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An enclave is a distinct area or group enclosed or isolated within a larger one. It can also be a (part of a) country. The opposite, A part of a country that is isolated from the main part and is surrounded by foreign territory, is called an exclave.[1][2]

Vatican City, San Marino (within Italy) and Lesotho (within South Africa) are the only completely enclaved countries.