Interesting countries facts
39 facts about Japan
The Land of Cherry Blossom
Japan is one of the safest countries in the world.
35 facts about New Zealand
47 facts about Cuba
El Caiman or El Cocodrilo
The statistical German consumes over 140 liters of beer a year.
33 facts about Singapore
The golden pearl of Asia
26 facts about Russia
A fascinating and mysterious land
New Zealand is home to the smallest species of dolphins, Hector’s dolphins.
23 facts about Germany
Deutschland, Deutschland über alles
33 facts about Turkey
A picturesque country of two continents
There are two major religions in Japan–Buddhism, and Shinto.
21 facts about Australia
A great desert surrounded by a green ring of life
The secret of the uniqueness of Cuban cigars lies above all in the ideal conditions for growing tobacco: 70% humidity and a correspondingly high temperature. Another important factor is the fertile red feralite soil, which is abundant in Cuba.
32 facts about Argentina
The homeland of tango
21 facts about England
God Save the Queen
Rum is the national drink of the Cuban people.
14 facts about Liechtenstein
A tiny alpine country
In 1978 Krakow was added to the World Heritage List UNESCO.
31 facts about Poland
The Republic of Poland
Polish forests cover almost 30% of the country.
51 facts about Croatia
Land of a thousand islands
The oldest organized sport in New Zealand is
23 facts about Bangladesh
One of the poorest countries in Asia
Croatia's biggest tourist attraction is the Adriatic coast with a length of 5835 km.