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  • Robust Electoral Process in Chile

    11th of June 2024 11:52:55 AM

    Chile is a steady democracy that has experienced a substantial expansion of political rights and civil liberties after the return of civilian rule in 1990. Enduring concerns include corruption and unrest related to land disputes with Indigenous Mapuche people. Electoral Process Presidential elections in Chile are known to be free…

  • Governance system in Bulgaria

    3rd of June 2024 12:29:26 PM

    Constitutional framework The National Assembly adopted a new constitution in July 1991 establishing a parliamentary government and promising direct presidential elections, separation of powers, and freedom of conscience, speech, press, and religion. New laws facilitated the return of the properties that had been impounded by the previous communist governments. Other…

  • Governance system in Germany post world war – II

    3rd of June 2024 05:13:58 AM

    The authority and structure of Germany’s government post world war - II had roots in the country’s constitution, the Grundgesetz (Basic Law), which came into force on May 23, 1949, after formal approval to the establishment of the Federal Republic (then known as West Germany) given by the military governments…

  • The role of the government in China

    30th of May 2024 11:57:00 AM

    China has been a socialist nation since 1949, and, for almost all of that time, the government has played a predominant role in the economy. In the industrial sector, for instance, the state for a long time owned outright almost all of the firms producing China’s manufacturing output. The proportion…

  • Italian Constitution of 1948

    29th of May 2024 05:40:38 AM

    The Italian state sprouted out of the kingdom of Sardinia-Piedmont. In 1848, king of Sardinia (Charles Albert) introduced a constitution. For next nearly 100 years this constitution remained the basic law of his kingdom and later of Italy. It provisioned a bicameral parliament with a cabinet appointed by the king.…

  • Governance in Japan

    27th of May 2024 10:09:20 AM

    Basic Structure of the Government of Japan Emperor, diet, cabinet and judiciary are important cogs of governance in Japan. Emperor is still the symbol of Japan. The National Diet, comprising of two houses - the House of Councilorsand the House of Representatives, is the sole law-making organ of the State…

  • Major political parties in France

    27th of May 2024 10:07:19 AM

    Political parties in France can be perplexing to an expat. This is because there are a glut of parties across the spectrum, and they often splinter or mutate into a new party, form alliances with each other, or at times just dissolve. This contrasts with nations such as the US…

  • Guide to Belgian politics

    2nd of May 2024 12:30:16 PM

    Politics in Belgium is complicated and biggest evidence of this fact is that the nation that holds the world record for time taken to form a government is Belgium. The basics Belgians will go to the ballots just in three months on June 9, 2024. They’ll vote for their regional…

  • Three levels of government in Australia

    27th of April 2024 01:45:23 AM

    Australia’s remarkably vibrant democracy has three levels of government. The three levels of government work collectively to provide citizens with the services they need. The three levels are: federal Parliament—makes laws for entire Australia 6 state and 2 mainland territory parliaments—make laws for their respective state or territory over 500…

  • Personal Autonomy and Individual Rights in Andorra

    29th of March 2024 09:43:58 AM

    Andorra is a parliamentary democracy and like any vibrant democracy any type of curtailment of personal autonomy and individual rights are out of question here. Individual rights and personal autonomy are respected in general. Do citizens enjoy freedom of movement, including the choice to change their place of residence, employment,…

  • Civil Liberties in Andorra

    27th of March 2024 12:05:18 PM

    Overview Andorra has a parliamentary system of governance and free and fair elections are held every four years. Civil liberties and political rights are commonly respected. The country has rigid naturalization criteria, and more than half of the populace consists of noncitizens who lack the right to vote. Abortion remains…

  • Early History of Cambodia till 9th Century

    21st of March 2024 09:43:06 AM

    The historical significance of Cambodia in mainland Southeast Asia is considerably disproportionate to its present-day reduced territory and limited political power. Much of the Indochinese mainland, including large chunks of present-day southern Vietnam, Laos, and eastern Thailand was part of the Khmer (Cambodian) state between the 11th and 13th centuries.…

  • Harun al-Rashid – Caliph of Baghdad, Iraq

    4th of March 2024 11:53:40 AM

    Harun al Rashid was one of the sons of al-Manṣūr (al-Mahdī, the third ʿAbbāsid caliph) and was the fifth caliph of the ʿAbbāsid dynasty (786–809). Ascending the throne as a youth of just twenty-two in the year 786, after al-Hādī (Harun al Rashid’s elder brother and fourth caliph of the…

  • The Abbasid Caliphate in Iraq

    29th of February 2024 10:11:59 AM

    When mawlā Abū Muslim raised black banners in the name of the Abbasids (a branch of the family of the Prophet, distantly related to ʿAlī and his descendants) in 747 AD in northeastern Iran (Khorāsān), opposition to the Umayyads finally came to a head. In 749 the armies from the…

  • The Arab conquest of Iraq and Umayyad domination

    8th of February 2024 12:22:57 PM

    Immediate resultant of the Muslim conquest was mass immigration of Arabs from eastern Arabia and Oman. Instead of dispersing and settling throughout the country these new arrivals established two new garrison cities, at Kūfah, close to ancient Babylon, and at Basra in the south. The purpose was that the Muslims…

  • The early Islamic period in Iraq post the Arabian conquest

    5th of January 2024 10:00:24 AM

    First major encounter between Arab and Sasanian forces took place in 634 AD and ended in Arabs being thoroughly routed. This conflict is called Battle of the Bridge or the Battle of al-Jisr. Abu Ubaid al-Thaqafi led Arab forces faced Bahman Jaduya led Persian Sasanian forces near present day Kufa.…

  • The emergence of Mesopotamian civilization of Iraq

    2nd of January 2024 11:31:00 AM

    Between around 10,000 BCE and the beginning of large permanent settlements, the following stages of development are discernable, some of which ostensibly run parallel: (1) the transformation to sedentary life, or the transition from habit of continual or seasonal change of abode, characteristic of the earliest cattle breeders and hunter-gatherers,…

  • Bronze Age Kazakhstan

    20th of December 2023 11:44:32 AM

    Archaeologists have recognised more than 100 Bronze Age sites dated to as early as second century B.C. Bronze age people of Kazakhstan practiced mining, the production of bronze wares and nomadic animal husbandry. The sites bared foundries where metals were fused and utilized to make tools, weapons and ornaments. According…

  • PREHISTORY OF KAZAKHSTAN

    12th of December 2023 11:57:13 AM

    Present-day Kazakhstan has been inhabited by humans since the earliest Stone Age, generally following the nomadic pastoralism for which the region's terrain and climate are best suited. Kazakhstan has been peopled for almost 1 million years according to some estimates. In 1958, archeologist H.A. Alpysbayev found Stone Age tools (choppers,…

  • History of Eswatini till the emergence of Swazi nation

    7th of December 2023 11:26:00 AM

    Early history of Eswatini The Swazi nation is a fairly recent political grouping; the main amalgamation of clans happened under Dlamini military hegemony around the middle of the 19th century. Nonetheless, the record of human settlement in what is now Eswatini stretches too far back into prehistory. The earliest stone…

  • Estonian history till German conquest

    2nd of December 2023 10:48:21 AM

    Humans have inhabited the region that is Estonia today since the end of the last glacial era, around 10,000 BC. The earliest traces of human inhabitation in Estonia are associated with Kunda culture flourishing in Mesolithic period. Pulli settlement is the oldest known settlement in Estonia. It was located on…

  • Early History of Iceland

    30th of November 2023 11:20:31 AM

    Settlement (c. 870–c. 930) Iceland lacks prehistory. As per the stories written down some 250 years post the event, credit for discovery and populating this country goes to Norse people who discovered it in the Viking Age. Íslendingabók (The Book of the Icelanders) is the oldest source written about 1130.…

  • Significance of “German-Albanian Palaeolithic” (GAP) programme in study of The Early Prehistory of Albania

    29th of November 2023 10:05:19 AM

    Palaeolithic research in Albania is still in its initial stages. Palaeolithic artefacts have been found but sporadically and incidentally. Need for more systematic research lead to establishment of a joint Albanian-German research project. The joint Albanian-German research project is just a continuation of previous archaeological work on the Palaeolithic in…

  • Ammonites of Jordan

    27th of November 2023 08:00:27 AM

    Ammonites were a people inhabiting east of the Jordan river. As per the Old Testament they were descendants of Ben-Ammi, son of Lot (the nephew of the patriarch Abraham). Being kin of Abraham, the Ammonites were not listed among the peoples to be driven out of Canaan by the Israelites.…

  • Gradual demise of Achaemenian Empire post the death of Xerxes I

    22nd of November 2023 09:33:35 AM

    The demise of Xerxes was a major turning point in Achaemenian history. Occasional flashes of intelligence and vigour by some of Xerxes’ successors were too scarce to avert eventual collapse but did let the empire to die a gradual death. The three kings who succeeded Xerxes on the throne one…

  • The rise of the Parthians in Iran

    20th of November 2023 09:33:09 AM

    Invasion of the Parni Arsaces, who was leading Parni (a member tribe of the Dahae confederation), must have commenced his struggle against the Seleucids from 247 BC, the year from which the Parthians dated their history. This does not essentially mean that Arsaces was crowned king in 247. Other Iranian…

  • The kingdom of the Medes in Iran

    17th of November 2023 11:12:13 AM

    According to Herodotus, one Deioces was the creator of the Median kingdom.  According to Herodotus, he ruled from 728 to 675 BC and established the Median capital Ecbatana (modern Hamadān). It has been attempted by many to associate Dāiukku, a local Zagros king mentioned in a cuneiform text as one…

  • Reign of Darius I in Iran

    16th of November 2023 11:18:35 AM

    Darius I, termed the Great, conveys in detail the story of the overthrow of the false Bardiya and of the first year of his own reign in his famed royal inscription cut on a rock face at the base of Mount Bīsotūn, just a few miles east of modern Kermānshāh.…

  • The rise of the Persians in Iran under Cyrus II

    15th of November 2023 08:45:05 AM

    Cyrus II undoubtedly warranted his later title, Cyrus the Great. He must have been an extraordinary personality, and certainly he was an outstanding king. He united under his authority many Persian and Iranian groups who seemingly had not been under his father Cambyses I’s control. He then started diplomatic exchanges…

  • The Elamites of Iran

    14th of November 2023 11:55:54 AM

    While the Iranian plateau did not experience any rise of urban, literate civilization in the later 4th and early 3rd millennia on the Mesopotamian model, lowland Khūzestān did. Elamite civilization was centred in lowland Khūzestān. Geographically, Elam encompassed more than Khūzestān; it was a combination of the lowlands and the…

  • Early history of Iran

    10th of November 2023 11:40:35 AM

    Ancient Iran, also recognised as Persia, is historic region of southwestern Asia that is only vaguely coterminous with modern Iran. The term Persia was used in the West chiefly for centuries, to label those regions where Persian language and culture prevailed, but it more fittingly refers to a region of…

  • Belize – Heart of the Maya

    7th of November 2023 12:12:35 PM

    Belize has highest concentration of Maya sites among all Central American countries and quite fairly is often referred to as the "Heart of the Maya". To truly appreciate the exquisiteness of the Maya sites, you need to appreciate the beauty of the culture of the Maya people. Belize's ancient history…

  • History of Holy See

    2nd of November 2023 08:05:56 AM

    It is not right to use the term Holy See interchangeably with the Vatican because as a spiritual authority the Holy See predates both Vatican City and the Vatican Palace; as per the traditions it began in early Christian era with the primacy of St. Peter, who is regarded by…

  • Chile at the time of Spanish conquest and immediately after

    31st of October 2023 07:45:59 AM

    At least 500,000 Indians inhabited the region that is Chile today, at the time of the Spanish conquest in the mid-16th century. Almost all of the tribes scattered around Chile were related in race and language, but still they lacked any central governmental organization. The inhabitants of northern Chile subsisted…

  • History of Honduras (from arrival of Spanish to 1838 declaration of absolute independence)

    26th of October 2023 11:43:42 AM

    Early history At the time of arrival of Spanish colonizers, the land of Honduras was occupied by a range of indigenous peoples, the most advanced being the Maya. Gold catalysed the Spanish conquest of the area early in the 16th century. In 1544, Gracias, the Honduran gold-mining town, became the…

  • History of Bahamas till the arrival of Columbus

    23rd of October 2023 11:16:03 AM

    The earliest entry of people in the islands now called The Bahamas was in the first millennium AD. The earliest inhabitants of the islands were the Lucayans (an Arawakan language-speaking Taino people), who arrived between about 500 and 800 AD from other Caribbean islands. Recorded history started when Christopher Columbus…

  • History of El Salvador till Spanish Conquest in 1528

    17th of October 2023 10:57:10 AM

    El Salvador is located in Central America and presence of humans in El Salvador is as ancient as in Central America. Humans first passed through El Salvador between 10,000 and 12,000 years ago while migrating from North America. The oldest mark of humans in El Salvador are cave paintings in…

  • History of Argentina

    12th of October 2023 12:24:33 PM

    The population of the region now called Argentina may have totalled 300,000 prior to the arrival of the Europeans. Some of the Indigenous peoples were nomadic hunters and fishers, such as those in the Chaco, the Querandí and Puelche (Guennakin) of the Pampas and the Tehuelche of Patagonia, but others,…

  • History of Israel

    9th of October 2023 07:52:47 AM

    Early history of Israel Dominant part of what scholars know about ancient history of Israel comes from the Hebrew Bible. According to the text, Israel’s origins hinges back to Abraham, who has got wide acceptance as the father of both Islam (through his son Ishmael) and Judaism (through his son…

  • Ancient Egyptian Temples

    5th of October 2023 09:41:45 AM

    Two principal kinds of ancient Egyptian temples can be distinguished—cult temples and mortuary or funerary temples. The former housed the images of deities, the recipients of the deity cult; the latter were the monuments for the funerary cults of dead kings. Cult Temples It is largely accepted fact that the Egyptian cult temples…

  • Is Bulgaria home to Europe’s ‘oldest town’?

    4th of October 2023 06:44:15 AM

    A prehistoric town uncovered in eastern Bulgaria is the oldest urban settlement found to date in Europe, claimed a Bulgarian archaeologist Vasil Nikolov. Vasil Nikolov (a professor from Bulgaria’s National Institute of Archaeology) stated that the stone walls unearthed by his team in proximity to the town of Provadia date…

  • Archaeologists discover Cave art dating back 24,000 years in Spain

    28th of September 2023 06:21:34 AM

    Team of archaeologists have made a major discovery of Palaeolithic cave art in "Cueva Dones" or "Cova Dones", a cave site near Valencia in Spain. "When we saw the first painted auroch [extinct wild bull], we immediately acknowledged it was important. Although Spain is the country with the largest number…

  • Who were Franks?

    27th of September 2023 10:23:49 AM

    Franks were Germanic-speaking people who attacked the Western Roman Empire in the 5th century. Controlling present-day northern France, Belgium, and western Germany, the Franks established the most dominant Christian kingdom of early medieval western Europe. France owes its name to franks. The Franks appeared in recorded history in the 3rd…

  • Welsh people are perhaps most ancient in UK, DNA suggests

    23rd of September 2023 06:51:42 AM

    According to scientists who have drawn up a genetic map of the British Isles, Welsh people can demand recognition as the most ancient Britons. Research suggests the Welsh are distinct genetically from the inhabitants of rest of the mainland Britain. Oxford professor Peter Donnelly has stated that the Welsh carry…

  • A brief introduction of the Vikings of Scandinavia

    21st of September 2023 09:28:59 AM

    Vikings were natives of Scandinavia without any doubt. Scandinavia is a subregion of Northern Europe that comprises of Denmark, Norway and Sweden. During Viking age (800 AD-1050 AD) modern Scandinavian countries Denmark, Norway and Sweden didn’t exist but homeland of Vikings was anyways in the territory of these Scandinavian countries…

  • Prehistorical and medieval Georgia

    18th of September 2023 12:15:47 PM

    Archaeological findings facilitate the tracing of the origins of human habitation on the territory of modern Georgia back to the early Paleolithic and Neolithic periods. Quite a few Neolithic sites have been excavated in South Ossetia, and in the Kolkhida Lowland, in the Khrami River valley in central Georgia. These regions were…

  • Prehistorical France (between 43000 BC – 701 BC)

    12th of September 2023 12:16:28 PM

    Stone tools point to presence of early humans in France at least 1.57 million years ago. Simple stone tools found at Grotte du Vallonnet near Menton date back to 1 million to 1.05 million years BC. Cave sites were extensively exploited for habitation, but Palaeolithic era hunter-gatherers also possibly built…

  • Early history of Italy (Till Second Punic War)

    8th of September 2023 09:30:05 AM

    Way back around 700 BC historical era started Italy. Italy was already inhabited at that time by peoples from different cultures speaking different languages. Majority of natives of the country lived in villages or small towns, were dependent on agriculture or animal husbandry for livelihood (Italia means “Calf Land”), and conversed in an Italic dialect belonging to…

  • Pre-Columbian Bolivia

    4th of September 2023 05:31:45 AM

    The Bolivian highlands, permanently settled at least for 21,000 years, were part and parcel of the culture of Andean South America prior to the arrival of the Spaniards. The records through fragmentary suggest that agriculture started by 3000 B.C. and metal production, especially copper, began 1,500 years later. By 600…

  • History of Fiji till independence (October 10, 1970)

    29th of August 2023 10:34:47 AM

    When Fiji’s very first settlers arrived from the islands of Melanesia at least 3,500 years ago, they brought with them a wide range of food plants, the pig, and a distinct style of pottery known as Lapita ware. That pottery is usually associated with peoples who had well-developed navigation and canoe building skills and were horticulturists. From Fiji…

  • Wholesale gas prices in Europe have dropped after a planned strike at Australia’s largest liquefied natural gas plant looked to have been averted.

    26th of August 2023 07:10:38 AM

    The walkout at Woodside Energy's North West Shelf plant had become a very potent threat for undisrupted global LNG supplies, driving up gas prices sharply. But on Thursday the firm reached an agreement with the unions. This development will hopefully halt the strike. Benchmark EU and UK gas prices have…

  • Prehistory and early history of Afghanistan

    24th of August 2023 11:18:53 AM

    Prehistory Paleolithic (Old Stone Age) peoples possibly roamed Afghanistan as early as 100,000 years ago. The earliest definitive evidence of human occupation was found in the cave of Darra-i-Kur in Badakhshān. Transitional Neanderthal skull fragment dating back to about 30000 years ago from middle paleolithic period was discovered along with Mousterian-type tools. Evidence…

  • Prehistoric Japan

    21st of August 2023 07:18:52 AM

    Pre-Ceramic culture It is unknown when really humans first settled on the Japanese archipelago. Belief that there was no Paleolithic occupation in Japan survived for very long, but since World War II thousands of sites have been discovered across the country, yielding a wide range of Paleolithic tools, both core tools and flake…

  • Prehistory and early history of Indonesia

    16th of August 2023 08:30:09 AM

    Remains of Homo erectus originally called Java man or Pithecanthropus indicate that the ancestors of humans were very much present on the island of Java roughly 1.7 million years ago, when much of the western archipelago was still connected by land bridges. Fast post-glacial rise in sea level some 6,000…

  • Indigenous people of Canada

    7th of August 2023 12:38:24 PM

    Exact dates and routes of peopling of Americas including Canada is subject of instance debate. Genetic and archaeological evidence indicate that continents where humans migrated last are without doubt north and South America. Falling sea levels during Wisconsin glaciation allowed people to cross Bering land bridge to reach northwest North…

  • History of Greece till Roman conquest in 146 BC

    3rd of August 2023 12:30:13 PM

    Greece is famous as birthplace of democracy and cradle of western civilization. Today it is a parliamentary democracy but till 1974 it was being ruled by right-wing military dictatorship known as Greek junta or regime of the colonels. It is a developed country just like most other European countries. It…

  • Japan’s surprise trade surplus comes accompanied with caveats for growth

    1st of August 2023 05:10:48 AM

    Japan’s balance of trade most unexpectedly swung to its first surplus since July 2021, an upshot that should certainly aid in easing pressure on the economy’s recovery, although risks still remain for the growth outlook. The trade surplus reached 43 billion yen ($308 million), the finance ministry informed on Thursday.…

  • History of Belgium

    28th of July 2023 11:24:23 AM

    Belgium today is a democracy like most other European countries but it has experienced a roller coaster ride of sorts before getting to the present state, its history has been quite tumultuous. Belgium boasts of a rich prehistory too. Prehistory of Belgium can simply not be studied in isolation as…

  • History of Antigua and Barbuda

    26th of July 2023 12:15:21 PM

    Antigua and Barbuda is regarded as a three island nation. Three islands of the Caribbean Sea - Antigua, Barbuda and Redonda, make up the nation of Antigua and Barbuda. Columbus landed in Antigua in 1493 AD in the course of his second voyage to West Indies but that doesn’t mean…

  • History of Iran

    24th of July 2023 05:01:44 AM

    Iran is among the oldest nations in the world, with a long history dating back tens of thousands of years. Archaeological findings from Iran date back to 100000 years (Palaeolithic era). Early cities had come up by 5000 BC and sophisticated agriculture had also started by then. Susa, Iran’s first…

  • History of Brazil

    21st of July 2023 10:55:00 AM

    Brazil was "discovered" officially in 1500, when Pedro Álvares Cabral commanded fleet, on its way to India, landed in Porto Seguro, between Salvador and Rio de Janeiro. Pedro Álvares Cabral was a Portuguese diplomat and quite surprisingly it is believed that some adventurers from his own country landed in Brazil…

  • Italian cuisine

    20th of July 2023 07:32:23 AM

    Italy has earned pride of place amongst nations famous for their rich cuisine. Italian cuisine has reached every nook and corner of the planet transcending borders. It has left behind all major and minor international cuisines in the race for supremacy. Situation is such that it is hard to find…

  • How significant is shaking off recession by Germany?

    13th of July 2023 09:36:03 AM

    Threat of recession in 2023 was lurking and then came the news that Germany is showing signs of shaking off recession. This is not an insignificant development because Germany is the largest economy in Europe. In May 2023 factory orders in Germany rebounded. This is telltale sign that Germany has…

  • New timber parks vital for fighting illegal logging in Congo

    7th of July 2023 11:53:26 AM

    The Democratic Republic of Congo joined East African Community in 2022. This will provide the country, which has colossal natural wealth, a huge market in adjoining countries and direct access to new roads, railways and ports — and therefore prospective global trade. https://www.worldcountriesforkids.com/new-timber-parks-vital-for-fighting-illegal-logging-in-congo/ But as expansion of east African road…

  • History of Egypt

    4th of July 2023 12:33:52 PM

    Ancient Egypt was the distinguished civilization in the Mediterranean world for almost 3000 years —from its unification around 3100 B.C. to its defeat at the hands of Alexander the Great in 332 B.C. From the splendid Old Kingdom pyramids to the New Kingdom military conquests, Egypt’s splendour has long fascinated…

  • Resilient Australian dollar (AUD)

    30th of June 2023 10:37:38 AM

    Why AUD is holding its own in today’s volatile times? When forecasting exchange rates movements, like for the AUD, just getting the direction right can be celebrated. Predicting shorter-term movements, say over the next month or two, can be even more challenging. https://www.worldcountriesforkids.com/resilient-australian-dollar-aud You need to take into account the…

  • Chinese cuisine

    29th of June 2023 09:25:28 AM

    China has earned pride of place among countries renowned for their rich cuisine. Chinese cuisine has transcended borders to reach every nook and corner of the world. It has left behind almost all international cuisines in the race for supremacy. Scenario is such that it is difficult to find a…

  • Czech Republic – Culture

    9th of June 2023 05:13:09 AM

    The Czech Republic is situated in the center of Europe, and surrounding countries have been a major influence on Czech culture. Visual art, architecture, and music are all important parts of Czech culture. Holidays, folklore, and tradition are also crucial aspects of the country's culture. Czech people are friendly and…

  • Czech Republic – Sports

    8th of June 2023 10:08:17 AM

    The most popular sport in the Czech Republic is ice hockey. Their national ice hockey team is one of the best in the world, regularly competing in the World Championships and the Euro Hockey Tour. Other sports that are popular in the Czech Republic include volleyball, basketball, football, skiing, and…

  • Czech Republic – Cuisine

    8th of June 2023 09:52:57 AM

    Czech cuisine draws influences from surrounding countries, especially Germany. Meat is very common in the Czech Republic, along with various sauces, soups, and dumplings. Lunch is the main meal in Czechia, which usually consists of three courses. The national dish of the Czech Republic is Vepro Knedlo Zelo, which is…

  • Czech Republic – Climate

    6th of June 2023 05:40:57 AM

    The Czech Republic is situated between the oceanic and continental climate types and therefore has a transitional climate. The country has warm summers and cold and snowy winters--when the temperature is often below freezing.   https://www.worldcountriesforkids.com/czech-republic/

  • Czech Republic – Geography

    6th of June 2023 05:28:12 AM

    The Czech Republic is a landlocked country located in Central Europe. It is bordered by Poland, Germany, Slovakia, and Austria. The country s almost entirely surrounded by mountains, and the interior consists of low hills and plateaus. World Land Mass Ranking: 118TH Highest Mountain: Snezka, 1603.3 m (5,260 ft) Longest…

  • Czech Republic -National Flag

    5th of June 2023 07:43:00 AM

    The Czech Republic was first inhabited by the Celts, who gave it the Latin name of Bohemia. In about 100 AD, the Germanic Marcomanni people conquered the area. The Czech Republic kept the design of the Czechoslovakian flag. It consists of a white stripe, a red stripe, and a blue…

  • Cyprus – Culture

    5th of June 2023 06:46:49 AM

    The Culture of Cyprus is divided between the southern Greek and the northern Turkish sections of the country. Turkish Cypriots maintain their own Turkish and Islamic culture, while the Greek Cypriots speak a dialect of Greek the keep traditions from Greece. Both groups share a love of good hospitality and…

  • Cyprus – Sports

    26th of May 2023 10:27:15 AM

    The most popular sport in Cyprus is football, which was introduced to the island in the early 20th century by the British. Other common sports in Cyprus include golf, horseback riding, cycling, and tennis. Other sports that are popular in Cyprus have to do with the island's geography and climate.…

  • Cyprus – Cuisine

    3rd of May 2023 07:31:54 AM

    Cypriot Cuisine has Greek, Turkish, and Italian Influences. The Island's Mediterranean climate provides ideal growing conditions for a wide variety of fruits and vegetables, including green peppers, zucchini, grapes, nectarines, pears, and much more. Spices and herbs are often used in Cyprotic dishes, especially parsley, pepper, oregano, thyme, and coriander.…

  • Cyprus – Climate

    27th of April 2023 11:53:45 AM

    Cyprus has a Mediterranean climate. It has long, warm, and dry summers. Winters are generally mild, with some rain between December and February. The Troodos Mountains are the only place in Cyprus that receives snow. https://www.worldcountriesforkids.com/cyprus/

  • Cyprus – Geography

    24th of April 2023 09:40:53 AM

    Cyprus is an Island nation located south of Turkey in the Mediterranean Sea. Cyprus has two mountainous regions, the Kyrenia Mountains and the Troodos Mountains. The Island also has plains, forests, and a beautiful coastline. World Land Mass Ranking: 168th Highest Mountain: Mount Olympus, 1,951 m (6,404 ft) Longest River…

  • Cyprus – National Flag

    21st of April 2023 07:06:00 AM

    Due to its location at the crossroads of Europe, Asia, and Africa, Cyprus was a part of many different ancient civilizations. From around 800 BC to 330 AD, Cyprus was ruled by the Assyrian, Persian, and Roman Empires. The National flag of Cyprus came into use on August 16th, 1960.…

  • Croatia – Culture

    19th of April 2023 11:12:19 AM

    The culture of Croatia has been influenced over time by the diverse history of the area. Croats show a strong sense of national pride after centuries of conflict. The literary tradition of Croatia dates back to about 1100, and since then, novels and poetry have been an essential part of…

  • Croatia – Sports

    17th of April 2023 07:28:26 AM

    Despite being a small country, sport is very important to Croatian culture. The most popular sport in Croatia is football, which is played and enjoyed by all age groups. Other sports popular in Croatia include handball, water polo, and basketball. In the Croatian interior, ice hockey and alpine skiing are…

  • Croatia – Cuisine

    14th of April 2023 06:03:28 AM

    Croatian food is varied and complex due to its many influences throughout history. The Cuisine of Croatia has Italian, Austrian, Hungarian, and Turkish influences. Common ingredients used in Croatian dishes include pasta, seafood, herbs and spices, and vegetables. The cuisine also varies by region. Black Risotto is a famous Croatian…

  • Croatia – Climate

    13th of April 2023 05:34:01 AM

    Croatia is divided into two main climate regions - Mediterranian and Continental. The coast is hot, dry, and sunny during the summer and wet and mild during the winter. In the interior of Croatia, winters can be pretty cold and snowy, and summers are usually hot.   https://www.worldcountriesforkids.com/croatia/

  • Croatia – Geography

    12th of April 2023 05:14:47 AM

    Croatia is located in the northwestern part of the Balkan Peninsula. It is bordered by Bosnia and Herzegovina and Serbia in the east, Slovenia in the west, Hungary in the north, and Montenegro and the Adriatic Sea in the south. The land is geographically diverse, with low mountains and highlands,…

  • Croatia – National Flag

    7th of April 2023 06:46:57 AM

    Not much is known about the earliest inhabitants of Croatia, except that they farmed with stone tools. In 1000 BC, the area was settled by Illyrian Tribes. The National flag of Croatia consists of three vertical stripes of red, white, and blue, with the Croatian coat of arms in the…

  • Bosnia and Herzegovina – Culture

    6th of April 2023 07:58:10 AM

    The culture of Bosnia and Herzegovina is diverse and had been influenced by different groups throughout the years. Architecture is a key part of the Bosnia and Herzegovina Culture. It is Influenced by different periods, including the Medieval, Ottoman, and Austro- Hungarian periods. A stunning example of architecture from these…

  • Bosnia and Herzegovina – Sports

    5th of April 2023 05:44:41 AM

    The biggest sort-related event for Bosnia and Herzegovina was hosting the 1984 Olympics. They have also participated in the Olympic games, both summer and winter, since 1992. The most popular sport in the country is football, which increased in popularity after World War II. The second most popular sport in…

  • Bosnia and Herzegovina – Climate

    3rd of April 2023 06:25:37 AM

    The climate of Bosnia and Herzegovina varies from area to area. Along the small stretch of the Adriatic sea, the climate is considered to be Mediterranean. In the hilly and mountainous regions of the country, it is quite cold, windy, and cloudy. The northern plains have a continental climate, with…

  • Bosnia and Herzegovina – Geography

    31st of March 2023 05:12:57 AM

    Bosnia and Herzegovina is located in southeast Europe. Its borders are Croatia, Serbia, and Montenegro. It is also bordered by the Adriatic sea to the southwest, along a narrow extension of the country. Bosnia and Herzegovina is a mountainous country, with the Dinaric alps being a major part of the…

  • Bosnia and Herzegovina – National Flag

    30th of March 2023 06:59:52 AM

    The area that is now Bosnia and Herzegovina used to be a part of the Roman Empire. The flag of Bosnia and Herzegovina consists of a blue background, a large yellow triangle, and nine diagonal stars. These stars represent Europe, and to imply that these stars are infinite, the top…

  • Bulgaria – Culture

    29th of March 2023 05:55:59 AM

    The culture of Bulgaria is very diverse, especially since it was ruled by so many different groups throughout history. Bulgarian culture is a blend of Thracian, Slavic, and Bulgar traditions. Ancient's customs, including Thracian fire dancing, are still practiced in Bulgaria. Music has been prevalent in Bulgarian culture since the…

  • Bulgaria – Sports

    27th of March 2023 10:18:34 AM

    Like many other countries, the most popular sport in Bulgaria is football (soccer). Skiing is also a popular sport in Bulgaria, due to the beautiful mountainous areas that provide the right skiing conditions. Traditionally, sports like wrestling and rhythmic gymnastics were common in Bulgaria, but other sports become more established…

  • Bulgaria – Cuisine

    25th of March 2023 06:33:43 AM

    Bulgarian Cuisine has Mediterranean, Middle Eastern, and Balkan influences. Due to the diverse landscape of Bulgaria, many different varieties of vegetables, fruits, and herbs are common. Main courses are often stews or soups, and salads are usually served as appetizers. Grilling meat, especially sausages, is very popular in Bulgaria. Various…

  • Bulgaria – Climate

    25th of March 2023 06:21:16 AM

    The climate of Brazil varies from region to region. It is hot and dry in thein the arid interior, and more humid and sticky in the tropical rainforests. The temperatures in Brazil rarely go below 68 degrees Fahrenheit. Southern Brazil experiences four seasons, but most of Brazil only has two:…

  • Bulgaria – Geography

    24th of March 2023 11:53:04 AM

    Bulgaria is part of the Balkan Peninsula and is situated in South-East Europe. Its borders are Romania to the north, The Black Sea to the east, Turkey and Greece to the south, North Macedonia to the southwest, and Serbia to the West. Bulgaria has a diverse landscape, with plains, plateaus,…

  • Bulgaria – Flag

    22nd of March 2023 11:58:37 AM

    The first group of people to leave lasting traces in Bulgaria were the Thracians. They were a tribal society and were skilled horsemen, farmers, and artisans. Thracians generally lived in fortified villages on hilltops, avoiding urban life. The Bulgarian flag is a tricolor with white, green, and red. The white…

  • Belgium – Sports

    15th of March 2023 05:57:09 AM

    Sports are an important part of life in Belgium, and there are around 28,000 sports clubs in the country. Like many other places, the biggest and most popular sport in Belgium is Football. Cycling is an important Belgian sport, and some of the greatest cycling races take place there. Eddy…

  • Belgium – Cuisine

    9th of March 2023 12:13:02 PM

    The cuisine of Belgium is influenced by neighboring countries including the Netherlands and France. There are three Belgium foods that are widely known and acclaimed: fries, waffles, and chocolates. Belgium fries are fried twice, giving them a special texture. They are also usually served with mayonnaise, not ketchup. Liege Waffles,…

  • Belgium – Climate

    2nd of March 2023 09:56:47 AM

    The climate of Belgium is Influenced by the North Sea and the Atlantic Ocean, giving it a temperate maritime climate. Winters are mild and summers are cool and rainy. Fog and drizzle are common, and the rainiest months are usually April and November. https://www.worldcountriesforkids.com/belgium/

  • Belgium – Geography

    25th of February 2023 09:52:47 AM

    Belgium is located in Western Europe, bordering the North Sea. There are three main geographical regions in Belgium: the coastal plain, the central plateau, and the Ardennes uplands. The countries that border Belgium is Belgium's borders are the Netherlands to the north, Germany and Luxembourg to the east, and France…

  • Belgium – National Flag

    24th of February 2023 06:39:00 AM

    The first settlers of Belgium were the Celtic tribe of Belgae. They lived in the area of Belgium until they were conquered by Roman Empire in 100 BC. For the next 300 years, Belgium was a productive part of the Roman Empire. The flag of Belgium is a tricolor with…

  • Belarus – Culture

    13th of February 2023 10:56:26 AM

    The Culture of Belarus has developed from several different factors. The physical environment, the early background of Belarusians, the surrounding countries, and the different religions have all been significant in the development. Music festivals are very popular in Belarus, where a wide variety of music styles can be heard. The…

  • Belarus – Sports

    8th of February 2023 05:55:34 AM

    Sport is very important in Belarus, and Belarians have been participating in International competitions and the Olympics since the early 1950s. There are over 23,000 sports facilities open to the general public (swimming pools, gyms, stadiums, etc.) as well as many world-class sports facilities for professional athletes. The most popular…

  • Belarus – Cuisine

    6th of February 2023 05:53:10 AM

    The cuisine of Belarus is similar to that of other eastern, central, and northeastern European countries. Fresh local produce is also common in Belarusian Cuisine. https://www.worldcountriesforkids.com/belarus/

  • Belarus – Climate

    3rd of February 2023 10:12:03 AM

    Belarus has a temperate-continental Climate. The winters are long and cold, and summers are quite warm. There are also two short intermediate seasons (spring and autumn). Belarus has an annual rainfall of 600-700 mm, and 70% of the rain falls from April to October.   https://www.worldcountriesforkids.com/belarus/

  • Belarus – Geography

    31st of January 2023 06:13:59 AM

    Belarus is a landlocked and generally flat country. Its neighbors are Russia to the east and northeast, Latvia to the north, Lithuania to the northwest, Poland to the west, and Ukraine to the south. Belarus is heavily forested, over one-third of the country is forested. An important part of Belarus'…

  • Belarus – National Flag

    25th of January 2023 05:34:25 AM

    The flag of Belarus is red and green with a decorative red-white pattern on the left side. https://www.worldcountriesforkids.com/belarus/

  • Azerbaijan – Culture

    20th of January 2023 05:48:44 AM

    The culture in Azerbaijan is influenced by Iranian, Turkic, Caucasian, and Russian Influences. Dance, folk art, literature, and music are all important parts of Azerbaijan culture. The country was one of the first to be involved in cinematography, the film industry dating back to 1898. Carpet weaving is also an…

  • Azerbaijan – Sports

    18th of January 2023 05:37:31 AM

    Freestyle wrestling has often been regarded as the national sport of Azerbaijan. Although wrestling is a historically important sport in Azerbaijan, the most popular sports are actually football and chess. Water sports are popular in areas next to the Caspian sea. Many other sports are also popular, such as judo,…

  • Azerbaijan – National Flag

    12th of January 2023 06:34:00 AM

    Azerbaijan is a country in the Caucasus region of Eurasia - the area between the Black Sea and the Caspian sea. Its capital is Baku which borders the Caspian Sea. The national flag of Azerbaijan has three equally sized stripes, one blue, one red, and one green. It has a…

  • Austria – Culture

    6th of January 2023 07:06:17 AM

    Being a landlocked country, Austria's culture is greatly influenced by its neighbors. One major part of Austrian culture is music. Vienna has long been considered the music capital of Europe and is home to world-class music schools. Many famous composers, including Johan Strauss, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, and Joseph Haydn all…

  • Austria – Sports

    5th of January 2023 08:09:14 AM

    Due to the mountainous and cold climate of Austria, winter sports such as alpine skiing, ice hockey, and snowboarding are very popular. The excellent conditions for these winter sports are one of the reasons that many tourists visit Austria. Austrian teams have won numerous awards and titles in alpine skiing…

  • Austria – Cuisine

    28th of December 2022 09:38:13 AM

    Many different cultures have contributed to Austria's cuisine. Breakfast is considered an important meal in Austria. Bread rolls with either jam or cold cuts of ham or veal are a popular breakfast. That would be paired with coffee. boiled eggs, cakes, pastries, and orange juice. The most common meals in…

  • Austria – Climate

    27th of December 2022 07:14:11 AM

    Austria has a temperate and alpine climate. Temperatures are warm in the summer, and winters are cool with temperatures regularly dropping below zero. The country does have four distinct seasons, but for the majority of the year, Austria is cold and wet. This makes it ideal for winter sports and…

  • Austria – Geography

    22nd of December 2022 06:08:28 AM

    Austria is a landlocked country located in the southern part of Central Europe. It borders the Czech Republic, Germany, Hungary, Italy, Liechtenstein, Slovakia, Slovenia, and Switzerland. The majority of Austria is a mountainous and forested country. The northeastern part of Austria contains lowlands. These lowlands have most of the country's…

  • Austria – National Flag

    13th of December 2022 09:58:31 AM

    The Republic of Austria is a country in Central Europe, located on the east side of the Alps. Humans have lived in the area now known as Austria as far back as the Stone Age. The name Austria has been used since 996 AD. It was ruled by the House…

  • Andorra – Culture

    12th of December 2022 08:52:07 AM

    The culture of Andorra and its people are ingrained in the cultures of its bordering countries that are Spain and France. Andorra’s main cultural influence is Catalan. Catalonia is a region currently in Spain that also borders Andorra. The culture has its own specific take on Catalonian culture. The food…

  • Andorra – Sports

    10th of December 2022 07:06:00 AM

    Andorra being a very mountainous country is famous for its participation in winter sports and is a regular participant in the winter Olympics. There are also several other sports that are played in Andorra such as Basketball, Football, also known as Soccer, and Rugby. Rugby is one of the more…

  • Andorra – Cuisine

    6th of December 2022 05:45:27 AM

    Escudella is said to be the national and main dish of Andorra. This Catalonia dish is a stew or a soup that is made up of meat and vegetables. The dish consists of a spicy soup, with the meat ground into a meatball. The vegetables in the soup are usually…

  • Andorra – Climate

    5th of December 2022 05:31:34 AM

    Andorra has a mixture of climates, such as continental and alpine. The country's elevation brings more snow in the winter and cools to warm summers. Spring and Autumn bring average temperatures and do not tend to vary much. Average Winter Temp: 2.5 degrees (36.5F) Average Summer Temp: 25 degrees (77F)…

  • Andorra – Geography

    30th of November 2022 05:45:54 AM

    One of the smallest countries in Europe and in the entire world, Andorra is sandwiched right on the border between Spain and France, right in the Pyrenees mountains. The country is very mountainous based on where it's situated, with the capital city wedged between a valley of a mountain in…

  • Albania – Culture

    28th of November 2022 05:54:14 AM

    Albanian culture is related to the main languages. Tosk and Gheg. The Tosk group to the south, with the Gheg to the north. Albania is home to many different religions. All religions. All religions are celebrated and embraced by the Albanian people. The eagle is the national symbol of Albania…

  • Albania – Sports

    26th of November 2022 08:06:52 AM

    Soccer and weightlifting are the most popular posts in Albania. Albania represents in each Olympics that takes place every four years, although as of the last Olympics in 2016, Albania is yet to win a medal.

  • Albania – Climate

    18th of November 2022 05:29:40 AM

    Seasons, Spring, Summer, Autumn, Winter. Cold to the north and hot to the south in general depending on the season. Defined by 5 major climate types, Temperatures in the summer can reach mid-20 degrees C. (77degrees F) Winters drop in the-1 degrees C region. (30 degrees F) https://www.worldcountriesforkids.com/albania/

  • Albania – Geography

    15th of November 2022 10:06:15 AM

    Albania is a small country in the southeast of Europe. Beautiful snow-capped mountains of the Albanian Alps, along with a beautiful coast on both the Adriatic and Ionian Seas, that flow into the Mediterranean Sea. Albania borders the countries of Montenegro, Kosovo, North Macedonia, and Greece. World Land Mass Ranking.…

  • ALBANIA – National Flag

    14th of November 2022 11:44:27 AM

    Officially called the Republic of Albania, the country's early history dates to over 50,000 years, where traces of villages with people have been found through fossilized bones. In the middle ages, Albania was part of the Roman Empire. The national flag of Albania has a red background with a double-headed…

  • The Dominican-Republic- Sports

    10th of November 2022 05:39:03 AM

    The most popular sport in The Dominican Republic is baseball, which was introduced to the country in 1866. Many Dominican baseball players have gone on to play on USA Major League Teams. Other sports that are popular in The Dominican Republic include volleyball, football (soccer), and boxing. The Dominican Republic…

  • The Dominican Republic – Cuisine

    7th of November 2022 10:10:10 AM

    Due to The Dominican Republic's rich history, Dominican cuisine has African, Spanish, Middle Eastern, and Taino influences. Fresh fruits, beef, pork, and flavorful spices are all staples of Dominican cuisine. Perhaps the most popular dish in The Dominican Republic is La Bandera, which is a dish made up of rice,…

  • The Dominican Republic – Climate

    4th of November 2022 06:20:47 AM

    The Dominican Republic has a tropical climate, with high temperatures year-round. It has a hot and muggy season from May to October and a cooler season from December to March. November and April are Intermediate months. https://www.worldcountriesforkids.com/the-dominican-republic/

  • The Dominican Republic – Geography

    3rd of November 2022 06:36:47 AM

    The Dominican Republic is located in the West Indies, on the eastern side of the island of Hispaniola. The physical geography of The Dominican Republic is very diverse. The country has mountains, white sand beaches, evergreen forests, and deserted areas. World Land Mass Ranking: 131st Highest Mountain: Pico Duarte, 3098…

  • The Dominican Republic – National Flag

    2nd of November 2022 11:45:43 AM

    The Dominican Republic is a part of the Island of Hispaniola. It was originally inhabited by the Arawak people. On December 6, 1492, Christopher Columbus Landed on the northwestern part of the Island and claimed it for Spain. The flag of the Dominican Republic has a white cross dividing four…

  • El-Salvador – Culture

    1st of November 2022 10:15:20 AM

    Salvadorian culture is influenced by Native American culture as well as Latin American culture. The country has a rich history of folk tales and legends, but written literature didn't develop until during the Spanish colonial rule. Visual arts, including ceramics, textiles, and painting, are important to Salvadorian heritage and culture.…

  • El- Salvador – Sports

    31st of October 2022 11:22:28 AM

    The most popular sport in El Salvador is football (soccer). El-Salvador is home to the largest football stadium in Central America, the Estadio Cuscatlan. The Salvadorian football team qualified for the FIFA World cup in 1970 and 1982. Other popular sports in El Salvador are basketball, boxing, beach soccer, and…

  • El-Salvador – Cuisine

    29th of October 2022 09:57:25 AM

    The cuisine of El-Salvador is a mix of Native American food from indigenous groups. Some of the most common foods are corn, pork, and seafood. The national dish of El-Salvador is the pupusa, which is a thick griddle cake made with cornmeal or rice flour and filled with beans, cheese,…

  • El Salvador – Climate

    28th of October 2022 11:46:20 AM

    El Salvador has a tropical climate with pronounced wet and dry seasons. The wet season is warm, oppressive, and overcast, and the dry season is hot and humid. Coastal areas in El Salvador usually stay warm year-round, but the mountainous areas stay cool.

  • El salvador – Geography

    27th of October 2022 05:16:29 AM

    El Salvador is the smallest country in Central America. It borders Honduras to the north and east, Guatemala to the northwest, and the Pacific Oceans to the south. El Salvador is a very mountainous country, and the Coastal Range and the Sierra Madres cross the country from east to west.…

  • El-salvador – National Flag

    20th of October 2022 12:09:39 PM

    The Salvadorian flag was adopted on May 27, 1912. It is a triband of blue and white, with the national coat of arms featured in the center. The blue stripes on the flag represent the ocean and the sky, and the white stripe symbolizes peace. https://www.worldcountriesforkids.com/el-salvador/  

  • Dominica – Culture

    20th of October 2022 05:42:19 AM

    Dominican culture is mainly Influenced by the Caribs, British, French, and Africans. The prominent religion in Dominica is Roman Catholocism, followed by Evangelicalism. Music and dance are important elements of Dominican culture. Dominican music is a blend of African and European elements and uses traditional Instruments. Celebrations and festivals are…

  • Dominica – Sports

    18th of October 2022 11:33:51 AM

    The most national and most popular sport in Dominica is cricket. Dominica is a member of the British Windward Islands Control Board. Like other Caribbean countries, water sports are popular in Domina since it is an Island country. Another sport that is commonly played in Dominica is football (soccer).  

  • Dominica – Cuisine

    17th of October 2022 11:18:33 AM

    Dominican cuisine is a mixture of French, Caribbean, French, and African cuisines. Many fresh fruits and vegetables are grown on the Island, including plantain, oranges, limes, avocado, guava, and many more. Some popular Dominican meals are rice and peas, dumpling soup, and stewed beef or chicken. Callaloo is the national…

  • Dominica – Geography

    14th of October 2022 12:20:02 PM

    Dominica is an Island in the Caribbean sea. It is a beautiful mountainous country almost entirely covered by rainforest. Dominica is volcanic in origin, there is still thermal activity on the Island. World Land Mass Ranking: 188th Highest Mountain: Morne Diablotins, 1447 m (4747 ft) Longest River: 24 km (15m)…

  • Dominica – National Flag

    13th of October 2022 11:22:43 AM

    The flag of Dominica was adopted on November 3, 1978. It has a green background bearing a cross of yellow, black, and white stripes. In the center of the flag is a sisserou parrot, which is indigenous to the Island. https://www.worldcountriesforkids.com/dominica/

  • Canada – Culture

    12th of October 2022 10:08:10 AM

    The culture of Canada is largely influenced by British, French, and American cultures. Canadians value individuality, but also find strong communities important. Music visual arts and literature are all an important part of Canadian culture. Humour is an integral part of Canadian culture, and there are festivals and TV shows…

  • Canada – Sports

    11th of October 2022 11:11:47 AM

    Canada is home to a wide variety of sports and games. With cold and snowy winters, sports such as ice hockey, curling, snowboarding, and skiing are very popular. Having received 22 medals, including 13 gold, Canada is the most successful country in Olympic ice hockey. Wayne Gretzky is the most…

  • Canada – Cuisine

    10th of October 2022 07:25:42 AM

    The cuisine of Canada is very diverse and has heavy influences from British, French, and Scottish cuisines. The traditional indigenous cuisine of Canada was mainly a mixture of wild game and foraged foods. Maple syrup was first collected and used by the aboriginal people of Eastern Canada. Today, Canada is…

  • Canada – Climate

    8th of October 2022 10:02:04 AM

    The climate of Canada is widely varied from region to region. The northern part of Canada is extremely cold and mostly covered by ice and permafrost. Southern Canada, where much of the population is located, has a temperate climate with four distinct seasons.  

  • Canada – Geography

    7th of October 2022 06:49:03 AM

    The physical geography of Canada is both vast and widely varied. The country stretches from the Atlantic Ocean to the Pacific Ocean. It shares borders with the contiguous United States to the south and the US state of Alaska to the northwest. The land of Canada includes forests, lakes, mountains,…

  • Canada – National Flag

    6th of October 2022 10:55:53 AM

    The Canadian flag consists of a red field with a white square at its center. The middle of the flag features a red maple leaf. This flag was made official by a proclamation from Queen Elizabeth II on January 28, 1965. https://www.worldcountriesforkids.com/canada-2/

  • Cuba – Culture

    4th of October 2022 05:52:25 AM

    The culture of Cuba is made up of different languages, religions, customs, and traditions. The rich culture is influenced by Spain, Africa, Europe, and the United States. The performing arts are an important aspect of Cuban culture, especially in the forms of music and dance. Religious freedom is valued in…

  • Cuba – Sports

    4th of October 2022 05:40:06 AM

    Baseball is the most popular sport in Cuba. It was introduced in 1864, and the first baseball league was established in 1878. Other sports that are popular in Cuba include boxing, cricket, basketball, and volleyball. Year-round calm and warm waters make many water sorts common in Cuba. Some of the…

  • Cuba – Cuisine

    30th of September 2022 12:31:18 PM

    Cuban cuisine has many influences due to the mixing of people from various countries over time. This makes the cuisine a mixture of Spanish, African, and Caribbean cuisines. Due to Cuba’s tropical climate, tropical fruits and vegetables, including plantains, mangoes, pineapples, avocados, corn, and coconut are plentiful. Ropa Vieja is…

  • Cuba – Geography

    29th of September 2022 12:27:47 PM

    Cuba is an island nation located in the northern Caribbean Sea. It is a long and narrow island and is primarily flat with lowland plains. About one-third of Cuba is covered with mountains and hills.

  • CUBA – National Flag

    28th of September 2022 10:00:50 AM

    The National Flag of Cuba was officially adopted on May 20, 1902, but it was designed by Narciso Lopez in 1849. The three blue stripes represent the three original Cuban provinces, and the red triangle stands for equality and freedom. https://www.worldcountriesforkids.com/cuba/  

  • Belize – Culture

    27th of September 2022 06:51:34 AM

    Many different ethnic groups, including Creole, European, Garifuna, Asian, Mayan, Mestizo, and East Indian live in Belize, making the culture very diverse. Each of these very different cultures has its own things to add to Belize, making it unique. Belize has more in common with its Caribbean Island neighbors than…

  • Belize – Sports

    24th of September 2022 10:26:43 AM

    Although Belize is not highly involved in many professional sports competitions (Partly for financial reasons), sport is still an important part of life. Football is considered the most popular sport in Belize and is also the national sport. Other popular sports are basketball, cycling, softball, volleyball, cricket, rugby, and track…

  • Belize – Cuisine

    23rd of September 2022 11:58:22 AM

    The cuisine of Belize is diverse, with influences from African, Caribbean, and Mayan foods. The type of cuisine also depends on the location in Belize, whether it is more coastal or inland. The majority of Belizian dishes are made with fresh and organic food. Breakfast is an important meal in…

  • Belize – Climate

    22nd of September 2022 11:43:29 AM

    Belize has a subtropical climate with two seasons, rain and dry. The best time of year to visit Belize is during the dry season, which is between January and May. It is typically both hot and humid year-round in Belize. Temperatures are pretty consistent, usually varying only about 5 degrees…

  • Belize – Geography

    21st of September 2022 10:22:19 AM

    Belize is located in Central America, on the Western edge of the Caribbean Sea. Its borders are Mexico to the north and Guatemala to the south and west. Belize is a relatively small country and is mostly flat. On the coast, there is a swampy coastal plain that is mostly…

  • Belize – National Flag

    21st of September 2022 10:13:20 AM

    The National flag of Belize is blue with a red stripe on both the bottom and the top. The national coat of arms is located in the center of the flag. This flag was adopted on the 21 of September 1981, the day Belize became independent. The red, white, and…

  • The Bahamas – Culture

    20th of September 2022 10:02:20 AM

    The Bahamas has a distinct culture that has developed over generations. It is Influenced by a mix of primarily African, European, and American cultures. Music is a key part of Bahamian culture. The Bahamas has three indigenous forms of music and dance: Goombay, Rake 'n' scrape, and Junkanoo. The other…

  • The Bahamas – Sports

    19th of September 2022 05:36:26 AM

    The national sport of The Bahamas is cricket. It is considered the oldest sport in The Bahamas and has been played there since 1846. Although cricket is the national sport of The Bahamas, basketball is actually the most popular. It is one of the most common spectator sports along with…

  • The Bahamas – Cuisine

    16th of September 2022 05:33:10 AM

    Bahamian cuisine takes from the surrounding resources, so seafood, tropical fruit, rice, and peas are all staple foods in The Bahamas. The national food is conch (a large tropical mollusk with firm, white flesh), which can be prepared in many different ways. The other most popular seafood is lobster and…

  • The Bahamas – Climate

    12th of September 2022 11:54:03 AM

    The climate in The Bahamas is mostly tropical savannah. There are two seasons, a wet season and a dry season. Summers are usually 27-32 degrees Celsius (80-85 degrees Fahrenheit), while the average temperature during the winter is 21-27 degrees Celsius (70-78 degrees Fahrenheit). The nice temperatures year-round make The Bahamas…

  • The Bahamas – Geography

    10th of September 2022 07:17:09 AM

    The Bahamas are an Island nation located in the Caribbean sea. It is located 80km (50 miles) southeast of Florida, and north of Cuba. The Caribbean Island group contains about 700 Islands, nearly 2,500 small islets or cays, and more than 2,000 coral reefs. The Bahamas have mainly long, flat…

  • The Bahamas – National Flag

    9th of September 2022 10:43:49 AM

    The national flag of the Bahamas consists of a black triangle located on the left side, and three bands, the top and bottom being aquamarine and the middle one being gold. The black represents the strength and willpower of the people, the gold represents the sun and sand, and the…

  • Barbados – Culture

    8th of September 2022 07:14:16 AM

    The culture of Barbados comes from a blend of West African and British cultures. Music and dance are both important in Barbados. The most popular styles of music are calypso, reggae, spouge, and soca, and often contain some elements of Indigenous styles. Now contemporary and world music are also popular.…

  • Barbados – Sports

    7th of September 2022 06:05:45 AM

    Cricket is the most popular sport in Barbados, and is also the national sport. Many great Cricketers have been from Barbados including Garfield Sobers, Frank Worrell, and Everton Weekes. The year-round sunny climate in Barbados makes it a popular place to play golf. There is even a world-class golf course…

  • Barbados – Cuisine

    6th of September 2022 08:02:12 AM

    The cuisine of Barbados is very popular, and the country is even considered the culinary capital of the Caribbean. Barbadian cuisine is diverse and has been influenced by African, Portuguese, Indian, Irish, Creole, and British cultures. Barbados is known as the " Land of the flying fish " and it…

  • Barbados – Climate

    2nd of September 2022 06:31:36 AM

    The climate in Barbados is tropical, and it is quite hot and humid year-round. The temperatures are pleasant, usually not rising above mid-80 degrees Fahrenheit (about 30 degrees Celcius), and not going below low 70 degrees Fahrenheit (about 22 degrees Celcius). Barbados has two seasons, a dry season from around…

  • Barbados – Geography

    1st of September 2022 06:54:13 AM

    Barbados is the easternmost Caribbean country, but it actually doesn't touch any of the Caribbean seas. It is completely surrounded by the Atlantic ocean. Its closest neighbors are Martinique and Saint Lucia to the northwest, Sait Vincent and the Grenadines to the west, Trinidad, Tobago, and Venezuela to the southwest,…

  • Barbados – National Flag

    31st of August 2022 07:24:40 AM

    The national flag of Barbados is a vertical tricolor. It has two ultramarine blue stripes on the left and right, and a gold stripe in the middle. The blue represents the sea and sky of Barbados, and the gold represents the sandy beaches. In the center, the flag of Barbados…

  • Antigua and Barbuda – Sports

    30th of August 2022 06:25:42 AM

    The national and main sport of Antigua and Barbuda is cricket. What else would it be really, as the people of this Island nation in the Caribbean just adore cricket? They are obsessed. There is a national cricket team, but also man islanders play cricket for leeward Islands and west…

  • Antigua and Barbuda – Cuisine

    29th of August 2022 06:41:02 AM

    The people of Antigua and Barbuda love their food and make a big deal about food preparation. Sunday is a big day for food and family for this Island nation. The national dish of Antigua and Barbuda is a dish called 'Fungie' which is mostly made up of cornmeal, Also,…

  • Antigua and Barbuda – Geography

    27th of August 2022 06:39:02 AM

    Antigua and Barbuda is an island nation on the continent of North America that is split into two main islands. Antigua and Barbuda. Antigua is the larger of the islands. The country is part of a larger number of islands called the leeward Islands in the Caribbean. The islands are…

  • Antigua and Barbuda – National Flag

    26th of August 2022 06:35:31 AM

    The national flag of Antigua and Barbuda consists of a red foreground, and a yellow, black, blue, and white background. The red V stands for the victory and the energy of its people. With the yellow 9 spire sun, standing for sun, with blue for sea and white for sand.…

  • Algentina – National Flag

    25th of August 2022 07:16:02 AM

    The national flag of Argentina came into place during the war of Independence. The 3-stripe blue and white horizontal flag were used then as a war flag in 1812 and later adopted as the national flag, with the sun added to the white stripe in 1816. The blue stripes are…

  • Argentina – Geography

    24th of August 2022 06:43:19 AM

    The geography of Argentina is very diverse and quite unique. Where the country is situated in the world, make for a mega diverse ecosystem. Located at the bottom of south America, the country is one of the largest in the world, which makes up a lot of space for different…

  • Argentina – Cuisine

    23rd of August 2022 07:21:44 AM

    The cuisine of Argentina is quite rich and diverse, with a European influence based on the colonization of the land by the Spanish. Also, Argentina is famous for the production and consumption of beef. They love their red meat and eat the most amount of it in the whole world.…

  • The Culture is very rich and unique – Armenia’s

    22nd of August 2022 12:06:58 PM

    Armenia's culture is very rich and unique. Architecture, literature, music, and dance are all important parts of the culture in Armenia. https://www.worldcountriesforkids.com/armenias-culture-is-very-rich-and-unique/

  • The Angolan Cuisine

    17th of August 2022 10:17:53 AM

    The main influence of Angolan Cuisine is based on Portuguese cuisine, because Angola was ruled by Portugal for a very long time. Some of the Traditional Angolan dishes include Cabidela which is cooked in blood. Chikuanga, a bread wrapped in banana leaves. Catotas, that are Caterpillars

    Angola

    Brief History Officially known as the Republic of Angola, but not always called Angola, and with a difficult history, Angola and its people have changed over a long period of time. Once the Kingdom of Kongo in the 14th century in the northern part of the country, and the Kingdom of...

  • The Culture of Algeria

    16th of August 2022 11:05:23 AM

    The Algerian culture is diverse, incorporated in cuisine, music, religion and overall lifestyle. The country is mainly Islamic. Islam is a beautiful religion and way of life and is ingrained in the Algerian people. Along with the traditional Arabic influence, the French culture is also a large influence in the…

    Algeria

    Brief History Officially called the People’s Democratic Republic of Algeria, the country is the largest on the continent of Africa and is the largest Arab country in the world. Algeria is the 10th largest country in the world, so it’s a very big space. Early remnants of occupation in the what...

  • The most Popular Sport in Algeria

    8th of August 2022 06:13:34 AM

    Like many countries around the world, football (soccer) is the most popular sport in Algeria. Algeria compete in the African cup of nations every two years, and as of 2019 have won the cup once. The Algerian football team also represent well at the football world cup that is held…

    Algeria

    Brief History Officially called the People’s Democratic Republic of Algeria, the country is the largest on the continent of Africa and is the largest Arab country in the world. Algeria is the 10th largest country in the world, so it’s a very big space. Early remnants of occupation in the what...

  • The Culture of the Bahamas

    1st of August 2022 12:45:35 PM

    The Bahamas has a distinct culture that has developed over generations. It is influenced by a mix of primarily African, European, and American cultures. Music is a key part of Bahamian culture. The Bahamas has three indigenous forms of music and dance: Goombay, Rake ‘n’ Scrape, and Junkanoo. Other Caribbean…

    The Bahamas

    Brief History As early as 300 to 400 AD, people from Cuba migrated to The Bahamas and lived on seafood. Then from around 900-1500 AD, the Lucayan people settled on the islands. When Christopher Colombus arrived in the New World in 1492, there were about 40,000 Lucayans residing in The...

  • The National Flag of Argentina

    29th of July 2022 12:56:28 PM

    The national flag of Argentina came into place at the time of the war of Independence. The three stripe blue and white horizontal flag was used then as a war flag in 1812, and later adopted as the national flag, with the sun added to the white stripe in 1816.…

    Argentina

    Brief History Officially known as Republica Argentina in Spanish, Argentina has a long history, dating way back to the Palaeolithic period, to when there was the first recording of a human presence.  By the time the Spanish came to conquer in the early 16th century there was not the many native...

  • The Climate of Armenia

    28th of July 2022 11:54:37 AM

    The most notable thing about Armenia’s climate is the variety. The valleys are the warmest, while the mountains have long winters. The precipitation also varies. The country averages about 500 mm of rain per year with spring and early summer being the wettest. Armenia has four seasons, with warm sunny…

    Armenia

    Brief History Armenia is around 3500 years old, making it one of the oldest countries in the world. The oldest known ancestors of the Armenian people, the Hayasa-Azzy tribes, came from the highlands in western Asia. Around 3000 years ago, an Indo-European group called the Armens immigrated to Armenia from...

  • Belgium is located on western Europe

    27th of July 2022 11:41:27 AM

    Belgium is located in Western Europe, bordering the North Sea. There are three main geographical regions in Belgium: the coastal plain, the central plateau, and the Ardennes uplands. The countries that border Belgium are Belgium’s border are the Netherlands to the North, Germany and Luxembourg to the east.

    Belgium

    Brief History The first settlers of Belgium were the Celtic tribe of Belgae. They lived in the area of Belgium until they were conquered by the Roman Empire in 100 BC. For the next 300 years, Belgium was a productive part of the Roman Empire. Then Germanic tribes invaded Belgium...

  • Geography Of Belize

    26th of July 2022 04:27:55 PM

    Belize is located in Central America ,on the western edge of the Caribbean Sea. Its borders are Mexico to the north and Guatemala to the South and West. Belize is a relatively small country and is mostly flat. On the coast, there is a swampy Coastal plain that is mostly…

    Belize

    Brief History The history of Belize dates back thousands of years to the time of the Mayans. The Mayans were an advanced civilization, they were skilled in mathematics, created their own calendar, and came up with the concept of the zero. The Mayans spread in the area that is now...

  • Geography of Angola

    21st of July 2022 11:45:14 AM

    One of the largest countries in Africa, bordering with Zambia, Namibia and the Congo countries, Angola is situated on the western Atlantic coast of central Africa. Combined coastal lowlands, hills, mountains and high plateau’s, Angola has a varied terrain. The Atlantic Ocean lies to the west coast of the country.

    Angola

    Brief History Officially known as the Republic of Angola, but not always called Angola, and with a difficult history, Angola and its people have changed over a long period of time. Once the Kingdom of Kongo in the 14th century in the northern part of the country, and the Kingdom of...

  • History of Argentina

    20th of July 2022 08:03:23 AM

    Officially known as Republica Argentina in Spanish, Argentina has a long history, dating way back to the Palaeolithic period, to when there was the first recording of a human presence. By the time the Spanish came to conquer in the early 16th century there was not the native people roaming…

    Argentina

    Brief History Officially known as Republica Argentina in Spanish, Argentina has a long history, dating way back to the Palaeolithic period, to when there was the first recording of a human presence.  By the time the Spanish came to conquer in the early 16th century there was not the many native...

  • Geography of Algeria

    15th of July 2022 11:46:23 AM

    A very large country in North West Africa, Algeria is the largest country on the continent of Africa. Largely flat desert in the south west of central area of the country. The Atlas Mountains are to the north, with the Hoggar Mountains to the south. Algeria is a land of…

    Algeria

    Brief History Officially called the People’s Democratic Republic of Algeria, the country is the largest on the continent of Africa and is the largest Arab country in the world. Algeria is the 10th largest country in the world, so it’s a very big space. Early remnants of occupation in the what...

  • Geography of Austria

    12th of July 2022 11:52:46 AM

    Austria is a landlocked country located in the southern part of Central Europe. It borders the Czech Republic, Germany, Hungary, Italy, Liechtenstein, Slovakia, Slovenia, and Switzerland. The majority of Austria is mountainous and forested country. The northeastern part of Austria contains lowlands. These lowlands have most of the country’s farmland.

    Austria

    Brief History The Republic of Austria is a country in Central Europe, located on the east side of the Alps. Humans have lived in the area now known as Austria as far back as the Stone Age. The name Austria has been used since 996 AD. It was ruled by...

  • Brief History of Andorra

    29th of June 2022 05:47:46 AM

    Officially known as the Principality of Andorra, this small European nation is nestled on the border between the countries of France and Spain and has been a country since the 10th century when the country was ruled by the count of Urgell. In the 13th century due to a dispute,…

    Andorra

    Brief History Officially known as the Principality of Andorra, this small European nation is nestled on the border between the countries of France and Spain and has been a country since the 10th century when the country was ruled by the Count of Urgell. In the 13th century due to a dispute,...

  • Brief History of Barbados

    24th of June 2022 12:16:02 PM

    The first indigenous inhabitants of Barbados were the Amerindians who had come from Venezuela. They were called the Arawaks, and in 1200 they were conquered by the Caribs. Later Portuguese came to Barbados from Brazil, they called the island Los Barbados (bearded-ones) presumably because the islands fig trees had a…

    Barbados

    Brief History The first indigenous inhabitants of Barbados were the Amerindians who had come from Venezuela. They were called the Arawaks, and in 1200 they were conquered by the Caribs. Later Portuguese came to Barbados from Brazil, they called the island Los Barbados (bearded-ones) presumably because the islands fig trees...

  • The History of Belize

    23rd of June 2022 05:46:14 AM

    The history of Belize dates back thousands of years to the time of the Mayans. The Mayans were an advanced civilization, they were skilled in mathematics, created their own calendar, and came up with the concept of the zero. The Mayans spread in the area that is now Belize from…

    Belize

    Brief History The history of Belize dates back thousands of years to the time of the Mayans. The Mayans were an advanced civilization, they were skilled in mathematics, created their own calendar, and came up with the concept of the zero. The Mayans spread in the area that is now...

  • It’s all about Belarus

    16th of June 2022 05:34:54 AM

    Belarus is a landlocked and generally flat country. Its neighbours are Russia to the east and northeast, Latvia to the north, Lithuania to the northwest, Poland to the west and Ukraine to the south. Belarus is heavily forested, over one- third of the country is forest. An important part of…

    Belarus

    Brief History Evidence of human life in the area that is now Belarus, goes back to the Stone Age. Historically we know that the Eastern Slavs from the Krivichi, Dregovichi, and Radimichi tribes arrived there from the 6th to the 8th centuries. The Grand Duchy of Lithuania began to rise...

  • History of Albania

    11th of June 2022 12:28:47 PM

    Officially called the Republic of Albania, the country’s early history dates to over 50,000 years, where traces of villages with people have been found through fossilised bones. In the middle ages, Albania was the part of the Roman Empire. The 12th and 13th centuries there was a takeover of the…

    Albania

    Brief History Officially called the Republic of Albania, the country’s early history dates to over 50,000 years, where traces of villages with people have been found through fossilised bones. In the middle ages, Albania was part of the Roman Empire. The 12th and 13th centuries there was a takeover of...

  • Brief History of Angola

    9th of June 2022 11:41:28 AM

    Officially known as the Republic of Angola, but not always called Angola, and with a difficult history, Angola and its people have changed over a long period of time. Once the kingdom of Kongo in the 14th century in the northern part of the country, and the kingdom of Ndongo…

    Angola

    Brief History Officially known as the Republic of Angola, but not always called Angola, and with a difficult history, Angola and its people have changed over a long period of time. Once the Kingdom of Kongo in the 14th century in the northern part of the country, and the Kingdom of...

  • The History of Belize

    8th of June 2022 09:10:10 AM

    The history of Belize dates back thousands of years to the time of the Mayans. The Mayans were an advanced civilization, they were skilled in mathematics, created their own calendar, and came up with the concept of zero. The Mayans spread in the area that is now Belize from about…

    Belize

    Brief History The history of Belize dates back thousands of years to the time of the Mayans. The Mayans were an advanced civilization, they were skilled in mathematics, created their own calendar, and came up with the concept of the zero. The Mayans spread in the area that is now...

  • Antigua and Barbuda, the island nation!

    7th of June 2022 11:26:28 AM

    Officially known as Antigua and Barbuda, the island nation is made up of two main islands, Antigua and Barbuda. It was the great explorer Christopher Columbus on one of his Voyages to the region in 1493 that he first sighted the islands that are now Antigua and Barbuda. The British…

    Antigua And Barbuda

    Brief History Officially known as Antigua and Barbuda, the island nation is made up of two main islands, Antigua and Barbuda. It was the great explorer Christopher Columbus on one of his voyages to the region in 1493 that he first sighted the islands that are now Antigua and Barbuda....

  • History of Armenia

    6th of June 2022 12:38:50 PM

    Armenia is around 3500 years old, making it one of the oldest countries in the world. The oldest known ancestors of the Armenian people, the Hayasa- Azzy tribes came from the highlands in western Asia. Around 3000 years ago, an Indo-European group called the Armens immigrated to Armenia from the…

    Armenia

    Brief History Armenia is around 3500 years old, making it one of the oldest countries in the world. The oldest known ancestors of the Armenian people, the Hayasa-Azzy tribes, came from the highlands in western Asia. Around 3000 years ago, an Indo-European group called the Armens immigrated to Armenia from...

  • The History of Benin

    1st of June 2022 10:45:16 AM

    The history of Benin can be split into three categories: pre-colonial, colonial and post-colonial. There isn’t any written history of pre-colonial Benin, but we do know that during the 900s the Edo people settled in the West African rainforests. These people grew a successful kingdom led by a wealthy leader…

    Benin

    Brief History The history of Benin can be split into three categories: pre-colonial, colonial, and postcolonial. There isn’t any written history of pre-colonial Benin, but we do know that during the 900s the Edo people settled in the West African rainforests. These people grew a successful kingdom led by a...

  • Geography of Angola

    30th of May 2022 11:48:47 AM

    One of the largest country in Africa, bordering with Zambia, Namibia and the Congo countries, Angola is situated on the western Atlantic coast of central Africa. Combined coastal lowlands, hills, mountains and high plateau’s, Angola has a varied terrain. The Atlantic Ocean lies to the west coast of the country.…

    Angola

    Brief History Officially known as the Republic of Angola, but not always called Angola, and with a difficult history, Angola and its people have changed over a long period of time. Once the Kingdom of Kongo in the 14th century in the northern part of the country, and the Kingdom of...

  • The National Flag of Australia

    27th of May 2022 08:01:00 AM

    The national flag of Australia has a blue background with the Union Jack in the upper left corner. A seven pointed star lies below the British flag. Six of the points represent Australia’s six states, and the last point stands for the country’s territories. The five stars to the right…

    Australia

    Brief History Indigenous peoples inhabited Australia for thousands of years before the Dutch and British arrived there. These people are commonly referred to as Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders. Dutch and British explorers first arrived in the seventeenth century, and Captain James Cook arrived in 1770. He mapped the east...

  • Know More About Bangladesh

    26th of May 2022 12:08:14 PM

    Bangladesh is a country on the continent of Asia. Humans have inhabited what is now Bangladesh for over 20,000 years. Not much is known about these ancient civilizations besides what was recorded by the Greeks and Romans. Bangladesh was located in Southern Asia. It is bordered by India to the…

    Bangladesh is located in southern Asia

    Bangladesh is located in southern Asia. It is bordered by India to the west, north, and east, and Myanmar to the southeast. The Bay of Bengal is located to the South of Bangladesh. The majority of Bangladesh is a broad deltaic plain which is subject to frequent flooding. There is...

  • History of Costa Rica

    25th of May 2022 12:41:54 PM

    The first indigeneous people living in Costa Rica were hunters and gatherers. In 1502 Christopher Colombus sighted Costa Rica during his last trip to the Americas. The Spanish gradually conquered the area, and in 1563 the city of Cartago become the first permanent settlement .It is known for it’s long…

    Costa Rica

    Brief History The first indigenous people living in Costa Rica were hunters and gatherers. In 1502, Christopher Columbus sighted Costa Rica during his last trip to the Americas. The Spanish gradually conquered the area, and in 1563 the city of Cartago became the first permanent settlement. Spaniards assumed that the...

  • THE FIRST SETTLER OF BELGUIM

    24th of May 2022 12:38:03 PM

    Belgium is a country on the continent of Europe. The first settler of Belgium were the Celtic tribe of Belgae. They lived in the area of Belgium until they were conquered by the Roman Empire in 100 BC. For the next 300 years, Belgium was a productive part of the…

    Belgium

    Brief History The first settlers of Belgium were the Celtic tribe of Belgae. They lived in the area of Belgium until they were conquered by the Roman Empire in 100 BC. For the next 300 years, Belgium was a productive part of the Roman Empire. Then Germanic tribes invaded Belgium...

  • Bahrain is a Country Located on the Continent of ASIA

    23rd of May 2022 12:21:27 PM

    Bahrain was the site of the ancient Bronze Age Civilization of Dilmun. It was an Important trade centre, linking trade routes between Mesopotamia and the Indus Valley as early as 5,000 years ago. Bahrain’s location has made it susceptible to be ruled by many different empires throughout history.

    Bahrain

    Brief History Bahrain was the site of the ancient Bronze Age civilization of Dilmun. It was an important trade center, linking trade routes between Mesopotamia and the Indus Valley as early as 5,000 years ago. Bahrain's location has made it susceptible to being ruled by many different empires throughout history....

  • Algeria is an ancient country with a lot of History

    19th of May 2022 11:18:12 AM

    Algeria is an ancient country and an ancient nation with a lot of History spread over thousands of years that has seen many empires over a long period of time occupy the land. From the ancient Numidians to the Carthaginians, to the Romans, Rustamid, Spaniards, Ottomans, and most recently the…

    Algeria

    Brief History Officially called the People’s Democratic Republic of Algeria, the country is the largest on the continent of Africa and is the largest Arab country in the world. Algeria is the 10th largest country in the world, so it’s a very big space. Early remnants of occupation in the what...

  • Countries For Kids

    18th of May 2022 05:43:38 AM

    There are over and at least 195 countries in the world, as there are some nations that are not officially recognized by all other nations and by the United Nations. So it is kind of difficult to get a complete number. Each country article includes Brief History, Flag History, Population…

  • One of the smallest countries in the Europe

    1st of April 2022 06:06:26 AM

    One of the smallest countries in the Europe and in the entire world, Andorra is sandwiched right on the border between Spain and France, right in the Pyrenees mountains. The country is very mountainous based on where it’s situated, with the capital city wedged between a valley of a mountain…

    Andorra

    Brief History Officially known as the Principality of Andorra, this small European nation is nestled on the border between the countries of France and Spain and has been a country since the 10th century when the country was ruled by the Count of Urgell. In the 13th century due to a dispute,...

  • Albania is a small country in the southeast of Europe

    30th of March 2022 05:31:49 AM

    Albania is a small country in the southeast of Europe. Beautiful snow-capped mountains of the Albanian Alps, along with a beautiful coast on both the Adriatic and Ionian Seas, that flows into the Mediterranean Sea. Albania borders the countries of Montenegro, Kosovo, North Macedonia and Greece. Know more here in…

    Albania

    Brief History Officially called the Republic of Albania, the country’s early history dates to over 50,000 years, where traces of villages with people have been found through fossilised bones. In the middle ages, Albania was part of the Roman Empire. The 12th and 13th centuries there was a takeover of...

  • Bangladesh is located in southern Asia

    28th of March 2022 04:59:39 AM

    Bangladesh is located in southern Asia. It is bordered by India to the west, north, and east, and Myanmar to the southeast. The Bay of Bengal is located to the South of Bangladesh. The majority of Bangladesh is a broad deltaic plain which is subject to frequent flooding. There is…

    Bangladesh

    Brief History Humans have inhabited what is now Bangladesh for over 20,000 years. Not much is known about these ancient civilizations besides what was recorded by the Greeks and Romans. Bangladesh was ruled by ancient Buddhist and Hindu states until it became a part of the Bengal Sultanate for much...

  • The Kingdom of Bahrain is an island nation

    23rd of March 2022 04:56:56 AM

    The Kingdom of Bahrain is an island nation in the Middle East. It is located just off the eastern coast of Saudi Arabia. Bahrain is an archipelago that consists of the main island, Al Bahrayn, and some smaller islands and islets. The majority of Bahrain is desert with low-lying rocky…

    Bahrain

    Brief History Bahrain was the site of the ancient Bronze Age civilization of Dilmun. It was an important trade center, linking trade routes between Mesopotamia and the Indus Valley as early as 5,000 years ago. Bahrain's location has made it susceptible to being ruled by many different empires throughout history....

  • Armenia is a landlocked country

    21st of March 2022 05:27:21 AM

    Armenia is a landlocked country located in the South Caucasus region, which is between Asia and Europe. It is bordered by Turkey to the West, Georgia to the North, Azerbaijan to the East, and Iran to the South. Armenia is a mountainous and flat country with no deserts and few…

    Armenia

    Brief History Armenia is around 3500 years old, making it one of the oldest countries in the world. The oldest known ancestors of the Armenian people, the Hayasa-Azzy tribes, came from the highlands in western Asia. Around 3000 years ago, an Indo-European group called the Armens immigrated to Armenia from...

  • Afghanistan is contrasting country

    8th of March 2022 05:10:48 AM

    Afghanistan is contrasting country in terms of its landscape. Large parts of the country are dry and flat, however other parts are mountainous. Afghanistan is a landlocked country surrounded by neighbouring countries Iran, Pakistan, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan and Uzbekistan. Know more here in details

    Afghanistan

    Afghanistan, Officially called the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan, it is believed that civilizations have occupied the country for more than 50,000 years. The first documented history is from the Achaemenian dynasty, which controlled the area from 550 BC until 331 BC. Read more on

  • Benin is located in West Africa

    7th of March 2022 05:18:35 AM

    Benin is located in West Africa, and is a narrow north to south strip of land. It is bordered by Burkina Faso to the northwest, Nigeria to the east, Togo to the west, and the Bight of Benin to the south (in the Atlantic Ocean). It is one of the…

    Benin

    Brief History The history of Benin can be split into three categories: pre-colonial, colonial, and postcolonial. There isn’t any written history of pre-colonial Benin, but we do know that during the 900s the Edo people settled in the West African rainforests. These people grew a successful kingdom led by a...

  • One of the largest countries in Africa

    4th of March 2022 10:42:24 AM

    One of the largest countries in Africa, bordering with Zambia, Namibia and the Congo countries, Angola is situated on the western Atlantic coast of central Africa. Combined coastal lowlands, hills, mountains and high plateau’s, Angola has a varied terrain. The Atlantic Ocean lies to the west coast of the country.…

    Angola

    Brief History Officially known as the Republic of Angola, but not always called Angola, and with a difficult history, Angola and its people have changed over a long period of time. Once the Kingdom of Kongo in the 14th century in the northern part of the country, and the Kingdom of...

  • A very large country in north west Africa

    3rd of March 2022 06:24:50 AM

    A very large country in north west Africa, Algeria is the largest country on the continent of Africa. Largely flat desert in the south west of central area of the country. The Atlas Mountains are to the north, with the Hoggar Mountains to the south. Algeria is a land of…

    Algeria

    Brief History Officially called the People’s Democratic Republic of Algeria, the country is the largest on the continent of Africa and is the largest Arab country in the world. Algeria is the 10th largest country in the world, so it’s a very big space. Early remnants of occupation in the what...

  • The people of Argentina are sports crazy

    2nd of March 2022 05:36:11 AM

    The people of Argentina are sports crazy, and it is a huge part of their culture, like many other south American countries. They are the world’s best at Polo which is a field game played with a ball and sticks while riding horses. It is no wonder that they are…

    Argentina

    Brief History Officially known as Republica Argentina in Spanish, Argentina has a long history, dating way back to the Palaeolithic period, to when there was the first recording of a human presence.  By the time the Spanish came to conquer in the early 16th century there was not the many native...

  • Do you know?

    28th of February 2022 05:47:29 AM

    Do you know? Belize is home to the only jaguar preserve in the world. Around 1 million tourists visit Belize each year. The national flower of Belize is the black orchid. Many people in Belize can speak at least 2 languages. Know more about it here

    Belize

    Brief History The history of Belize dates back thousands of years to the time of the Mayans. The Mayans were an advanced civilization, they were skilled in mathematics, created their own calendar, and came up with the concept of the zero. The Mayans spread in the area that is now...

  • The national sport of The Bahamas is cricket

    24th of February 2022 06:43:17 AM

    The national sport of The Bahamas is cricket. It is considered the oldest sport in The Bahamas, and has been played there since 1846. Although cricket is the national sport of The Bahamas, basketball is actually the most popular. It is one of the most common spectator sports along with…

    The Bahamas

    Brief History As early as 300 to 400 AD, people from Cuba migrated to The Bahamas and lived on seafood. Then from around 900-1500 AD, the Lucayan people settled on the islands. When Christopher Colombus arrived in the New World in 1492, there were about 40,000 Lucayans residing in The...

  • Frank Worrell, and Everton Weekes

    21st of February 2022 06:26:13 AM

    Cricket is the most popular sport in Barbados, and is also the national sport. Many great Cricketers have been from Barbados including Garfield Sobers, Frank Worrell, and Everton Weekes. The year-round sunny climate in Barbados makes it a popular place to play Golf. There is even a world-class golf course in Royal Westmoreland.…

    Barbados

    Brief History The first indigenous inhabitants of Barbados were the Amerindians who had come from Venezuela. They were called the Arawaks, and in 1200 they were conquered by the Caribs. Later Portuguese came to Barbados from Brazil, they called the island Los Barbados (bearded-ones) presumably because the islands fig trees...

  • Leeward Islands and West Indies cricket teams

    18th of February 2022 05:19:46 AM

    The national and main sport of Antigua and Barbuda is cricket. What else would it be really, as the people of this island nation in the Caribbean just adore Cricket. They are obsessed. There is a national cricket team, but also many islanders play cricket for Leeward Islands and West…

    Antigua And Barbuda

    Brief History Officially known as Antigua and Barbuda, the island nation is made up of two main islands, Antigua and Barbuda. It was the great explorer Christopher Columbus on one of his voyages to the region in 1493 that he first sighted the islands that are now Antigua and Barbuda....

  • Belgium is Football

    16th of February 2022 05:01:23 AM

    Sports are an important part of life in Belgium, and there are around 28,000 sports clubs in the country. Like many other places, the biggest and most popular sport in Belgium is Football. Cycling is an important Belgian sport, and some of the greatest cycling races take place there. Eddy Merckx  is…

    Belgium

    Brief History The first settlers of Belgium were the Celtic tribe of Belgae. They lived in the area of Belgium until they were conquered by the Roman Empire in 100 BC. For the next 300 years, Belgium was a productive part of the Roman Empire. Then Germanic tribes invaded Belgium...

  • Olympics since the early 1950s

    15th of February 2022 04:49:30 AM

    Sport is very important in Belarus, and Belarians have been participating in international competitions and the Olympics since the early 1950s. There are over 23,000 sports facilities open to the general public (swimming pools, gyms, stadiums, etc.) as well as many world-class sports facilities for professional athletes. The most popular…

    Belarus

    Brief History Evidence of human life in the area that is now Belarus, goes back to the Stone Age. Historically we know that the Eastern Slavs from the Krivichi, Dregovichi, and Radimichi tribes arrived there from the 6th to the 8th centuries. The Grand Duchy of Lithuania began to rise...

  • Caspian sea

    14th of February 2022 06:22:25 AM

    Freestyle wrestling has often been regarded as the national sport of Azerbaijan. Although wrestling is a historically important sport in Azerbaijan, the most popular sports are actually football and chess. Water sports are popular in areas next to the Caspian sea. Many other sports are also popular, such as judo,…

    Azerbaijan

    Brief History Azerbaijan is a country in the Caucasus region of Eurasia—the area between the Black Sea and the Caspian sea. Its capital is Baku which borders the Caspian Sea. Historically, the word Azerbaijan referred to a larger area that formed part of Persia. This area was ruled in turn...

  • The most common are Association Football

    12th of February 2022 05:04:30 AM

    Due to the mountainous and cold climate of Austria, winter sports such as alpine skiing, ice hockey and snowboarding are very popular. The excellent conditions for these winter sports are one of the reasons that many tourists visit Austria. Austrian teams have won numerous awards and titles in alpine skiing…

    Austria

    Brief History The Republic of Austria is a country in Central Europe, located on the east side of the Alps. Humans have lived in the area now known as Austria as far back as the Stone Age. The name Austria has been used since 996 AD. It was ruled by...

  • Soccer and Rugby

    11th of February 2022 05:16:56 AM

    Andorra being a very mountains country, is famous for its participation in winter sports and are regular participants in the winter Olympics. There are also several other sports that are played in Andorra such as, Basketball, Football, also known a Soccer and Rugby. Rugby being one of the more traditional…

    Andorra

    Brief History Officially known as the Principality of Andorra, this small European nation is nestled on the border between the countries of France and Spain and has been a country since the 10th century when the country was ruled by the Count of Urgell. In the 13th century due to a dispute,...

  • Soccer and weightlifting are the most popular sports in Albania

    9th of February 2022 04:45:21 AM

    Soccer and weightlifting are the most popular sports in Albania. Albania represents in each Olympics that takes place every four years, although as of the last Olympics in 2016, Albania is yet to win a medal. Know more here in details

    Albania

    Brief History Officially called the Republic of Albania, the country’s early history dates to over 50,000 years, where traces of villages with people have been found through fossilised bones. In the middle ages, Albania was part of the Roman Empire. The 12th and 13th centuries there was a takeover of...

  • A wide variety of sports are enjoyed in Australia

    8th of February 2022 04:27:29 AM

    A wide variety of sports are enjoyed in Australia, partly due to the warm, sunny climate. The most popular sports are Cricket, Football, Rugy, Basketball, and Swimming. Another very popular sport is Netball, which is similar to basketball and mostly played by women. Australia is ranked number 1 in the…

    Australia

    Brief History Indigenous peoples inhabited Australia for thousands of years before the Dutch and British arrived there. These people are commonly referred to as Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders. Dutch and British explorers first arrived in the seventeenth century, and Captain James Cook arrived in 1770. He mapped the east...

  • Kabaddi is the national sport of Bangladesh

    7th of February 2022 04:42:39 AM

    Kabaddi is the national sport of Bangladesh, and it is played throughout the country. The growing popularity of other sports has decreased the popularity of Kabaddi, however. Cricket is the most popular in Bangladesh, and it is one of the top seven cricketing nations in the world. Other sports that…

    Bangladesh

    Brief History Humans have inhabited what is now Bangladesh for over 20,000 years. Not much is known about these ancient civilizations besides what was recorded by the Greeks and Romans. Bangladesh was ruled by ancient Buddhist and Hindu states until it became a part of the Bengal Sultanate for much...

  • The people of Bahrain play a variety of sports

    4th of February 2022 05:00:18 AM

    The people of Bahrain play a variety of sports, the most popular being association football. Bahrain has its own top tier professional football league called the Bahraini Premier League. Besides football—basketball, track and field, and volleyball are popular. Horse riding and hunting are an important part of Bahraini history, and…

    Bahrain

    Brief History Bahrain was the site of the ancient Bronze Age civilization of Dilmun. It was an important trade center, linking trade routes between Mesopotamia and the Indus Valley as early as 5,000 years ago. Bahrain's location has made it susceptible to being ruled by many different empires throughout history....

  • A variety of sports are played in Armenia

    3rd of February 2022 04:59:50 AM

    A variety of sports are played in Armenia, the most popular being football (soccer.) The Armenian football team used to play at the international level as a part of the USSR national football team. Besides football, basketball, weightlifting, wrestling, and boxing are all popular sports in Armenia. They consider chess…

    Armenia

    Brief History Armenia is around 3500 years old, making it one of the oldest countries in the world. The oldest known ancestors of the Armenian people, the Hayasa-Azzy tribes, came from the highlands in western Asia. Around 3000 years ago, an Indo-European group called the Armens immigrated to Armenia from...

  • The most popular sports in Afghanistan are football and cricket.

    2nd of February 2022 05:18:05 AM

    The most popular sports in Afghanistan are football and cricket. The Afghanistan national football team has done well and won several competitions. The national sport of Afghanistan is called Buzkashi. This sport is played by men mounted on horses who are trying to get a dead goat into a goal.…

    Afghanistan

    Brief History Officially called the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan, it is believed that civilizations have occupied the country for more than 50,000 years. The first documented history is from the Achaemenian dynasty, which controlled the area from 550 BC until 331 BC. Alexander the Great defeated the Achaemenian emperor between...

  • Being a small and poor country

    1st of February 2022 04:50:27 AM

    Being a small and poor country, Benin has not had much success with professional sports. Benin has participated in The Olympics several times, but has never won a medal. Sport is still a part of everyday life, and the people in Benin enjoy a variety of activities. The most popular…

    Benin

    Brief History The history of Benin can be split into three categories: pre-colonial, colonial, and postcolonial. There isn’t any written history of pre-colonial Benin, but we do know that during the 900s the Edo people settled in the West African rainforests. These people grew a successful kingdom led by a...

  • The most popular sports in Afghanistan

    31st of January 2022 04:59:54 AM

    The most popular sports in Afghanistan are football and cricket. The Afghanistan national football team has done well and won several competitions. The national sport of Afghanistan is called Buzkashi. This sport is played by men mounted on horses who are trying to get a dead goat into a goal.…

    Afghanistan

    Brief History Officially called the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan, it is believed that civilizations have occupied the country for more than 50,000 years. The first documented history is from the Achaemenian dynasty, which controlled the area from 550 BC until 331 BC. Alexander the Great defeated the Achaemenian emperor between...

  • A variety of sports are played in Armenia,

    29th of January 2022 07:01:38 AM

    A variety of sports are played in Armenia, the most popular being football (soccer.) The Armenian football team used to play at the international level as a part of the USSR national football team. Besides football, basketball, weightlifting, wrestling, and boxing are all popular sports in Armenia. They consider chess…

    Armenia

    Brief History Armenia is around 3500 years old, making it one of the oldest countries in the world. The oldest known ancestors of the Armenian people, the Hayasa-Azzy tribes, came from the highlands in western Asia. Around 3000 years ago, an Indo-European group called the Armens immigrated to Armenia from...

  • The people of Bahrain play a variety of sports

    28th of January 2022 04:34:05 AM

    The people of Bahrain play a variety of sports, the most popular being association football. Bahrain has its own top tier professional football league called the Bahraini Premier League. Besides football—basketball, track and field, and volleyball are popular. Horse riding and hunting are an important part of Bahraini history, and…

    Bahrain

    Brief History Bahrain was the site of the ancient Bronze Age civilization of Dilmun. It was an important trade center, linking trade routes between Mesopotamia and the Indus Valley as early as 5,000 years ago. Bahrain's location has made it susceptible to being ruled by many different empires throughout history....

  • Kabaddi is the national sport of Bangladesh,

    27th of January 2022 04:50:22 AM

    Kabaddi is the national sport of Bangladesh, and it is played throughout the country. The growing popularity of other sports has decreased the popularity of Kabaddi, however. Cricket is the most popular in Bangladesh, and it is one of the top seven cricketing nations in the world. Other sports that…

    Bangladesh

    Brief History Humans have inhabited what is now Bangladesh for over 20,000 years. Not much is known about these ancient civilizations besides what was recorded by the Greeks and Romans. Bangladesh was ruled by ancient Buddhist and Hindu states until it became a part of the Bengal Sultanate for much...

  • A wide variety of sports are enjoyed in Australia

    25th of January 2022 06:32:17 AM

    A wide variety of sports are enjoyed in Australia, partly due to the warm, sunny climate. The most popular sports are Cricket, Football, Rugy, Basketball, and Swimming. Another very popular sport is Netball, which is similar to basketball and mostly played by women. Australia is ranked number 1 in the…

    Australia

    Brief History Indigenous peoples inhabited Australia for thousands of years before the Dutch and British arrived there. These people are commonly referred to as Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders. Dutch and British explorers first arrived in the seventeenth century, and Captain James Cook arrived in 1770. He mapped the east...

  • Soccer and weightlifting are the most popular posts in Albania

    24th of January 2022 04:53:37 AM

    Soccer and weightlifting are the most popular posts in Albania. Albania represents in each Olympics that takes place every four years, although as of the last Olympics in 2016, Albania is yet to win a medal. Read more here in details

    Albania

    Brief History Officially called the Republic of Albania, the country’s early history dates to over 50,000 years, where traces of villages with people have been found through fossilised bones. In the middle ages, Albania was part of the Roman Empire. The 12th and 13th centuries there was a takeover of...

  • Andorra has a mixture of climates

    22nd of January 2022 09:02:07 AM

    Andorra has a mixture of climates, such as continental and alpine. The country’s elevation brings more snow in the winter and cool to warm summers. Spring and Autumn bring average temperatures and do not tend to vary much.read here in details

    Andorra

    Brief History Officially known as the Principality of Andorra, this small European nation is nestled on the border between the countries of France and Spain and has been a country since the 10th century when the country was ruled by the Count of Urgell. In the 13th century due to a dispute,...

  • The national dish of Albania

    21st of January 2022 11:27:16 AM

    The national dish of Albania is Tavë Kosi which is baked lamb and rice with a yogurt sauce. The rest of Albania’s cuisine is based on a Mediterranean diet. Know more here in details

    Albania

    Brief History Officially called the Republic of Albania, the country’s early history dates to over 50,000 years, where traces of villages with people have been found through fossilised bones. In the middle ages, Albania was part of the Roman Empire. The 12th and 13th centuries there was a takeover of...

  • The climate in Barbados is tropical

    20th of January 2022 06:55:03 AM

    The climate in Barbados is tropical, and it is quite hot and humid year-round. The temperatures are pleasant, usually not rising above mid 80 degrees Fahrenheit (about 30 degrees Celcius), and not going below low 70 degrees Fahrenheit (about 22 degrees Celcius.) Barbados has two seasons, a dry season from…

    Barbados

    Brief History The first indigenous inhabitants of Barbados were the Amerindians who had come from Venezuela. They were called the Arawaks, and in 1200 they were conquered by the Caribs. Later Portuguese came to Barbados from Brazil, they called the island Los Barbados (bearded-ones) presumably because the islands fig trees...

  • Antigua and Barbuda is a tropical climate

    19th of January 2022 06:22:02 AM

    Antigua and Barbuda is a tropical climate, which means that most of the year it is humid and hot. So, while there is the usual seasons, the winter and fall (autumn) are still quite warm and sunny. The cool dry season is from January to May, with the rainy season…

    Antigua And Barbuda

    Brief History Officially known as Antigua and Barbuda, the island nation is made up of two main islands, Antigua and Barbuda. It was the great explorer Christopher Columbus on one of his voyages to the region in 1493 that he first sighted the islands that are now Antigua and Barbuda....

  • The unoffical national dish of Algeria is Couscous

    18th of January 2022 08:18:32 AM

    The unoffical national dish of Algeria is Couscous. Couscous is also a very popular food in other countries as Couscous is a side dish that is steamed semolina, kind of like rice but smaller and more refined. Most dishes in Algeria are usually made and served some sort of a…

    Algeria

    Brief History Officially called the People’s Democratic Republic of Algeria, the country is the largest on the continent of Africa and is the largest Arab country in the world. Algeria is the 10th largest country in the world, so it’s a very big space. Early remnants of occupation in the what...

  • Andorra being a very mountains country,

    13th of January 2022 05:17:49 AM

    Andorra being a very mountains country, is famous for its participation in winter sports and are regular participants in the winter Olympics. There are also several other sports that are played in Andorra such as, Basketball, Football, also known a Soccer and Rugby. Rugby being one of the more traditional…

    Andorra

    Brief History Officially known as the Principality of Andorra, this small European nation is nestled on the border between the countries of France and Spain and has been a country since the 10th century when the country was ruled by the Count of Urgell. In the 13th century due to a dispute,...

  • Due to the mountainous and cold climate of Austria

    11th of January 2022 04:40:29 AM

    Due to the mountainous and cold climate of Austria, winter sports such as alpine skiing, ice hockey and snowboarding are very popular. The excellent conditions for these winter sports are one of the reasons that many tourists visit Austria. Austrian teams have won numerous awards and titles in alpine skiing…

    Austria

    Brief History The Republic of Austria is a country in Central Europe, located on the east side of the Alps. Humans have lived in the area now known as Austria as far back as the Stone Age. The name Austria has been used since 996 AD. It was ruled by...

  • Freestyle wrestling has often been regarded as the national sport of Azerbaijan

    10th of January 2022 04:50:27 AM

    Freestyle wrestling has often been regarded as the national sport of Azerbaijan. Although wrestling is a historically important sport in Azerbaijan, the most popular sports are actually football and chess. Water sports are popular in areas next to the Caspian sea. Many other sports are also popular, such as judo,…

    Azerbaijan

    Brief History Azerbaijan is a country in the Caucasus region of Eurasia—the area between the Black Sea and the Caspian sea. Its capital is Baku which borders the Caspian Sea. Historically, the word Azerbaijan referred to a larger area that formed part of Persia. This area was ruled in turn...

  • Sport is extremely significant in Belarus,

    8th of January 2022 06:53:14 AM

    Sport is extremely significant in Belarus, and Belarians have competed in international tournaments including the Olympics since the early 1950s. There are approximately 23,000 public sports facilities (swimming pools, gyms, stadiums, etc.) and several world-class sports facilities for professional players. Ice hockey is the most popular sport in Belarus. Track…

    Belarus

    Brief History Evidence of human life in the area that is now Belarus, goes back to the Stone Age. Historically we know that the Eastern Slavs from the Krivichi, Dregovichi, and Radimichi tribes arrived there from the 6th to the 8th centuries. The Grand Duchy of Lithuania began to rise...

  • Sports are an important part of life in Belgium

    7th of January 2022 05:07:18 AM

    Sports are an important part of life in Belgium, and there are around 28,000 sports clubs in the country. Like many other places, the biggest and most popular sport in Belgium is Football. Cycling is an important Belgian sport, and some of the greatest cycling races take place there. Eddy Merckx  is…

    Belgium

    Brief History The first settlers of Belgium were the Celtic tribe of Belgae. They lived in the area of Belgium until they were conquered by the Roman Empire in 100 BC. For the next 300 years, Belgium was a productive part of the Roman Empire. Then Germanic tribes invaded Belgium...

  • The national and main sport of Antigua and Barbuda is cricket

    6th of January 2022 05:03:20 AM

    The national and main sport of Antigua and Barbuda is cricket. What else would it be really, as the people of this island nation in the Caribbean just adore Cricket. They are obsessed. There is a national cricket team, but also many islanders play cricket for Leeward Islands and West…

    Antigua And Barbuda

    Brief History Officially known as Antigua and Barbuda, the island nation is made up of two main islands, Antigua and Barbuda. It was the great explorer Christopher Columbus on one of his voyages to the region in 1493 that he first sighted the islands that are now Antigua and Barbuda....

  • Cricket is the most popular sport in Barbados

    5th of January 2022 04:37:41 AM

    Cricket is the most popular sport in Barbados, and is also the national sport. Many great Cricketers have been from Barbados including Garfield Sobers, Frank Worrell, and Everton Weekes. The year-round sunny climate in Barbados makes it a popular place to play Golf. There is even a world-class golf course in Royal Westmoreland.…

    Barbados

    Brief History The first indigenous inhabitants of Barbados were the Amerindians who had come from Venezuela. They were called the Arawaks, and in 1200 they were conquered by the Caribs. Later Portuguese came to Barbados from Brazil, they called the island Los Barbados (bearded-ones) presumably because the islands fig trees...

  • The National Sport of The Bahamas is Cricket

    4th of January 2022 04:25:18 AM

    The national sport of The Bahamas is cricket. It is considered the oldest sport in The Bahamas, and has been played there since 1846. Although cricket is the national sport of The Bahamas, basketball is actually the most popular. It is one of the most common spectator sports along with…

    The Bahamas

    Brief History As early as 300 to 400 AD, people from Cuba migrated to The Bahamas and lived on seafood. Then from around 900-1500 AD, the Lucayan people settled on the islands. When Christopher Colombus arrived in the New World in 1492, there were about 40,000 Lucayans residing in The...

  • Although Belize is not Highly Involved

    3rd of January 2022 04:40:04 AM

    Although Belize is not highly involved in many professional sports competitions (partly for financial reasons), sport is still an important part of life. Football is considered the most popular sport in Belize, and is also the national sport. Other popular sports are basketball, cycling, softball, volleyball, cricket, rugby, and track…

    Belize

    Brief History The history of Belize dates back thousands of years to the time of the Mayans. The Mayans were an advanced civilization, they were skilled in mathematics, created their own calendar, and came up with the concept of the zero. The Mayans spread in the area that is now...

  • The People Of Argentina

    31st of December 2021 06:21:46 AM

    The people of Argentina are sports crazy, and it is a huge part of their culture, like many other south American countries. They are the world’s best at Polo which is a field game played with a ball and sticks while riding horses. It is no wonder that they are…

    Argentina

    Brief History Officially known as Republica Argentina in Spanish, Argentina has a long history, dating way back to the Palaeolithic period, to when there was the first recording of a human presence.  By the time the Spanish came to conquer in the early 16th century there was not the many native...

  • The Algerian culture is Diverse

    30th of December 2021 04:41:32 AM

    The Algerian culture is diverse, incorporated in its cuisine, music, religion and overall lifestyle. The country is mainly Islamic. Islam is a beautiful religion and way of life and is ingrained in the Algerian people. Along with the traditional Arabic influence, the French culture is also a large influence in…

    Algeria

    Brief History Officially called the People’s Democratic Republic of Algeria, the country is the largest on the continent of Africa and is the largest Arab country in the world. Algeria is the 10th largest country in the world, so it’s a very big space. Early remnants of occupation in the what...

  • The culture of Angola

    29th of December 2021 04:50:17 AM

    The culture of Angola and its people are very heavily influenced by the Portuguese nation, as for a very long time Portugal ruled Angolan land and its people. That said, the Angolan people have always had a native culture called Bantu. So, the culture is a mix of Portuguese culture…

    Angola

    Brief History Officially known as the Republic of Angola, but not always called Angola, and with a difficult history, Angola and its people have changed over a long period of time. Once the Kingdom of Kongo in the 14th century in the northern part of the country, and the Kingdom of...

  • Music is an Important Part Of Everyday Life

    27th of December 2021 05:19:53 AM

    Culture in Benin is very important as well as diverse. It is a blend of African culture with French influence. Music is an important part of everyday life in Benin and is also a big part of celebrations and religious purposes. Traditional clothing and textiles are also an important part…

    Benin

    Brief History The history of Benin can be split into three categories: pre-colonial, colonial, and postcolonial. There isn’t any written history of pre-colonial Benin, but we do know that during the 900s the Edo people settled in the West African rainforests. These people grew a successful kingdom led by a...

  • Afghanistan is Muslim

    25th of December 2021 05:41:48 AM

    About 99.7% of the population of Afghanistan is Muslim, and the Islam religion is an important part of the nation’s culture. It plays a part in how people dress, greet others, eat, and so much more. Art is an important part of the culture of Afghanistan, and the first known…

    Armenia

    Brief History Armenia is around 3500 years old, making it one of the oldest countries in the world. The oldest known ancestors of the Armenian people, the Hayasa-Azzy tribes, came from the highlands in western Asia. Around 3000 years ago, an Indo-European group called the Armens immigrated to Armenia from...

  • The Population of Afghanistan is Muslim

    24th of December 2021 04:36:23 AM

    About 99.7% of the population of Afghanistan is Muslim, and the Islam religion is an important part of the nation’s culture. It plays a part in how people dress, greet others, eat, and so much more. Art is an important part of the culture of Afghanistan, and the first known…

    Afghanistan

    Afghanistan, Officially called the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan, it is believed that civilizations have occupied the country for more than 50,000 years. The first documented history is from the Achaemenian dynasty, which controlled the area from 550 BC until 331 BC. Read more on

  • Armenia’s Culture is very Rich and Unique

    23rd of December 2021 04:40:44 AM

    Despite being a relatively small country, Armenia’s culture is very rich and unique. Architecture, literature, music, and dance are all important parts of culture in Armenia. Armenians are also known for weaving beautiful rugs and making intricate lace. Armenia has its own unique alphabet that was developed by Mesrop Mashtots…

    Armenia

    Brief History Armenia is around 3500 years old, making it one of the oldest countries in the world. The oldest known ancestors of the Armenian people, the Hayasa-Azzy tribes, came from the highlands in western Asia. Around 3000 years ago, an Indo-European group called the Armens immigrated to Armenia from...

  • The Culture of Bahrain

    22nd of December 2021 05:21:56 AM

    The culture of Bahrain is similar to that of its Arab neighbours in the Persian Gulf region. The state religion of Bahrain is Islam, and the majority of Bahraini citizens are Muslim. Most of the Bahraini Muslims are Shiites, and along with Iraq and Iran is one of three countries…

    Bahrain

    Brief History Bahrain was the site of the ancient Bronze Age civilization of Dilmun. It was an important trade center, linking trade routes between Mesopotamia and the Indus Valley as early as 5,000 years ago. Bahrain's location has made it susceptible to being ruled by many different empires throughout history....

  • The Culture of Bangladesh

    21st of December 2021 04:53:19 AM

    The culture of Bangladesh is rich and diverse and has evolved over centuries. Architecture, dance, literature, painting, and clothing are all important parts of the Bangladesh culture. Music is also an important part of the culture, and is divided into three groups: classical, modern, and folk. The press in Bangladesh…

    Bangladesh

    Brief History Humans have inhabited what is now Bangladesh for over 20,000 years. Not much is known about these ancient civilizations besides what was recorded by the Greeks and Romans. Bangladesh was ruled by ancient Buddhist and Hindu states until it became a part of the Bengal Sultanate for much...

  • The most prominent religion in Australia is Christianity

    20th of December 2021 04:42:20 AM

    Many people have migrated to Australia from around the world, making the culture very diverse. Much of Australia is sparsely populated desert and semi-arid land. Most of the population lives on the east and southeast coasts. These coastal areas are metropolitan and include the famous opera house in Sydney. This…

    Australia

    Brief History Indigenous peoples inhabited Australia for thousands of years before the Dutch and British arrived there. These people are commonly referred to as Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders. Dutch and British explorers first arrived in the seventeenth century, and Captain James Cook arrived in 1770. He mapped the east...

  • The Albanian Culture

    17th of December 2021 05:15:08 AM

    The Albanian culture is related to the main languages. Tosk and Gheg. The Tosk group to the south, with the Gheg to the north. Albania is home to many different religions. All religions are celebrated and embraced by the Albanian people. The eagle is the national symbol of Albania and…

    Albania

    Brief History Officially called the Republic of Albania, the country’s early history dates to over 50,000 years, where traces of villages with people have been found through fossilised bones. In the middle ages, Albania was part of the Roman Empire. The 12th and 13th centuries there was a takeover of...

  • The Culture of Andorra

    16th of December 2021 06:53:06 AM

    The culture of Andorra and its people are ingrained in the cultures of its bordering countries that are Spain and France. Andorra’s main cultural influence is Catalan. Catalonia is a region currently in Spain that also borders Andorra. The culture has its own specific take on the Catalonian culture. The…

    Andorra

    Brief History Officially known as the Principality of Andorra, this small European nation is nestled on the border between the countries of France and Spain and has been a country since the 10th century when the country was ruled by the Count of Urgell. In the 13th century due to a dispute,...

  • Being a Landlocked Country

    15th of December 2021 04:38:44 AM

    Being a landlocked country, Austria’s culture is greatly influenced by its neighbours. One major part of Austrian culture is music. Vienna has long been considered the music capital of Europe, and is home to world-class music schools. Many famous composers, including Johan Strauss, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, and Joseph Haydn all…

    Austria

    Brief History The Republic of Austria is a country in Central Europe, located on the east side of the Alps. Humans have lived in the area now known as Austria as far back as the Stone Age. The name Austria has been used since 996 AD. It was ruled by...

  • The Culture in Azerbaijan

    14th of December 2021 04:33:29 AM

    The culture in Azerbaijan is influenced by Iranian, Turkic, Caucasian, and Russian influences. Dance, folk art, literature, and music are all important parts of Azerbaijan culture. The country was one of the first to be involved in cinematography, the film industry dating back to 1898. Carpet weaving is also an…

    Azerbaijan

    Brief History Azerbaijan is a country in the Caucasus region of Eurasia—the area between the Black Sea and the Caspian sea. Its capital is Baku which borders the Caspian Sea. Historically, the word Azerbaijan referred to a larger area that formed part of Persia. This area was ruled in turn...

  • The Culture of Belarus

    13th of December 2021 04:52:12 AM

    The culture of Belarus has developed from several different factors. The physical environment, the early background of Belarusians, the surrounding countries, and the different religions have all been significant in its development. Music is an important part of Belarusian culture. Music festivals are very popular in Belarus, where a wide…

    Belarus

    Brief History Evidence of human life in the area that is now Belarus, goes back to the Stone Age. Historically we know that the Eastern Slavs from the Krivichi, Dregovichi, and Radimichi tribes arrived there from the 6th to the 8th centuries. The Grand Duchy of Lithuania began to rise...

  • Belgium is Bordered

    11th of December 2021 04:55:18 AM

    Belgium is bordered by four countries, and it also has three distinct regions that have their own distinct languages and cultures. Because of these factors, the culture of Belgium is very rich and diverse. Art is an important part of Belgium culture, including architecture, painting, and literature. Visits to museums…

    Belgium

    Brief History The first settlers of Belgium were the Celtic tribe of Belgae. They lived in the area of Belgium until they were conquered by the Roman Empire in 100 BC. For the next 300 years, Belgium was a productive part of the Roman Empire. Then Germanic tribes invaded Belgium...

  • The culture of Antigua & Barbuda

    10th of December 2021 04:48:53 AM

    The culture of Antigua & Barbuda and its people is influenced on many of the people’s African heritage along with British influence, as the country was colonized and ruled by Britain for a long time. Also, being a Caribbean nation, the creole culture is another influence. Music is also very…

    Antigua And Barbuda

    Brief History Officially known as Antigua and Barbuda, the island nation is made up of two main islands, Antigua and Barbuda. It was the great explorer Christopher Columbus on one of his voyages to the region in 1493 that he first sighted the islands that are now Antigua and Barbuda....

  • The culture of Barbados

    9th of December 2021 04:55:27 AM

    The culture of Barbados comes from a blend of West African and British cultures. Music and dance are both important in Barbados. The most popular styles of music are calypso, reggae, spouge, and soca, and often contain some elements of indigenous styles. Now contemporary and world music are also popular.…

    Barbados

    Brief History The first indigenous inhabitants of Barbados were the Amerindians who had come from Venezuela. They were called the Arawaks, and in 1200 they were conquered by the Caribs. Later Portuguese came to Barbados from Brazil, they called the island Los Barbados (bearded-ones) presumably because the islands fig trees...

  • Bahamian culture

    8th of December 2021 06:16:08 AM

    The Bahamas has a distinct culture that has developed over generations. It is influenced by a mix of primarily African, European, and American cultures. Music is a key part of Bahamian culture. The Bahamas has three indigenous forms of music and dance: Goombay, Rake ‘n’ Scrape, and Junkanoo. Read more here…

    The Bahamas

    Brief History As early as 300 to 400 AD, people from Cuba migrated to The Bahamas and lived on seafood. Then from around 900-1500 AD, the Lucayan people settled on the islands. When Christopher Colombus arrived in the New World in 1492, there were about 40,000 Lucayans residing in The...

  • East Indian live in Belize

    7th of December 2021 05:12:40 AM

    Many different ethnic groups, including Creole, European, Garifuna, Asian, Mayan, Mestizo, and East Indian live in Belize, making the culture very diverse. Each of these very different cultures has their own things to add to Belize, making it unique. Belize has more in common with its Caribbean island neighbours than…

    Belize

    Brief History The history of Belize dates back thousands of years to the time of the Mayans. The Mayans were an advanced civilization, they were skilled in mathematics, created their own calendar, and came up with the concept of the zero. The Mayans spread in the area that is now...

  • The culture of Argentina

    6th of December 2021 08:26:29 AM

    The culture of Argentina is heavily influenced on the Spanish culture, as it was the Spanish that colonized the land and region. The culture also has ties to the Italian culture, as this culture is also closely tied to the Spanish culture. The culture in general is called Latin, or…

    Argentina

    Brief History Officially known as Republica Argentina in Spanish, Argentina has a long history, dating way back to the Palaeolithic period, to when there was the first recording of a human presence.  By the time the Spanish came to conquer in the early 16th century there was not the many native...

  • 9 Spire Sun

    19th of November 2021 07:27:27 AM

    The national flag of Antigua and Barbuda consists of a red foreground, and a yellow, black, blue and white background. The red V stands for the victory, and the energy of its people. With the yellow 9 spire sun, standing for sun, with blue for sea and white for sand.…

    Antigua And Barbuda

    Brief History Officially known as Antigua and Barbuda, the island nation is made up of two main islands, Antigua and Barbuda. It was the great explorer Christopher Columbus on one of his voyages to the region in 1493 that he first sighted the islands that are now Antigua and Barbuda....

  • The Flag Of Belgium

    18th of November 2021 05:10:26 AM

    The flag of Belgium is a tricolor with three equal stripes of black, yellow, and red. It was adopted on January 23, 1831. The three colors symbolize the Belgium coat of arms, with black representing the shield, gold representing the lion, and red representing the lion’s claws and tongue. Click…

    Belgium

    Brief History The first settlers of Belgium were the Celtic tribe of Belgae. They lived in the area of Belgium until they were conquered by the Roman Empire in 100 BC. For the next 300 years, Belgium was a productive part of the Roman Empire. Then Germanic tribes invaded Belgium...

  • The Flag Of Belarus

    17th of November 2021 04:57:21 AM

    The flag of Belarus is red and green with a decorative red and white pattern on the left side. The green stripe symbolizes the future of Belarus, hope, and the forests and fields of Belarus. The red symbolizes freedom and the blood of the country’s defenders. The flag was adopted…

    Belarus

    Brief History Evidence of human life in the area that is now Belarus, goes back to the Stone Age. Historically we know that the Eastern Slavs from the Krivichi, Dregovichi, and Radimichi tribes arrived there from the 6th to the 8th centuries. The Grand Duchy of Lithuania began to rise...

  • The National Flag Of Austria

    16th of November 2021 04:38:14 AM

    The national flag of Austria is the second oldest country flag in the world. It has three stripes, the top and bottom ones are red and the middle one is white. The red in this flag symbolizes strength and bravery, and the white symbolizes truth and honesty. When the Austrian…

    Austria

    Brief History The Republic of Austria is a country in Central Europe, located on the east side of the Alps. Humans have lived in the area now known as Austria as far back as the Stone Age. The name Austria has been used since 996 AD. It was ruled by...

  • Spain and France

    15th of November 2021 04:23:38 AM

    One of the smallest countries in the Europe and in the entire world, Andorra is sandwiched right on the border between Spain and France, right in the Pyrenees mountains. The country is very mountainous based on where it’s situated, with the capital city wedged between a valley of a mountain…

    Andorra

    Brief History Officially known as the Principality of Andorra, this small European nation is nestled on the border between the countries of France and Spain and has been a country since the 10th century when the country was ruled by the Count of Urgell. In the 13th century due to a dispute,...

  • The Symbol Represents Islam

    13th of November 2021 04:55:16 AM

    The national flag of Algeria consists of a half and half green and white background, centred by a crescent and red star. The symbol represents Islam, which is the religion and faith of most of the population.  Know more here !

    Andorra

    Brief History Officially known as the Principality of Andorra, this small European nation is nestled on the border between the countries of France and Spain and has been a country since the 10th century when the country was ruled by the Count of Urgell. In the 13th century due to a dispute,...

  • Albania is Tavë Kosi

    12th of November 2021 04:44:48 AM

    The national dish of Albania is Tavë Kosi which is baked lamb and rice with a yogurt sauce. The rest of Albania’s cuisine is based on a Mediterranean diet. Soccer and weightlifting are the most popular posts in Albania. Albania represents in each Olympics that takes place every four years,…

    Albania

    Brief History Officially called the Republic of Albania, the country’s early history dates to over 50,000 years, where traces of villages with people have been found through fossilised bones. In the middle ages, Albania was part of the Roman Empire. The 12th and 13th centuries there was a takeover of...

  • Aboriginal Austrailians

    11th of November 2021 07:12:40 AM

    A typical meal in Australia would be made up of meat, potatoes, and vegetables. These types of foods are the result of British and Irish influence. “Bush Tucker ” was the food eaten by the Aboriginal Austrailians, the original inhabitants of Australia. Today Bush Tucker can be classified as any…

    Australia

    Brief History Indigenous peoples inhabited Australia for thousands of years before the Dutch and British arrived there. These people are commonly referred to as Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders. Dutch and British explorers first arrived in the seventeenth century, and Captain James Cook arrived in 1770. He mapped the east...

  • Independence of Bangladesh

    10th of November 2021 06:41:23 AM

    The national flag of Bangladesh is dark green with a red circle that is slightly to the left of the centre. The green represents the lush vegetation of Bangladesh land. The red circle represents both the sun rising over Bengal and the blood of those who died for the Independence…

    Bangladesh

    Brief History Humans have inhabited what is now Bangladesh for over 20,000 years. Not much is known about these ancient civilizations besides what was recorded by the Greeks and Romans. Bangladesh was ruled by ancient Buddhist and Hindu states until it became a part of the Bengal Sultanate for much...

  • Bahrain Consists

    29th of October 2021 10:40:55 AM

    The national flag of Bahrain consists of a band of white on the left, and a red area on the right split by five triangles. The five points represent the five pillars of Islam. The red part of the flag represents the beliefs of the Bahraini people, and the white…

    Bahrain

    Brief History Bahrain was the site of the ancient Bronze Age civilization of Dilmun. It was an important trade center, linking trade routes between Mesopotamia and the Indus Valley as early as 5,000 years ago. Bahrain's location has made it susceptible to being ruled by many different empires throughout history....

  • Armenia Consists

    29th of October 2021 05:41:29 AM

    The national flag of Armenia consists of three stripes, one red, one blue, and one orange. The red symbolizes the blood of Armenians killed in battle, the blue symbolizes the sky, and the orange symbolizes the courage of Armenia. Click on link for more details

    Armenia

    Brief History Armenia is around 3500 years old, making it one of the oldest countries in the world. The oldest known ancestors of the Armenian people, the Hayasa-Azzy tribes, came from the highlands in western Asia. Around 3000 years ago, an Indo-European group called the Armens immigrated to Armenia from...

  • Afghanistan is a Tricolour

    28th of October 2021 05:45:06 AM

    The national flag of Afghanistan is a tricolour. Black on the left, red in the middle, green on the right. With the national emblem in the middle. The flag has changed a lot over the years, however has not changed since 2004.Know more interesting facts here

    Afghanistan

    Brief History Officially called the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan, it is believed that civilizations have occupied the country for more than 50,000 years. The first documented history is from the Achaemenian dynasty, which controlled the area from 550 BC until 331 BC. Alexander the Great defeated the Achaemenian emperor between...

  • The National Flag

    27th of October 2021 05:50:15 AM

    The national flag of Benin is made up of two horizontal stripes (yellow and red) on the right side and a vertical green band on the left side. The green represents hope and revival, yellow the country’s wealth, and red the courage of ancestors. The current flag design was adopted…

    Benin

    Brief History The history of Benin can be split into three categories: pre-colonial, colonial, and postcolonial. There isn’t any written history of pre-colonial Benin, but we do know that during the 900s the Edo people settled in the West African rainforests. These people grew a successful kingdom led by a...

  • Largest Countries in Africa

    26th of October 2021 05:37:02 AM

    One of the largest countries in Africa, bordering with Zambia, Namibia and the Congo countries, Angola is situated on the western Atlantic coast of central Africa. Combined coastal lowlands, hills, mountains and high plateau’s, Angola has a varied terrain. The Atlantic Ocean lies to the west coast of the country.…

    Angola

    Brief History Officially known as the Republic of Angola, but not always called Angola, and with a difficult history, Angola and its people have changed over a long period of time. Once the Kingdom of Kongo in the 14th century in the northern part of the country, and the Kingdom of...

  • Hoggar Mountains

    25th of October 2021 06:09:53 AM

    A very large country in North West Africa, Algeria is the largest country on the continent of Africa. Largely flat desert in the south west of central area of the country. The Atlas Mountains are to the north, with the Hoggar Mountains to the south. Algeria is a land of…

    Algeria

    Brief History Officially called the People’s Democratic Republic of Algeria, the country is the largest on the continent of Africa and is the largest Arab country in the world. Algeria is the 10th largest country in the world, so it’s a very big space. Early remnants of occupation in the what...

  • The 3-Stripe

    23rd of October 2021 05:14:17 AM

    The national flag of Argentina came into place at the time of the war of independence. The 3-stripe blue and white horizontal flag was used then as a war flag in 1812, and later adopted as the national flag, with the sun added to the white stripe in 1816. The…

    Argentina

    Brief History Officially known as Republica Argentina in Spanish, Argentina has a long history, dating way back to the Palaeolithic period, to when there was the first recording of a human presence.  By the time the Spanish came to conquer in the early 16th century there was not the many native...

  • Time of the Mayans,

    22nd of October 2021 07:02:18 AM

    The history of Belize dates back thousands of years to the time of the Mayans. The Mayans were an advanced civilization, they were skilled in mathematics, created their own calendar, and came up with the concept of the zero. The Mayans spread in the area that is now Belize from…

    Belize

    Brief History The history of Belize dates back thousands of years to the time of the Mayans. The Mayans were an advanced civilization, they were skilled in mathematics, created their own calendar, and came up with the concept of the zero. The Mayans spread in the area that is now...

  • Christopher Colombus

    21st of October 2021 08:33:30 AM

    As early as 300 to 400 AD, people from Cuba migrated to The Bahamas and lived on seafood. Then from around 900-1500 AD, the Lucayan people settled on the islands. When Christopher Colombus arrived in the New World in 1492, there were about 40,000 Lucayans residing in The Bahamas. Within…

    The Bahamas

    Brief History As early as 300 to 400 AD, people from Cuba migrated to The Bahamas and lived on seafood. Then from around 900-1500 AD, the Lucayan people settled on the islands. When Christopher Colombus arrived in the New World in 1492, there were about 40,000 Lucayans residing in The...

  • Los Barbados

    20th of October 2021 06:38:15 AM

    The first indigenous inhabitants of Barbados were the Amerindians who had come from Venezuela. They were called the Arawaks, and in 1200 they were conquered by the Caribs. Later Portuguese came to Barbados from Brazil, they called the island Los Barbados (bearded-ones) presumably because the islands fig trees had a…

    Barbados

    Brief History The first indigenous inhabitants of Barbados were the Amerindians who had come from Venezuela. They were called the Arawaks, and in 1200 they were conquered by the Caribs. Later Portuguese came to Barbados from Brazil, they called the island Los Barbados (bearded-ones) presumably because the islands fig trees...

  • The British Empire

    19th of October 2021 07:13:37 AM

    Officially known as Antigua and Barbuda, the island nation is made up of two main islands, Antigua and Barbuda. It was the great explorer Christopher Columbus on one of his voyages to the region in 1493 that he first sighted the islands that are now Antigua and Barbuda. The British…

    Antigua And Barbuda

    Brief History Officially known as Antigua and Barbuda, the island nation is made up of two main islands, Antigua and Barbuda. It was the great explorer Christopher Columbus on one of his voyages to the region in 1493 that he first sighted the islands that are now Antigua and Barbuda....

  • Northern Belgium

    18th of October 2021 05:00:47 AM

    The first settlers of Belgium were the Celtic tribe of Belgae. They lived in the area of Belgium until they were conquered by the Roman Empire in 100 BC. For the next 300 years, Belgium was a productive part of the Roman Empire. Then Germanic tribes invaded Belgium and took…

    Belgium

    Brief History The first settlers of Belgium were the Celtic tribe of Belgae. They lived in the area of Belgium until they were conquered by the Roman Empire in 100 BC. For the next 300 years, Belgium was a productive part of the Roman Empire. Then Germanic tribes invaded Belgium...

  • Historically

    15th of October 2021 07:03:04 AM

    Evidence of human life in the area that is now Belarus, goes back to the Stone Age. Historically we know that the Eastern Slavs from the Krivichi, Dregovichi, and Radimichi tribes arrived there from the 6th to the 8th centuries. Know more here

    Belarus

    Brief History Evidence of human life in the area that is now Belarus, goes back to the Stone Age. Historically we know that the Eastern Slavs from the Krivichi, Dregovichi, and Radimichi tribes arrived there from the 6th to the 8th centuries. The Grand Duchy of Lithuania began to rise...

  • Ottoman and Russian

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    Azerbaijan is a country in the Caucasus region of Eurasia—the area between the Black Sea and the Caspian Sea. Its capital is Baku which borders the Caspian Sea. Historically, the word Azerbaijan referred to a larger area that formed part of Persia. This area was ruled in turn by the…

  • Stone Age

    13th of October 2021 07:13:03 AM

    The Republic of Austria is a country in Central Europe, located on the east side of the Alps. Humans have lived in the area now known as Austria as far back as the Stone Age. The name Austria has been used since 996 AD. Read more-

    Austria

    Brief History The Republic of Austria is a country in Central Europe, located on the east side of the Alps. Humans have lived in the area now known as Austria as far back as the Stone Age. The name Austria has been used since 996 AD. It was ruled by...

  • Count of Urgell

    12th of October 2021 10:22:02 AM

    Officially known as the Principality of Andorra, this small European nation is nestled on the border between the countries of France and Spain and has been a country since the 10th century when the country was ruled by the Count of Urgell. Read more-

    Andorra

    Brief History Officially known as the Principality of Andorra, this small European nation is nestled on the border between the countries of France and Spain and has been a country since the 10th century when the country was ruled by the Count of Urgell. In the 13th century due to a dispute,...

  • Fossilised Bones

    11th of October 2021 11:11:51 AM

    Officially called the Republic of Albania, the country’s early history dates to over 50,000 years, where traces of villages with people have been found through fossilised bones. In the middle ages, Albania was part of the Roman Empire. The 12th and 13th centuries there was a takeover of the territory. Read…

    Albania

    Brief History Officially called the Republic of Albania, the country’s early history dates to over 50,000 years, where traces of villages with people have been found through fossilised bones. In the middle ages, Albania was part of the Roman Empire. The 12th and 13th centuries there was a takeover of...

  • Torres Strait Islanders

    9th of October 2021 07:28:23 AM

    Indigenous peoples inhabited Australia for thousands of years before the Dutch and British arrived there. These people are commonly referred to as Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders. Dutch and British explorers first arrived in the seventeenth century, and Captain James Cook arrived in 1770.

    Australia

    Brief History Indigenous peoples inhabited Australia for thousands of years before the Dutch and British arrived there. These people are commonly referred to as Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders. Dutch and British explorers first arrived in the seventeenth century, and Captain James Cook arrived in 1770. He mapped the east...

  • British East India Company

    8th of October 2021 11:57:52 AM

    In the late 1700s, Bengal was the first region of the Indian subcontinent to be conquered by the British East India Company. After the British left in 1947, British India was partitioned and the region of Bengal was given to Pakistan. After a long struggle for Independence, which resulted in…

    Bangladesh

    Brief History Humans have inhabited what is now Bangladesh for over 20,000 years. Not much is known about these ancient civilizations besides what was recorded by the Greeks and Romans. Bangladesh was ruled by ancient Buddhist and Hindu states until it became a part of the Bengal Sultanate for much...

  • Civilization of Dilmun

    7th of October 2021 05:23:17 AM

    Bahrain was the site of the ancient Bronze Age civilization of Dilmun. It was an important trade center, linking trade routes between Mesopotamia and the Indus Valley as early as 5,000 years ago. Bahrain’s location has made it susceptible to being ruled by many different empires throughout history. READ MORE!

    Bahrain

    Brief History Bahrain was the site of the ancient Bronze Age civilization of Dilmun. It was an important trade center, linking trade routes between Mesopotamia and the Indus Valley as early as 5,000 years ago. Bahrain's location has made it susceptible to being ruled by many different empires throughout history....

  • Armenian People

    7th of October 2021 05:19:48 AM

    Armenia is around 3500 years old, making it one of the oldest countries in the world. The oldest known ancestors of the Armenian people, the Hayasa-Azzy tribes, came from the highlands in western Asia. Read more on

    Armenia

    Brief History Armenia is around 3500 years old, making it one of the oldest countries in the world. The oldest known ancestors of the Armenian people, the Hayasa-Azzy tribes, came from the highlands in western Asia. Around 3000 years ago, an Indo-European group called the Armens immigrated to Armenia from...

  • Afghanistan

    6th of October 2021 09:42:24 AM

    Afghanistan, Officially called the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan, it is believed that civilizations have occupied the country for more than 50,000 years. The first documented history is from the Achaemenian dynasty, which controlled the area from 550 BC until 331 BC. Read more on

    Afghanistan

    Brief History Officially called the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan, it is believed that civilizations have occupied the country for more than 50,000 years. The first documented history is from the Achaemenian dynasty, which controlled the area from 550 BC until 331 BC. Alexander the Great defeated the Achaemenian emperor between...

  • The history of Benin

    4th of October 2021 10:32:20 AM

    The history of Benin can be split into three categories: pre-colonial, colonial, and postcolonial. There isn’t any written history of pre-colonial Benin, but we do know that during the 900s the Edo people settled in the West African rainforests. Read more on

    Benin

    Brief History The history of Benin can be split into three categories: pre-colonial, colonial, and postcolonial. There isn’t any written history of pre-colonial Benin, but we do know that during the 900s the Edo people settled in the West African rainforests. These people grew a successful kingdom led by a...

  • Angola, officially

    1st of October 2021 01:01:10 PM

    Angola, officially known as the Republic of Angola, but not always called Angola, and with a difficult history, Angola and its people have changed over a long period of time. Once the Kingdom of Kongo in the 14th century in the northern part of the country, and the Kingdom of…

    Angola

    Brief History Officially known as the Republic of Angola, but not always called Angola, and with a difficult history, Angola and its people have changed over a long period of time. Once the Kingdom of Kongo in the 14th century in the northern part of the country, and the Kingdom of...

  • Democratic Republic of Algeria

    28th of September 2021 11:30:36 AM

    ALGERIA, a country on the continent of Africa, Officially called the People’s Democratic Republic of Algeria, the country is the largest on the continent of Africa and is the largest Arab country in the world. Algeria is the 10th largest country in the world, so it’s a very big space.…

    Algeria

    Brief History Officially called the People’s Democratic Republic of Algeria, the country is the largest on the continent of Africa and is the largest Arab country in the world. Algeria is the 10th largest country in the world, so it’s a very big space. Early remnants of occupation in the what...