top 10  facts of the world

top 10 facts of the world

top 10  facts of the world:




top 10  facts of the world


  • A newly discovered species of rust- eating bacteria will have consumed the wreck of the Titanic within 20 years 


  • There's a conspiracy theory saying the Titanic never sunk , Instead it was her sister ship the Olympic and it was an insurance scam


  • In 1898 14 years before the Titanic sunk author Morgan Robertson wrote a book about an unsinkable ship called the Titan that crashed into iceberg and sank


  • A priest on the Titanic refused to board a lifeboat twice . Instead he stayed behind to   to hear confession and give absolution to the people left on the ship 


  • A man who survived the sinking of a ship in 1871 was finaly able to overcome his fears and decided to sail again in 1912 ; he died in the sinking of the Titanic 


  • After the Titanic Sank the families of the band members were killed by White Star Lie foe the coast of the uniforms worn as the band members died



  • Kim II sung founder of North Korea was born on the day the Titanic sank



  • It took 73 years to find the wreck of the Titanic



  • Kate Winslet who played in the movie Titanic hated the song My Heart will Go On and said it makes her feel like throwing up



  • Ships today's are more likely to encounter an iceberg than the Titanic was



  • The iceberg that sank the Titanic began its journey somewhere around 1000 B.C.



  • Not a single engineer out the 30 made it off the Titanic they stayed and kept the power on so others could escape



  • 53% of the people on the Titanic could have survived using the life boats only 31 % did




  • Nearly a dozen couple were celebrating their honeymoon on the Titanic



  • The most expensive first class suites in the Titanic were to have cost up to $870 ( 75156
interesting facts about Companies

interesting facts about Companies

interesting facts about Companies:



McDonald's

If you live in U.S. your are more then 115 miles (185 KM) away from McDonald's.
McDonald's Big Mac is used as an economics index to compare purchasing power between
currencies and countries. A McDonald's website for its workers tells them to avoid fast food.
There's McDonald's with turqouise arches in Sedona, Arizona.

McDonald's used to sell pizza in 70s. It Takes the average McDonald's employee 7 months to earn
what a CEO makes in an hour. McDonald's makes about US$75 million per day. McDonald's is
not the world's largest restaurant chain. Subway is. The Queen of England owns a McDonald's
near Buckingham palace.McDonald's golden arches are recognized by more people than the cross.
McDonald's is the world's largest distributor of toys. MaCdonld's restaurant feed 68 million
people per day. That's more than the entire population of the U.K.

McDonald's opens a new restaurant every 14.5 hours. McDonald's first menu items were
hot dogs, not hamburger. Siri was supposed to be for android and blackberry phones before Siri
inc was bought by apple back in April of 2010. 60% of apps in the apple App store have never
been downloaded. The battery of an Apple Macbook could save you from a gunshot: it's
bulletproof. You have a better chance of getting accepted to Harvard University than getting
a job at the Apple store.

Apple's iPhone


Apple's iPhone consumes US $0.25 worth of electricity per year if it's fully charged once a day.
Apple is worth more than the Entire Russian Stock Market. In the first quarter of 2014, apple
earned more than Google, Facebook, and Amazon combined.

Samsung


"Samsung" makes about 30% of the A8 chips that go into Apple's iPhone 6. If you use iTunes,
you have already agreed not to use Apple products to creat nuclear weapons. If you would
have bought an iPhone in 1991, part by part, it would have cost you US$3.56 million. The Creater
of the iPod first offered the idea to Philips and RealNetworks, but they failed to see its potential.

In Japan's Apple Store, there was a fan who started waiting in line 7 months early for iPhone 6.
The world most Valuable brands are Apple, Microsoft, and Google. Apple's iPhone has higher
sales than everything Microsoft has to offer. Apple has more operating cash than the U.S. Treasury.
facts about Angola

facts about Angola

facts about Angola:


Nationality: Angolan
Languages: Portuguese
Religions: Indigenous believes , Roman Catholics and Protestants
Population: 19,625,155
Median Age: 18 years
Population Growth rate:  2.178%
Birth Rate:  3.88 %
Death Rate:  1.20%
Capital: Luanda
Electricity Production:  5.512 billion kWh
Electricity Exports: 0 kwh
Electricity Import: 0 kwh
Telephone Landlines: 280000
Telephone- Mobile Cellular : 14.1 million
Airports: 176
Airports with Paved Runways: 31
Heliports: 1
Railways: 2852 km
Road Ways: 51,429 km
Water Ways: 1300 km
Passport Validity: six months


facts about Angola


Angola History :

Angola is still rebuilding its country since the end of a 27 year civil war in 2002
Fighting between the Popular Movement for the Liberation of Angola , led by Jose Eduardo Dos Santos and the National Union foe the Total Independence of Angola led by Jonas Savimbi followed independence from Portugal in 1975

Economy ;
Angola's economy is overwhelmingly driven by its sector
Oil production and its supporting activities contribute about 50% of GDP more than 70% of government revenue and more than 90% of the country's exports .

Facts Angola



interesting facts about Ecuador

interesting facts about Ecuador

interesting facts about Ecuador:


Nationality: Ecuadorian
Languages: Spanish
Religions: Roman Catholic
Population: 15,868,396
Median Age: 27 years
Population Growth rate: 1.35%
Birth Rate:  1.85%
Death Rate: 0.51%
Capital: Quito
Electricity Production:  22.85 billion kWh
Electricity Exports: 12 million kWh
Electricity Import: 238 kWh
Telephone Landlines: 2.44 million
Telephone- Mobile Cellular 16.6 million
Airports: 432
Airports with Paved Runways:   104
Heliports: 2
Railways: 965 km
Road Ways: 43,670 km
Water Ways: 1500
Passport Validity: 6 months


interesting facts about Ecuador


Ecuador History


Quito became a seat of Spanish colonial government in 1563 and part of the Vice Royalty of New Granada in 1717 .
When Quito Withdrew in 1830 the traditional name was changed in favor of Republic of the Equator . Between 1904 and 1942 Ecuador lost territories in a series of conflicts with Its neighbors


Economy:

Ecuador is substantially dependent on its petroleum resources , which have accounted for more than half of the country's export earnings and approximately 25% of public sector revenues in Recent years


Ecuador Facts



facts about Belarus

facts about Belarus

facts about Belarus:


Nationality:  Belarusian
Languages: Russian
Religions: Eastern Orthodox
Population: 9,589,689
Median Age: 39.6 years
Population Growth rate: -0.2%
Birth Rate:  1.07%
Death Rate: 1.33%
Capital: Minsk
Electricity Production: 31.5 billion kWh
Electricity Exports: 3.704 billion kWh
Electricity Import: 66.71 billion kWh
Telephone Landlines: 4.5 million
Telephone- Mobile Cellular : 11.4 million
Airports: 65
Airports with Paved Runways: 33
Heliports: 1
Railways: 5528 km
Road Ways: 86,392 km
Water Ways: 2500 km
Passport Validity: Must be Valid for at least 3 months beyond scheduled departure


facts about Belarus


History of Belarus

After seven decades as a constituent republic of the USSR , Belarus attained its independence in 1991

It has retained closer political and economic ties to Russia than love any of the other former Soviet Republic

Economy:

As part of the former Soviet Union Belarus had a relatively well developed though aging industrial base; it retained this industrial base which is now outdated energy inefficient and dependent on subsidized Russian energy and preferential access to Russian markets- following the breakup of the USSR

Facts Belarus

interesting facts about Sri Lanka

interesting facts about Sri Lanka

interesting facts about Sri Lanka:

Nationality: Sri Lankan
Languages: Sinhala , Tamil
Religions: Buddhist Hindu and Muslims
Population: 22,053,488
Median Age: 32.1 years
Population Growth rate: 0.84%
Birth Rate:  1.58%
Death Rate:
Capital:Colombo
Electricity Production: 11.8 billion kWh
Electricity Exports: 0 kWh
Electricity Import: 0 kWh
Telephone Landlines: 2.7 million
Telephone- Mobile Cellular :   22.1 million
Airports: 19
Airports with Paved Runways:   15
Heliports: 1
Railways: 1447 km
Road Ways:  114,093 km
Water Ways: 160 km
Passport Validity: Must be valid for six months from expected date of departure

interesting facts about Sri Lanka



Introduction:

The First Sinhales arrived in Sri Lanka late in the 6th century B.C probably from northern India#
Buddhism was introduced in about the mid-third century B.C. and a great civilization developed at the cities of Anuradhapura and Polonnaruwa

Economy :

Sri Lanka continues to experience strong economic growth following the end of the government's 26 year conflict with Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam


Facts Sri Lanka





interesting facts Ireland

interesting facts Ireland

interesting facts Ireland:

Nationality: Irishman, Irishwoman
Languages: English,
Religions: Roman Catholic
Population: 4,892,305
Median Age: 36.1%
Population Growth rate: 1.25%
Birth Rate:  1.48%
Death Rate:  0.65%
Capital: Dublin
Electricity Production: 26.09 billion kWh
Electricity Exports: 389 million kWh
Electricity Import: 2.716 billion kWh
Telephone Landlines: 2.02 million
Telephone- Mobile Cellular : 2.9 million
Airports: 40
Airports with Paved Runways: 24
Heliports: ---
Railways: 3237 km
Road Ways: 96036 km
Water Ways: 956 km
Passport Validity: Must be valid at point of entry


Introduction: 
Celtic tribes arrived on the island between 600 and 150 B.C.. Invasions by Norsemen that began in the late 8th century were finally ended when King Brian BORU defeated the Danes in 1014
Ireland joined the EU community in 1973 and the euro zone currency union in 1999.

Economy:
Ireland is  small modern trade- dependent economy . Ireland was among the initial group of 12 EU nations that began circulating the euro on January 2002


interesting facts Ireland

Facts Ireland 



  • Ireland is called Eire in Irish and also known as the republic of Ireland 


  • "Ireland" covers five-sixths of the island of the same name , the remaining one-sixth of the island of Northern Ireland , which is part of the  United Kingdom


  • Irish capital Dublin is home to over one quarter of the total population 
  • Ireland has won the Euro vision Song Contest a record seven times 


  • The world famous Guinness beer is from Ireland , it originated in the Dublin brewery of Arthur Guinness 


  • At the Olympics boxing is Ireland's most successful sport




interesting facts  animals

interesting facts animals

interesting facts animals:


interesting facts  animals

  • Plants and warm-blooded animals closer to the equator tend to be darker.
  • Gelatin is derived from collagen, a protein collected from animal skin.
  • 1/3 of pet owners let their animals sleep in bed with them.

  • Dolphins have the longest memory in the animal kingdom.
  • The last animal in the dictionary is the Zyzzyva, a Tropical weevil.
  • Pope Paul VI claimed that animals can go to heaven.
  • Humans have caused 322 animal extinctions over the past 500 years.

  • Calvin Klein's "Obsession for Men" is spread in camera traps because it attracts wild cats and other animals.

  • The Wood frog and other animals have the ability to freeze solid during winter, thaw in the spring and remain perfectly healthy.

  • Heavily hunted animals live in Chernobyl, because it is safer where there are no humans.

  • The Chinese soft shelled turtle is the first animal known to pee via its mouth.
  • 70% of all animals in the jungle rely on figs for their survival.
  • The Deepest Living animal ever found is a "devil worm" living 2.2. miles (3.6 kilometers) below.
  • A "Panther" is not a real animal, it is actually a term used to describe black cougars, jaguars and leopards.

interesting facts  animals

  • Animals react to social pressure much as humans do, a study concluded.
  • Small animals sense time slower than humans.

  • 80% of all animals on earth are insects.
  • Looking at cute animal pictures at work can make you more productive,a study claims.

  • Mosquitoes prefer blood type "0" to any other.
  • Only Female Mosquitoes drink blood. Males are vegetarians.
  • Male seahorses can get pregnant.
  • Koalas sleep up to 20 hours a day.

  • Rabbits often sleep with their eyes open. Sea otters hold hands when they sleep so they don't drift away from each other.

  • A snail can sleep for 3 years. Only one-half of a dolphin's brain goes to sleep at a time.
interesting facts  animals
  • Elephant brains can weigh as much as 5 KG (11 LB), more than the brain of any other land animal. Mouse sperm is larger than elephant sperm.
  • Elephant can detect rain 150 miles away. On one episode of "Price is Right," an elephant was offered as a "bonus prize." The contestant won, insisted
  • on the prize, and a live elephant from Kenya had to be delivered to him.
  • Elephants can differentiate between men and women, and between different ethnicity, when they hear a voice.
  • An elephant can small water 12 miles away.
  • African elephants can distinguish human languages, genders and ages associated with danger.
  • Elephants are pregnant for 2 years. An elephant's pair of tusks may exceed 441 pounds (200kg).
  • An adult elephant requires up to 300 kg of food and 160 liters of water per day.

  • Elephants normally only sleep 2 or 3 hours each day. Elephants are the only mammals, besides humans, to have chins. Elephants are scared of bees.
  • When the "Elephant Whisperer" Lawrence Anthony died, a herd of elephants arrived at his house to mourn him. Edison electrocuted an elephant in the 1903 to prove Tesla's AC current was dangerous. African elephants have the best sense of smell in the animal kingdom.
  • About 100 elephants are being killed every day for their ivory.

  • Elephants can get sunburned so they protect themselves with sand. The largest elephant on record weighed about 24,000 pounds (10.886 kg) with a height of 13 feet (3.96 m). Elephants can hear one another's trumpeting calls up to 5 miles (8 kilometers) away.


  • The strongest creatures on Earth are gonorrhea bacteria. They can pull 100,000 times their own body weight. Some lizards squirt blood out of their eyes as protection against predators.

  • Dolphins sleep with one eye open.
  • The eye of a giant squid can measure the same as volleyball ball.

  • Bees have five eyes.

  • Chameleons can move their eyes in two directions at the same time.

  • Black lemurs are through to be the only primates, besides humans, to have blue eyes.

  • An Ostrich's eye is bigger than its brain.

  • Cats can't see directly below their noses. Cats can swallow and digest their food without chewing it. Cat kidneys are so efficient they can rehydrate by drinking seawater.



interesting facts about  Antarctica

interesting facts about Antarctica

interesting facts about  Antarctica:

interesting facts about  Antarctica


  • Antarctica is the largest desert in the world 
  • The coldest place in the world is a high ridge in Antarctica where the temperature can dip below -133 f ( -92 c)
  • Antarctica is the only continent without reptiles 
  • Some parts of Antarctica have had no rain or snow for last 2 million years .
  • There is a waterfall in Antarctica that runs red as blood 
  • 90% of the world's fresh water is in Antarctica
  • There are no polar bears in Antarctica , only in the Arctic
  • Antarctica has only one ATM. 
  • Antarctica is the coldest windiest, highest and driest continent on Earth
  • You cannot work in Antarctica unless your wisdom teeth and appendix are removed 
  • Chile has a civilian town in Antarctica, complete with a school , hospital hostel post office Internet , Tv and mobile coverage 
  • Antarctica is the only continent without a time zone 
  • The ice sheet of "Antarctica" has been in existence for at least 40 million years
  • The highest temperature ever recorded in Antarctica is 58.2 f ( 14.5 c)
  • There are 300 lakes beneath Antarctica that are kept from freezing by the warmth of Earth's core
  • Husky dogs have been banded from Antarctica since 1994
  • The Southern Most active volcanoes is in Antarctica . It spews crystals and is very close to the US Research Center 
  • There are at least seven Christian Churches in Antarctica 
  • A scientist in Antarctica got a date through Tinder with a girl camping just 45 minutes away 
  • Antarctica is about 1.5 times the size of the U.S.
  • Winds in some places of Antarctica can reach 200 mph (320 km/h)
  • The average thickness of ice in Antarctica is about 1 mile (1.6)
  • The largest iceberg ever measured is bigger than Jamaica;11000 sq km (4200 sq miles). It broke away from Antarctica in 2000
  • Australia claims to own the largest territory in Antarctica: 5.8 million sq km ( 2.2 million sq miles)
  • Most of Antarctica is covered in ice: less than 1% is premanantly ice-free
  • Ants have colonized almost every landmass on Earth except for Antarctica and a few remote or inhospitable islands



facts about Denmark

facts about Denmark

facts about Denmark:


Nationality: Dane
Languages:  Danish
Religions: Evangelical 
Population: 5,581,503
Median Age: 41.8 years 
Population Growth rate: 0.22%
Birth Rate:   1.03 %
Death Rate: 1.03%
Capital: Copenhagen 
Electricity Production:29.85 billion kWh
Electricity Exports: 10.38 billion kWh
Electricity Import: 11.46 billion kWh
Telephone Landlines: 1.88 million 
Telephone- Mobile Cellular : 7.1 million 
Airports: 80
Airports with Paved Runways: 28
Heliports: ---
Railways: 2414 km 
Road Ways: 73929 km 
Water Ways: 400 km 
Passport Validity: Must be valid at least three months beyond your date of departure


Introduction:

Once the  seat of Viking raiders and later a major north European power , Denmark has evolved into a participating in the general political and economic integration of Europe 

Economy:

This thoroughly modern market economy features a high-tech agricultural sector , state of the art industry with world-leading firms in pharmaceuticals maritme shipping and renewable energy and a high dependence on foreign trade 


facts about Denmark

Facts Denmark

  • Denmark's national sports is Soccer
  • The national team won the European Championships in 1992


  • Denmark is a strong cycling nation with Bjarne Riis winning the Tour DE France in 1996 and 2012




  • The Denmark men's handball team have won the most medals in European Championship



  • The official name of Denmark is the Kingdom of Denmark



  • The official language of Denmark is Danish which is  language similar to Norwegian and Swedish



  • As of 2013 Denmark has 14 Nobel laureates mainly in Literature 4, Physiology 4 and 5 in Medicine Field .



  • Denmark is on of the highest numbers of Nobel laureates per Capita in the world



  • Denmark is part of the European Union but they own their own currency Danish Krone



  • International surveys and studies often rank Denmark as he happiest place in the world based on standards of health welfare and education



  • Around 65% of Denmark is farmland and 11% woodlands. Denmark also has many beautiful beaches around its coastline



  • Denmark is a relatively flat country with the highest natural point Mollehoj , rising to just 170.86 m and the country's average height above sea level is 31 m



  • LEGO was invented in Denmark . Legoland and the company headquaters are located in Billund on the Jutland Peninsula



interesting facts about Hungary

interesting facts about Hungary

interesting facts about Hungary:




Nationality: Hungarian
Languages: Hungarian
Religions: Roman Catholic
Population: 9,897,541
Median Age: 41.4 years
Population Growth rate: -0.22%
Birth Rate:  0.91%
Death Rate:  1.27%
Capital: Budapest
Electricity Production:34.28 billion kWh
Electricity Exports: 4.76 billion kWh
Electricity Import: 16.64 billion kWh
Telephone Landlines: 3.01 million
Telephone- Mobile Cellular: 11.70 million
Airports: 41
Airports with Paved Runways: 20
Heliports: 3
Railways: 8049 km
Road Ways: 199,567 km
Water Ways: 1622 km
Passport Validity: Must be valid for at least three months beyond your planned date of departure




Introduction :
Hungary became a Christian kingdom in A.D 1000 and for many centuries served as a bulwark against Ottoman Turkish expansion in Europe
The kingdom eventually became part off the polyglot Austro-Hungarian Empire which collapsed during world war II


Economy:

Hungary has made the transition from a centrally planned to a market economy with a per capita income nearly two thirds that of the EU-28 average
The Global economic down turn declining exports and low domestic consumption and investment dampened by government austerity measures resulted in a severe economic contraction in 2009


interesting facts about Hungary

Facts Hungary



  • Hungary is a land locked Central European Country that shares a border with seven countries , Including Slovakia , Ukraine , Romania , Serbia and Croatia



  • The highest point in Hungary is Kekes 1014 m in the Matra Mountains .



  • The official language o Hungary is Hungarian



  • Hungary cam under the rule of the Soviet union and a four decade long repressive communist state .



  • Hungary is a popular country for tourist attracting . There are 10.2 million tourists visit Hungary per year



  • "Hungary" has a popular spa and bath culture with around 1500 thermal water springs and 450 public baths .



  • Budapest has many grand spas such as the famous Gellert Baths and the Szechenyi Thermal Baths .



  • Hungary is also famous for its mathematicians including the designer of modern geometry Farkas Bolyai and his Son Designer non-Eulidian geometry Janos Bolyai



  • Historically Hungary won 3 Olympics titles , and made two world cup finals



interesting facts about Portugal

interesting facts about Portugal

interesting facts about Portugal:


Nationality: Portuguese
Languages: Portuguese
Religions: Roman Catholic
Population: 10,825,309
Median Age: 441.5 years
Population Growth rate: 0.09%
Birth Rate:  0.93%
Daeath Rate: 1.10%
Capital: Lisbon
Electricity Production: 51.67 billion kWh
Electricity Exports: 5.324 billion kWh
Electricity Import: 8.1 billion kWh
Telephone Landlines: 4.59 million
Telephone- Mobile Cellular: 11.9 million
Airports: 64
Airports with Paved Runways: 43
Heliports: ---
Railways: 3075 km
Road Ways: 82900 km
Water Ways: 210 km
Passport Validity: Must be valid for at least three months when you want to departure

interesting facts about Portugal



Introduction:
In 1910 revolution deposed the monarchy for most of the next six decades repressive government ran the country. In 1974 a left wing millitary coup installed broad democratic reforms .
Portugal is a founding country of NATO and entered the EC ( Noe the EU ) in 1986

Economy:
Portugal has become a diversified and increasingly service-based economy since joining the European Community the EU's predecessor in 1986.


Portugal facts :


facts about Czech Republic

facts about Czech Republic

facts about Czech Republic:

Nationality: Czech
Languages: Czech , Moravian
Religions: Roman Catholic , Protestant
Population: 10,644,842
Median Age: 41.3
Population Growth rate:   0.16%
Birth Rate:  0.96%
Death Rate: 1.03 %
Capital: Prague
Electricity Production: 81.71 billion kWh
Electricity Exports: 27.46 billion kWh
Electricity Import: 10.57 kWh
Telephone Landlines: 1.89 million
Telephone- Mobile Cellular : 14 million
Airports: 128
Airports with Paved Runways:   41
Heliports: 1
Railways: 9621 km
Road Ways: 130,661 km
Water Ways: 664 km
Passport Validity: Must be valid for at least three months beyond your planned date of departure


Introduction:
The the close of World War I, The Czechs and Slovaks of the former Austro-Hungarian Empire merged to form Czechoslovakia

Economy:

The Czech Republic is a stable and prosperous market economy , closely integrated with the EU , especially since the country's EU accession in 2004


facts about Czech Republic


Facts Czech Republic

  • Czechoslovakia became a communist ruled state in 1948
  • On January 1 1993 the country of Czechoslovakia was dissolved into the current countries of Czech Republic and Slovakia 
  • Prague is the capital of the Czech Republic . History Prague has been the capital of the Holy Roman Empire an important city in Austria - Hungary and the capital of Czechoslovakia 
  • The "Czech Republic" has population of over 10.5 million people as 2013
  • The highest point in the Czech Republic is Snezka at 602 m 
  • Tourism is the main source of income in Czech Republic Economy 
  • According to Survey Prague was the 6th most visited city in the Europe and the tourist industry employees over 1% of the populations 
  • The main official language of Czech Republic is Czech , The Slovic language of Slovakia is similar to Czech and is recognized as a minority language in the country 
  • The currency of the Czech Republic is Koruna
  • Skoda Auto the large European car manufacturer is from the Czech Republic 
  • The most popular sports in Czech Republic are ice hockey , football sports shooting tennis basket ball and volley ball
  • The Czech Ice hockey team won Olympic Gold in 1998 and has won 6 Gold medals at the world Championships 
interesting facts about Morocco

interesting facts about Morocco

interesting facts about Morocco:

Nationality: Moroccan
Languages: Arabic
Religions: Muslims
Population: 33,322,699
Median Age: 28.5 years
Population Growth rate: 1%
Birth Rate:  1.82 %
Daeath Rate: 0.48%
Capital: Rabat
Electricity Production: 23.65 billion kWh
Electricity Exports: 818 million kWh
Electricity Import: 5.56 billion kWh
Telephone Landlines: 2.49 million
Telephone- Mobile Cellular: 44 million
Airports: 55
Airports with Paved Runways: 31
Heliports: 1
Railways: 2067 km
Road Ways: 58,395 km
Water Ways: ---
Passport Validity:  Must be valid at the time of entry

Introduction:
In 788 about a century after the Arab conquest of North Africa a series of Moroccan Muslim dynasty began to rule in Morocco . In the 16th century the Sadist monarchy particularly under Ahmed al-Mansur ( 1578-1603 ) repelled foreign invaders and inaugurated a golden age

Economy:

Morroc has captilized on its proximity to Europe and relatively low labor costs to build a diverse open market oriented economy
Morroco also seeks to expand its renewable energy capacity with a goal of making renewable more than 40% of electricity output by 2020

interesting facts about Morocco

 facts about Morocco


  • Critically endangered Northern Bald Ibis are found in "Morocco" 
  • The Morocco National football team were the first African team to win a group at the world Cup.
  • Moroccan cuisine is a mixture of European and African cuisine , due to its location between Europe and Africa
  • The traditional dress for men and women is called djellaba ; a long , loose , hooded garment with full sleeves 
  • Morocco's war exercise known as Fantasias is very popular where armed men on horseback perform acrobatic tricks and stunts 
  • List of  reptiles of Morocco is an incomplete list of reptiles found in Morocco . This list includes both endemic and introduced species 
  • Studies recently conducted reveals a direct maternal link between European Hunter - Gatherer populations and the Berbers of Morocco .

  • The tallest minaret in the world in Hassan II mosque is located in Casablanca Morocco 
  • Morocco is among the world's top wheat importers 

  • Fez is one of the best preserved ancient walled city medieval cities in the Arab world 
  • Argan trees , a source of argan oil used in cosmetics for consumption only grow in Essaouira region of Morocco

  • Ifrane , a town in the Atlas Mountains of Morocco , had the coldest temperature ever recorded in Africa ( -11 F ) in 1935 

  • Morocco is the largest importer of green tea in the world 

  • The largest concentration of Moroccan people outside Morocco is in France

  • Morocco has a number of stone circle which prove contact with the megalithic cultures of Atlantic Europe 

  • The most popular drink in Morocco is Moroccan green tea with mint

  • Morocco's port of Casablanca is the largest port of North Africa and one of the largest artificial ports in the world 

  • The King of Morocco holds vast executive powers . The King can issue decrees called dahirs which have the force of law





interesting facts about Kuwait

interesting facts about Kuwait

interesting facts about Kuwait:

Nationality: Kuwaiti
Languages: Arabic & English
Religions: Muslims , Christians
Population: 2,788,534
Median Age: 29
Population Growth rate:  1.62%
Birth Rate:  1.99%
Daeath Rate: 0.22%
Capital: Kuwait City
Electricity Production:  54.01 billion kWh
Electricity Exports: 0 kWh
Electricity Import: 0 kWh
Telephone Landlines: 490000
Telephone- Mobile Cellular: 7.6 million
Airports: 7
Airports with Paved Runways: 4
Heliports: 4
Railways: ---
Road Ways: 6608 km
Water Ways: ---
Passport Validity:   Six months

interesting facts about Kuwait


Introduction:
Britain oversaw foreign relations and defense for the ruling Kuwaiti Al-SABAH dynasty from 1899 until independence in 1961 . Kuwait was attacked and overrun by Iraq on August 2 1990

Economy :
Kuwait has a geographically small but  wealthy , relatively open economy with crude oil reserve of about 102 billion barrels more than 6% of world's reserve . Kuwaiti officials plan to increase oil production to 4 million barrels per day by 2020


Facts Kuwait

facts about Qatar

facts about Qatar

facts about Qatar:



Nationality: Qatari
Languages: Arabic , English
Religions: Muslims, Christians
Population: 2,194,817
Median Age: 32.8 years
Population Growth rate:  3.07%
Birth Rate:  0.98%
Death Rate: 0.15%
Capital: Doha
Electricity Production: 28.87 billion kWh
Electricity Exports: 0 kWh
Electricity Import: 0kWh
Telephone Landlines: 42000
Telephone- Mobile Cellular: 3.3 millions
Airports: 6
Airports with Paved Runways: 4
Heliports: 1
Railways:---
Road Ways: 9830 km
Water Ways: ---
Passport Validity: Six months from day of entry


facts about Qatar


Introduction:

Ruled by the Al Thani family since the mid-1800's , Qatar transformed itself from a poor British protectors noted mainly for pearling into an independent state with significant oil an natural gas revenues

Economy :
Qatar has prospered in the last several years with continued high real GDP growth . GDP was driven largely by the oil and gas sector however growth in the manufacturing construction and financial services have pushed the non-oil component to just over half of Qatar's nominal GDP for the first time since 2000



Facts Qatar



interesting facts Greece

interesting facts Greece

interesting facts Greece:


Nationality: Greek
Languages: Greek
Religions: Greek Orthodox
Population: 10,775,643
Median Age: 43.8 years
Population Growth rate:  0.01 %
Birth Rate:  0.86%
Death Rate: 1.10%
Capital: Athens
Electricity Production:  54.98 billion kWh
Electricity Exports: 2.602 billion kWh
Electricity Import: 4.7-5 billion kWh
Telephone Landlines: 5.22 millions
Telephone- Mobile Cellular: 12.8 million
Airports: 77
Airports with Paved Runways:  68
Heliports:  9
Railways: 2548 km
Road Ways: 116,960 km
Water Ways: 6 km
Passport Validity: Must be valid at least three months beyond your planned to departure

Introduction::

Greece achieved independence from the Ottoman Empire in 1830
During the second half of the 19th century and the first half of the 20th century it gradually added neighboring islands and territories most with Greek-speaking populations

Economy:

Greece has a capitalist economy with a public sector accounting for about 40% of GDP and with the per capita GDP about two-third that of the leading Euro-zone economies

interesting facts Greece


Facts Greece



  • Greece has largest coastline in Europe and the 11th largest in the world with almost 1400 islands 
  • About 10% of Greek worker's pay is taken for taxes and another 10% for national health care
  • Greece enjoys more than 250 days of sunshine -or 3000 sunny hours a year
  • Socrates was a classical Greek Athenian philosopher . He is credited as one of the founder of the Western Philosophy
  • Greece has more international airports than most countries because so many foreign tourists wants to visit
  • Greek food today with slight variation ( such as the addition of the tomato after 1500 ) is about the same as it has been for over 2000 years 
  • The YO-YO which the second oldest known toy in the world was born over 3000 years ago in Greece
  • Mount Olympus is the highest mountain in Greece. 
  • Greece is the leading producer of sea sponges 
  • About 7% of all the marble produced in the world comes from Greece
  • Feta which is made from goat's milk is the Greece's national cheese 
  • In ancient Olympics winners were given olive wreaths 
  • Athens in responsible for starting the Olympic games
  • The ancient Greeks are often called the inventors of Mathematics because they were the first to make it a theoretical discipline 
  • The first Historian is considered to be the Greek Writer Herodotus the author of the first greek book of history on the Greeco-Persian wars
  • Greeks consume more olive oil per capita than any group of people
  • The island of Mokonos is one of the more popular tourist destination areas in Greece and is made up almost entirely of Granite
  • Tossing an apple to a girl was a traditional way of proposing her 
  • Traditionally Greeks celebrates their name days instead of their birthdays 
  • Football or soccer is the national sport of Greece
  • App. 16.5 million tourists visit Greece each year which is more than the country's entire population 
  • Greek men must serve from one year to 18 months in any branch of the armed forces
  • In 1912 King Constantine led the Greek army against the Turks in Macedonia to Victory
  • Greece is the world's third leading producer of olives and have cultivated olive trees since ancient times 
  • Women in Ancient Greece dressed in a single rectangular piece of cloth that was just pinned together 
  • Athens is the birth place of democracy , Western philosophy political science and western literature 

facts about Chile

facts about Chile

facts about Chile:


Nationality:  Chilean
Languages: Spanish
Religions: Roman Catholic
Population: 17,508,360
Median Age: 33.7 years
Population Growth rate: 0.82%
Birth Rate:  1.38 %
Daeath Rate:  0.06%
Capital: Santiago
Electricity Production:  61.85 billiob kWh
Electricity Exports: 0 kWh
Electricity Import: 700 million kWh

Telephone Landlines: 3.4 million
Telephone- Mobile Cellular :  23.7 million
Airports: 481
Airports with  Paved Runways:  90
Heliports: 1
Railways: 7281 km
Road Ways: 77764 km
Water Ways:---
Passport Validity:  For the duration of stay


Introduction:

Prior to the arrival of the Spanish in the 16th century the Inca ruled northern Chile while the Mapuchhe inhabited central and southern Chile.
Although Chile declared the independence in 1810, decisive victory over the Spanish was not achieved until 1818

Economy:

Chile has market-oriented economy characterized by a high level of foriegn trade and a reputation for strong financial Institution and sound policy that have given in South America



Facts Chile



  • World's biggest swimming pool is in Chile with a length of 1000 yards and 20 acres and maximum depth is 115 feet


  • In Chile you can find the driest place on earth , The Atacama desert which has area of 363000 sq. kilometers


  • Chile is the world class wine destination  it is 5th largest exporter and ninth biggest country of wine producer


  • The Moai Island of Chile is renamed in 1700's . This Island is so much attractive for tourists


  • In "Chile" you can see many species of penguin in Southern Chile including the Seno Otway


  • Chile's Andes mountains has some of the world's largest and still active volcanoes


  • Chile has one of the longest coastal line in the world which laying 6500 km long


  • The oldest mummy of the world is from Chile . This mummy found around 5050 B.C. in Cameron Chile


interesting facts about Norway

interesting facts about Norway

interesting facts about Norway:

Nationality: Norwegian
Languages: Bokmal Norwegian
Religions: Church of Norway
Population: 5,207,689
Median Age: 39.1 years
Population Growth rate: 1.13%
Birth Rate:  1.21 %
Death Rate: 0.81%
Capital: Oslo
Electricity Production: 134 billion kWh
Electricity Exports: 15.14 billion kWh
Electricity Import: 10.21 billion kWh
Telephone Landlines: 1.16 million
Telephone- Mobile Cellular: 5.0 million
Airports:95
Airports with Paved Runways: 67
Heliports: 1
Railways: 4250 km
Road Ways: 93,870 km
Water Ways: 1577 km
Passport Validity: Must be valid for three months


Introduction:

Two centuries of viking raids into Europe tapered off following the adoption of Christianity by King Olav TRYAAVASON in 994 ; conversion of the Norwegian kingdom ocurred over the next several decades

Economy:
The Norwegian economy is a prosperous mixed economy, with a vibrant private sector , a large state sector and an extensive  social safety net


interesting facts about Norway




Facts Norway


  • There are app. 60,000 species in Norway and adjacent water ( excluding bacteria and virus) . The Norwegian Shelf large marine ecosystem is considered highly productive . 
  • The Archbishop's Palace was the center of the Norwegian Archdiocese 
  • In November 2007 National Geographic Traveler rates Lofoten Islands of Northern Norway the third most appealing islands in the world 
  • About 2/3 of the land in Norway is considered mountain terrain
  • There are nearly 450000 fresh water lakes in Norway 
  • The Sognefjord is the largest fjord in Norway and the second longest in the world 
  • Norway now has 25 toll roads operating with electronic fee collection as the Norwegian technology is called , Norway has been the world's pioneer in the widespread implementation of this technology 
  • Umes Stave Church in Luster is the only stave church in the world included on UNESCO's world heritage list 
  • The Norweigian Monarchy is over 1000 years old reaching back to the year 885
  • Norway was the first country in the world to enact an anti'discrimination law protecting the rights of gays and lesbians 
  • The largest predator in Norwegian waters is the sperm whale and the largest fish is the basking shark
  • Norway is the second least densely  populated country in Europe 
  • The Noble Peace Prize is awarded in Oslo Norway's capital every year
  • The Norwegian Government spent US$7 million on the construction of a doomsday vault to preserve plants seeds from all over the world 
  • The largest predator on earth is polar bear while the brown bear is the largest predator on the Norwegian mainland where the common moose is the largest animal 


interesting facts about Sweden

interesting facts about Sweden

interesting facts about Sweden:



Nationality:Swede
Languages:Swedish
Religions:Lutheran
Population:9,801,616
Median Age:41.2%
Population Growth rate:0.8%
Birth Rate:1.20%
Death Rate:0.94%
Capital:Stockholm
Electricity Production:162.9 billion kWh
Electricity Exports:22.68 billion kWh
Electricity Import:12.67 billion kWh
Telephone Landlines:3.82 million
Telephone- Mobile Cellular: 12.3 million
Airports:231
Airports with Paved Runways:  149
Heliports:2
Railways:11,915 km
Road Ways:579,564
Water Ways: 2052 km
Passport Validity: Must be valid at least three months beyond your planned date


Introduction:
A military power during the 17th century Sweden has not participated in any war for two centuries
Sweden joined the EU in 1995 but the public rejected the introduction of the euro in a 2003 referendum.

Economy:
Aided by peace and neutrality for the whole of the 20th century , Sweden has achieved an enviable standard of living under a mixed system of high-tech capitalism and extensive welfare benefits


interesting facts about Sweden

interesting facts Sweden


  • Swedish people have the longest life expectancy in Europe with 81.4 years


  • App. 15% of Sweden's land lies north of the Arctic Circle


  • There are 10 nuclear reactors in Sweden


  • John Reinfeld is the Prime Minister of Sweden


  • Sweden exports a lot of timber , iron and hydro power


  • Sweden has highest number of nuclear plants per capita


  • There are about 100000 Roman Catholics in Sweden


  • Stockholm , capital of Sweden is built on fourteen islands


  • While prostitution is legal , it is illegal to use the service of a prostitute .


  • The unemployment rate was at 6.4%


  • Swedish law prohibits gender discrimination in the workplace


  • Swedish women have their first baby at an average age of 30


  • One of the main facts about about Sweden for tourists to remember is that "Sweden" is not  country for sensation-seekers


  • Since 1974 women in Sweden have the legal right to an abortion during the first 18 weeks of pregnancy


  • Europe's largest shopping mall is in Nordstan in Gothenburg.