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interesting facts about New Zealand

interesting facts about New Zealand

interesting facts about New Zealand:



Nationality:New Zealander
Languages: English , Maori
Religions: Christians Anglican
Population: 4,438,393
Median Age: 37.7 years
Population Growth rate: 0.82%
Birth Rate: 1.33%
Death Rate: 0.74%
Capital: Wellington
Electricity Production:  42.91 billion kWh
Electricity Exports: 0 kWh
Electricity Import: 0 kWh
Telephone Landlines: 1.85 million
Telephone- Mobile Cellular: 5.1 million
Airports: 123
Airports with Paved Runways:   39
Heliports: --
Railways: 4128 km
Road Ways: 94,902 km
Water Ways: ---
Passport Validity: Must be valid at the time of entry



History and Introduction:


Economy:



interesting facts about New Zealand





Facts New Zealand



  • New Zealand is located in the south eastern Pacific Ocean and features two main islands the North Island and the South  Island as well as other smaller ones



  • Maori are the indigenous Polynesian people of "New Zealand"
  • The Maori name for New Zealand is Aotearoa



  • Rugby is the most popular sport in New Zealand but cricket football hockey net ball golf and other sports are often play in whole country



  • A major part of exports come from dairy products



  • In New-Zealand they drive on the left hand side on the road



  • The Lord of the Rings movies were filmed in New Zealand



  • The term KIWI is also as a nick name for New Zealand



  • The birds species of New Zealand are particularly diverse including alpine parrots and ground dwelling Kiwis



interesting facts Africa

interesting facts Africa

interesting facts Africa:



interesting facts Africa



  • Africa is larger than China, USA, India, Mexico and a big part of Europe combined. The San people of Southern



  • Africa today use the same set of tools that were found in a Cave, dating to 44,000 years ago.



  • 41% of children in "Africa" aged 15 to 14 are involved in child labor.
  • Facebook has 100 million active users in Africa. 96 elephants are killed every day in Africa. The deadliest animal in Africa is the hippopotamus.



  • South Africa is called the "Rainbow Nation" because it has 11 official languages. There's a beer brewed from bananas in Africa. South Africans can legally attach flamethrowers to cars to repel carjackers. Graca Machel is the only woman to have been first lady of two separate countries: Mozambique and South Africa.



  • In 1998, all 11 members of a soccer team in Africa were killed by lightning while leaving the other team unhurt.Nearly half the gold ever mined has come from one place: Witwatersrand, South Africa. Contrary to popular belief, there are no wild tigers in Africa. Only in Asia. There are more people speaking French in Africa than in France.



  • Soccer player Didier Drogba is credited with brokering a cease-fire in his home countary of lovory Coast that brought a five-year civil war to an end. Most of the world's fastest runners come from a single tribe in Kenya, Africa, called the "Kalenjins".



  • Lesotho, in Africa, is the only country on Earth to lie completely above 1,000 meters in elevation. In 2010,
  • the country of Ghana, in Africa, banned the sale of secondhand underwear. 1 in 4 Adults in Swaziland, Africa,
  • are infected with HIV. The first President of Zimbabwe, Africa, was president Banana. There are 16 countries
  • in Africa with higher vaccination rates than the U.S.



  • The women of the Mursi tribe in the Africa wear plates on their lips that can be as large as 5 inches (12 cm) in diameter.
  • 38% of Christianity is projected to live in sub-saharan Africa in 2050. The African nation of Mozambique has AK-47 assault
  • rifle on its flag. Almost a third of rhe world's languages are spoken only in Africa.


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