Countries Of The World

Countries Of The World Trivia Quiz Fun Facts

Are you up to uncover some surprising and basic fun facts about the countries of the world?

I hope you aren't outdated on the total population of the countries globally? To help, its 7.8 billion. And oh! China, India, and Mexico still run the show based on their population. Check out more fun facts about the countries of the world.

Countries Of The World Fun Facts

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Although landlocked, Kazakhstan still has an operating navy, who sail in the equally landlocked Caspian Sea.
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Panama adopted the US dollar as its currency in 1904. Other countries who now use the dollar are El Salvador and Ecuador.
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With its lowest point being 1,400 meters above sea level, Lesotho in southern Africa, is the highest complete country in the world.
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At 5,100 m above sea level, the mining town of La Rinconada in the Peruvian Andes is the highest permanent settlement in the world.
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With an average life expectancy of 89.32 years in 2019, citizens of the tiny principality of Monaco can expect to live longer than anyone else in the world.
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The Galapagos Islands of Ecuador were named a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1978, the very first place to earn that honor.
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Mongolia has a population density of 1.9 people per square km, making it the least densely populated country in the world.
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With over 200 ancient pyramids found so far, Sudan has the most. Egypt, home of the famous Pyramids of Giza, only has 138.
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The Pacific isle nation of Nauru has no official capital. The government buildings are in the district of Yaren, sometimes called the 'Main District'.
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Canada's coastline of 202,080 km is more than three times longer than that of the country with the second-longest coastline, Norway.

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