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Vatican City
Capital : Vatican City
Population : 836
Area : 1 km2

Iceland
Capital : Reykjavik
Population : 313,183
Area : 100,250 km2

Pitcairn Islands
Capital : Adamstown
Population : 48
Area : 47 km2

Hungary
Capital : Budapest
Population : 9,958,453
Area : 89,608 km2

Falkland Islands
Capital : Stanley
Population : 3,140
Area : 12,173 km2

Dominican Republic
Capital : Santo Domingo
Population : 10,088,598
Area : 48,320 km2

Trinidad and Tobago
Capital : Port of Spain
Population : 1,226,383
Area : 5,128 km2

Canada
Capital : Ottawa
Population : 34,300,083
Area : 9,093,507 km2

Taiwan
Capital : Taipei
Population : 23,113,901
Area : 32,260 km2

Gibraltar
Capital : Gibraltar
Population : 29,034
Area : 7 km2

Finland
Capital : Helsinki
Population : 5,262,930
Area : 303,815 km2

Bangladesh
Capital : Dhaka
Population : 161,083,804
Area : 130,168 km2

Liberia
Capital : Monrovia
Population : 3,887,886
Area : 96,320 km2

Papua New Guinea
Capital : Port Moresby
Population : 6,310,129
Area : 452,860 km2

Saint Kitts and Nevis
Capital : Basseterre
Population : 50,726
Area : 261 km2

Largest cities in the World with population

  1. Shanghai (22,315,474)
  2. Buenos Aires (13,076,300)
  3. Mumbai (12,691,836)
  4. Mexico City (12,294,193)
  5. Beijing (11,716,620)
  6. Karachi (11,624,219)
  7. İstanbul (11,174,257)
  8. Tianjin (11,090,314)
  9. Guangzhou (11,071,424)
  10. Delhi (10,927,986)
  11. Manila (10,444,527)
  12. Moscow (10,381,222)
  13. Shenzhen (10,358,381)
  14. Dhaka (10,356,500)
  15. Seoul (10,349,312)
  16. São Paulo (10,021,295)
  17. Wuhan (9,785,388)
  18. Lagos (9,000,000)
  19. Jakarta (8,540,121)
  20. Tokyo (8,336,599)
  21. New York City (8,175,133)
  22. Dongguan (8,000,000)
  23. Taipei (7,871,900)
  24. Kinshasa (7,785,965)
  25. Lima (7,737,002)
  26. Cairo (7,734,614)
  27. Bogotá (7,674,366)
  28. City of London (7,556,900)
  29. London (7,556,900)
  30. Chongqing (7,457,600)
  31. Chengdu (7,415,590)
  32. Nanjing (7,165,292)
  33. Tehrān (7,153,309)
  34. Nanchong (7,150,000)
  35. Hong Kong (7,012,738)
  36. Xi’an (6,501,190)
  37. Lahore (6,310,888)
  38. Shenyang (6,255,921)
  39. Hangzhou (6,241,971)
  40. Rio de Janeiro (6,023,699)
  41. Harbin (5,878,939)
  42. Baghdad (5,672,513)
  43. Tai’an (5,499,000)
  44. Suzhou (5,345,961)
  45. Shantou (5,329,024)
  46. Bangkok (5,104,476)
  47. Bangalore (5,104,047)
  48. Saint Petersburg (5,028,000)
  49. Santiago (4,837,295)
  50. Kolkata (4,631,392)
  51. Sydney (4,627,345)
  52. Yangon (4,477,638)
  53. Jinan (4,335,989)
  54. Chennai (4,328,063)
  55. Zhengzhou (4,253,913)
  56. Melbourne (4,246,375)
  57. Riyadh (4,205,961)
  58. Changchun (4,193,073)
  59. Dalian (4,087,733)
  60. Chittagong (3,920,222)
  61. Kunming (3,855,346)
  62. Alexandria (3,811,516)
  63. Los Angeles (3,792,621)
  64. Ahmedabad (3,719,710)
  65. Qingdao (3,718,835)
  66. Busan (3,678,555)
  67. Abidjan (3,677,115)
  68. Kano (3,626,068)
  69. Foshan (3,600,000)
  70. Hyderabad (3,597,816)
  71. Puyang (3,590,000)
  72. Yokohama (3,574,443)
  73. Ibadan (3,565,108)
  74. Singapore (3,547,809)
  75. Wuxi (3,543,719)
  76. Xiamen (3,531,347)
  77. Ankara (3,517,182)
  78. Tianshui (3,500,000)
  79. Ningbo (3,491,597)
  80. Ho Chi Minh City (3,467,331)
  81. Shiyan (3,460,000)
  82. Cape Town (3,433,441)
  83. Taiyuan (3,426,519)
  84. Berlin (3,426,354)
  85. Tangshan (3,372,102)
  86. Hefei (3,310,268)
  87. Montréal (3,268,513)
  88. Madrid (3,255,944)
  89. Pyongyang (3,222,000)
  90. Casablanca (3,144,909)
  91. Zibo (3,129,228)
  92. Zhongshan (3,121,275)
  93. Durban (3,120,282)
  94. Changsha (3,093,980)
  95. Kabul (3,043,532)
  96. Ürümqi (3,029,372)
  97. Caracas (3,000,000)
  98. Pune (2,935,744)
  99. Sūrat (2,894,504)
  100. Jeddah (2,867,446)
  101. Shijiazhuang (2,834,942)
  102. Kanpur (2,823,249)
  103. Kiev (2,797,553)
  104. Luanda (2,776,168)
  105. Quezon City (2,761,720)
  106. Addis Ababa (2,757,729)
  107. Nairobi (2,750,547)
  108. Salvador (2,711,840)
  109. Jaipur (2,711,758)
  110. Dar es Salaam (2,698,652)
  111. Chicago (2,695,598)
  112. Lanzhou (2,628,426)
  113. Incheon (2,628,000)
  114. Yunfu (2,612,800)
  115. Toronto (2,600,000)
  116. Navi Mumbai (2,600,000)
  117. Al Başrah (2,600,000)
  118. Ōsaka-shi (2,592,413)
  119. Mogadishu (2,587,183)
  120. Daegu (2,566,540)
  121. Faisalābād (2,506,595)
  122. İzmir (2,500,603)
  123. Dakar (2,476,400)
  124. Lucknow (2,472,011)
  125. Al Jīzah (2,443,203)
  126. Fortaleza (2,400,000)
  127. Cali (2,392,877)
  128. Surabaya (2,374,658)
  129. Belo Horizonte (2,373,224)
  130. Nanchang (2,357,839)
  131. Rome (2,318,895)
  132. Mashhad (2,307,177)
  133. Brooklyn (2,300,664)
  134. Borough of Queens (2,272,771)
  135. Nagpur (2,228,018)
  136. Maracaibo (2,225,000)
  137. Brasília (2,207,718)
  138. Santo Domingo (2,201,941)
  139. Nagoya-shi (2,191,279)
  140. Brisbane (2,189,878)
  141. Havana (2,163,824)
  142. Paris (2,138,551)
  143. Houston (2,099,451)
  144. Al Mawşil al Jadīdah (2,065,597)
  145. Johannesburg (2,026,469)
  146. Kowloon (2,019,533)
  147. Al Başrah al Qadīmah (2,015,483)
  148. Almaty (2,000,900)
  149. Medellín (1,999,979)
  150. Tashkent (1,978,028)
  151. Algiers (1,977,663)
  152. Khartoum (1,974,647)
  153. Accra (1,963,264)
  154. Guayaquil (1,952,029)
  155. Ordos (1,940,653)
  156. Sanaa (1,937,451)
  157. Beirut (1,916,100)
  158. Perth (1,896,548)
  159. Sapporo (1,883,027)
  160. Jilin (1,881,977)
  161. Bucharest (1,877,155)
  162. Camayenne (1,871,242)
  163. Vancouver (1,837,969)
  164. Indore (1,837,041)
  165. Iztapalapa (1,820,888)
  166. Ecatepec (1,806,226)
  167. Conakry (1,767,200)
  168. Maracay (1,754,256)
  169. Medan (1,750,971)
  170. Rawalpindi (1,743,101)
  171. Minsk (1,742,124)
  172. Budapest (1,741,041)
  173. Mosul (1,739,800)
  174. Hamburg (1,739,117)
  175. Curitiba (1,718,421)
  176. Warsaw (1,702,139)
  177. Bandung (1,699,719)
  178. Soweto (1,695,047)
  179. Vienna (1,691,468)
  180. Rabat (1,655,753)


Flags of the world


What is a flag?
Why every country has there a flag?
Why each flag is different from the other?

Several questions that we will have a relevant answer in what follows . First, start by defining the flag. A banner , emblem, banner, flag ... Etc. . Several terms that express one sense, it is clean or figuratively. A flag is primarily a canvas, a piece of cloth , usually taking a rectangular shape. Often , this canvas is hung on a pole. A flag can be one color or multicolored , simple or compound patterns and different figures.

But this choice is not arbitrary , since it depends on the message you want to convey through its design and use. Whether it is for a company , an association, a political movement , organization, or country, the flag is a representation of an objective , culture , ethnicity , traditions ... Etc. . , a flag is more precisely a symbol . Each country has its own nowadays its land flag.

Having said that even the land invaded by enemies, have a representative standard, the so-called colonial flag, which is usually one of the invader , or who has a symbol recalling its relationship with the invader , the which leads us to speak of the concept of belonging.

A flag is a symbol of belonging of the people to a state , a country, a kingdom or a republic . A flag should convey the difference of a nation over another , moreover, each banner is different from the other by its color , by the arrangement of its bands by the shields they contain ... Etc .

Some recall the nature of the wealth of a country , others refer to the first religion of its citizens , some others recall the motto of citizens, many others highlight those who lost their lives to give birth to a free and independent country . White , blue , red , green ... Etc. . , Each emblem its particularity, rather each state its particularity, usually conveyed by the image of the flag.

It says that each flag has a story, that of the country he represents, stories as exciting as each other , truthful stories and other legendary , some learning about political will , further demonstrating the desire of kings. Past in some countries to contest to choose the best flag, the decision of a dictator.

What is the color green for some states ?
Why the flag of Panama contain two stars ?
What is the Union Jack or Union Flag ?

Some flags are centuries ahead , others have undergone several changes over time according to political changes in the country . The aim is that the flag is the soul of the country, the pride of man, the symbol of the nation. In all countries of the world, the country must be respected. Note that there are rules according to which banners are hoisted according to national or international events. This is an opportunity that will allow everyone to travel through time without having to travel , to know the different stories of the flags of the world, without having to book a flight .

We invite you to discover with us all exciting stories and explore a world full of secrets and hidden secrets , a world more colorful .

From Guinea to Nigeria, the United States , Tunisia , Morocco , Egypt , Cape Verde , Denmark , Uruguay , in Russia , Ireland , Suriname , Solomon Islands. .. Etc. . , More than a hundred chronologies moving, exciting and captivating to discover during your journey through time to discover the stories of the flags of the world.

So what are you waiting for fasten your seatbelts and go discover the history of world flags ?

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