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záruka vrátenia peňazí 48 hodín
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Jednotlivé proxy s rychlostí až 100 Mb/s.
Nejnižší ceny na proxy trhu, velkoobchod je levnější.
Záruka vrácení peněz / změny adresy 48 hodin po nákupu.
Stabilní práce proxy adres.
Vše je automatizované. Proxy se aktivují ihned po zaplacení.
Při obnově můžete do objednávky odebrat nebo přidat nové IP. K dispozici je také automatické obnovení.
Protokoly HTTP/SOCKS5. Systém vydává automaticky ve dvou formátech najednou.
Ruční výběr IP a výběr podsítě, můžete také vybrat město.
Vazba podle IP (až 3 IP na objednávku).
1100 různých sítí a podsítí.
Pohodlné multifunkční API a osobní účet.
Nakupujte od 1 IP na dobu pronájmu 5 dní nebo více.
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IPv4 proxy Pozrite sa na aký účel

Vydané v jednej ruke
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  • Andorra (Andorra)
  • Argentina (Argentina)
  • Armenia (Հայաստան)
  • Australia (Australia)
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  • Azerbaijan (Azərbaycan)
  • Bahamas (Bahamas)
  • Bahrain (Bahrain)
  • Bangladesh (বাংলাদেশ)
  • Belarus (Белару́сь)
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  • Bosnia and Herzegovina (Bosnia and Herzegovina)
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  • Cambodia (Cambodia)
  • Cameroon (Cameroon)
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  • China (中国)
  • Colombia (Colombia)
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  • Croatia (Croatia)
  • Cuba (Cuba)
  • Cyprus (Cyprus)
  • Czech (Česko)
  • Egypt (Egypt)
  • Estonia (Eesti)
  • Ethiopia (Ethiopia)
  • Finland (Suomi)
  • France (France)
  • Georgia (საქართველო)
  • Germany (Deutschland)
  • Greece (Ελλάδα)
  • Guatemala (Guatemala)
  • Hungary (Hungary)
  • Iceland (Iceland)
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  • Jordan (Jordan)
  • Kazakhstan (Қазақстан)
  • Kenya (Jamhuri ya Kenya)
  • Kyrgyzstan (Kyrgyzstan)
  • Latvia (Latvija)
  • Lebanon (ٱلْجُمْهُورِيَّةُ ٱللُّبْنَانِيَّةُ)
  • Libya (Libya)
  • Lithuania (Lietuva)
  • Luxembourg (Luxembourg)
  • Madagascar (Madagascar)
  • Malaysia
  • Maldives (ދިވެހިރާއްޖޭގެ)
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  • Mongolia
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  • Morocco (Morocco)
  • Nepal (Nepal)
  • Netherland (Nederland)
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  • North Macedonia (North Macedonia)
  • Norway (Norge)
  • OAE (دولة الإمارات العربية المتحدة)
  • Paraguay (República del Paraguay)
  • Peru (Perú)
  • Philippines (Philippines)
  • Poland (Polska)
  • Portugal (Portugal)
  • Qatar (قطر)
  • Romania (România)
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  • Saudi Arabia (Saudi Arabia)
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  • Sweden (Sverige)
  • Switzerland (Schweiz)
  • Tanzania (Tanzania)
  • Thailand (Thailand)
  • Tunisia (Tunisia)
  • Turkey (Türkiye)
  • Turkmenistan (Turkmenistan)
  • USA (United States)
  • Ukraine (Україна)
  • United Kingdom (United Kingdom)
  • Uruguay (Uruguay)
  • Uzbekistan (Uzbekistan)
  • Venezuela (Venezuela)
  • Vietnam (Việt Nam)
  • Zambia (Zambia)
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IPv4 shared proxy Pozrite sa na aký účel

Používajú ho až 3 osoby
  • Australia (Australia)
  • Azerbaijan (Azərbaycan)
  • Belarus (Белару́сь)
  • Georgia (საქართველო)
  • India (भारत)
  • Italy (Italia)
  • Netherland (Nederland)
  • Russia (Россия)
  • Turkey (Türkiye)
  • USA (United States)
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IPv6/32 proxy Pozrite sa na aký účel

Vydané v jednej ruke
  • Russia (Россия)
  • USA (United States)
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Mnoho způsobů platby:
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  • Вы можете привязывать свой IP и работать одновременно форматом IP:port и IP:port:login:password (так же формат выдачи можно сделать под себя)
  • Так же можете при продлении удалять не нужные айпи /добавлять новые айпи в заказ
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Kde môžem použiť proxy?

Existuje mnoho důvodů, proč si pořídit IPv4 a IPv6 proxy. Uživatelé si levně pronajímají IP adresy třetích zemí, pokud chtějí skrýt svou skutečnou polohu a skutečnou IP. Další důvody pro pronájem jsou:

  • shromažďování klíčových slov, výrazů a frází v Yandex WordStat pro přípravu sémantického jádra;
  • analyzovat výsledky oblíbených vyhledávačů, například Google nebo Yandex;
  • používáme SEO specialisty a reklamní agentury pro získávání dat.
  • online hry jako PUBG, WoW a další;
  • propagace účtů sociálních médií s velkým publikem, například Odnoklassniki, VK, Instagram, TikTok, Facebook;
  • Jednotlivé servery proxy jsou potřebné k usnadnění práce s účty v sociálních sítích pomocí specializovaného softwaru a služeb, například Botsapp, Tooligram a podobný software.

Používáme naše „nejlepší“ proxy z Rusko a US relevantní pro oblíbené posly, jako je Viber, telegram, Whats’app. Tato technologie není vhodná pro reklamní weby, jako je Avito.

Oblasti použití IPv4 proxy

Osobní proxy servery ipv4 jsou považovány za nejoblíbenější typ protokolu, který je vhodný pro bezpečné procházení webu a obcházení regionálních blokovacích zákonů. Zakoupení osobní IP adresy vám umožní vydělávat peníze nebo surfovat po internetu bez obav o bezpečnost vašich osobních údajů. Použití proxy serveru je důležité zejména v případě, že se zabýváte propagací SEO nebo reklamou na sociálních sítích.

Jak používat
jednotlivé proxy ipv4

Zakoupení ipv4 proxy se doporučuje nejen obchodníkům, ale i běžným uživatelům, kterým záleží na zabezpečení sítě. Poptávka po jednotlivých serverech pravidelně roste, protože jejich používání usnadňuje provádění následujících úkolů:

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Propagace velkého počtu účtů v sociálních sítích.

(Vkontakte, spolužáci, twitter, instagram atd.) pomocí speciálních programů. Přihlášením k účtům z jedné IP adresy riskujete neomezený zákaz, protože správa služeb považuje takové způsoby propagace za nečestné. Zakoupením jednotlivých ipv4 proxy se vyhnete problémům, protože v tomto případě zůstane vaše poloha soukromá.

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Práce v oblasti SEO-optimalizace:

analýza vyhledávače, analýza konkurentů, kolekce sémantického jádra. Soukromé proxy servery ipv4 vám ušetří zadávání „captcha“ a umožní vám zapomenout na omezení.

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Dopravní arbitráž, cílené reklamní vysílání.
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Online hry.
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Bezplatná komunikace na sociálních sítích, na fórech, seznamkách, zahraničních portálech, stahování hudby, filmů, knih.

S jednotlivými ipv4 proxy získáte přístup i k těm zdrojům, které vám byly dříve zakázány.

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Neomezené umístění reklam na různé virtuální stránky, kromě Avito a OLX.

Charakteristika ipv4 proxy serverů

Ve srovnání s ipv6 nelze ipv4 proxy označit za levné, protože je těžší najít volné adresy tohoto typu. Ceny se však rychle vrátí s následujícími výhodami verze:

Stabilní provoz serverů.

Žádné pády nebo problémy, a to ani při stahování velkých souborů.

Kompatibilní se všemi webovými stránkami a aplikacemi.

Nezáleží na tom, pro jaké účely používáte proxy – komerční nebo zábavní – osobní IP vám poskytne neomezený přístup ke všem zdrojům.

Rychlé načítání webových stránek.

Zakoupením proxy serveru ipv4 zapomenete na nízkou rychlost vašeho internetového připojení.

Spolehlivost.

Soukromé adresy IP chrání osobní údaje uživatelů před podvodníky a útoky hackerů. To platí zejména v případě, že kupujete elitní obchodní adresy.

Kupte si levnou ipv4 proxy

Proxy linka prodává ipv4 proxy v Rusku, USA, Evropě a zemích SNS za atraktivní ceny. Nabízíme kvalitní fungující servery na neomezenou dobu - pronájem produktu si můžete prodloužit během několika minut na svém osobním účtu. Vezměte prosím na vědomí, že nákup balíčku IP je výhodnější než nákup osobních adres jednotlivě. Naše IP zaručuje vysokou rychlost načítání webových stránek a soukromí uživatele.
Po zakoupení proxy ve formátu Socks5 nebo HTTP si nemusíte konfigurovat servery sami ani si dělat starosti s tím, proč program nefunguje – tyto úkoly provádějí konzultanti technické podpory, kteří jsou k dispozici 24 hodin denně.
Anonymní ipv4 proxy jsou vydávány v jedné ruce, což potvrzuje jedinečnost IP adres a spolehlivou ochranu provozu.

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Russia
Russia, or the Russian Federation (RF) is a state in Eastern Europe and Northern Asia. The territory of Russia within its constitutional boundaries is 17,125,191 km²; the population of the country (within its declared territory) is 145,557,576 people. (2022). It ranks first in the world in terms of territory, sixth in terms of GDP according to PPSP and ninth in terms of population.
  • Population: 145,478,097 (2022)
  • Capital: Moscow (since 1918)
  • Telephone code: + 7
  • National domain: .rf, .su, .ru
  • Currency : Russian ruble
  • Language: Russian
  • Heads: Putin Vladimir Vladimirovich (President), Mikhail Mishustin (Prime Minister)
  • Gross domestic product: $1.483 trillion (2020)
Kazakhstan
A state in Central Asia, which used to be part of the USSR. It stretches from the Caspian Sea in the west to the Altai Mountains in the east, where it borders China and Russia. Alma-Ata is the largest city and an important trade center in the country. Among the sights of the city, it is worth noting the Ascension Cathedral of the Russian Orthodox Church, built under Nicholas II, and the Central State Museum of the Republic of Kazakhstan, thousands of exhibits of which allow you to get an idea of the history of the state. ― Google
  • Area: 2,724,900 km²
  • Population: 19,125,620 (1 January 2022)
  • Capital: Nur-Sultan (Astana) (since 1997)
  • Largest cities: Alma-Ata , Karaganda , Shymkent , Pavlodar , Ust-Kamenogorsk , Aktobe , Semey , Taraz
  • Telephone code: + 7
  • Currency : Kazakhstan tenge
  • Languages: Kazakh language, Russian language
  • Heads: Kassym-Jomart Kemelevich Tokayev (President), Alikhan Askhanovich Smailov (Prime Minister)
Germany
A state in Western Europe with forests, rivers, mountain ranges and beach resorts in the North Sea. The history of the country covers a period of more than two thousand years. The capital, Berlin, is full of cultural and nightlife. Many sights of the city, in particular the Brandenburg Gate, are reminiscent of the events of World War II. Munich is famous for the Oktoberfest festival and beer restaurants. The most famous of them is the Hofbräuhaus, which opened in the 16th century. Frankfurt is a city of skyscrapers, it is here that the headquarters of the European Central Bank is located. ― Google
  • Area: 357,578 km²
  • Population: 83,190,556 (2020)
  • Capital: Berlin (since 1990)
  • Largest cities: Munich , Frankfurt am Main , Hamburg , Cologne , Düsseldorf , Leipzig , Stuttgart , Essen , Dortmund
  • Telephone code: + 49
  • National domain: .de
  • Currency : Euro
  • Government : Federal Republic, Representative Democracy, Parliamentary Republic, Republic
  • Heads: Olaf Scholz (Chancellor), Frank-Walter Steinmeier (President)
Great Britain
The official name is the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland - an island nation in the north-west of Europe, consisting of England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland. In England, in the homeland of Shakespeare and The Beatles, the capital of the state London is located - the world's business and cultural center. The country is also known for the Neolithic construction of Stonehenge, the Roman baths in the city of Bath and the ancient universities in Oxford and Cambridge. ― Google
  • Area: 242,495 km²
  • Population: 67,081,000 (2020)
  • Capital: London
  • Largest cities: Edinburgh , Glasgow , Manchester , Birmingham , Belfast , Liverpool , Leeds
  • Telephone code: + 44
  • National domain: .uk
  • Currency : Pound Sterling
  • Board: Parliamentarism, Unitary State, Constitutional Monarchy
  • Heads: Elizabeth II (monarch), Boris Johnson (Prime Minister)
Finland
A country in Northern Europe bordering Sweden, Norway and Russia. The country's capital, Helsinki, is located on a peninsula and adjacent islands in the Baltic Sea. In the city, it is worth visiting the 18th-century sea fortress Sveaborg, the fashionable Design District and numerous museums. In the vast Arctic province of Lapland, famous for its national parks and ski resorts, you can see the northern lights.― Google
  • Area: 338,145 km²
  • Population: 5,595,981 (2021)
  • Capital: Helsinki (since 1812)
  • Largest cities: Turku , Tampere , Oulu , Espoo , Jyväskylä , Vantaa , Kouvola
  • Telephone code: + 358
  • National domain: .fi, .ax
  • Currency: Euro
  • Languages: Swedish , Finnish
  • Heads: Sanna Marin (Prime Minister), Sauli Niinistö (President)
China
A densely populated country in East Asia with diverse landscapes and topography. Here you can find meadows, deserts, mountains, lakes, rivers and coasts with a length of more than 14 thousand km. The capital of the country, Beijing, is famous for its modern architecture and ancient monuments, including the palace complex of the Forbidden City and Tiananmen Square. To the east is the world financial center of Shanghai, whose silhouette is shaped by countless skyscrapers. The Great Wall of China runs along northern China, crossing it from east to west. ― Google
  • Area: 9,596,961 km²
  • Population: 1,442,965,000 (2021)
  • Capital: Beijing (since 1949)
  • Largest cities: Hong Kong , Beijing , Shanghai , Shenzhen , Guangzhou , Chongqing , Harbin , Tianjin , Chengdu , Nanjing
  • Telephone code: + 86
  • National Domain: .cn
  • Currency: Chinese Yuan
  • Gross domestic product: 14.72 trillion USD
  • Language: Putonghua
  • Heads: Zhou Enlai , Hua Guofeng , Zhao Ziyang , Li Peng , Wen Jiabao , Zhu Rongji
Brazil
A country in South America that stretches from the Amazon Basin in the north to vineyards and huge Iguazu Falls in the south. The city of Rio de Janeiro, symbolized by the 38-meter high statue of Christ the Redeemer atop Mount Corcovado, is famous for its lively beaches of Copacabana and Ipanema, as well as a large-scale carnival, where visitors can admire the brightly decorated moving platforms and samba dancers in outrageous costumes. ― Google
  • Area: 8,515,767 km²
  • Population: 213,317,639 (2021)
  • Capital: Brasilia (since 1960)
  • Largest cities: Rio de Janeiro , Sao Paulo , Fortaleza , Salvador
  • Telephone code: + 55
  • National domain: .br
  • Currency : Brazilian Real
  • Language: Portuguese
  • Heads: Jair Bolsonaro (President), Amilton Moran (Vice President)
Switzerland
Located in Central Europe, it is a country of countless lakes, villages and high Alps. Medieval districts have been preserved in many cities. Popular sights from this era include the Clock Tower in Bern and the wooden chapel bridge in Lucerne. The country is famous for its ski resorts and hiking trails. Banking and financial institutions play a leading role in the country's economy, and Swiss watches and chocolate are famous all over the world. ― Google
  • Area: 41,285 km²
  • Population: 8,570,000 (2019)
  • Capital: Bern (since 1848)
  • Largest cities: Geneva , Zurich , Bern , Basel , Lausanne , Lucerne
  • Telephone code: + 41
  • National Domain: .ch
  • Currency: Swiss franc
  • Board: Confederation, Direct Democracy, Federal Republic, Directorate Republic
  • Languages: Italian , German , Romansh , French
India
A huge country in South Asia with a diverse topography: both the mountain peaks of the Himalayas and the coast of the Indian Ocean are located on its territory. The history of the country has five millennia. In northern India, architectural monuments of the Mughal era have been preserved, including the Red Fort and the Jami Masjid (Cathedral Mosque) in Delhi and the Taj Mahal in Agra. The city of Varanasi is known as a place of pilgrimage for Hindus who bathe in the Ganges, while Rishikesh is known as a yoga center and starting point for hiking in the Himalayas. ― Google
  • Area: 3,287,263 km²
  • Population: 1,381,790,000 (2021)
  • Capital: New Delhi
  • Largest cities: Mumbai , Delhi , Kolkata , Bangalore , Chennai
  • Telephone code: + 91
  • National Domain: .in
  • Currency: Indian Rupee
  • Heads: Narendra Modi (Prime Minister), Ram Nath Kovind (President)
  • Languages: Hindi, English
Georgia
A state located in the western part of Transcaucasia on the eastern coast of the Black Sea. Refers to Western Asia; is often considered as a country at the crossroads of Europe and Asia, sometimes as part of modern Europe. ― Wikipedia
  • Area : 69,700 km²
  • Population: 3,728,573 (2021)
  • Capital: Tbilisi (since 1122)
  • Largest cities: Sukhum , Batumi , Tskhinvali , Kutaisi , Poti , Gori , Rustavi , Zugdidi
  • Telephone code: + 995
  • Currency: Georgian Lari
  • Language: Georgian
  • Heads: Salome Levanovna Zurabishvili (President), Irakli Garibashvili (Prime Minister)
Norway
Norway, officially the Kingdom of Norway, is a state in Northern Europe, located in the western part of the Scandinavian Peninsula and on a huge number of adjacent small islands, as well as the Svalbard archipelago, Jan Mayen and Bear Islands in the Arctic Ocean. ― Wikipedia
  • Area: 385,207 km²
  • Population: 5,425,270 (2022)
  • Capital: Oslo
  • Largest cities: Bergen , Trondheim , Stavanger
  • Telephone code: + 47
  • National Domain: .no
  • Currency: Norwegian krone
  • Languages: Norwegian , Bokmål , Nynorsk
  • Heads: Harald V (monarch, king), Jonas Gahr Støre (Prime Minister)
Lithuania
The southernmost of the Baltic States and a former Soviet republic bordering Poland, Latvia and Belarus. Vilnius, the capital of the state, is located near Belarus and is famous for its Old Town with Gothic, Renaissance and Baroque buildings and an 18th-century cathedral built on the site of a pagan sanctuary. Gediminas Tower, located on a hill, with a stunning view, is a symbol of the city and the country. ― Google
  • Area: 65,300 km²
  • Population: 2,784,279 (2021)
  • Capital: Vilnius (since 1939)
  • Largest cities: Klaipeda , Kaunas , Siauliai , Panevezys
  • Telephone code: + 370
  • National domain: .lt, .eu
  • Currency: Euro
  • Language: Lithuanian
  • Heads: Gitanas Nauseda (President), Ingrida Simonyte (Prime Minister)
Greece
A country in Southern Europe, located on the Balkan Peninsula and thousands of islands in the Aegean and Ionian Seas. She is the heiress of the mighty Ancient Greece, which is considered the cradle of Western civilization. Athens, the capital of Greece, is famous for its Acropolis fortress, built in the 5th century BC. e., and the Parthenon temple. The black sand beaches of Santorini, the resorts of Mykonos and other summer vacation spots are popular with tourists. ― Google
  • Area: 131,957 km²
  • Population: 10,682,547 (2021)
  • Capital: Athens (since 1834)
  • Largest cities: Athens , Thessaloniki , Heraklion , Patras , Larissa
  • Telephone code: + 30
  • National domain: .gr, .eu
  • Currency: Euro
  • Language: Greek
  • Heads: Katerina Sakellaropoulou (President), Kyriakos Mitsotakis (Prime Minister)
Qatar
Arab country, which is located on a peninsula washed by the waters of the Persian Gulf. Its hinterland is an arid desert, while its coastline is covered with beaches and dunes. Doha, the capital of the country, is famous for its futuristic skyscrapers and ultra-modern buildings, made in the style of ancient Islamic architecture. One of them is the Museum of Islamic Art on the Corniche, the main material for which was limestone. ― Google
  • Area: 11,586 km²
  • Population: 2,660,788 (2021)
  • Capital: Doha
  • Telephone code: + 974
  • National domain: .qa
  • Currency: Qatari Rial
  • Board: Emirate, Monarchy, Absolute Monarchy, Unitary State
  • Language: Arabic
  • Heads: Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani (Emir), Khalid bin Khalifa bin Abdul Aziz Al Thani (Prime Minister)
Romania
A country in the southeast of Europe, on the territory of which the famous historical region of Transylvania is located, surrounded by the Carpathian Mountains. The medieval city of Sighisoara and many fortified churches and castles are located here, including Bran Castle, built on top of a cliff, where the legendary Prince Dracula spent the night. Bucharest, the country's capital, is world famous for its colossal Palace of the Parliament, built during the communist era. ― Google
  • Area: 238,391 km²
  • Population: 19,186,201 (1 January 2021)
  • Capital: Bucharest
  • Largest cities: Iasi , Constanta , Cluj-Napoca , Brasov , Timisoara , Galati , Ploiesti , Craiova , Oradea , Braila
  • Telephone code: + 40
  • National Domain: .ro
  • Currency: Romanian leu
  • Language: Romanian
  • Heads: Klaus Iohannis (President), Nicolae Chuca (Prime Minister)
Peru
A country in South America, on the territory of which the Amazon rainforests and Machu Picchu are located - the ancient Inca city on top of a mountain range in the Andes. The area around Machu Picchu, where the Urubamba Valley (another name is the Sacred Valley of the Incas), the Inca Trail and the colonial city of Cusco, is famous for its archaeological sites. On the arid Pacific coast lies the country's capital, Lima, which is worth visiting for its well-preserved colonial center and museums with collections of pre-Columbian art. ― Google
  • Area: 1,285,216 km²
  • Population: 34,294,231 (2021)
  • Capital: Lima
  • Largest cities: Arequipa , Trujillo
  • Telephone code: + 51
  • National Domain: .pe
  • Currency: Peruvian Nuevo Sol
  • Languages: Spanish , Aymara , Quechua
  • Head: Pedro Castillo (President)
Ukraine
This is a large country in Eastern Europe, famous for its Orthodox churches, Black Sea resorts and forested mountains. In Kyiv, the capital of the country, there is the St. Sophia Cathedral, decorated with golden domes, 11th-century mosaics and frescoes. Above the Dnieper River rises the Kiev-Pechersk Lavra Monastery, a place of pilgrimage for many Orthodox Christians. Religious relics are kept in her sketes, and the mummified remains of Orthodox monks are kept in the catacombs. ― Google
  • Area: 576,640 km²
  • Population: 42,568,433
  • Capital: Kiev
  • Largest cities: Kharkiv , Mariupol , Odessa , Donetsk , Lviv , Dnipro , Mykolaiv , Zaporozhye , Krivoy Rog
  • Telephone code: + 380
  • National domain: .ua, .ukr
  • Currency: Ukrainian hryvnia
  • Language: Ukrainian
  • Heads: Vladimir Aleksandrovich Zelensky (President), Denis Anatolyevich Shmyhal (Prime Minister)
USA
The United States of America is a 50-state country that occupies a significant part of North America. The state of Alaska is located in the northwest of the continent, and Hawaii is in the Pacific Ocean. The major cities of the Atlantic coast include New York and the capital Washington. To the west of them is another important city - Chicago, known for its impressive architecture. And on the west coast is Los Angeles with famous Hollywood film studios. ― Google
  • Area: 9,826,675 km²
  • Population: 332,278,200 (2021)
  • Capital: Washington (since 1800)
  • Largest cities: New York , Los Angeles , Chicago , San Francisco , Seattle , Philadelphia , Austin , Houston , San Diego , Dallas
  • Phone code: + 1
  • National domain: .us, .mil, .gov
  • Currency: US dollar
  • Gross domestic product: $20.94 trillion (2020)
Czech
The Czech Republic, better known as the Czech Republic, is a country in Central Europe famous for its ornate castles, rich history and beer. The main attractions of Prague, the capital of the country, are the Prague Castle of the 9th century - a well-preserved medieval part of the city - and Charles Bridge with its statues. Cesky Krumlov, a small town in South Bohemia, is notable for its architecture, which combines Gothic, Renaissance and Baroque. Its old buildings are full of shops and restaurants. ― Google
  • Area: 78,866 km²
  • Population: 10,701,777 (1 January 2021)
  • Capital: Prague
  • Largest cities: Brno , Ostrava , Pilsen
  • Telephone code: + 420
  • National domain: .cz
  • Currency: Czech koruna
  • Language: Czech
  • Heads: Milos Zeman (President), Petr Fiala (Prime Minister)
Spain
European country located on the Iberian Peninsula. The territory of Spain is divided into 17 autonomous regions. In the capital of the country, Madrid, there is the Royal Palace and the Prado Museum, which houses works of European masters. In Segovia, you can visit the medieval castle (Alcazar) and see the well-preserved Roman aqueduct. Barcelona is the capital of the autonomous community of Catalonia. The appearance of this city is determined by the numerous bizarre and fantastic creations of the architect Antonio Gaudi, including the Sagrada Familia. ― Google
  • Area: 505,990 km²
  • Population: 47,394,223 (1 January 2021)
  • Capital: Madrid
  • Largest cities: Barcelona , Valencia , Seville , Malaga , Zaragoza
  • Telephone code: + 34
  • National Domain: .es
  • Currency: Euro
  • Board: Constitutional Monarchy
  • Language: Spanish
  • Heads: Philip VI (Monarch), Pedro Sanchez (Prime Minister)
Australia
This is a country that occupies the mainland of the same name, which is washed by the Indian and Pacific oceans. On the coasts of the continent there are such large cities as Sydney, Brisbane, Melbourne, Perth and Adelaide. The capital of Australia - Canberra - is located far from the sea. The main attractions of the country are the Sydney Opera House, the Great Barrier Reef and Outback - a vast desert area. The fauna of Australia is also interesting: unique species of animals live here, such as kangaroos and platypuses. ― Google
  • Area: 7,692,024 km²
  • Population: 25,726,900 (2021)
  • Capital: Canberra (since 1927)
  • Largest cities: Sydney , Melbourne , Brisbane , Perth , Adelaide , Gold Coast , Newcastle , Wollongong
  • Telephone code: + 61
  • National Domain: .au
  • Currency: Australian dollar
  • Heads: Elizabeth II (monarch), Scott Morrison (prime minister), David Harley (governor general)
  • Interesting fact: Absence of Australian citizens to vote for an unexcused reason, as well as non-participation in the population census
UAE
The United Arab Emirates (UAE) is a state on the Arabian Peninsula along the southern coast of the Persian Gulf, consisting of seven emirates. The capital of the country, Abu Dhabi, located on a coastal island, is famous for the Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque, which can accommodate more than 40,000 worshipers and is illuminated by crystal chandeliers. In Dubai, tourists are attracted by the world's tallest skyscraper Burj Khalifa, huge shopping centers and entertainment venues in a distinctive style. ― Google
  • Area: 83,600 km²
  • Population: 9,890,400 (2020)
  • Capital: Abu Dhabi
  • Telephone code: + 971
  • National domain: .ae
  • Currency: United Arab Emirates Dirham
  • Language: Arabic
  • Heads: Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum (Prime Minister), Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan (President)
Portugal
Southern European state on the Iberian Peninsula, bordering Spain. The country's location on the Atlantic coast has influenced its culture. Salted cod and grilled sardines are considered national dishes. The most popular place among tourists is the beaches of the Algarve region. The main part of the architectural buildings belongs to the period of the 16th-19th centuries, when Portugal was a great maritime power. ― Google
  • Area: 92,225 km²
  • Population: 10,347,892 (2021)
  • Capital: Lisbon (since 1385)
  • Largest city: Porto
  • Telephone code: + 351
  • National domain: .pt
  • Currency: Euro
  • Language: Portuguese
  • Heads: Marcelo Rebelo de Sousa (President), António Costa (Prime Minister)
Belgium
A country in Western Europe known for its medieval towns and renaissance buildings. In the north of the country, in Flanders, they speak Dutch, and in the south, in Wallonia, they speak French. There is a large German-speaking community in the east of Belgium. The country's capital, Brussels, whose inhabitants communicate in both Dutch and French, is famous for its ornate guild houses on the Grand Place and elegant Art Nouveau buildings. The city is home to the headquarters of the European Union and NATO. ― Google
  • Area: 30,528 km²
  • Population: 11,492,641 (January 1, 2020)
  • Capital: Brussels
  • Largest cities: Antwerp , Bruges , Ghent , Liege , Charleroi
  • Telephone code: + 32
  • National domain: .be, .eu
  • Currency: Euro
  • Board: Democracy, Federal State
  • Languages: Dutch , German , French
  • Heads: Philip (monarch, king), Alexandre De Cros (Prime Minister)
Japan
An island state in the Pacific Ocean, which is famous for its densely populated cities, imperial palaces, national parks, temples and shrines. The Shinkansen high-speed rail network is present on all the main islands of the Japanese archipelago: Kyushu with the subtropical beaches of Okinawa, Honshu, where Tokyo and Hiroshima are located with a memorial to the victims of the atomic bombing, and Hokkaido with ski resorts. The nation's capital, Tokyo, is the center of Japanese pop culture, famous for its skyscrapers and shops.― Google
  • Area: 377,975 km²
  • Population: 125,440,000 (2022)
  • Capital: Tokyo (since 1943)
  • Largest cities: Kyoto , Osaka , Yokohama , Sapporo , Nagoya , Fukuoka , Saitama , Kobe , Kawasaki
  • Telephone code: + 81
  • Currency: Japanese yen
  • Board: Democracy, Parliamentarism, Unitary State, Constitutional Monarchy
  • Head: Fumio Kishida (Prime Minister)
Armenia
This is a state in the Caucasus, located on the border of Europe and Asia; former Soviet republic of the USSR. Armenia is one of the oldest Christian countries, so there are many important religious monuments here. The most famous among them are the Greco-Roman temple of Garni and the Etchmiadzin Cathedral - the main temple of the Armenian Church built in the 4th century. A popular place of pilgrimage is the monastery of Khor Virap. It is located near Mount Ararat, which is an inactive volcano and is located in Turkey. ― Google
  • Area: 29,743 km²
  • Population: 2,963,900 (January 2021)
  • Capital: Yerevan
  • Largest cities: Gyumri , Vanadzor , Abovyan , Vagharshapat
  • Telephone code: + 374
  • Language: Armenian
  • Currency: Armenian dram
  • Head: Nikol Pashinyan (Prime Minister)
Moldova
Moldova is a state in Eastern Europe, which used to be part of the USSR. The territory of Moldova is occupied by forests, mountains and vineyards. The main wine-producing regions of the country are Nistreana, famous for its red wines, and Codru, where some of the largest wine cellars in the world are located. The capital of the country, the city of Chisinau, is famous for its architecture from the times of the USSR. There is also the National Museum of the History of Moldova. It features various works of art and ethnographic collections highlighting the country's cultural connection with Romania. ― Google
  • Area: 33,846 km²
  • Population: 2,597,107 (1 January 2021)
  • Capital: Chisinau
  • Largest cities: Tiraspol , Rybnitsa , Bendery , Balti
  • Telephone code: + 373
  • National domain: .md
  • Currency: Moldovan leu
  • Language: Romanian
  • Heads: Maya G. Sandu (President), Natalia Gavrilitsa (Prime Minister)
Latvia
A country on the coast of the Baltic Sea between Lithuania and Estonia, which is famous for its wide beaches and huge dense forests. Riga, the capital of the country, attracts tourists thanks to its wooden buildings, Art Nouveau houses, the huge Central Market and the medieval Old Town with St. Peter's Church. Discover traditional crafts, music and cuisine at the Latvian Open Air Ethnographic Museum.― Google
  • Area: 64,589 km²
  • Population: 1,893,700 (2021)
  • Capital: Riga
  • Largest cities: Daugavpils , Jurmala , Liepaja , Jelgava , Ventspils
  • Telephone code: + 371
  • National domain: .lv, .eu
  • Language: Latvian
  • Currency: Euro
  • Heads: Egils Levits (President), Krisjanis Karins (Prime Minister)
Sweden
This is a state in Scandinavia, whose geography includes thousands of coastal islands and inland lakes, taiga forests and mountains covered with glaciers. All the largest cities - the capital Stockholm and located in the southeast of Gothenburg and Malmö - are seaside. Stockholm is made up of 14 islands with over 50 bridges. It is known for the medieval Gamla Stan (Old Town) district, as well as royal palaces and museums, including the Skansen open-air museum. ― Google
  • Area: 450,295 km²
  • Population: 10,409,248 (June 30, 2021)
  • Capital: Stockholm
  • Largest cities: Malmö , Gothenburg , Uppsala
  • Telephone code: + 46
  • National Domain: .se
  • Currency: Swedish Krona
  • Board: Parliamentarism, Unitary State
  • Language: Swedish
  • Heads: Carl XVI Gustaf (monarch, king), Magdalena Andersson (Prime Minister)
Canada
A North American country stretching from the US border in the south to the Arctic Circle in the north. The largest cities are crowded Toronto, the center of the film industry located on the west coast, Vancouver, French-speaking Montreal and Quebec, and the capital of the country, Ottawa. A significant part of Canada is occupied by areas with wildlife, including Banff National Park in the Rocky Mountains with many lakes. In addition, the world-famous Niagara Falls is located here. ― Google
  • Area: 9,984,670 km²
  • Population: 38,436,447 (April 2021)
  • Capital: Ottawa (since 1867)
  • Largest cities: Toronto , Vancouver , Montreal , Calgary , Edmonton
  • Phone code: + 1
  • National Domain: .ca
  • Currency: Canadian dollar
  • Languages: English , French
  • Heads: Elizabeth II (Monarch), Justin Trudeau (Prime Minister)
Argentina
This is a large country in South America, famous for its music and tango dance. The territory of Argentina covers the Andes mountains, glacial lakes, as well as the pampa - the steppes, where cattle are traditionally bred. The country's capital is the large cosmopolitan city of Buenos Aires. In its center is the Plaza de Mayo, a square with majestic buildings of the 19th century. Among them is the Casa Rosada, the residence of the President of Argentina. ― Google
  • Area: 2,780,400 km²
  • Population: 45,605,826 (2021)
  • Capital: Buenos Aires
  • Largest cities: Rosario , Mendoza , Córdoba , Mar del Plata , La Plata , San Miguel de Tucuman
  • Telephone code: + 54
  • Language: Spanish
  • Currency: Argentine Peso
  • Heads: Alberto Fernandez (President), Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner (Vice President)
Ireland
The Republic of Ireland occupies most of the island of the same name, located near England and Wales. Dublin is the capital of the state, known as the birthplace of the writer Oscar Wilde and the production of Guinness beer. The Trinity College Dublin Library holds the 9th century Book of Kells and other illustrated manuscripts. Often referred to as the "Emerald Isle" because of its lush vegetation, Ireland is home to many medieval castles, including Care. ― Google
  • Area: 70,273 km²
  • Population: 5,011,500 (2021)
  • Capital: Dublin
  • Largest cities: Dublin , Cork , Limerick , Galway , Waterford , Drogheda , Dundalk , Bray , Swords
  • Telephone code: + 353
  • National Domain: .ie
  • Currency: Euro
  • Languages: Irish , English
  • Head: Michael Higgins (President)
Belarus
Belarus is a state in Eastern Europe, completely surrounded by land. This country has many buildings of the Stalin era, historical military fortifications and untouched forests. In the capital, the city of Minsk, there is a monumental building of the KGB of the Republic of Belarus. Its outlines are visible from the nearby Independence Square. Another attraction is the State Museum of the History of the Great Patriotic War. Also in Minsk there are many different churches, such as the Church of St. Simeon and St. Helena. ― Google
  • Area: 207,600 km²
  • Population: 9,349,645 (1 January 2021)
  • Capital: Minsk
  • Largest cities: Gomel , Brest , Grodno , Vitebsk , Mogilev , Bobruisk , Baranovichi , Borisov , Mozyr
  • Telephone code: + 375
  • Currency : Belarusian ruble
  • Languages: Belarusian language , Russian language
  • Heads: Alexander Grigoryevich Lukashenko (President), Roman Alexandrovich Golovchenko (Prime Minister)
France
This is a country in Western Europe, on the territory of which there are medieval cities, alpine villages and beaches of the Mediterranean Sea. Paris, the capital of the state, is famous for its fashion houses, the oldest art museums, including the Louvre, and landmarks such as the Eiffel Tower. France is known for its wines and fine cuisine. The rock paintings in the Lascaux cave, the amphitheater of the Three Gallias in Lyon and the huge Palace of Versailles testify to the rich history of these places. ― Google
  • Area: 640,679 km²
  • Population: 67,413,000 (May 2021)
  • Capital: Paris (since 1789)
  • Largest cities: Nice , Marseille , Lyon , Strasbourg , Bordeaux , Toulouse , Lille , Le Havre , Nimes , Toulon
  • Telephone code: + 33
  • National domain: .fr
  • Currencies : Euro, CFP Franc
  • Board : Unitary State, Mixed Republic, Republic
  • Language: French
  • Heads: Emmanuel Macron (President), Jean Castex (Prime Minister)
Netherlands
A flat country in the northwest of Europe, famous for its canals, tulip fields, windmills and bike paths. The Rijksmuseum Art Museum, the Van Gogh Museum and the house where the Jewish girl Anne Frank wrote her diary during World War II are located in the capital of the state, Amsterdam. Mansions along the canals, as well as famous paintings by Rembrandt and Vermeer, have been preserved from the Golden Age of the Netherlands (XVII century). ― Google
  • Area: 41,543 km²
  • Population: 17,620,900 (2021)
  • Capital: Amsterdam
  • Largest cities: Rotterdam , The Hague , Utrecht
  • Telephone code: + 31
  • National domain: .nl, .eu
  • Currency: Euro
  • Board : Monarchy, Unitary State
  • Language: Dutch
  • Heads: Willem-Alexander (monarch, king), Mark Rutte (Prime Minister)
Estonia
A state in Northern Europe and a former republic of the USSR. It is washed by the waters of the Baltic Sea and the Gulf of Finland and includes more than 1,500 islands. The relief of the country is diverse: these are rocky beaches, and virgin forests, and numerous lakes. Estonia is famous for its castles, churches and hilltop fortresses. The country's capital, Tallinn, is popular with tourists thanks to its well-preserved Old Town, museums and the 314-meter-high TV tower, which overlooks the city from its observation deck. ― Google
  • Area: 45,227 km²
  • Population: 1,328,439 (1 January 2022)
  • Capital: Tallinn
  • Largest cities: Narva , Tartu , Pärnu , Kohtla-Jarve , Rakvere , Viljandi
  • Telephone code: + 372
  • National domain: .ee, .eu
  • Currency : Euro
  • Language: Estonian
  • Heads: Kaya Kallas (Prime Minister), Alar Karis (President)
  • Car code: 123 ABC
Poland
A country in Eastern Europe on the Baltic Sea, famous for its medieval architecture and Jewish quarters. The city of Krakow is famous for the 14th-century Royal Castle on the Wawel hill, which offers a magnificent view of the medieval old town, where the Cloth Hall, a Renaissance trading building on the Main Market Square, is located. Not far from the city is the Auschwitz-Birkenau Museum, opened on the site of the Nazi concentration camp Auschwitz, and the salt mine in Wieliczka, which is a chain of corridors and chambers. ― Google
  • Area: 312,696 km²
  • Population: 38,244,000 (2021)
  • Capital: Warsaw (since 1795)
  • Largest cities: Krakow , Gdansk , Wroclaw , Poznan , Bialystok , Szczecin , Lodz , Lublin , Bydgoszcz
  • Telephone code: + 48
  • National domain: .pl
  • Currency : Polish zloty
  • Language: Polish
  • Heads: Andrzej Duda (President), Mateusz Morawiecki (Prime Minister)
Italy
A Mediterranean state in Southern Europe with a long coastline that has had a huge impact on Western culture and cuisine. On the territory of the country's capital, Rome, is the state of the Vatican, as well as world-famous museums and ancient ruins. Other major Italian cities include Florence, home to Renaissance masterpieces such as Michelangelo's David and Brunelleschi's Duomo, as well as the canal city of Venice and the fashion capital of Milan.― Google
  • Area: 301,338 km²
  • Population: 59,236,213 (2021)
  • Capital: Rome (since 1946)
  • Largest cities: Venice , Milan , Florence , Naples , Genoa , Turin , Bologna , Palermo , Bari , Catania
  • Telephone code: + 39
  • Currency : Euro
  • Board : Republic, Unitary State, Parliamentary Republic
  • Language: Italian
  • Heads: Mario Draghi (Prime Minister), Sergio Mattarella (President)
Singapore
Multinational city-state, global financial center. It is located on an island and borders the southern part of Malaysia. The heart of the city's colonial center is the Padang cricket ground, established in the 1830s. It is surrounded by majestic buildings, including the city hall with 18 Corinthian columns. In Chinatown, founded around 1820, is the Temple of the Sacred Tooth Relic, where one of the founder's teeth is believed to be kept. ― Google
  • Area: 733 km²
  • Population: 5,866,139 (2021)
  • Capital: Singapore
  • Telephone code: + 65
  • National Domain: .sg
  • Currency : Singapore dollar
  • Languages: English , Mandarin , Tamil , Malay
  • Heads: Li Xianlong (Prime Minister), Halima Yacob (President)
Turkey
A state in southeast Europe and southwest Asia, whose culture combines ancient Greek, Persian, Roman, Byzantine and Ottoman traditions. In cosmopolitan Istanbul on the banks of the Bosphorus, tourists are attracted by the famous Hagia Sophia with its soaring dome and Christian mosaics, the majestic Blue Mosque of the 17th century and the Topkapi Palace built in the 1460s, the former residence of the Ottoman sultans. The capital of Turkey is the modern city of Ankara. ― Google
  • Area: 783,356 km²
  • Population: 83,614,362 (December 31, 2020)
  • Capital: Ankara (since 1923)
  • Largest cities: Istanbul , Antalya , Ankara , Izmir , Mersin
  • Telephone code: + 90
  • National domain: .tr
  • Currency : Turkish Lira
  • Language: Turkish
  • Heads: Recep Tayyip Erdogan (President), Fuat Oktay (Vice President)
Vietnam
It is a country in Southeast Asia, located on the coast of the South China Sea. It is known for its beaches, rivers, Buddhist pagodas and lively cities. In the capital city of Hanoi, there is a huge marble mausoleum of the country's famous Communist Party leader Ho Chi Minh. In Ho Chi Minh City, formerly Saigon, you can find many buildings in the French colonial style, as well as museums dedicated to the history of the Vietnam War. The Cu Chi Tunnels were often used by Viet Cong soldiers. ― Google
  • Area: 331,210 km²
  • Population: 94,660,000 (2018)
  • Capital: Hanoi
  • Largest cities: Ho Chi Minh City , Da Nang , Haiphong , Can Tho , Bien Hoa
  • Telephone code: + 84
  • National Domain: .vn
  • Currency : Vietnamese dong
  • Language: Vietnamese
  • Heads: Nguyen Xuan Phuc (President), Pham Minh Chinh (Prime Minister)
Azerbaijan
This is a former Soviet republic of the USSR, a state located on the coast of the Caspian Sea in the Caucasus Mountains, on the border of Europe and Asia. The capital of Azerbaijan is Baku. It is famous for the old town of the medieval era. In the old city, there is the Maiden Tower towering over the city, as well as the Palace of the Shirvanshahs, the royal residence of the 15th century. ― Google
  • Area: 86,600 km²
  • Population: 10,152,829 (December 1, 2021)
  • Capital: Baku
  • Largest city: Ganja , Nakhichevan, Nakhichevan, Sumgayit
  • Telephone code: + 994
  • National domain: .az
  • Currency : Azerbaijani manat
  • Language: Azerbaijani
  • Heads: Ilham Aliyev (President), Mehriban Aliyeva (Vice President), Ali Idayat oglu Asadov (Prime Minister)
Bangladesh
A state in South Asia, located to the east of India and washed by the Bay of Bengal. Bangladesh has a rich fauna and an abundance of waterways. The main rivers - Padma (Ganges), Meghna and Jamuna - form fertile plains. Residents often travel by boat. In the southern part, on the coast, there is a huge mangrove forest Sundarbans, part of which belongs to East India. This area is home to the Bengal tigers. ― Google
  • Area: 148,460 km²
  • Population: 165,775,000 (2021)
  • Capital: Dhaka
  • Largest city: Chittagong
  • Telephone code: + 880
  • National Domain: .bd
  • Currency : Bangladeshi taka
  • Language: Bengali
  • Heads: Sheikh Hasina (Prime Minister), Abdul Hamid (President)
Indonesia
This is a state in Southeast Asia, which occupies the territory of several thousand volcanic islands. They are inhabited by hundreds of peoples who speak different languages. The country is known for its beaches, volcanoes, and jungle-dwelling Komodo monitor lizards, elephants, orangutans, and tigers. The capital of Indonesia - a large, colorful city of Jakarta - is located on the island of Java. Here is the city of Yogyakarta, famous for its puppet shows and the traditional orchestra called gamelan. ― Google
  • Area: 1,919,440 km²
  • Population: 275,439,000 (2021)
  • Capital: Jakarta
  • Largest cities: Surabaya , Makassar , Medan , Bandung , Semarang
  • Telephone code: + 62
  • National domain: .id
  • Currency : Indonesian rupiah
  • Language: Indonesian
  • Heads: Joko Widodo (President), Maaruf Amin (Vice President)
Maldives
A tropical state in the Indian Ocean, located on 26 ring-shaped atolls, which consist of more than a thousand coral islands. It is famous for its beaches, blue lagoons and huge reefs. In the capital, Male, the bustling fish market, the restaurants and shops along the main road of Mejede Magu, and the Hukuru Miskiy (Friday Mosque) with white coral carvings on its foundation and walls are worth a visit.― Google
  • Area: 298 km²
  • Population: 379,270 (2020)
  • Capital: Male
  • Telephone code: + 960
  • National Domain: .mv
  • Currency: Maldives Rufiyaa
  • Language: Maldivian
  • Heads: Ibrahim Solih (President), Faisal Nazim (Vice President)
Chile
A country in the southwest of South America, which occupies a narrow strip of land with a length of more than 6,000 km, washed by the waters of the Pacific Ocean. The country's capital, Santiago, is located in a valley surrounded by the Cordillera Coast and the Andes. The palm-fringed Plaza de Armas is home to a neoclassical cathedral and the National Historic Museum. The huge Metropolitano Park with swimming pools, a botanical garden and a zoo is popular with tourists. ― Google
  • Area: 756,102 km²
  • Population: 19,458,000 (2021)
  • Capital: Santiago
  • Telephone code: + 56
  • National domain: .cl
  • Currency : Chilean Peso
  • Language: Spanish
  • Head: Sebastian Piñera (President)
Seychelles
It is an archipelago in the Indian Ocean, east of Africa, consisting of 115 islands. There are many beaches, coral reefs and nature reserves with rare species of animals, including giant tortoises. The capital of the state is the city of Victoria. It is located on the largest of the islands - Mahe. It is also home to the rainforest-covered Morne National Park and beaches, including Beau Vallon and Anse Takamaka. ― Google
  • Area: 455 km²
  • Population: 98,462 (2020)
  • Capital: Victoria
  • Telephone code: + 248
  • National Domain: .sc
  • Currency : Seychelles rupee
  • Languages: English , Seychelles , French
  • Head: Wavel Ramkalavan (President)
Uzbekistan
A country in Central Asia, which was once part of the USSR. It is famous for its mosques, mausoleums and structures erected on the Great Silk Road - the ancient trade route between China and the Mediterranean. The city of Samarkand, which was an important point on this path, gained worldwide fame thanks to Registan Square, which is surrounded by three madrasahs (Muslim educational institutions) decorated with mosaics, built in the 15th and 17th centuries.
  • Area: 448,978 km²
  • Population: 35,300,000 (2022)
  • Capital: Tashkent
  • Largest cities: Tashkent , Samarkand , Bukhara , Fergana , Andijan
  • Telephone code: + 998
  • National domain: .uz
  • Currency : Uzbek sum
  • Language: Uzbek
  • Heads: Shavkat Miromonovich Mirziyoyev (President), Abdulla Nigmatovich Aripov (Prime Minister)
Turkmenistan
A country in Central Asia, washed by the waters of the Caspian Sea. A significant area of the country is occupied by the Karakum Desert. Here are the ruins of the ancient settlements of Nisa and Merv, through which the Great Silk Road once ran. Ashgabat, the capital of Turkmenistan, was rebuilt in the Soviet style in the middle of the 20th century. Subsequently, the architectural landscape of the city was supplemented by grandiose monuments in honor of the former president of the country, Saparmurat Niyazov.
  • Area: 491,200 km²
  • Population: 6,031,187 (2020)
  • Capital: Ashgabat
  • Largest cities: Turkmenabad , Mary , Dashoguz , Balkanabat
  • Telephone code: + 993
  • National domain: . tm
  • Currency : Turkmen manat
  • Language: Turkmen
  • Heads: Serdar Gurbangulyevich Berdimuhamedov (President), Rashid Ovezgeldyevich Meredov (Vice President)
Austria
It is a Central European country with an imperial history, baroque architecture, mountain villages and an alpine landscape. The official language here is German. The capital of Austria - the city of Vienna - is located on the Danube River. Vienna is notable for its Schonbrunn and Hofburg palaces, as well as for the fact that such famous people as Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Johann Strauss and Sigmund Freud lived in it. Popular attractions in Austria are the Bohemian Forest in the north of the country, Lake Traunsee and the vineyards located in the east.
  • Area: 83,879 km²
  • Population: 8,979,894 (2022)
  • Capital: Vienna
  • Largest cities: Salzburg , Graz , Innsbruck , Linz
  • Telephone code: + 43
  • National domain: .at, .eu
  • Language: German
  • Heads: Carl Nehammer (Chancellor), Alexander Van der Bellen (President)
Hungary
A landlocked country in Central Europe with its capital in Budapest, through the center of which flows the Danube River. The city is known for its many architectural monuments, including the medieval Castle Hill in the Buda area, the majestic neoclassical buildings on Andrássy Avenue in Pest, and the 19th-century Chain Bridge. The culture of Hungary was greatly influenced by Roman and Turkish traditions, so the country has a very popular holiday at mineral springs, including the thermal lake Heviz.
  • Area : 93,030 km²
  • Population : 9,730,000 (2021)
  • Capital : Budapest
    Largest cities: Debrecen, Pécs, Szekesfehervar, Szeged, Gyor
  • Phone code : +36
  • National domain : .hu, .eu
  • Currency : Hungarian forint
  • Language : Hungarian
  • Head : Viktor Orban (Prime Minister)
Venezuela
This is a country on the northern coast of South America, known for the incredible beauty of its nature. There are many resort islands scattered along the Caribbean coast, including Margarita Island and the Los Roques archipelago. In the northwestern part of the country, the famous Andes rise, where the colonial city of Merida is located. From here, tours of the Sierra Nevada National Park begin. The capital of Venezuela, the city of Caracas, is located in the north.
  • Area : 916,445 km²
  • Population : 28,515,829 (2019)
  • Capital : Caracas
  • Largest cities : Maracaibo, Valencia
  • Phone code : +58
  • National Domain : .ve
  • Currency : Venezuelan bolivar
  • Language : Spanish
  • Heads : Nicolas Maduro (President), Delcy Rodriguez (Vice President)
Monaco
A city and a tiny state on the Mediterranean coast, which borders France. It is known for its chic casinos, the pier where expensive yachts moor, and the stage of the prestigious Formula 1 motor race, which takes place on the streets of Monaco. Monte Carlo, the country's largest district, is home to a magnificent casino complex built during the Belle Epoque and an ornate opera house. There are many luxury hotels, shops, nightclubs and restaurants.
  • Area : 2.02 km²
  • Population : 38,350 (2020)
  • Capital : Monaco
  • Largest cities : Monte Carlo, Fontvieille, La Condamine
  • Phone code : +377
  • National Domain : .mc
  • Language : French
  • Heads : Albert II (monarch), Pierre Darthou (Prime Minister)
Iceland
An island nation in the North Atlantic Ocean. The relief of the country is determined by volcanoes, geysers, hot springs and lava fields. Vatnajökull and Snaefellsjokull National Parks are located in Iceland and are known for their huge glaciers. Most of the population lives in the capital, Reykjavik, which receives a significant part of its energy from a geothermal power plant. In the city, it is worth visiting the National Museum and the Saga Museum, the exposition of which is dedicated to the history of the settlement of Iceland by the Vikings.
  • Area : 103,125 km²
  • Population : 368,590 (2021)
  • Capital : Reykjavik
  • Largest cities : Akureyri, Hafnarfjordur, Kopavogur
  • Phone code : +354
  • National Domain : .is
  • Language : Icelandic
  • Heads : Gvyudni Johannesson (President), Katrin Jakobsdouttir (Prime Minister)
Egypt
Country in Northeast Africa and the Middle East. Archaeological sites in the fertile Nile River Valley, including the pyramids of Giza, the Great Sphinx, the Temple of Karnak, whose walls are covered with hieroglyphs, and the Valley of the Kings with the tombs of the pharaohs in the Luxor region, remind of its rich history of more than five thousand years. The country's capital, Cairo, is famous for the Mohammed Ali Mosque, built during the Ottoman Empire, and the Egyptian Museum, which exhibits the mummies of pharaohs and gilded wooden statues of Tutankhamun.
  • Area : 1,001,450 km²
  • Population : 106,646,200 (2022)
  • Capital : Cairo
  • Largest cities : Alexandria, El Giza, Port Said, Suez
  • Phone code : +20
  • National Domain : .eg
  • Currency : Egyptian pound
  • Language : Arabic literary language
  • Heads : Abdul-Fattah Khalil Al-Sisi (President), Mustafa Madbouli (Prime Minister)
Algeria
This is a state in North Africa, located between the Mediterranean Sea and the Sahara desert. Various empires have left their mark here. Roman ruins can be seen in the coastal town of Tipaza. In the capital of the country, the city of Algiers, monuments from the Ottoman Empire have been preserved, such as the 1612 Ketshava Mosque in the mountainous Kasbah quarter with narrow streets and stairs. The Neo-Byzantine Cathedral of Our Lady of Africa reminds us that there was once a French colony here.
  • Area: 2,381,741 km²
  • Population: 44,700,000 (2021)
  • Capital: Algiers
  • Largest cities: Algiers , Oran , Constantine , Annaba , Bejaia
  • Telephone code: + 213
  • Currency : Algerian dinar
  • Language: Arabic
  • Head: Aymen Benabderrahman (Prime Minister)
Thailand
A state in Southeast Asia with numerous tropical beaches, luxurious royal palaces, ancient ruins and richly decorated Buddhist temples. In Bangkok, the capital of the country, next to ultra-modern skyscrapers along the canals, there are quiet residential areas and iconic temples: Wat Arun, Wat Pho and the Temple of the Emerald Buddha (Wat Phra Kaew). Not far from the city are beach resorts, including crowded Pattaya and fashionable Hua Hin.
  • Area: 513,120 km²
  • Population: 66,171,493 (2021)
  • Capital: Bangkok
  • Telephone code: + 66
  • Currency : Thai baht
  • Language: Thai
  • Heads: Maha Vajiralongkorn (Monarch), Prayut Chan-Ocha (Prime Minister)
Colombia
A country in the northwest of South America, whose appearance is formed by tropical forests, the Andes mountain range and numerous coffee plantations. In Bogota, the country's highland capital, the Zona Rosa district is worth a visit, famous for its many restaurants and shops. Cartagena on the Caribbean coast is famous for its 16th-century castle, the old city of the colonial period, surrounded by a fortress wall, and coral reefs
  • Area: 1,141,748 km²
  • Population: 50,372,424 (2020)
  • Capital: Bogota
  • Largest cities: Medellin , Cartagena , Cali , Barranquilla
  • Telephone code: + 57
  • National Domain: .co
  • Currency : Colombian Peso
  • Language: Spanish
  • Heads: Ivan Duque Marquez (President), Marta Lucia Ramirez (Vice President)
Philippines
A state in Southeast Asia in the Western Pacific Ocean, consisting of more than 7,000 islands. Manila, the country's capital, is known for its waterfront and centuries-old Binondo Chinatown. The walled old town is located in the Intramuros area. Here is the Church of St. Augustine, built in the Baroque style in the 17th century, and Fort Santiago, a famous fortress and military prison.
  • Area: 300,000 km²
  • Population: 109,991,095 (2021)
  • Capital: Manila
  • Largest cities: Quezon City , Davao , Cebu
  • Telephone code: + 63
  • National Domain: .ph
  • Currency : Philippine peso
  • Languages: English , Filipino
  • Heads: Rodrigo Duterte (President), Leni Robredo (Vice President)
Uruguay
A state in South America, known for its lush greenery and beaches. In the center of the capital, the city of Montevideo, on Independence Square, there is the Citadel Gate - the surviving part of the fortress wall. From here begins the Old Town with Art Deco and colonial buildings. In its northwestern part, there is the Port Market, where you can try a steak in one of the many restaurants. Along the La Rambla are fish rows, marinas and parks.
  • Area: 176,215 km²
  • Population: 3,480,883 (2021)
  • Capital: Montevideo
  • Largest cities: Salto , Maldonado
  • Telephone code: + 598
  • National domain: .uy
  • Currency : Uruguayan peso
  • Language: Spanish
  • Heads: Luis Alberto Lacalle Pou (President), Beatriz Archimon Sedeira (Vice President)
Paraguay
A landlocked state located between Argentina, Brazil and Bolivia. Large areas are occupied by swamps, subtropical forests and chaco - a semi-desert area that combines savannah and shrub steppe. The capital is located in the city of Asuncion, lying on the banks of the Paraguay River. Here is the Government Palace and the Del Barro Museum, which displays pre-Columbian ceramics and nanduti lace. Lace can be purchased at local shops.
  • Area: 406,752 km²
  • Population: 7,303,000 (2021)
  • Capital: Asuncion
  • Largest cities: Asuncion , Ciudad del Este
  • Telephone code: + 595
  • National Domain: .py
  • Currency : Paraguayan Guarani
  • Languages: Guarani , Spanish
  • Heads: Mario Abdo Benítez (President), Hugo Velazquez Moreno (Vice President)
Nepal
A country between India and Tibet, famous for its temples and the Himalayas, which include Mount Everest, the highest peak on the planet. Kathmandu, the capital of the state, is famous for its labyrinth-like old quarter, which houses many Hindu and Buddhist shrines. In the Kathmandu Valley, there is the Buddhist temple Swayambhunath, which is inhabited by monkeys, the giant Buddhist stupa Boudhanath, the Hindu temple complex Pashupatinath with cremation pedestals, as well as the medieval city of Bhaktapur
  • Area: 147,516 km²
  • Population: 29,640,448 (2022)
  • Capital: Kathmandu
  • Telephone code: + 977
  • National Domain: .np
  • Currency : Nepalese Rupee
  • Language: Nepali
  • Heads: Bidhya Devi Bhandari (President), Sher Bahadur Deuba (Prime Minister), Nanda Kishore Poon (Vice President)
Malaysia
A country in Southeast Asia, occupying part of the Malay Peninsula and the island of Kalimantan. It is famous for its beaches, rainforests and original culture influenced by Malay, Chinese, Indian and European traditions. Kuala Lumpur, the capital of the country, is known worldwide for its colonial buildings, the bustling shopping district of Bukit Bintang and skyscrapers, including the famous Petronas Twin Towers, 451 meters high.
  • Area: 329,758 km²
  • Population: 32,730,000 (January 2020)
  • Capital: Putrajaya , Kuala Lumpur
  • Largest cities: Johor Bahru , Kuching , Ipoh
  • Telephone code: + 60
  • National domain: .my
  • Currency : Malaysian ringgit
  • Language: Malaysian Malay
  • Head: Ismail Sabri Yaakob (Prime Minister)
Lebanon
Lebanon, officially the Lebanese Republic, is a state in the Middle East, located in a mountainous area on the eastern coast of the Mediterranean Sea. In the east and north it borders with Syria, in the south with Israel. The population of Lebanon is over 6 million people.
  • Area: 10,452 km²
  • Population: 5,261,372 (July 2021)
  • Capital: Beirut
  • Largest cities: Beirut, Saida, Zahla, Baabda, Nabatiyah
  • Telephone code: +961
  • National Domain: .lb
  • Currency : Lebanese pound
  • Language : Arabic
Cuba
Socialist island nation in the northern Caribbean. It is known for its white sand beaches and tobacco plantations, which are used in the production of the legendary Cuban cigars. The country's capital, Havana, is famous for its pastel-colored houses, 1950s cars, and a historic center that retains 16th-century colonial architecture. Salsa is performed in dance clubs, and magnificent shows are shown in the famous Tropicana cabaret.
  • Area: 110,861 km²
  • Population: 11,181,595 (2020)
  • Capital: Havana
  • Largest cities: Santiago de Cuba , Camagüey
  • Telephone code: + 53
  • National domain: .cu
  • Currency : Cuban Peso
  • Language: Spanish
  • Heads: Miguel Diaz-Canel (President), Marrero Cruz (Prime Minister), Salvador Valdes Mesa (Vice President)
Israel
A country in the Middle East off the eastern coast of the Mediterranean Sea, considered by Jews, Christians and Muslims to be the biblical Holy Land. The main shrines of the country are located in the Old City of Jerusalem: the Temple Mount, on which the sanctuary of the Dome of the Rock, the ancient Wailing Wall and the Al-Aqsa Mosque, and the Church of the Holy Sepulcher were erected. Tel Aviv, the financial center of Israel, is known for its beaches, as well as buildings built according to the designs of the architects of the German Bauhaus school.
  • Area: 20,770 km²
  • Population: 9,459,260 (2022)
  • Largest cities: Tel Aviv , Haifa
  • Telephone code: + 972
  • National Domain: .il
  • Currency : Israeli New Shekel
  • Languages: Hebrew , Arabic
  • Heads: Naftali Bennet (Prime Minister), Yitzhak Herzog (President)
Bolivia
Country in central South America. Its relief is very diverse: the Andes, the Atacama Desert and the Amazon rainforests are located here. The capital of the country, La Paz, is located on the Andean Altiplano plateau with a height of more than 3500 m next to the snow-capped mountain Ilyimani. Near the border with Peru lies the continent's largest lake, Titicaca, whose surface resembles polished glass.
  • Area: 1,098,581 km²
  • Population: 11,639,909 (2020)
  • Capital: Sucre
  • Largest cities: La Paz , Cochabamba , Santa Cruz de la Sierra , El Alto
  • Telephone code: + 591
  • National Domain: .bo
  • Currency : Bolivian Boliviano
  • Languages: Moore , Siriono, Moho, Kanichana, Machigenga, Baure, Moseten, Pukina , Aymara , Yurakare
  • Heads: Luis Arce Catacora (President), David Choquehuanca (Vice President)
Jamaica
A Caribbean island-state covered in mountains, rainforests and reef-fringed beaches. Most of the country's all-inclusive resorts are located in the city of Montego Bay, famous for its British colonial architecture, and the settlement of Negril, which is considered the best place for diving and snorkeling. Jamaica is the birthplace of the reggae style, so in the capital of the country, Kingston, it is worth visiting the Bob Marley Museum dedicated to the famous performer.
  • Area: 10,991 km²
  • Population: 2,930,050 (2019)
  • Capital: Kingston
  • Telephone code: + 876
  • Currency : Jamaican dollar
  • Language: Jamaican English
  • Heads: Elizabeth II (monarch), Andrew Holness (Prime Minister), Patrick Allen (Governor General)
Sri Lanka
An island nation located in the Indian Ocean off the southeast coast of India. The country is famous for its diverse landscapes: on its territory there are tropical forests and arid plains, mountain plateaus and sandy beaches. In Sri Lanka, it is worth visiting the ruins of the Buddhist fortress of Sigiriya of the 5th century with the remains of the palace and huge frescoes. In the ancient capital of Sri Lanka, Anuradhapura, numerous architectural monuments of antiquity have been preserved, the age of which exceeds 2000 years.
  • Area: 65,610 km²
  • Population: 21,919,000 (2020)
  • Capital: Sri Jayewardenepura Kotte
  • Telephone code: + 94
  • National Domain: .lk
  • Currency : Sri Lankan rupee
  • Languages: Tamil , Sinhala
  • Heads: Gotabhaya Rajapaksa (President), Mahinda Rajapaksa (Prime Minister)
Serbia
A country on the Balkan Peninsula (southeast Europe), in the north of which the plains prevail, and in the south - mountain ranges, where ski resorts are open to visitors. The country's capital, Belgrade, is famous for its buildings erected during the communist period and Kalemegdan Park, home to the Belgrade Fortress, which successively belonged to the Roman, Byzantine and Ottoman empires. Stari Grad (Old Town) attracts tourists with 19th-century mansions and the National Theater, where opera and ballet troupes perform.
  • Area: 88,361 km²
  • Population: 6,871,547 (2021)
  • Capital: Belgrade
  • Largest cities: Novi Sad , Pristina , Nis , Kragujevac
  • Telephone code: + 381
  • Currency : Serbian Dinar
  • Language: Serbian
  • Heads: Aleksandar Vucic (President), Ana Brnabic (Prime Minister)
Mongolia
A state in East Asia, bordering Russia in the north and China in the south. Has no access to the sea. The state is a member of almost all UN structures, as well as some CIS structures as an observer. The official language is Mongolian, written in Cyrillic.
  • Area: 1,564,116 km²
  • Population: 3,353,470 (2020)
  • Capital: Ulaanbaatar
  • Largest cities: Ulaanbaatar , Erdenet , Darkhan , Choibalsan
  • Telephone code: + 976
  • National domain: .mn
  • Currency : Mongolian Tugrik
  • Language: Mongolian
  • Heads: Ukhnaagiin Khurelsukh (President), Luvsannamsrein Oyuun-Erdene (Prime Minister)
Mexico
The state located between the USA and the countries of Central America. It is famous for its beaches on the coasts of the Pacific Ocean and the Gulf of Mexico and its diverse landscape. It meets mountainous terrain, deserts and rainforests. Throughout the country, you can see the ruins of ancient buildings, such as Teotihuacan and Chichen Itza from the Maya. There are also many cities of the era of Spanish colonization. The capital of Mexico, Mexico City, is a modern city with upscale shopping, famous museums and fine restaurants.
  • Area: 1,972,550 km²
  • Population: 129,829,800 (2021)
  • Capital: Mexico City
  • Largest cities: Guadalajara , Ciudad Juarez , Puebla de Zaragoza , Ecatepec de Morelos
  • Telephone code: + 52
  • National Domain: .mx
  • Currency : Mexican Peso
  • Head: Andrés Manuel López Obrador (President)
Madagascar
An island nation off the southeast coast of Africa, which is famous for its tropical forests, beaches and reefs. The island is home to thousands of endemic animal species such as lemurs. Near the populous capital of the country, Antananarivo, there is Ambohimanga Hill, on the slopes of which palaces and burial places of local rulers have been preserved, and the Baobab Alley - a dirt road, on both sides of which centuries-old trees of colossal size grow.
  • Area: 587,041 km²
  • Population: 28,427,328 (2021)
  • Capital: Antananarivo
  • Telephone code: + 261
  • Languages: Malagasy , French
  • Heads: Andry Rajouelina (President), Christian Nzai (Prime Minister)
Liberia
Liberia, officially the Republic of Liberia, is a state in West Africa. It borders Sierra Leone to the west, Guinea to the north, and Ivory Coast to the east. The capital is Monrovia. The official language is English. The monetary unit is the Liberian dollar.
  • Area: 111,369 km²
  • Population: 5,214,030 (2021)
  • Capital: Monrovia
  • Telephone code: + 231
  • National domain: .lr
  • Currency : Liberian dollar
  • Language: English
  • Heads: George Weah (President), Jewel Taylor (Vice President)
Costa Rica
A hilly country in Central America, covered with tropical forests and washed by the waters of the Caribbean Sea and the Pacific Ocean. San José, the capital of the state, is home to many cultural institutions, such as the Pre-Columbian Gold Museum, but Costa Rica is best known for its beaches and volcanoes, as well as its diverse flora and fauna. About a quarter of the country's area is occupied by the protected jungle, which is home to a huge number of wild animals, including spider monkeys and quetzal birds.
  • Area: 51,100 km²
  • Population: 5,213,362 (2022)
  • Capital: San Jose
  • Largest city: Heredia
  • Telephone code: + 506
  • National domain: .cr
  • Currency : Costa Rican colón
  • Language: Spanish
  • Head: Carlos Alvarado Quesada (President)
Kenya
A country on the east coast of Africa bordering the Indian Ocean. On its territory there are savannahs, lakes, a huge Great Rift Valley and mountain ranges. Kenya is home to a variety of wildlife, including lions, elephants and rhinos. In the capital, Nairobi, tourists are offered to go on a safari to the Masai Mara reserve, where more than a million wildebeests migrate annually, and the Amboseli National Park, which offers a magnificent view of the 5895-meter-high Kilimanjaro volcano, located in Tanzania.
  • Area: 580,367 km²
  • Population: 54,985,698 (2021)
  • Capital: Nairobi
  • Largest city: Mombasa
  • Telephone code: + 254
  • National Domain: .ke
  • Currency : Kenyan shilling
  • Languages: English , Swahili
  • Chapter: Uhuru Kenyatta (President)
Zambia
A landlocked country in South Africa, located on a plateau and known for its many parks and safari areas, home to a variety of wildlife. On the Zambezi River on the border with Zimbabwe is the famous Victoria Falls, which the indigenous people since ancient times call Mosi-oa-Tunya (Thundering Smoke). It plunges into the narrow gorge of Batoka from a height of 108 meters. Just below the waterfall, the Victoria Falls Bridge was built, which offers stunning views.
  • Area: 752,618 km²
  • Population: 18,749,180 (2021)
  • Capital: Lusaka
  • Largest cities: Livingston , Kitwe Nkana , Ndola , Kabwe , Chingola , Mufulira , Luanshya
  • Telephone code: + 260
  • Currency : Zambian Kwacha
  • Language: English
  • Heads: Hakainde Hichilema (President), Mutale Nalumango (Vice President)
Bulgaria
Balkan state with a diverse relief. On its territory there is the Black Sea coast, plains, mountains and rivers, one of which is the Danube. In Bulgaria, the influence of Greek, Slavic, Ottoman and Persian cultures is felt. The country has a rich heritage. Traditional music and many dances, costumes and crafts have been preserved here. In the 5th century BC, at the foot of the domed Vitosha mountain range, the capital of the state, Sofia, was founded.
  • Area: 110,993 km²
  • Population: 6,863,422 (February 2022)
  • Capital: Sofia
  • Largest cities: Burgas , Varna , Plovdiv , Stara Zagora , Ruse , Pleven , Dobrich , Shumen , Sliven , Haskovo
  • Telephone code: + 359
  • Currency : Bulgarian Lev
  • Language: Bulgarian
  • Heads: Rumen Radev (President), Kiril Petkov (Prime Minister), Iliyana Yotova (Vice President)
South Africa
The southernmost country of the African continent with diverse ecosystems. During a safari in the Kruger National Park in the interior of the country, you can admire such large animals as elephants, hippos, giraffes and lions. The Western Cape is famous for its beaches, the lush vineyards surrounding the towns of Stellenbosch and Paarl, the rocky cliffs at the Cape of Good Hope, the forests and lagoons along the Garden Route, and the city of Cape Town dominated by flat-topped Table Mountain.
  • Area: 1,219,912 km²
  • Population: 60,142,978 (July 1, 2021)
  • Capital: Pretoria , Cape Town , Bloemfontein
  • Largest cities: Cape Town , Johannesburg , Pretoria , Durban
  • Telephone code: + 27
  • Currency : South African Rand
  • Languages: Zulu , Afrikaans , Tsonga , Southern Ndebele , Tswana , Venda , Northern Sotho , Xhosa , Sesotho , English
  • Head: Cyril Ramaphosa (President)
Slovenia
A country in Central Europe with beautiful mountains, ski resorts and lakes. On the shores of the glacial Lake Bled, fed by thermal springs, the resort town of Bled is located. Its main attractions are an island with a church and a medieval castle, standing on a sheer cliff. In Ljubljana, Slovenia's capital, baroque façades blend with the modern architecture of Jože Plečnik, whose famous Triple Bridge spans the winding Ljubljanica River.
  • Area: 20,273 km²
  • Population: 2,108,708 (2021)
  • Capital: Ljubljana
  • Largest cities: Ljubljana , Maribor , Celje , Kranj , Velenje
  • Telephone code: + 386
  • National Domain: .si
  • Currency : Euro
  • Language: Slovenian
  • Heads: Janez Jansa (Prime Minister), Borut Pahor (President)
Albania
This is a small state in the southeastern part of Europe, located on the Balkan Peninsula. It is washed by the Adriatic and Ionian Seas, and on its territory there is a mountain range known as the Albanian Alps. Albania is famous for its numerous castles and archaeological sites. In its capital, Tirana, the large Skanderbeg Square, the Efem Bay Mosque, as well as the National Museum, which exhibits exhibits from different eras, from ancient times to the post-communist period, deserve special attention.
  • Area: 28,748 km²
  • Population: 2,829,741 (2021)
  • Capital: Tirana
  • Largest cities: Durres , Vlora , Shkoder , Elbasan
  • Telephone code: + 355
  • National Domain: .al
  • Currency : Albanian lek
  • Language: Albanian
  • Heads: Edi Rama (Prime Minister), Ilir Meta (President)
Bahrain
This is a state that occupies more than 30 islands in the Persian Gulf. In ancient times it was a major trading center. In Manama, the capital of Bahrain, there is a National Museum with collections dedicated to the ancient country of Dilmun, which existed on the territory of the islands for several millennia. Manama is also known for its Bab al-Bahrain bazaar. It sells a variety of goods: from bright fabrics and spices to pearls.
Tanzania
This is a country in East Africa, famous for vast areas of virgin nature. The Serengeti National Park is very popular among safari lovers who prefer to hunt large animals (elephants, lions, leopards, buffaloes and rhinos). The highest mountain in Africa is located in the Kilimanjaro National Park. Off the east coast is the Muslim-majority Zanzibar archipelago and Mafia Island with a marine reserve.
Tunisia
A country in North Africa whose natural borders are the Mediterranean Sea and the Sahara desert. In Tunisia, the country's capital of the same name, it is worth visiting the Bardo Archaeological Museum, which displays Roman mosaics and Islamic art. In the medina (old city), tourists are attracted by the huge mosque of al-Zaytuna and the colorful bazaar. In the north-east of the country are the ruins of the ancient city of Carthage, including the baths of Antonina, and the National Museum of Carthage, where you can see many archaeological finds.
Cameroon
Cameroon, officially the Republic of Cameroon, is a state in the western part of Central Africa, washed by the waters of the Gulf of Bonny in the southwest. The capital of Cameroon is Yaounde. Member of the UN, African Union, IMF, IBRD, WTO, Commonwealth of Nations.
Ivory Coast
It is a country in West Africa known for its beach resorts, rainforests and French colonial heritage. The country's largest city, Abidjan, is located on the Atlantic coast. Among its modern monuments, one can note the stepped concrete Pyramid and St. Paul's Cathedral - an unusual building, part of which is a massive cross in front of the facade. To the north of downtown is the Banquo National Tropical Reserve with numerous hiking trails.
Ethiopia
A landlocked, mountainous country in the Horn of Africa, bisected by the Great Rift Valley. Archaeological artifacts that are over three million years old have been found on the territory of the country. In Ethiopia, it is worth visiting the city of Lalibela, which is famous for its Christian churches carved into the rocks of the 12th and 13th centuries, and the ancient city of Aksum with obelisks, tombs, castles and the Church of the Virgin Mary of Zion.
Morocco
A country in North Africa, washed by the waters of the Atlantic Ocean and the Mediterranean Sea. Its culture bears the imprint of Berber, Arab and European traditions. In the labyrinthine medieval medina (old town) of Marrakech, it is worth visiting Djemaa al-Fna Square, where street performers perform, and bazaars selling ceramics, jewelry and metal lanterns. In the country's capital, Rabat, tourists are attracted by the royal casbah (citadel) of Udaya of the 12th century, which offers a beautiful view of the ocean.
Luxembourg
A small European country bordering Belgium, France and Germany. In the north of the country are the densely forested Ardennes and natural parks, in the east - the rocky gorges of the Müllerthal region, in the southeast - the vineyards of the Moselle River valley. The capital of Luxembourg with the same name is famous for its fortified medieval old town, crowning sheer cliffs.
Bosnia and Herzegovina
A state in Southeastern Europe, located on the Balkan Peninsula. The countryside is home to medieval villages, rivers and lakes. The rocky Dinaric Highlands stretches across the country. In the capital, the city of Sarajevo, the old Baščaršija quarter is well preserved. Here is the mosque of Gazi Khusrev-beg built in the 16th century, as well as a monument from the times of the Ottoman Empire - the Latin Bridge. Next to him, the assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand was committed, which served as a pretext for the start of the First World War.
Guatemala
A country in Central America south of Mexico that is famous for its volcanoes, rainforests, and ancient Mayan cities. The capital of the same name houses the majestic National Palace of Culture and the National Museum of Archeology and Ethnology. In the city of Antigua Guatemala, to the west of the capital, Spanish buildings from the colonial period have been preserved. Lake Atitlan, formed in a huge volcanic crater, is surrounded by coffee plantations and villages.
Malta
A state in the Maltese archipelago, lying in the central part of the Mediterranean Sea between Sicily and North Africa. At various times, Malta belonged to the Romans, Hospitallers, Moors, French and British, which is reminiscent of numerous historical sites. Tourists are popular with local fortresses, megalithic temples and the Hal-Saflieni sanctuary with underground halls and burial chambers, the construction of which dates back to 4000 BC. e.
Montenegro
Balkan country with rocky mountains, medieval villages and numerous beaches on the Adriatic coast. Reminiscent of the fjord, the Bay of Kotor is surrounded by churches and cities with the remains of fortifications, including Kotor and Herceg Novi. Bears and wolves live in the Durmitor National Park, which is famous for its limestone peaks, glacial lakes and the 1300-meter-deep Tara River Canyon.
Andorra
This is a small independent principality located in the Pyrenees between France and Spain. It is a well-known duty-free zone and also attracts tourists with its ski resorts. In the capital of the state, the city of Andorra la Vella, there are many boutiques, jewelry stores and shopping centers. Most of them are concentrated on Merichel Avenue. Also in the capital there is an old quarter, which houses the Romanesque church of Santa Coloma with a round bell tower.
Cambodia
A country in Southeast Asia with a diverse topography: on its territory there are low-lying plains, the Mekong Delta, mountains and the coast of the Gulf of Thailand. The capital of the country, Phnom Penh, is famous for its Art Deco Central Market, the magnificent Royal Palace and the National Museum, which displays archaeological finds and works of Cambodian art. In the northwest of the country is a huge stone temple complex Angkor Wat, built during the Khmer Empire.
Jordan
An Arab state on the east bank of the Jordan River, famous for its ancient monuments, nature reserves and seaside resorts. Here is the famous archaeological site - the city of Petra, whose history dates back to 300 BC. e. Once it was the capital of the ancient Nabatean kingdom. The city is located in a narrow valley and tombstones, temples and monuments are carved into the surrounding pink sandstone rocks. Therefore, Petra is also called the Pink City.
Macedonia
North Macedonia, the full official name is the Republic of North Macedonia, is a state in southeastern Europe, on the Balkan Peninsula. The population, according to the State Statistical Office of the Republic of North Macedonia, is 2,073,702 people, the territory is 25,333 km².
Bahamas
This is an archipelago in the Atlantic Ocean, which includes more than 700 coral islands. Among them there are both uninhabited and inhabited islands with many hotels. The largest resorts are located on the northern islands of the archipelago - Grand Bahama and Paradise. Here you can go scuba diving or snorkeling and discover natural attractions such as the huge barrier reef off Andros Island, the black corals off the Bimini Islands and Thunderball Grotto, where famous James Bond films were filmed.
Saudi Arabia
A state covered with deserts, occupying most of the Arabian Peninsula and washed by the waters of the Red Sea and the Persian Gulf. On the territory of the country, which is the birthplace of Islam, there are two main sacred mosques: Masjid al-Haram in Mecca, where Muslims make the Hajj (pilgrimage) every year, and Masjid al-Nabawi in Medina - the burial place of the Prophet Muhammad. The capital of Saudi Arabia, Riyadh, is a huge city, the silhouette of which is formed by numerous skyscrapers.
  • Area: 2,149,690 km²
  • Population: 34,218,169 (2019)
  • Capital: Riyadh