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WORLD HERITAGE SITES
AFGHANISTAN
ALBANIA
AUSTRIA
BELARUS
BULGARIA
CANADA
CHINA
CZECH REPUBLIC
ECUADOR
EGYPT
FINLAND
GEORGIA
GREECE
GUATEMALA
HONDURAS
HUNGARY
INDIA
INDONESIA
IRAN
ITALY
JAPAN
JORDAN
LATVIA
LEBANON
MEXICO
MOROCCO
MOSTAR
NEPAL
NORWAY
OMAN
PAKISTAN
PERU
PRUSSIA
RUSSIA
SOUTH AFRICA
SOUTH KOREA
SPAIN
SURINAME
SYRIA
TANZANIA
THAILAND
TUNISIA
UKRAINE
UNITED KINGDOM
UNITED STATES
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World Heritage Sites

  1. World Heritage Sites are some of the most recognised locations around the world.
  2. The World Heritage sites are thus forced to look for alternative sources of funding.
  3. The World Heritage sites are to be studied and monitored by many ways.
  4. World Heritage sites are located in more than 140 countries.
  5. World Heritage sites are places around the world that have been internationally recognized for their outstanding value as natural and cultural treasures.

Afghanistan

  1. Afghanistan is a culturally mixed nation, a crossroads between the East and the West, and has been an ancient focal point of trade and migration.
  2. Afghanistan is a geographically landlocked country in Southern Asia.
  3. Afghanistan is a land-locked and mountainous country in central Asia, with plains in the north and southwest.
  4. Afghanistan is a land-locked mountainous country, with plains in the north and southwest.
  5. Afghanistan is a landlocked and mountainous country in South - Central Asia, with plains in the north and southwest.

Albania

  1. Albania is a Mediterranean country in southeastern Europe.
  2. According to the Albanian scholar Fak bey Konitza, the term "Albania" did not displace "Illyria" completely until the end of the fourteenth century.
  3. Albania is a cash economy.
  4. Albania is a member of the United Nations, the Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe, Council of Europe as well as World Trade Organization.
  5. Albania is a parliamentary republic with a Parliament elected in a seriously flawed process.

Austria

  1. Austria is a largely mountain ous country due to its location in the Alps.
  2. Austria is a largely mountainous country due to its location in the Alps.
  3. Austria is a member of the European Union and the Eurozone.
  4. Austria is a member of the Schengen Agreement so visas are valid for 24 other countries.
  5. Austria is a member of the United Nations and the European Union since 1995.

Belarus

  1. Belarus is a country with ancient and rich history and unique culture.
  2. Belarus is a State Party of the Chemical Weapons Convention (CWC), which it ratified in 1996.
  3. Belarus is a country situated in the heart of Europe, right on the split of the Baltic Sea and Black Sea.
  4. Belarus is a graphic example of the problems created when an industrial "colony" becomes independent.
  5. Belarus is a landlocked nation in Eastern Europe.

Bulgaria

  1. Bulgaria - an ancient land As a state established by khan Asparoukh, Bulgaria has been existing for more than 13 centuries.
  2. Bulgaria is a compact country with cheap and accessible transportation.
  3. Bulgaria is a country in Eastern Europe on the western side of the Black Sea.
  4. Bulgaria is a country in Southeastern Europe.
  5. Bulgaria is a country in Southern Europe.

Canada

  1. Canada is a bilingual country with two official languages, English and French.
  2. Canada is a country occupying most of northern North America.
  3. Canada is a federal Constitutional monarchy with parliamentary democracy.
  4. Canada is a federation composed of ten provinces and three territories; in turn, these may be grouped into regions.
  5. Canada is a geographically vast and ethnically diverse country.

China

  1. China : a historical and cultural dictionary.
  2. China is a communist state.
  3. China is a county synonymous with architectural wonders.
  4. China is a vast country.
  5. China is an active participant in the UN Environment Program and a signatory to the Basel Convention governing the transport and disposal of hazardous waste.

Czech Republic

  1. The Czech Republic is a major tourist destination within the context of Central and Eastern Europe.
  2. Czech Republic is a country in central Europe that became independent on Jan.
  3. Czech Republic is a landlocked republic in central Europe.
  4. The Czech Republic is a major tourist destination.
  5. The Czech Republic is a pluralist multi-party parliamentary representative democracy, where the Prime Minister is the head of government.

Ecuador

  1. Ecuador is one of the most environmentally diverse countries in the world, and it has contributed notably to the environmental sciences.
  2. Ecuador is a country in South America.
  3. Ecuador is a plurinational state.
  4. Ecuador is called or known also as the "hummingbird Country".
  5. Ecuador is the Spanish word for equator.

Egypt

  1. Egypt is a land bustling with life, sound, visual beauty and excitement.
  2. Egypt is a desert country bisected by the Nile and its delta.
  3. Egypt is a conservative country and visitors should respect this attitude.
  4. Egypt is a land of climatic contrast with marked differences between the coastal Mediterranean climate and the hot dryness of the interior.
  5. Egypt is a large country located in north-eastern Africa.

Finland

  1. Finland is a country of lush forests and vast woodlands.
  2. Finland is a country of thousands of lakes and islands; 187,888 lakes (larger than 500 m²) and 179,584 islands to be precise .
  3. Finland is a country of thousands of lakes and islands; 187,888 lakes (larger than 500 m--) and 179,584 islands to be precise.
  4. Finland is a country of thousands of lakes and islands; 187,888 lakes and 179,584 islands to be precise.
  5. Finland is a democratic republic with a semi-presidential system and parliamentarism.

Georgia

  1. Georgia is a country in Eurasia in the South Caucasus.
  2. Georgia is a representative democracy, organized as a secular, unitary, semi-presidential republic.
  3. Georgia was absorbed into the Russian Empire in the 19th century.
  4. Georgia was under British protection from 1918-1920.

Greece

  1. Greece is a country located in the Southeastern part of Europe.
  2. Greece is a member of the European Union since 1981.
  3. Greece is a member of the European Union, NATO, an important ally that occupies a very strategic position.
  4. Greece is a parliamentary republic whose constitution was last amended in April 2001.
  5. Greece is a wonderful cruise and holiday destination.

Guatemala

  1. Guatemala is a country of distinct fauna.
  2. Guatemala is a country in Central America.
  3. Guatemala is a country in the Central America region of North America.
  4. Guatemala is a democratic nation with a traditionally cooperative relationship with the United States.
  5. Guatemala is a great place to learn Spanish.

Honduras

  1. Honduras is a country full of Folklore, its famous Lluvia de Peces (Rain of fishes) is unique in the world.
  2. Honduras is a country full of Folklore.
  3. Honduras is a country situated in Central America, bordering both the Caribbean Sea and the North Pacific Ocean.
  4. Honduras is a country situated in Central America.
  5. Honduras is a democratic country and a close ally in the Central American region.

Hungary

  1. Hungary is a great survivor of history.
  2. Hungary is a great starting point for an extended tour with its capital city of Budapest.
  3. Hungary is a land of thermal water.
  4. Hungary is a landlocked country.
  5. Hungary is a member of OECD, NATO, EU and a Schengen state.

India

  1. India is one exotic abode that have numerous World heritage sites.
  2. India is a founding member of the Non-Aligned Movement and the United Nations (as part of British India ).
  3. India is a proud owner of disparate world heritage sites.
  4. India is one of the founding members of the Non-Aligned Movement.
  5. India is the world's twelfth largest economy at market exchange rates and the third largest economy in purchasing power.

Indonesia

  1. Indonesia is a country in Southeast Asia that consists of more than 13,600 islands.
  2. Indonesia is a major nation situated in a strategic region.
  3. Indonesia is a republic based on the 1945 constitution providing for a limited separation of executive, legislative, and judicial power.
  4. Indonesia is a republic based on the 1945 constitution providing for a separation of executive, legislative, and judicial power.
  5. Indonesia is a republic with a presidential system.

Iran

  1. Iran is a diverse country consisting of people of many religions and ethnic backgrounds cemented by the Persian culture.
  2. In that year Reza Shah asked the international community to call the country by the name "Iran".
  3. Iran : An interesting country and place to visit, do business, and possibly vacation in.
  4. Iran is a founding member of the United Nations organization and also a member of the Organization of the Islamic Conference and the Non-Aligned Movement.
  5. Iran is also the world's preeminent sponsor of extremist Islamic and Palestinian groups, providing funds, weapons, and training.

Italy

  1. Italy is called il Belpaese ("beautiful country") by its inhabitants, due to the beauty and variety of its landscapes.
  2. Italy are classed at a tier-one nation by the International Rugby Board.
  3. Italy is a admired destination for tourists, there's no doubt about.
  4. Italy is a founding member of the European Community, European Union and NATO.
  5. Italy is part of the Eurozone, so the common currency of the European Union, the Euro (€), is legal tender in Italy.

Japan

  1. Japan is an archipelago nation with Tokyo as its capital, and is situated to the east of the Chinese mainland.
  2. Japan is a constitutional monarchy with a parliamentary government, much like that of the United Kingdom.
  3. Japan is a constitutional monarchy with a parliamentary government.
  4. Japan is a representative democracy, and the Diet (parliament) is the highest organ of state.
  5. Japan is an island country in East Asia.

Jordan

  1. Jordan is a fairly young nation, although its people have lived in the region for many centuries.
  2. Jordan is a constitutional monarchy based on the constitution promulgated on January 8 1952.
  3. Jordan is a constitutional monarchy with two legislative houses; the head of state and government is the king, assisted by the prime minister.
  4. Jordan is a constitutional monarchy.
  5. Jordan is a highly urbanized country.

Latvia

  1. Latvia is a country of splendid and diverse natural landscapes.
  2. Latvia is a country with a history of a millennia.
  3. Latvia is a European nation that regained its independence in 1991, after more than 50 years of forced annexation to the Soviet Union.
  4. Latvia is a NATO member since March 29, 2004.
  5. Latvia is a democratic parliamentary republic and is divided into 26 districts.

Lebanon

  1. Lebanon is a small country with a varied landscape consisting of beaches, mountains, valleys, forests and woodlands.
  2. Lebanon is a multi-confessional nation.
  3. Lebanon is a participant in the Asian (football) Club Championship.
  4. Lebanon is a small, beautiful and largely mountainous country located in the Middle East, at the eastern edge of the Mediterranean Sea.
  5. Lebanon is a suburb of Pittsburgh seven miles south of Downtown Pittsburgh.

Mexico

  1. Mexico is a large country, therefore having many cultural traits found only in some parts of the country.
  2. Mexico is a racially and ethnically diverse country.
  3. Mexico is a Megadiverse country.
  4. Mexico is a country in North America and the largest Spanish -speaking country in the world.
  5. Mexico is a republic with three branches of government.

Morocco

  1. Morocco is an ethnically diverse country with a rich culture and civilization.
  2. Morocco is a country in the northwestern corner of Africa.
  3. Morocco is a de jure constitutional monarchy with an elected parliament.
  4. Morocco is a net exporter of fruits and vegetables, and a net importer of cereals; over 90% of agriculture is rain-fed.
  5. Morocco is a party to the 1988 UN Drug Convention and in 1992 Morocco passed legislation designed to implement the Convention.

Mostar

  1. Mostar is an important tourist centre in the country.
  2. Mostar is a city and municipality in Bosnia and Herzegovina, the center of the Herzegovina-Neretva Canton of the Federation.
  3. Mostar is a city in Bosnia and Herzegovina, the center of the Herzegovina-Neretva Canton of the Federation.
  4. Mostar is a city in Bosnia and Herzegovina.
  5. Mostar is a city in southwestern Bosnia and Herzegovina, on the Neretva River.

Nepal

  1. Nepal is the birthplace of Lord Buddha, the Light of Asia.
  2. Nepal is a developing country with an agricultural economy.
  3. Nepal is a land of Festivals with some part of the Kingdom or the other celebrating some festival during everyday of the year.
  4. Nepal is also a signatory of the agreement on South Asian Free Trade Area (SAFTA), which came into force on January 1, 2006.
  5. Nepal is one of the richest countries in the world in terms of bio-diversity due to its unique geographical position and altitudinal variation.

Norway

  1. Norway is a land of high mountains andfjords that cut far inland.
  2. Norway is a constitutional monarchy with a parliamentary system of government.
  3. Norway is a constitutional monarchy.
  4. Norway is a country of socio-economic equality with a high standard of living and a homogeneous population.
  5. Norway is a founding member of NATO.

Oman

  1. Oman is a very ancient word and appears on very old maps.
  2. Oman is a monarchy that has developed rapidly in the past 30 years.
  3. Oman is a safe country and crimes rarely happen as the Royal Oman Police is very efficient and honest.
  4. Oman is a signatory of most UN-sponsored anti-terrorism treaties.
  5. Oman is an active member in international and regional organizations, notably the Arab League and the GCC.

Pakistan

  1. Pakistan is also the birthplace of two major world religions including Sikhism and Mahayana Buddhism.
  2. Pakistan was a very poor and predominantly agricultural country at the time of its independence in 1947.
  3. Pakistan was created after the breakup of British India.
  4. Pakistan was one of three countries to recognize the Taliban regime of Afghanistan.
  5. Pakistan was the site of Iranian-sponsored terrorism.

Peru

  1. Peru is a nation of mixed ethnic origins.
  2. Peru is a complex amalgam of ancient and modern cultures, populations, conflicts, questions, and dilemmas.
  3. Peru is a land of enormous contrasts in landscape and climate.
  4. Peru is a multiethnic nation formed by the combination of different groups over five centuries.
  5. Peru is a presidential representative democratic republic with a multi-party system.

Prussia

  1. Prussia was a kingdom in northern Germany from 1618 until 1867 when it became part of Germany.
  2. Prussia was anxious to annex Polish territory separating Brandenburg and Prussia.
  3. Prussia was now recognized as a great power.
  4. Prussia was strong, but she could not fight England, Russia, and France combined.
  5. Prussia was the second largest, while next after Prussia, and much smaller, came the kingdoms of Bavaria, Saxony, Hanover, and Wurtemburg.

Russia

  1. Russia is an agricultural country, and must ship her grain to countries that are more densely inhabited, to exchange it for their manufactures.
  2. Russia is classified as belonging to the Europe and North America zone, together with Cyprus and the Caucasus States.
  3. Russia is the coldest country of the world.
  4. Russia is the largest partner for Belarus in the economic and political fields.
  5. Russia is the most ethnically diverse population out of the 15 union republics of the former Soviet Union, with more than 70 distinct nationalities.

South Africa

  1. South Africa is a birder's paradise, offering a great variety of typically African birds, migrants and endemics.
  2. South Africa is a dual economy with an underdeveloped sector made up primarily of poor urban and rural blacks.
  3. South Africa is a member of the Commonwealth of Nations.
  4. South Africa is a member of the Group of 77 and chaired the organisation in 2006.
  5. South Africa is a nation of more than 43 million people of diverse origins, cultures, languages, and religions.

South Korea

  1. South Korea is a land of ancient traditions that is reflected in various forms.
  2. South Korea is a major economic power and one of the wealthiest countries in Asia.
  3. South Korea is a major emoconic power and one of the wealthiest countries in Asia.
  4. South Korea is a mountainous country.
  5. South Korea is a republic and is headed by a President, who is elected by the voters directly.

Spain

  1. Spain is a country in Western Europe famous for its colourful bullfights, sunny climate, and beautiful story-book castles.
  2. Spain is a constitutional monarchy organised as a parliamentary democracy and has been a member of the European Union since 1986, and NATO since 1982.
  3. Spain is a constitutional monarchy, with a hereditary monarch and a bicameral parliament, the Cortes Generales or National Assembly.
  4. Spain is a constitutional monarchy, with a hereditary monarch and a bicameral parliament, the Cortes Generales.
  5. Spain is a constitutional monarchy, with a hereditary monarch and a bicameral parliament, the Cortes or National Assembly.

Suriname

  1. Suriname is a blending of cultures; immigrants from all parts of the world settled in this country and brought with them their ethnic food customs.
  2. Suriname is a South American nation formerly known as Dutch Guiana.
  3. Suriname is a South-American country (geographically, but historically, culturally and economically a Caribbean one), which was a Dutch colony until 1975.
  4. Suriname is a democracy based on the 1987 constitution.
  5. Suriname is a democracy governed by a president, assisted by a vice president and cabinet ministers.

Syria

  1. Syria is a living folklore.
  2. Syria is a colourful country in a black-and-white world.
  3. Syria is a middle-income, developing country with a diversified economy based on agriculture, industry, and energy.
  4. Syria is a middle-income, developing country with an economy based on agriculture, oil, industry, and tourism.
  5. Syria is a traditional society with a long cultural history.

Tanzania

  1. Tanzania is a large country in eastern Africa that borders the Indian Ocean.
  2. Tanzania is a meber state of EAC a regional intergovernmental organization.
  3. Tanzania is a republic.
  4. Tanzania is an eastern African nation on the Indian Ocean.
  5. Tanzania is one of the poorest countries in the world.

Thailand

  1. Thailand is a constitutional monarchy.
  2. Thailand is a large country, and if sitting in a bus for 11 hours is not your idea of a fun time, you may well want to consider domestic flights.
  3. Thailand is a shopper's paradise and many visitors to Bangkok in particular end up spending much of their time in the countless markets and malls.
  4. Thailand is the land of smiles, so losing your temper in public is not allowed.
  5. Thailand is the most popular tourist destination in South-East Asia, and for a reason.

Tunisia

  1. Tunisia is a Muslim Arab country situated on the North African Mediterranean coast.
  2. Tunisia is a blend of jagged mountains and undulating coastline.
  3. Tunisia is a country in north Africa.
  4. Tunisia is a country situated on the Mediterranean coast of North Africa, midway between the Atlantic Ocean and the Nile Valley.
  5. Tunisia is a founding member of the World Trade Organization (WTO) and is publicly committed to a free trade regime and export-led growth.

Ukraine

  1. Ukraine is a State Party to the Chemical Weapons Convention (CWC), which it ratified in 1998.
  2. Ukraine is a country in Eastern Europe.
  3. Ukraine is a republic under a mixed semi-parliamentary semi-presidential system with separate legislative, executive, and judicial branches.
  4. Ukraine is a republic under a semi-presidential system with separate legislative, executive, and judicial branches.
  5. Ukraine is the second largest country in Europe, after Russia.

United Kingdom

  1. The United Kingdom is a constitutional monarchy with the capital located in London, England.
  2. The United Kingdom is a parliamentary democracy with its seat of government in London, the capital.
  3. The United Kingdom is a permanent member of the United Nations Security Council, a member of the G8 and NATO, and a member state of the European Union.
  4. The United Kingdom is a political union made up of four constituent countries: England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland.
  5. The United Kingdom is a small nation, roughly the size of Colorado or Oregon.

United States

  1. The United States is a major donor of humanitarian aid to Sudan, and the U.S. has welcomed steps toward peace in the country.
  2. The United States is a member of the commission and has generally accepted the work of the experts.
  3. The United States is also an important trading partner.
  4. The United States is the country's largest trading partner, providing 34.5% of Guatemala's imports and receiving 46.2% of its exports.
  5. The United States is the largest foreign investor in Brazil, accounting for almost $20 billion, or 34% of total foreign investment.

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