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Big Encyclopedia. Countries and nations. Simple answers to difficult questions:
Are there now seven wonders of the world?
Can I talk with a whistle?
Could you call someone an Eskimo?
Did people ever speak Latin?
Do all 13 consider the number of misfortunes in all countries?
For what three seas did the Tver merchant Afanasy Nikitin make his walk?
Has Paris always been a city of dreams?
How big is the largest mosque in the world?
How did Canada get its name?
How did the city of Nome get its name from?
How did the concept of Uncle Sam?
How did the English language happen?
How did the national anthems originate?
How did the two-headed eagle appear in the Russian coat of arms?
How does the numbering system of houses in St. Petersburg differ from that generally accepted in other cities of Russia?
How does the presence of ghosts affect the price of an English house?
How is industrial waste used in Japan?
How long does the Celts live in Britain?
How long is the Great Wall of China?
How many different languages on Earth?
How many independent states (other than Great Britain) is the English Queen?
How many islands is Venice located?
How many kilometers between the Pacific and Atlantic oceans?
How many people live in Antarctica?
How many people work in the largest office?
How many people work in the largest supermarket?
How many stars and stripes are on the US flag and why?
How many surnames are in South Korea?
How many times is the largest US state more than the smallest?
How many US states?
How many words do Eskimos have for the name of snow?
How much is a square kilometer of the Earth?
How prestigious is it to be a politician in Germany?
How tall is a pygmy?
How was Vitvatersrand, the world's largest gold ore containing uranium, discovered?
In honor of whom they named America?
In what state is the city of Washington, the capital of the United States?
In which city did the population for the first time on Earth reach a million people?
In which country did the flag first appear?
In which country do they drink the most milk?
In which country of the world is the lowest birth rate?
In which language are the longest words?
In which part of the world are most states?
In which state does the educational institution that trains astrologers officially operate?
Is French toast really from France?
Is the New Year equally celebrated around the world?
Under which flag does the most ships sail?
What are artificial languages?
What are the most common surnames?
What country is between the Tigris and Euphrates?
What did Bill Buffalo (Buffalo Bill) do with buffaloes?
What distinguishes the Mexican pyramids from the Egyptian pyramids?
What do our names mean?
What do St. Bernard wear around his neck?
What does a person say when he sneezes?
What does kangaroo mean in aboriginal language?
What does the dragon in the Moscow coat of arms of St. George impart?
What does the Queen say to the knighted during the ceremony?
What happened in America before it was discovered by Columbus?
What holiday does the largest number of people gather in one place?
What is bonsai?
What is in common between the Statue of Liberty and the Eiffel Tower?
What is more likely: death from a lightning strike or from a fallen asteroid?
What is the capital of Brazil?
What is the capital of Thailand called?
What is the most dangerous profession in the world?
What is the name of the statue on Piccadilly Square in London?
What is the number of the Chinese and the Japanese playing the same role as the number 13 of the Europeans and Americans?
What is the size of the Statue of Liberty in New York?
What is three times more dangerous than war?
What is very remarkable about Scotland, kilts, bagpipes, haggis, oatmeal, whiskey and tartan?
What language do Roma speak?
What language does the word ax and dog belong to?
What languages do most people speak?
What part of the total mortality in the world are victims of military action?
What ruined the culture of the High North?
What struck Winston Churchill at a Moscow hotel?
What was the color of the sky in ancient Greece?
What were boomerangs used for?
What's the name of the biggest rock in the world?
What's the shortest name?
When did English appear?
When did English folklore and customs originate?
When did the surnames appear?
When did the Volga become a completely Russian river?
When did they begin to celebrate All Saints Day?
When was the Capitol built in Washington?
Where and when is Culture Day of extraterrestrial civilizations celebrated?
Where are you from Panama?
Where did the blue and yellow colors of the Ukrainian flag come from?
Where did the chicken tikka masala come from?
Where did the events of the novel Robinson Crusoe take place?
Where did the golden beasts, birds and butterflies live?
Where did the name Kenya come from?
Where did the statues on Easter Island come from?
Where did you come up with a log cabin?
Where do coins from the Trevi Roman Fountain go?
Where do most people live?
Where do they show each other language?
Where does Ceylon tea grow?
Where is Calvary?
Where is the Ararat Valley?
Where is the biggest wooden structure?
Where is the largest airport in the world?
Where is the largest Christian church?
Where is the largest synagogue?
Where is the most massive pyramid?
Where is the peak of Ismail Somoni?
Which animals are more common on state symbols?
Which city is called Venice of the East?
Which country in the world is the most read?
Which country is called Silver?
Which country is located on the Indian subcontinent?
Which country is located simultaneously in Europe and Asia?
Which country is named after Christopher Columbus?
Which country is the largest in South America?
Which country is the smallest in the world?
Which country occupies 13,000 islands?
Which country produces the most hours?
Which is the largest city in the world?
Which of the Seven Wonders of the World has survived to this day?
Which of the states in the UN has the largest territory and what is the smallest?
Which plants are most commonly found on government symbols?
Which religion sends a curse on people by poking dolls?
Which state flag has different front and back sides?
Which was the largest city in 1500?
Who are the aborigines?
Who are the binders?
Who are the inhabitants of the rocks?
Who built St. Peterís Cathedral in London?
Who gave the name to the city of Los Angeles?
Who invented champagne?
Who is the owner of the Statue of Liberty?
Who lives in the needle?
Who was the Alexander Column in St. Petersburg originally devoted to?
Who was the first European to see Victoria Falls?
Who were the first Europeans in Australia?
Who whipped faces on Mount Rushmore?
Why are the laws of the North Carolina State of America prohibited to plow on elephants?
Why are the London police called Bobby?
Why are the native people of America called Indians?
Why are there so many channels in Venice?
Why did Benjamin Franklin object to putting an eagle on the US coat of arms?
Why did Washington become the capital?
Why didn't Captain Nemo become a Pole?
Why do Chinese people like rice so much?
Why do English sailors wear black ties around their necks?
Why do most Irish last names start with O?
Why do not samurai serve in the Japanese police?
Why do Roma retain their customs?
Why does the tower of Pisa fall?
Why don't we speak the same language?
Why is America so called?
Why is Hawaiian one of the most melodious in the world?
Why is it impossible to vote for someone else in the European Parliament?
Why is Japan called the Land of the Rising Sun?
Why is the area in France called Normandy?
Why is the UK divided into counties?
Why is the White House so called?
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