Although these are extremely popular tourist spots, the following countries are often misguided by tourists as Australia’s capital, Sydney, or Mongolia, only steppe …
AUSTRALIA CAPITAL IS SYDNEY
“Sydney or Melbourne” is the answer of many visitors when asked “Where is the capital of Australia?”. However, the capital of this kangaroo country is Canberra, a less famous city.
In 1901, when it became a state of 5 states and 3 territories, Australia began to choose the capital. Sydney and Melbourne are all good candidates. However, after much controversy, politicians decided to choose Canberra, a city not close to the sea, with no big settlements and no overheating in the summer as the capital.
AFRICA DISCHARGE AND HARD DEVELOPMENT
We often hear only about the bad side of Africa like corruption, war, disease, crime and poverty. But the fact that Africa is a continent has cultures, landscapes and many extremely diverse and unique activities.
If you don’t drive yourself to Rwanda, you can’t believe how clean everything is, there’s almost no trash on the road. Since the mid-1990s, Rwanda has had more than one million people out of poverty and maintaining peace. The role of women is also higher than any other country in the world (64% of people in parliament are women). The sprawling villas in the capital Kigali will surely overwhelm you.
THE OLD RIVER IS ONLY HAVING THE RAW
Mongolia is often known for endless green steppes, nomadic life and large herds. However, the country also has modern and bustling cities, notably the capital Ulaanbaatar, home to 45% of the country’s population. Here, other tourists will experience everything from shopping, culinary to historical museums, monasteries and national parks.
INDIA IS A BUDDHIST COUNTRY
India is one of the most religiously diverse countries in the world. However, most of the population here follows Hinduism and not Buddhism as many people think. According to World Atlas, of the more than one billion Hindus, about 966 million people live in India and this shows that 80% of the population in this country according to Hinduism and Buddhists only accounts for 0.7%.