• Macedonia!

    Macedonia: Traditional architecture. Go Now!

    Macedonia
    Macedonia is a country still finding its unique identity, but its architecture is already one of a kind. Explore Macedonia!

  • St. Kitts & Nevis!

    St. Kitts & Nevis: Nevis Island. Go Now!

    St. Kitts & Nevis
    This island nation mixes aspects of European, African, and Caribbean culture... not to mention incredible beaches. Go Now!

  • Austria!

    Austria: Belvedere Palace. Go Now!

    Austria
    Belvedere Palace (pictured) is just one of many palaces found in Vienna. The capital is a good start to Austria, which also features the Alps, the Lakes District, and incredible history & food. Go Now!

  • Sweden!

    Sweden: Swedish Village. Go Now!

    Sweden
    This Scandinavian country boasts big city excitement in Stockholm to small town charm. Begin Your Journey!

  • Samoa!

    Samoa: A traditional home. Go Now!

    Samoa
    Among the most famous of the South Pacific's many countries, Samoa sits in the heart of Polynesia and has a culture to match. Begin Your Journey!

  • Australia!

    Australia: Great Barrier Reef. Go Now!

    Australia
    The world's largest and most famous reef, the Great Barrier Reef (pictured) is enough to draw many to Australia, but the cities, foods, and untamed interior are also reason enough to visit. Begin Your Journey!

Egypt

Name: Arab Republic of Egypt
Independence: February 28, 1922
Capital: Cairo
Currency: Egyptian Pound
Population: 83,688,164 (2013 estimate)
Ethnicity: Egyptian (Hamidic)
Language: Arabic
Religion: Sunni Muslim

Additional information for African countries is coming in the next few years.

Articles

 

Five Things You Didn't Know About the Egyptians
By Justin Dodge

Returning to Egypt helped me recognize a few odd things, so without further ado, here are five things you probably didn't know about Egypt:

1. The Egyptians like to eat pigeon ...or at least that's one of the most prevalent sources of protein so they must eat it... Continue Reading

This page was last updated: November, 2013