• Lebanon!

    Lebanon: House in Byblos. Go Now!

    Lebanon
    This country is home to a wide range of people from conservative Muslims and Christians to liberals who embrace the changing world. Explore Lebanon!

  • Antarctica!

    Antarctica: Penguins. Go Now!

    Antarctica
    Although isolated, there exists an odd culture of research, preservation, and unrestricted wildlife on the southern continent. Explore Antarctica!

  • Albania!

    Albania: Village of Theth! Go Now!

    Albania
    Albania is unique in Europe, starting with its Muslim heritage, but expanding to include food, culture, and even its natural beauty. Explore Albania!

  • Germany!

    Germany: Town Hall. Go Now!

    Germany
    Food, beer, natural beauty, and more create a country that's known for its distinct culture and history. Go Now!

  • Peru!

    Peru: Lake Titicaca. Go Now!

    Peru
    More than Machu Picchu, Peru boasts a number of historic cultures from the Nazca to the Incans and dozens of others, including the Aymara who settled Lake Titicaca (pictured). Explore Peru!

  • Barbados!

    Barbados: Pier on the beach. Go Now!

    Barbados
    This Caribbean island has hints of British culture, but is wholly Caribbean as well. Explore Barbados!

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