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I'll tell you one fact you don't know about your country
Denmark grindz 
I need your Age: Hobby: go mens))
2020-02-09 10:57
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OCEAN | 
Reunion 1iquser 
just say one fact please
2020-02-09 10:59
Bro that's reunion((
2020-02-09 10:59
#4
OCEAN | 
Reunion 1iquser 
fakk mens((
2020-02-09 11:00
#702
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Netherlands PasscaLl 
everyone are know this details by know
2020-02-18 18:09
haha
2020-02-09 13:39
Age:17 Hobby: who cars
2020-02-09 10:59
Spain just won EURO 2020 in handball beating Croatia 22-20 in the final.
2020-02-09 11:02
Well done i wasn't know this details
2020-02-09 11:03
mens(
2020-02-09 11:03
#53
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Spain Jbc12301 
i knew it
2020-02-09 11:15
Nice mens)) Do you play handball?
2020-02-09 13:52
#162
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Spain Jbc12301 
yes
2020-02-09 14:05
Same! What position do you play on the field?
2020-02-09 14:06
#166
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Spain Jbc12301 
i am goalkeeper but in the past i played like pivot
2020-02-09 14:08
Nice. I play left back in the 3rd division in my age. Pivot is hard in my opinion. I play playmaker as well.
2020-02-09 14:10
#453
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Argentina Joedash 
I play handball but only at school, explain me some strats mens))
2020-02-10 07:40
Crossing is well known. And pressure each defender when you're attacking, and then one guy on either the left or right wing should be able to shoot with enough space. You can google as well if you want to learn more.
2020-02-10 08:08
#477
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Argentina Joedash 
okay thx, btw, it has the same rules as basket right?
2020-02-10 08:30
I think double dribbling is allowed in basket. But the three step rule is the same. In handball it's also allowed to me way more physical since it's a contact sport. Here's a great video if you want to learn the game: youtube.com/watch?v=69Ap8WsenXc
2020-02-10 08:32
#489
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Argentina Joedash 
okay thx!
2020-02-10 08:37
No worries man. Feel free to ask if you have more questions or anything :D
2020-02-10 08:39
#502
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Argentina Joedash 
Okay, i'll keep it in mind.
2020-02-10 08:46
:D
2020-02-10 08:52
#5
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Ukraine NAVl 
Age: 19 Hobby: arguing on hltv
2020-02-09 11:00
Data from the World Health Organisation (WHO) ranks Ukraine sixth for alcohol consumption, with 13.9 litres glugged per capita per year. Only Belarus, which tops the chart, Moldova, Lithuania, Russia and Romania consume more.
2020-02-09 11:03
I think Germany is right behind Ukraine, but I am not sure
2020-02-09 15:07
I think that's correct.
2020-02-09 16:23
This is very obvious for ukrainians and so is the “arsenalna” station fact. I’m actually wondering wether you’ll find something I don't know :D Would you give another one please?
2020-02-09 16:21
You may not know this? :) Ukraine Is World’s Largest Sunflower Seed Producer Ukraine has vast tracts of land dedicated to the growth of sunflower plants. It is estimated that the total size of Ukraine’s sunflower farmlands could cover the entire territory of Slovenia.
2020-02-09 16:23
Knew this one since my early childhood. We would often drive to Crimea and I asked my parents what those yellow flowers following like 90% of out-of-town roads were. This was when I learned of this fact.
2020-02-09 16:34
So let's drink for it!
2020-02-09 19:36
#678
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Poland Adisky 
Poland not even top 5? thats sad
2020-02-14 23:16
Yeah
2020-02-14 23:17
Age:18 hobby: idk
2020-02-09 11:00
The national symbol of India is the endangered Bengal Tiger.
2020-02-09 11:03
i knew that
2020-02-09 11:05
oof did you know this: Indian railway employs more than a million people, making it the largest employers in the world
2020-02-09 11:07
Nah, I didn't know this, thx for the info
2020-02-09 11:10
No worries mens))
2020-02-09 11:11
#196
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India OOFmiester 
how the fuck do you not know that?
2020-02-09 15:19
I don't know
2020-02-10 12:47
#157
gla1ve | 
Denmark topres 
Walmart employs 2.2 million associates around the world -- 1.5 million in the U.S. alone. Which is also pretty sick.
2020-02-09 13:56
Det er rimelig vildt
2020-02-09 14:01
20 football
2020-02-09 11:00
The Berlin Zoological Garden is the country's oldest zoo, opening in 1844, and claims to have more species of animals – more than 1,300 – than any zoo in the world.
2020-02-09 11:04
Whoa that's a fact about my country I didn't know
2020-02-09 11:05
You learned something new mens)) 😎
2020-02-09 11:05
19 No
2020-02-09 11:01
In Germany there’s no punishment for a prisoner who tries to escape from jail, because it is a basic human instinct to be free.
2020-02-09 11:05
I knew that one. Good that you didn't tell me this fact because I'd want my money back)))
2020-02-09 11:06
hehe
2020-02-09 11:08
Im not german 😎😎😎😎😎😎😎😎😎😎😎😎😎😎😎😎😎😎😎😎😎😎
2020-02-09 11:06
Okay but i tell you a fact based on your flag. If you want a new fact tell me your real country or change your flag and type a new comment mens))
2020-02-09 11:09
No
2020-02-09 11:10
fak you
2020-02-09 11:10
Ok pashaNOJ
2020-02-09 11:10
#446
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Austria epiXYZ 
he is polski
2020-02-09 21:43
#31
BENZ | 
Germany I_car 
Hitler doesn't agree with you
2020-02-09 11:09
Nt hit Hitmen
2020-02-09 11:10
#40
BENZ | 
Germany I_car 
2020-02-09 11:12
H3 is a secret agent
2020-02-09 11:12
He thinks you're jerman 🤣😂🤣😂🤣😂
2020-02-09 11:06
#24
2020-02-09 11:07
#15
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Uzbekistan zMo_z 
18 wasting time
2020-02-09 11:04
Chuchvara is similar to ravioli (Russian pelmeni) and stuffed with onions and mutton. Manti is a dumpling filled with the same. Somsa (samosa) is a pastry pocket filled with mutton or beef, pumpkin or potatoes.
2020-02-09 11:06
25 Games, woodworking, excersise
2020-02-09 11:04
Stairs are narrow in the Dutch houses. And sometimes you may have to lift your furniture from outside the window when you are shifting it top floors above the ground floor and up above.
2020-02-09 11:09
Thats not a new fact wtf Anyone who lived in a house knows this
2020-02-09 11:14
Sorry mens(( Did you know this: The Netherlands is also the largest consumer of Licorice in the world.
2020-02-09 11:16
Ofcourse I knew this
2020-02-09 11:26
You clever men)) If you know this i owe you something: The Dutch are known for wooden shoes called clogs. Clogs are a traditional footwear dating back to the 13th century, but most Dutch residents don’t wear them today in the cities, and the shoes have instead become a tourist icon. Outside of the big cities, however, travellers may see farmers and other village townspeople still rocking the footwear.
2020-02-09 11:55
#170
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North America daesoulae 
i knew this mens))))
2020-02-09 14:13
Something we dont know maybe?
2020-02-14 23:27
sorry mens((
2020-02-15 00:44
#79
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Netherlands Alvinvl 
I didnt so +1 for this one
2020-02-09 11:54
Nice mens))
2020-02-09 11:54
22 guitar Calisthenics running gonna add krav maga
2020-02-09 11:06
1981 - Greece becomes a member.
2020-02-09 11:10
I knew that 😊
2020-02-09 13:20
But did you know this: June 14, 1985 - Five of the 10 member states sign the Schengen Agreement, which eventually opens borders of agreeing member states, doing away with border controls. As of 2016, 26 countries belong to the Schengen Area.
2020-02-09 13:26
Ofc i did i am from Poland Schengen info and open boards are super popular coz we ZUG ZUG money in Germany etc
2020-02-09 13:30
If you know this i owe you something: September 5, 2018 - The European Union adopts the European Travel Information and Authorization System, an additional security check for travelers who do not normally need a visa to enter the Schengen Area. The security check will come into effect in 2021.
2020-02-09 13:51
Thats something New good job m8
2020-02-09 13:54
Thanks mens))
2020-02-09 13:54
#32
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Germany BIG_FAN 
Age: 17 Hobby: yes
2020-02-09 11:10
Germany had the second best keeper in the EURO 2020 handball cup. Johannes Bitter had a saving percentage on 35 %
2020-02-09 11:12
Age: 17 Hobby: idk
2020-02-09 11:11
Mummering is a tradition in which people wear masks or paint their faces and perform plays in the community. Mummers may also visit houses like carolers used to do.
2020-02-09 11:13
#44
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Romania sambusuuuu 
17 Gaming
2020-02-09 11:13
In a very remote area in Romania’s Apuseni National Park, cave drawings were discovered that are around 32,000 years old. The 13 drawings of rhinos, buffalos, horses, and cats are in the Coliboaia cave. Experts believe the drawings are very well preserved because this area is not subject to flooding.
2020-02-09 11:13
#45
BENZ | 
Germany I_car 
Age:17 Hobby: No
2020-02-09 11:13
There is a closing law for shops in Germany! Don’t expect to find shops open after 8 pm on Sundays. For groceries on Sundays, you’ll have to go to a train station store.
2020-02-09 11:14
I doubt that this is new to any german tho
2020-02-09 14:22
Age :17 Hobby: assrape
2020-02-09 11:13
Holding a Guinness record for highest average annual rainfall, this town in Meghalaya gets about 11,873 millimetres of rain owing to its proximity to the Bay of Bengal. The winter months of this region are spent in preparation for the six-month-long monsoon ahead.
2020-02-09 11:15
U didn't even mention the town where it happens in our geography books it's given and a very common fact mawsynram
2020-02-09 11:26
#51
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Netherlands Boutdis 
19 mens)) dont know
2020-02-09 11:15
Belgium and the Netherlands were awarded for being the most bike-friendly countries in 2013.
2020-02-09 11:16
#58
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Netherlands Boutdis 
expected, netherlands has been for decades mens)) give better fact
2020-02-09 11:18
Amsterdam is also Europe’s 5th busiest travel destination handling over 4.2 million travelers every year.
2020-02-09 11:19
#63
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Netherlands Boutdis 
I knew this already xd wtf
2020-02-09 11:31
Did you know this: Promoting green energy has become a vivid topic in Dutch politics. The government has made plans to reduce the country’s emissions of greenhouse gases to zero by 2050. It also hopes to ban petrol- and diesel-powered cars by 2030, making way for more electric vehicles.
2020-02-09 11:53
#105
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Netherlands Alvinvl 
Yes its known.
2020-02-09 12:26
Do you know this: The Dutch are estimated to have at least 18 million bicycles. In 2013 the Netherlands together with Denmark were ranked by the European Cyclists' Federation as the most bike-friendly countries in Europe.
2020-02-09 13:50
#160
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Netherlands Alvinvl 
Im just gonna give you a +1 for the effort youre putting into this man.
2020-02-09 14:04
Haha thanks man. I don’t know all of this myself though haha.
2020-02-09 14:05
Age: 19 Hobby: football, basketball, table tennis, volleyball, gym, chess, maths, swimming, cycling, hiking
2020-02-09 11:16
The Warsaw Radio Mast in Konstantynow was the world’s tallest structure from 1974, until its collapse in 1991. It was the second tallest structure ever built after Burj Khalifa, completed in 2010. The mast was 646.38 meters (2,120.7 ft) tall.
2020-02-09 11:17
17 football
2020-02-09 11:24
This sculpture, on a rocky outcrop at the river Danube’s Iron Gates gorge, was made between 1994 and 2004 and depicts Decebalus, the last king of Dacia, who fought against the Roman Empire.
2020-02-09 11:40
i knew that
2020-02-09 12:46
But you won't know this: Romania’s 22,298km rail network is the 15th most extensive in the world. Bucharest’s mass transit network is the fourth largest in Europe.
2020-02-09 13:48
#64
meyern | 
Portugal CRMN1 
20 Social media and youtube
2020-02-09 11:34
People living in Porto are nicknamed “Tripeiros” or “Tripe Eaters” due to the fact that they helped their national fleet by supplying them with meat during the 15th Century, leaving behind only tripe for the people themselves. This act became a source of pride later when the voyage gained victory over Ceuta in North Africa.
2020-02-09 11:40
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meyern | 
Portugal CRMN1 
I'm a massive FC Porto fan. Didn't know the "leaving behind only tripe for the people themselves. This act became a source of pride later when the voyage gained victory over Ceuta in North Africa" part. Fair enough, good job.
2020-02-09 13:36
Thanks mens)) Hope you liked what you learned :D
2020-02-09 13:47
Age: 17 Hobby: Masterbaiting 👌
2020-02-09 11:34
Green tea with mint and sweetened with sugar is a popular beverage in Morocco.
2020-02-09 11:41
mens((
2020-02-09 11:44
Did you know that one?
2020-02-09 11:52
Everyone knows that ffs
2020-02-09 11:55
But you won't know this: Morocco’s current royal family, the Alaouites, dates from the 17th century. Sultan Mohammed V, the current monarch’s grandfather, organized Morocco as a constitutional monarchy and assumed the title of King in 1957. Mohamed VI has been King of Morocco since July 30, 1999.[7]
2020-02-09 11:56
ik that too nt
2020-02-09 12:00
Too smart men(( What do i owe you now?
2020-02-09 13:47
#69
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Czech Republic VeryCzechGuy 
19 Cycling,Hiking
2020-02-09 11:42
The Czech Republic has the highest castle-density in the world. Get your fix of medieval charm with more than 2,000 around the country to Czech out.
2020-02-09 11:51
#137
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Czech Republic VeryCzechGuy 
i knew that
2020-02-09 13:39
But did you know this: Some Czechs who are internationally renowned in their fields of endeavor include Gregor Mendel (science of genetics), Alphonse Mucha (visual arts), Franz Kafka (literary arts), plus Martina Navratilova and Ivan Lendl (Sports-tennis).
2020-02-09 13:43
#174
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Czech Republic VeryCzechGuy 
yes i did , and its Alfons Mucha not Alphonse :), nt my friend I could add Prokop Diviš who invented the lightning rod, Ferdinand Porsche who founded the Porsche company, Otto Wichterle who invented contact lenses, Josef Ressel who invented the propeller, and Karel Čapek who invented the word "robot"
2020-02-09 14:48
18 Football
2020-02-09 11:43
Tulips were first cultivated in the Ottoman Empire. The seeds of Holland's love for tulips were sown when the Dutch ambassador to the 16th-century court of Süleyman the Magnificent of Turkey returned to Amsterdam with a clutch of tulip bulbs.
2020-02-09 11:51
everyone knows that in turkey, in fact there is a festival for that flower.
2020-02-09 17:40
#72
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Korea XigNw0w 
19 Gym, jogging, backpacking (rarely nowadays) and Canoeing.
2020-02-09 11:46
Same-sex touching is common among men and women and their friends in South Korea. South Korean boys and men practice a thing called no homo (skinship) where they cultivate a bond by touching each other, usually with platonic gestures such as handshakes. Getting touchy-feely can also extend to teachers and students as long as they are the same sex.
2020-02-09 11:52
#77
Rob4 | 
Serbia e_loK 
20 Playing csgo, mtg and drums
2020-02-09 11:53
It is not only a word – according to the international polls, Serbs are statistically the most hospitable nation in the world. It is a custom of a vast legacy which can be traced to the ancient Slavic belief that a host would not gain any favour from the gods if he did not show hospitality to a guest.
2020-02-09 11:54
#103
Rob4 | 
Serbia e_loK 
That explains a lot
2020-02-09 12:11
Did you know it tho?
2020-02-09 13:49
#81
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Finland renge 
23 anime
2020-02-09 11:54
The Finns also drink a lot of milk. In fact, they have the world’s highest annual consumption of milk per capita!
2020-02-09 11:56
Everybody knows that in Finland
2020-02-09 13:40
Ok but do you guys know this: Finns can pride themselves on having the third best passport in the world, just shortly behind Germany, Singapore, and Japan. This means that they can visit the most of the countries in the world without getting a visa.
2020-02-09 13:44
#206
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Finland pokka 
Where are you getting this either false or basic information
2020-02-09 15:54
I'm just googling lmao.
2020-02-09 15:54
I heard about this in some video
2020-02-09 15:57
Clever mens))
2020-02-09 15:57
+1
2020-02-09 15:56
#85
jks | 
Australia gEFFx 
Age: 18 Hobby: sexing ur mother 😎
2020-02-09 11:55
My mom is dead so i assume you like sexing air.
2020-02-09 11:57
#94
jks | 
Australia gEFFx 
Nt I knew that fact
2020-02-09 12:00
Wtf men(( She died last year :(
2020-02-09 13:49
#448
jks | 
Australia gEFFx 
Sorry mens)) I was talking about the air thing, hope everything is ok Danish friend!
2020-02-09 22:01
It's okay mens)) I'm still sad but it gets better day by day.
2020-02-09 22:02
#684
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Russia ArtyoMM 
alt detected?
2020-02-14 23:33
yes
2020-02-15 00:43
#86
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Indonesia DeGOAT 
17 football
2020-02-09 11:55
The map below shows 98 nations colour-coded according to the average height of its male residents (no reliable data is available for those countries that appear in grey). The Netherlands, where the average adult male is 1.838m tall, tops the table. Indonesia props up the rest, with an average height of just 1.58m.
2020-02-09 11:58
#93
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Finland petemeister 
Where's the map?! 😠😠
2020-02-09 12:00
Sorry can't find it
2020-02-09 13:11
Age: 15 Hobby: CS and Skiing
2020-02-09 11:58
#92
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Finland petemeister 
Age: 25 Hobby: I have many, let's say gaming
2020-02-09 11:59
Heard about the Finnish Sauna tradition? If you have, then you will probably not be as surprised by this fact about Finland, but yes, there are more Saunas than cars! Even Burger King in Helsinki has a Sauna.
2020-02-09 12:50
#171
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Finland veganisti 
-1 everybody knows that
2020-02-09 14:15
men((
2020-02-09 14:55
+1
2020-02-09 15:57
#620
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Finland petemeister 
I have heard that there are more saunas than cars in Finland, but according to a quick Google-search this might not actually be true. Not gonna bother fact checking it though. I have not heard of Burger King having a sauna though. Shameful for a Finn, isn't it? Anyway, that's pretty neat.
2020-02-10 15:18
#96
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Greece andrews4 
22 Gaming,football
2020-02-09 12:02
Greece is the leading producer of sea sponges
2020-02-09 12:51
#349
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Greece andrews4 
Thats amazing,kinda expected though
2020-02-09 17:02
28 Scuba diving and climbing
2020-02-09 12:03
You're welcome, world! The cheese slicer was invented way back in 1925 by Thor Bjørklund and has become a staple of all Scandinavian kitchens, and many others around the world. While a lot of cheese is sold pre-sliced, many people still buy blocks of cheese and use the invention that has changed little in almost 100 years.
2020-02-09 12:51
I knew that
2020-02-09 16:11
Did you know this? But it may surprise you to learn that it's not in the North! It's actually on the other side of the world. Administered by Norway since 1929, Bouvet Island in the South Atlantic Ocean is Planet Earth's most remote island. It is located approximately 1,700km north of the coastline of Antarctica and 2,600km away from the South African coast. The closest inhabited land is the British overseas territory of Tristan da Cunha, more than 2,000km away. Tristan is also an extremely remote place. Norway designated the 49km² island and its territorial waters a nature reserve in the 1970s. While no-one lives on the island, Norwegian authorities do maintain an (unmanned) weather station. This means it's easy to check the weather there from Norway, or anywhere else in the world for that matter.
2020-02-09 16:12
Yes....
2020-02-09 16:13
#98
Dosia | 
Latvia hellsave 
29, go
2020-02-09 12:05
With over 800 Art Nouveau buildings, Riga has one of the world’s greatest galleries of this joyful style. Alberta iela is a street almost entirely created by Art Nouveau genius Mikhail Eisenstein, and his son film director Sergei Eisenstein was one of the founders of modern cinema.
2020-02-09 12:52
#99
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Denmark LaqeuZ 
12 Gaming
2020-02-09 12:06
Danish philosopher Søren Kierkegaard is one of the most important philosophers of the 19th century and is known as the “Father of Existentialism,” which describes human life in terms of ethics, aesthetics, and religion
2020-02-09 12:52
#100
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Czech Republic Rewask 
Age: who cars Hobby: who cars
2020-02-09 12:08
Inventors have abounded throughout the history of the Czech people, and Czechs have invented the first grounded lightning rod, the screw propeller, the modern compass, sugar cubes, photogravure, the arc lamp, the plastic explosive Semtex, and soft contact lenses, among other things.
2020-02-09 13:11
#121
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Czech Republic Rewask 
Actually knew all of that.
2020-02-09 13:13
Fak
2020-02-09 13:22
Age: 16 Hobby: /
2020-02-09 12:09
Tours of Brazil’s shanty towns, or “favelas”, have become popular tourist attractions in recent years. Among the most famous is colourful Santa Marta in Rio de Janeiro which has been visited by the likes of Michael Jackson, Madonna and Beyonce.
2020-02-09 13:12
19 physics you probably aint telling me something i dont know already.
2020-02-09 12:10
The Amazon River is the world’s largest by volume of water discharged. Around 209,000 cubic metres per second flow into the Atlantic Ocean – more than the next seven largest rivers combined and enough to fill Lake Baikal – the world’s deepest lake – in less than four years. During the wet season the river is up to 30 miles wide.
2020-02-09 13:12
yes, it is. cool, isnt it?
2020-02-09 17:16
#104
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Indonesia JarofKam 
17 consuming media
2020-02-09 12:24
The Komodo dragon lives on just five Indonesian islands – Komodo, Rinca, Flores, Gili Motang, and Padar. They are truly fearsome, weighing up to 150lbs and possessing toxic bites, allowing them to hunt and kill far bigger animals – even humans.
2020-02-10 08:44
#657
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Indonesia JarofKam 
already knew
2020-02-12 12:52
#107
Turkey _TT 
22 translate
2020-02-09 12:47
Mustafa Kemal Ataturk is the father of the modern Turkish nation. When he rose to power in 1921, he lifted the ban on alcohol, adopted the Gregorian calendar instead of the Islamic, made Sunday a day of rest instead of Friday, changed the Turkish alphabet from Arabic letters to Roman, and mandated that the call to prayer be in Turkish rather than Arabic. He even banned the iconic red Turkish fez hat.[22]
2020-02-09 13:12
#163
Turkey _TT 
dude i know those facts already
2020-02-09 14:06
clever mens((
2020-02-10 08:43
17 playing bass/guitar
2020-02-09 12:51
Polish food is absolutely delicious! Gołąbki, golonka, żurek and kotlet schabowy will blow your mind but the Polish dish that you MUST try is called pierogi! Pierogies are the kind of dough filled with different fillings. Usually cooked or baked pierogies are served with the greaves, onion or sour cream.
2020-02-09 13:23
bro pierogi are one of the most famous polish dishes, every pole have eaten then.
2020-02-09 13:39
Do you know this: Poland has the second oldest University in Europe The Jagiellonian University was founded by King Casimir III the Great in 1364. It means that it's the second University in Europe as the first one was created in Prague sixteen years before. The university teaches continuously until today. It has 43 405 students so it shouldn't be surprising that many well-known people like Nicolaus Copernicus, John Paul II or Bronisław Malinowski have graduated from this place.
2020-02-09 13:46
i propably read about this in my history textbook years ago ,but i forgot
2020-02-09 13:56
Nice
2020-02-09 14:00
THEY ARE THE BEST DISH IN THE WORLD
2020-02-09 16:48
Nice men))
2020-02-09 16:48
#279
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Hungary Shiron212 
SEND B A S S
2020-02-09 16:16
TRIIIPALOSKI
2020-02-09 16:17
#114
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United States America! 
henlo men) 17 being stupid on hltv
2020-02-09 12:53
The 16th president was a tall six-feet-four-inches, or 193 centimeters. Our smallest president to hold office was James Madison. The fourth president, whose term was served from 1809 to 1817, stood five feet and four inches tall, or 163 centimeters. He also weighed less than 100 pounds.
2020-02-09 13:23
#115
NAF | 
Netherlands Ramskis 
Age 21 Hobby csgo i guess
2020-02-09 12:58
in 2016, Schiphol operated 4,633 flights per week in 2016, according to a report by Dutch economic institute SEO on behalf of the Airport Council International. Schiphol is 100 percent government-owned and handles around 60 million passengers per year.
2020-02-09 13:24
#404
NAF | 
Netherlands Ramskis 
A very pogchamp fact mens))))
2020-02-09 19:04
thanks mens))
2020-02-10 08:43
#122
Magisk | 
Pakistan exzish 
23. Programming.
2020-02-09 13:16
If you play soccer – called football by most people around the world – it's likely you've put a boot into a product made in Pakistan. Workers in the country hand-sew many of the soccer balls distributed around the world, and as The Atlantic reports, roughly 40% of all soccer balls in the world are made in one Pakistani city: Sialkot.
2020-02-09 13:25
#132
Magisk | 
Pakistan exzish 
Good to know.
2020-02-09 13:34
34 policy
2020-02-09 13:31
The Trans-Siberian Railroad was built between 1891 and 1916. It connects Moscow to far eastern Russia. Its the longest railway line in the world with a length of 9,289 kilometres.
2020-02-09 13:42
#136
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Netherlands Shazymir 
Age:almost 18 Hobby:gameing,parties,music,outdoor activities
2020-02-09 13:39
There are about 15,000 km of bike lanes in the Netherlands.
2020-02-09 13:43
#147
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Netherlands Shazymir 
oh good to know
2020-02-09 13:48
indeed.
2020-02-09 13:48
14 Gaming and drinking
2020-02-09 14:07
According to the 2007 UNICEF report on child well-being in rich countries, Finland has the highest level of academic achievements of all surveyed countries for reading, mathematics and sciences. However, it also has the lowest percentage of children 'liking school a lot' (only 8%).
2020-02-09 14:09
21 game, Exercise
2020-02-09 14:11
The South Korean National Information Agency estimates that 14% of the people between the ages of 9 and 12 have an Internet addiction. In 2011, South Korea passed a law called the Shutdown, or Cinderella, Law that bans anyone younger than 16 from online game sites, which is largely ignored by the youth.
2020-02-09 14:56
I know this. lul
2020-02-09 15:28
#172
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Finland veganisti 
tell me facts
2020-02-09 14:16
The Nordic countries are famous for being heavy coffee-drinkers and the Finns are not an exception. How many cups per year is hard to estimate, but the average Finn will consume as much as 12 kilos of coffee annually!
2020-02-09 14:57
#190
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Finland veganisti 
-1 everybody knows that
2020-02-09 15:12
+1
2020-02-09 15:58
#175
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Armenia cGev 
age: 10011 hobby: I like binary numbers
2020-02-09 14:52
Armenia is one of the oldest country that has produced wine in the world. It’s attributed to its blessed location of being on the fertile valleys of Mt Ararat where high quality grapes could be grown.
2020-02-09 15:03
#336
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Armenia cGev 
I know. And Armenia is the oldest Christian country
2020-02-09 16:40
#176
autist | 
Brazil hrp_ 
age: 12 hobby: NO hobby
2020-02-09 14:54
Rio de Janeiro hosts the world's largest carnival, annually held in the first week of March. The 2018 carnival reportedly drew 6 million participants.
2020-02-09 15:04
#186
autist | 
Brazil hrp_ 
I knew that !
2020-02-09 15:05
Ok but did you know this? Brazil has the largest lusophone population in the world. What’s a lusophone? A lusophone is a Portuguese speaker. Why lusophone? It’s because the Roman province of Lusitania covered most of Portugal.
2020-02-09 16:04
#338
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Brazil hrp_ 
no ! nice one
2020-02-09 16:44
Thanks mens))
2020-02-09 16:49
#177
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Brazil JMB_17 
18 none atm but I'm working on finding one
2020-02-09 14:54
Portugal claimed the land of Brazil in the year 1500.
2020-02-09 15:50
#405
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Brazil JMB_17 
Do you really think I didn't know that?
2020-02-09 19:31
Lmao i would get offended if you aswered it to me
2020-02-14 23:01
hahaha
2020-02-14 23:12
#179
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Finland Rapu9 
15 No.
2020-02-09 14:56
Money things are private in Finland. You don’t ask a person about their salary in Finland. I wouldn’t ask how much forest someone owns either. Nor do you ask a Lappish reindeer owner how many reindeer he has. It is like asking how much money he has on his bank account.
2020-02-09 15:51
I've asked my friend how many reindeer they have
2020-02-09 16:00
Good for you
2020-02-09 16:03
19 Idk
2020-02-09 14:57
Kyrgyzstan’s railway network extends to just 417 kilometres (it must be all those mountains), making it one of the shortest in the world. Many countries don't have any railways at all, however. They include Iceland, Greenland, Yemen, Oman, Bhutan, Libya and Papua New Guinea.
2020-02-09 15:52
19 Coding and Illustrating
2020-02-09 14:57
Gold accounts for a remarkable 43 per cent of Kyrgyzstan’s exports – second highest is “dried legumes”, which makes up 3.5 per cent. The Kumtor Gold Mine in the Tian Shan mountains, which opened in 1997, sits on one of the largest gold deposits in the world.
2020-02-09 15:52
I did know about the importance of gold in our economy and the percentage of it, but i'll still give you credits for searching for the info. Have a nice day :)
2020-02-09 17:48
You too.
2020-02-09 17:49
#187
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Tunisia Respecc 
16 who cars
2020-02-09 15:07
January 15, 2011 - Speaker of Parliament Fouad Mebazaa is sworn in as interim president. Mebazaa asks Prime Minister Mohamed Ghannouchi to form a national unity government.
2020-02-09 15:53
20 crying during sex
2020-02-09 15:12
If you find yourself in Baku, Azerbaijan’s capital, you might want to limber up for an arm wrestling match: the city is home to the Armwrestling Federation, who host the country’s professional league. Be warned: this is serious business in Baku’s gyms and bars.
2020-02-09 15:53
#191
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Switzerland Indeon 
20 photography & hitting the gym
2020-02-09 15:12
Switzerland may have some of the most expensive cities in the world to live in, but its citizens get value for money. According to the Social Progress Report, “medical”, “nutritional” and “access to basic knowledge” is where the country shines. It’s index is 88.87 out of 100.
2020-02-09 15:54
#192
juliano | 
Estonia Eluee 
17 being a failure
2020-02-09 15:13
According to a Gallup Poll, Estonia is the world’s least religious country. Just 16 per cent of respondents said religion was an important part of their life, compared to 27 per cent of Britons, 65 per cent of Americans and 100 per cent of Bangladeshis and Indonesians.
2020-02-09 15:55
20 playing cs menss
2020-02-09 15:13
The Drie Gezusters (Three Sisters) pub situated in Groningen is the largest pub in the whole of Europe and is a national heritage site.
2020-02-09 15:56
My cousin studies in groningen and he told me about this place, so I know it was the largest pub but I didn't know it was national heritage.. so I'' give you 50%
2020-02-09 16:08
Thanks mens))
2020-02-09 16:09
I'm french 22 Bowling
2020-02-09 15:14
Bro that's reunion((
2020-02-09 15:56
come on no meme please
2020-02-09 16:00
Okay sorry men(( But here you go mens)) When President Françoise Holland signed the bill into law on 18 May 2013, France became the ninth country in Europe and 14th in the world to legalise same-sex marriage. Although polls at the time showed that around 50 of French people supported gay marriage, not everyone was happy about it: thousands of people defending the so-called ‘family values’ took to the streets in protest.
2020-02-09 16:02
Ok very disappointing fact the protests were huge ahah
2020-02-09 16:03
Finlands mens too clever mens((
2020-02-09 16:05
lets go one more mens(( I have big brain
2020-02-09 16:06
Ok: The Finns also love their coffee. The average Finn consumes 12 kg of coffee yearly, the highest in the world. That’s twice as much as Italians drink and three times as much as Americans consume.
2020-02-09 16:06
Nice I didn't know because I'm not finn anyway thanks))
2020-02-09 16:11
Sorry i forgot :d
2020-02-09 16:30
Age: 13 Hobby: learning languages
2020-02-09 15:17
The Arsenalna station of Kiev Metro is the world’s second deepest station. It is located 346 feet below ground.
2020-02-09 15:57
#398
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Ukraine  Pasha 
actually the deepest in the world. NT tho
2020-02-09 18:22
Not according to Wikipedia.
2020-02-09 18:47
#400
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Ukraine  Pasha 
The station was opened along with the first stage[1] and is currently the deepest station in the world (105.5 metres (346 ft)). Do you know how to read?
2020-02-09 18:52
Actually, it's really big, and deep, i saw it, interesting fact
2020-02-10 08:14
Very interresting yes :D
2020-02-10 08:14
15 playing CS
2020-02-09 15:20
Old medieval town of Levoča is a home of the highest wooden altar in the world. This remarkable work was created by Master Paul. It is located in Church of St. James right in the historical centre of Levoča. 18,6 m high and 6 m wide altar was made without the use of a single nail! The entire town centre is also included in the List of UNESCO World Heritage sites.
2020-02-09 15:58
14 playing hoi4
2020-02-09 15:21
Serbs gave to the world some of the most respecting scientists ever: Nikola Tesla, a wonder-man whose ingenious inventions are still being ahead of time; Mihajlo Pupin, physicist and chemist whose ideas on telecommunications are still breathtaking; Milutin Milankovic, mathematician, astronomer, climatologist, geophysicist, civil engineer whose climatological researches spread all over the solar system and inventor of the most accurate calendar with declination of only 2,75 seconds per astronomical year…
2020-02-09 15:59
Actually , I know all of those things already
2020-02-09 15:59
Clever mens)) Do you know this? The only Serbian word that is accepted and used across the world is “vampire”.
2020-02-09 16:01
Lol I know that as well , it's quite a popular fun fact lol (vampir) But , I appreciate the enthusiasm , thanks mate
2020-02-09 16:30
No worries man :D (I'm on my new account because i hit 150 replies :d)
2020-02-09 16:31
17 Reading
2020-02-09 15:56
Amongst industrialized nations, Switzerland has one of the highest rates of gun ownership, but has nearly half the gun-related deaths the United States has. Switzerland has one of the lowest crime rates of all industrialized countries. In 2010, there were only 0.5 gun murders per 100,000 compared to 5 per 100,000 in the U.S.[3]
2020-02-09 15:59
didn't know specifics but I knew the gist of it
2020-02-09 16:04
Do you know this then? Parents can be overruled on what they call their child – in Switzerland it is prohibited to give a child a name that could damage the child’s interest. This right was exercised when authorities banned Swiss musician Christine Lauterburg from calling her daughter ‘Lexicon’ (an ‘object’, not a name); ‘Djonatan’ (the phonetic spelling of Jonathan) also got the thumbs down, as did ‘J’ as a child’s fourth name based on the potential for it to be misunderstood and pronounced incorrectly in German (as ‘yot’ and not ‘Jay’ as intended).
2020-02-09 16:05
No I did not, that's pretty good
2020-02-09 16:05
Thank you :D
2020-02-09 16:06
Age: 16-21 range Hobby: Swimming, CD collector, reading
2020-02-09 15:59
According to legend, Bucharest was named after a shepherd called Bucur who was in love with a young lady named Dâmboviţa, like the river that flows through the city.
2020-02-09 16:00
Agge: 14 Hobby: football
2020-02-09 16:03
Skåne belongs to Denmark.
2020-02-09 16:04
Everyone knows that
2020-02-09 16:06
But why do you still have it 😡 Give it back 😡 😡
2020-02-09 16:07
Idk But why would you want that shithole?
2020-02-09 16:08
#262
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United States tenki_cs 
Give to Trump and tell him is Greenland
2020-02-09 16:12
He'd probably believe it
2020-02-09 17:12
True
2020-02-09 17:14
We want our history back. We will take Malmö and become a super nation again
2020-02-09 16:13
Age: 14 Hobby: idk Pls don't tell me about sport
2020-02-09 16:07
In the vault/museum beneath the Monument to the Heroic Defenders of Leningrad, the only sound is the steady ticking of a metronome - it is the noise that played out on local radio during the seige so that residents knew the city was still alive.
2020-02-09 16:08
XD I was there month ago One more please
2020-02-09 16:09
In Uglich, some 125 miles north of Moscow, a red and white church overlooking the River Volga marks the spot where, in 1591, the eight-year-old Tsarevich Dmitry, the youngest son of Ivan the Terrible and the last of the Rurik dynasty, was murdered, allegedly on the orders of Boris Godunov. To quell the ensuing uproar, Moscow despatched investigators, who concluded that the young boy fell, accidentally stabbing himself (“Seven times!” add locals, wryly) in the process.
2020-02-09 16:10
It's grade 7 history program, ofc I knew it One more :D
2020-02-09 16:11
There's a chain of Russian cafes where everything is free and you pay depending on how long you stay there. It opened a branch in London.
2020-02-09 16:11
Gj, I didn't knew it. What's the name of this chain?
2020-02-09 16:12
It doesn't say that on the website :D
2020-02-09 16:13
So maybe it isn't even exist XD
2020-02-09 16:14
The website says to so i assume it does. Thanks for being curious :D
2020-02-09 16:15
#581
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Russia mearbyee 
anticafe mb?
2020-02-10 13:57
Might be.
2020-02-10 13:58
If you meant it, it's bad fact, because you can find anticafe in every big city
2020-02-10 14:00
Sorry for the bad fact then.
2020-02-10 14:00
Ok, don't worry :D
2020-02-10 14:01
replied two times. hltv is bugged :/
2020-02-10 14:01
haha thanks mate :D
2020-02-10 14:01
20 flyfishing / travelling
2020-02-09 16:07
Norway is home to Hell Yes, really! A little over one thousand Norwegians can say they live in Hell. The small village is within walking distance of Trondheim's international airport and even has its own train station. The train station is in itself something of a tourist attraction. Several times I've spotted tourists snapping a photo of themselves in front of the station sign! But there're more to Hell than just the name. Take a short walk from the station via a signed forest trial and you'll find some crude reindeer rock carvings believed to be around 5,000 years old.
2020-02-09 16:09
Try again.
2020-02-09 16:13
#245
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Argentina 3comas 
23 weed/cs
2020-02-09 16:07
Argentina was the first country to utilize fingerprinting in order to determine if a person was guilty of a crime. The first instance of fingerprinting occurred after a particularly gruesome murder occurred in a small Argentinean town. The murder was not witnessed by anyone; however the murderer left a bloody fingerprint at the crime scene. The police used the bloody fingerprint to correctly identify the murderer.
2020-02-09 16:10
#327
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Argentina 3comas 
hahaha cool, didn't knew that
2020-02-09 16:31
mens))
2020-02-09 16:31
#247
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Brazil zzzzzzznt 
21 sleeping
2020-02-09 16:08
The Itaipu Dam, located on the border between Brazil and Paraguay, is the second largest hydroelectric producer in the world. The dam is 7.7 kilometres long and 196 metres high.
2020-02-09 16:11
#267
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Brazil zzzzzzznt 
Ty
2020-02-09 16:13
No worries mens))
2020-02-09 16:15
go men 17 play
2020-02-09 16:11
The University of Coimbra, established in Lisbon in 1290, is one of the oldest universities in continuous operation in the world, the oldest university of Portugal, and one of its largest higher education and research institutions.
2020-02-09 16:14
#260
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United States tenki_cs 
Age: 22 Hobby: Cooking
2020-02-09 16:11
It’s no secret that Americans love pizza, however, it might surprise you to learn that we eat enough pizza every day to cover 100 acres. Total it up and that’s 3 billion pizzas a year. Sadly, no official data is available regarding how many of those pies were consumed due to Amazon billionaire Jeff Bezos’ “Two Pizza Rule.”
2020-02-09 16:14
#278
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United States tenki_cs 
I just looked the two pizza rule up and this must be why I don't get invited to meetings mens :((
2020-02-09 16:16
unluko mens(( Come to Denmark and i will give you pizza mens))
2020-02-09 16:17
#360
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United States tenki_cs 
ok mens but it has to be bad taste gluten free pizza mens(( i used to love margherita now i am celiac disease
2020-02-09 17:16
mens((
2020-02-10 08:37
#615
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United States tenki_cs 
cauliflower crust taste like dirt mens
2020-02-10 15:03
Eat gluten mens)) Pizza too good.
2020-02-10 15:06
#617
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United States tenki_cs 
+1 doctor had to yell at me after i try eat some tres leches cake ice cream after diagnosis but I have friends I care about and I want to live a long life to make sure they okay mens
2020-02-10 15:07
good for you mens))
2020-02-10 15:18
Polando
2020-02-09 16:15
The highest dune in the area rises to 383 metres. Sossusvlei climbing to watch the sunrise is actually a popular tourist activity in the country.
2020-02-09 16:16
Im from Poland halo xD i just have namibia's flaf
2020-02-09 16:25
Oh sorry mens)) Polish is an incredibly hard language to learn. It is considered one of the most complicated languages in the world thanks to additional tenses, letters, and difficult pronunciations.
2020-02-09 16:25
I knew that. Mission failed br0 :(
2020-02-09 16:30
We'll get em next time
2020-02-09 16:32
#619
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United States tenki_cs 
FSI category 4 no asterisk 0/10 Literally twice as easy as Chinese Korean Arabic Japanese
2020-02-10 15:09
#276
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Hungary Shiron212 
18 Photography, video editing, music production, graffiti/sketching, gas masks, NBC suits and other military stuff
2020-02-09 16:16
Founded in 897, Hungary is one of the oldest countries in Europe (before France and Germany became separate entities, and before the unification of Anglo-Saxon Kingdoms.)
2020-02-09 16:16
#283
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Hungary Shiron212 
Good one
2020-02-09 16:18
Did you know it?
2020-02-09 16:18
#286
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Hungary Shiron212 
Yeah, I'm pretty good at History
2020-02-09 16:18
Fair enough. Want another fact then?
2020-02-09 16:19
#294
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Hungary Shiron212 
Sure!
2020-02-09 16:20
Thanks to an abundance of natural hot springs, Hungary can boast around 450 public spas and bathhouses. A prominent bathing culture has existed since Roman times; it is supposedly the best cure for a hangover – or “cat’s wail” as the Hungarian term macskajaj translates.
2020-02-09 16:29
#285
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Finland ToxicDUD 
17 Listening to speeches and podcasts + debating (quite into politics)
2020-02-09 16:18
Wife-carrying, also known in Finland as eukonkanto, is a competition in which men have to carry their female teammate (traditionally their wives) and race against other competitors through a special obstacle track and the one who finishes first is declared the winner. The sport was first introduced in Sonkajärvi, Finland. Today, Sonkajärvi serves as the venue for the Wife Carrying World Championships. The winner receives a prize of beer worth the weight of his wife.
2020-02-09 16:19
#291
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Finland ToxicDUD 
Sry bro, knew that one, we also have boot throwing etc Try again :dd
2020-02-09 16:20
Do you know this: Finland celebrates failure on the 13th of October each year. The first such day was held in 2010 by Finnish university students. It soon became very popular and attracted big names in Finnish society. Today, many famous politicians, artists, media personalities, and others support the Day for Failure and share their own stories of failure and how they overcame the problems. The day is celebrated to allow people to open up about their problems in life and gather encouragement from society and others who have suffered similar fates but still managed to persevere.
2020-02-09 16:20
#299
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Finland ToxicDUD 
Here we go, no I did not and that is interesting and something I shall celebrate nexttime
2020-02-09 16:21
Hehe nice mens))
2020-02-09 16:22
18 i don't have any
2020-02-09 16:19
Although French is the official language and the first language of 88 percent of the population, there are various indigenous regional dialects and languages, such as Alsacian, Basque, Breton, Catalan, Occitan and Flemish. On a larger scale, French is the second most spoken mother tongue in Europe, after German and before English, and is predicted to become number one by 2025 due to the country’s high birth rate.
2020-02-09 16:20
smart mens, didn't know it was the second most spoken mother tongue in europe
2020-02-09 16:21
You learn something new every day :)
2020-02-09 16:22
#289
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Croatia mds818 
try
2020-02-09 16:19
The richest collection in the world of remains of Neanderthals was discovered in Krapina in central Croatia.
2020-02-09 16:21
#307
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Croatia mds818 
I know that, I was visiting it like 10 years ago... there's like a family of statues at one spot and I remember at least one crouching and trying to get fire with stones(if i remember correctly)
2020-02-09 16:23
Did you know this? Croatia is ranked 4th in the world for alcohol consumption per capita.
2020-02-09 16:24
#312
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Croatia mds818 
Weren't we like 3rd? That's sad... I know that Russia is above but idk who else.. Poland is pretty high as well I think?
2020-02-09 16:25
Denmark is pretty high as well IIRC.
2020-02-09 16:26
Belarus is no. 1 afaik
2020-02-09 16:26
#321
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Croatia mds818 
idk, i kinda "stomped" on that graph once but didn't pay too much attention, I just know that we were pretty high up
2020-02-09 16:27
#293
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United States WindyInu 
20 video games
2020-02-09 16:20
Most people assume English is the official language of the United States but the truth is, although that might be the case in many of the states, the federal government has never declared an official language. Not English or anything else. This is one of the 16 history questions everyone always gets wrong.
2020-02-09 16:21
#308
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United States WindyInu 
I already knew this one mens, but I appreciate it)) (I use it as an argument when people say "this is murica, you need to speak english!!!")
2020-02-09 16:23
Did you know this? According to the World Giving Index, the United States is the most generous country in the world, based on a tally of charitable donations, volunteer hours, and a track record of reaching out to help others. Before you open your wallet, find out the charities where your donation goes the farthest.
2020-02-09 16:25
#315
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United States WindyInu 
this one I didn't know, appreciate it my Danish brother
2020-02-09 16:25
Thanks burger brother <3
2020-02-09 16:26
#295
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Latvia melnraksts 
17 weightlift
2020-02-09 16:20
Latvia is anything but mountainous. Its highest point is Gaiziņkalns, at 312 metres about sea level. But in order to surpass Suur Munamagi, the highest point in Estonia at 318 metres, they built a tower on top. That, alas, was demolished in 2012, due to safety risks.
2020-02-09 16:22
#313
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Austria cm_attack 
just say fact plz men
2020-02-09 16:25
Although Croatian, Hungarian, Slovenian, Turkish, and other languages are spoken by the various minority groups, nearly all people in Austria speak German. The dialect of German spoken in Austria, except in the west, is Bavarian, sometimes called Austro-Bavarian. About seven million people speak Bavarian in Austria. A Middle Bavarian subdialect is spoken chiefly in Ober- and Niederösterreich as well as in Vienna. A Southern Bavarian subdialect is spoken in Tirol (including southern Tirol), in Kärnten, and in parts of Steiermark. The speech of most of the remainder of the country’s inhabitants tends to shade into one or the other of those subdialects. In the west, however, an Alemannic (Swiss) dialect prevails: the inhabitants of Vorarlberg and parts of western Tirol are Alemannic in origin, having cultural and dialectal affinities with the German Swiss to the west and Swabians in Germany to the north.
2020-02-09 16:27
I have used my 150 replies so i'm on my new account now :D
2020-02-09 16:27
#329
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Poland BAN_ANIME 
Age: 19 Hobby: existence
2020-02-09 16:32
The most famous astronomer was Polish Nowadays, the fact that the Earth rotates around the Sun is obvious. But in the past, the world was seen differently! The person who moved the earth and stopped the sun was Nicolaus Copernicus, a Renaissance mathematician and astronomer.
2020-02-09 16:32
#332
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Poland BAN_ANIME 
ok
2020-02-09 16:34
you were supposed to say something he doesnt know
2020-02-09 21:31
He didn't know it tho.
2020-02-09 21:31
Im pretty sure he did everyone in Poland know who is Mikołaj Kopernik, he is prolly the most popular polish person along with John Paul II and Maria Skłodowska-Curie
2020-02-09 21:34
#334
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India l3thality 
age: 19 hobby: hello i am jhon smit from micksoft, need ur windoves pls
2020-02-09 16:34
With the anti-gravitational effect, this is the only magnetic hill in India. Landmarked by a yellow notice board that spells out instructions and asks you place your car on neutral gear right on the spot marked by white paint, this one will leave you in awe as your car will begin to move uphill on its own.
2020-02-09 16:35
#347
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India l3thality 
bruh ik that I went there wtf it's in a place called Ladakh
2020-02-09 16:56
#337
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India JW_BesTesT 
21 Cooking
2020-02-09 16:41
A small village in the Jaunpur district of Uttar Pradesh, Madhopatti has created history by producing the most number of IAS officers. With about 75 households, it has given 47 officers to Indian administration. Not just that, many from the same village have made their careers by joining prestigious organisations like ISRO, Bhabha Atomic Research Centre and World Bank. Ask the villagers about their study schedules, maybe?
2020-02-09 16:48
#373
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India JW_BesTesT 
Omfg
2020-02-09 17:25
Did you know it?
2020-02-09 17:26
#451
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India JW_BesTesT 
No, Thanks for such a great info might try to find their study schedules.
2020-02-10 06:13
Nice mens))
2020-02-10 08:05
#343
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France CocoBiceps 
Age : 17 Hobby : athletisme
2020-02-09 16:50
In addition to being the most studied language in the world after English, French is one of the “romance languages”. Along with Italian and Spanish, all of these languages have their beginnings in Latin.
2020-02-09 16:51
#563
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France CocoBiceps 
I didn t know it was the 2 most studied language in the world i thought it was spanish
2020-02-10 11:58
You learn something new every day :)
2020-02-10 12:03
#345
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Norway N0rdmann 
18 Hating on danish people because they're danish
2020-02-09 16:54
No fact for you then
2020-02-09 17:05
#354
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Norway N0rdmann 
sorry men(((
2020-02-09 17:08
22 Sport, esport
2020-02-09 16:55
Prague is the only major city in Europe that wasn’t extensively bombed in WWII. For this reason, you will find many of the buildings in the historic centre standing as originally built, some dating to the Middle Ages!
2020-02-09 17:05
I knew that, tell me one more, i am so excited :-)
2020-02-09 17:07
The Czech people have the highest beer consumption per capita in the world. Its first known brewery existed in 993. Pilsners were originated here as did the first ever blond pilsners. There are several beer festivals hosted annually.
2020-02-09 17:10
I know that bro, i love beer so much, i need something that isnt well known for Czechs themselves. Keep trying.
2020-02-09 17:12
You can explore the king of all castles Prague Castle is the largest in the world! Wear good walking shoes and get ready to be transported into the chambers from a scene in Game of Thrones.
2020-02-09 17:16
I know that u can explore it but dont know that it is the largest castle in the world if it is truth, ty bro
2020-02-09 17:18
nw man
2020-02-09 17:18
#348
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Germany Jixxahh_CS 
22 djing ( not kidding ) and photography
2020-02-09 16:58
The following cities have all at one time or another been capitals of Germany: Aachen, Regensburg, Frankfurt-am-Main, Nuremberg, Berlin, Weimar, Bonn (and East Berlin), and, since 1990, Berlin again.
2020-02-09 17:10
#364
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Germany Jixxahh_CS 
I knew about Regensburg, Frankfurt-am-Main, Nuremberg and Berlin. Are you just copy pasting random facts :D ?
2020-02-09 17:18
Yeah
2020-02-09 17:20
20 cs, music, green
2020-02-09 17:06
#367
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Europe Meoxik 
21 Football
2020-02-09 17:21
Norway is not a part of the EU but they do have some trade agreements.
2020-02-09 17:22
Age: 14 Hobby: being smarter than rest of world😎😎😎
2020-02-09 17:22
Denmark has earned the most prize money in csgo by capita in the world.
2020-02-09 17:23
ty n0tail
2020-02-09 17:25
No worries blameF
2020-02-09 17:25
Age:18 Hobby: Always praying for the underdog team in CSGO for some reason.
2020-02-09 17:32
North Korea has a 2.7 billion SEK in debt to Sweden This was a fact about Sweden that I myself didn’t know before making this article, but apparently, it was agreed that North Korea was to buy around 1000 Volvo Cars back in 1974. The Problem is that the money that Kim II-Sung promised to pay has not been paid yet. So, 40 years later, the Swedish government is still sending invoices to North Korea to get back their 2.7 billion SEK.
2020-02-09 17:33
I arent know this. Very cool, i go complain about my tax money now
2020-02-09 17:34
Go complain men not fair(
2020-02-09 17:36
age: 36 hobby: rock climbing and some porn.
2020-02-09 17:36
The Brazilian landscape is very varied. It is most well known for its dense forests, including the Amazon, the world’s largest rainforest, in the north. But there are also dry grasslands (called pampas), rugged hills, pine forests, sprawling wetlands, immense plateaus (areas of level high ground) and a long coastal plain.
2020-02-09 17:38
merci. Denmark is a good place for rock climbing. Unfortunately even as a software engineer it would be hard to go there without a european visa.
2020-02-09 19:51
#381
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Norway fredQ 
Age: 19 Hobby: football
2020-02-09 17:38
Coffee consumption. Norwegians tend to be fond of alcoholic beverages, but appreciate their (generally black) coffee even more. Their annual consumption of 9.9 kg of coffee per capita is only surpassed by the Finns (12 kg).
2020-02-09 17:41
Age:14 Hobbby:being virgin
2020-02-09 17:43
Estonia has two well known professional CS:GO players. HS and ropz.
2020-02-09 17:55
already know mens
2020-02-09 17:56
#389
Law | 
Germany NotaryITW 
I know everything about my country :) hobby: knowledge
2020-02-09 17:56
Germany loves the beaches in Denmark. In some southern places in Denmark there are more Germans than Danes.
2020-02-09 18:00
#391
Law | 
Germany NotaryITW 
Hmm, didn´t know that. If true gz :) But I am from southern germany, so unluko 4 me xd
2020-02-09 18:01
xD
2020-02-09 18:02
14 robbing people and cs
2020-02-09 18:02
Sweden is 10 times larger than the area of Denmark but only 2 times as many people.
2020-02-09 18:03
i actually didnt know, wp mens)))
2020-02-09 20:12
20 try harding in my little pony game
2020-02-09 18:02
Israel is the only country to revive an unspoken language and establish it as its national tongue.
2020-02-09 18:04
knew that but thx for the fact anyway)
2020-02-09 18:19
15 being useless
2020-02-09 18:52
The roses grown in Bulgaria’s “Rose Valley” produce most (70-85%) of the world’s rose oil – a component in most perfumes.
2020-02-09 21:22
19 javalin throw
2020-02-09 18:53
Another one of the facts about Chile is that Penguins don’t only live in Antarctica or at the zoo, they can be found in several areas of southern Chile, including the Seno Otway Penguin Colony. They usually lounge on the beach and commute to nearby nests. Humboldt Penguins are also found in the North coast of Chile with a total population of 12,000 breeding pairs in the country.
2020-02-09 21:23
#403
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Kazakhstan MahNinja 
17 csgo
2020-02-09 18:56
Kazakhstan’s traditional drink kumis has also been referred to as “milk champagne.” It is made from fermented mare’s milk and is believed to be a cure-all for everything from the common cold to tuberculosis. The Kazakhs living on the steppes also drink shubat, or fermented camel’s milk, which is supposed to have virucidal properties.[5]
2020-02-09 21:23
#452
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Kazakhstan MahNinja 
already knew that men)
2020-02-10 07:22
too clever men((
2020-02-10 08:05
#406
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Portugal Dimigue 
16 make cakes
2020-02-09 19:31
The oldest diplomatic alliance in the world is the Anglo-Portuguese Alliance The first treaty between the two countries (the Anglo-Portuguese Treaty) emerged back in 1373. Despite a 60-year disruption to the alliance when Portugal and Spain were part of a political union, the Anglo-Portuguese Alliance is the world’s oldest still in force today.
2020-02-09 21:24
18 Making music
2020-02-09 19:34
Did you know that Dutch isn't the only national language in the Netherlands? Frisian or Fryslân, the language spoken in the province of Friesland, is too.
2020-02-09 21:24
yes i do, i am from friesland and i speak that language. :D
2020-02-09 21:34
Oh nice. Is it very different to Dutch or is it kind of similar? :D
2020-02-10 08:12
its very different, people wouldnt understand us at all. its like comparing swedish to Finnish, maybe there are 1-3 words u can understand but that is about it
2020-02-11 20:21
30 Wasting time
2020-02-09 19:35
Following the end of the U.S.A.’s space shuttle program in 2010, Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan is the world’s only launch site for human space flight, except for China’s Jiuquan Space Launch Center
2020-02-09 21:25
Knew that but thanks
2020-02-09 21:30
Kazakhstan became the first former Soviet republic to repay all of its debt to the International Monetary Fund (IMF) in 2000, 7 years before it was due.
2020-02-09 21:32
Interesting, thank you )
2020-02-09 21:46
nw
2020-02-09 22:07
19 Danish = gay
2020-02-09 20:13
No facts for weebs.
2020-02-09 21:22
#413
Ethan | 
Russia igFXam 
15 resale
2020-02-09 20:17
In the vault/museum beneath the Monument to the Heroic Defenders of Leningrad, the only sound is the steady ticking of a metronome - it is the noise that played out on local radio during the seige so that residents knew the city was still alive.
2020-02-09 21:25
#422
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Sweden frozze90 
29 gaming
2020-02-09 21:26
We have the highest number of Mcdonald’s restaurants in Europe per capita Swedes are not known for being unhealthy or obese, but still, you can find the highest number of Mcdonald’s restaurants per capita in all of Europe. So, there’s definitely not a shortage of fast food here.
2020-02-09 21:26
#441
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Sweden frozze90 
I actually did know that (no I did not google, I knew bcuz Ive been working on Max hamburger restaurants, and it has actually been a topic on a few meetings throughout the years, hence biggest competitor to Max! )
2020-02-09 21:37
#423
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United Kingdom DeiniolLloyd 
age: 21 hobby: hiking, hltv and reddit
2020-02-09 21:26
165 million cups of tea per day are consumed in the United Kingdom.
2020-02-09 21:27
#426
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United Kingdom DeiniolLloyd 
I drink cupa tea at least 4 times a day
2020-02-09 21:28
Nice mens)) Do you have yellow teeth?
2020-02-10 08:13
#629
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United Kingdom DeiniolLloyd 
Quite whites, I clean them in the mornings and before a nap Do you really think that tea and coffee effect on the colour of teeth a lot?
2020-02-10 16:54
It can affect the color. I've seen stuff.
2020-02-10 18:21
#643
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United Kingdom DeiniolLloyd 
If you care about your teeth health and in general about mouth you will be fine whatsoever you drink on a daily basis
2020-02-10 18:29
True
2020-02-10 18:57
I'm originally from Uzbekistan, tell me smth :) Age: 32 Hobby: Table tennis
2020-02-09 21:30
Uzbekistan has a desert climate, with searing hot, dry summers and cold, somewhat wetter winters. The highest temperature ever recorded in Uzbekistan was 120 F (49 C). The all-time low was -31 F (-35 C). As a result of these extreme temperature conditions, almost 40% of the country is uninhabitable. An additional 48% is suitable only for grazing sheep, goats, and camels.
2020-02-09 21:31
That's not unknown :) And the info is not fully correct. Plus, 49 C is in shade mens)) out in the sun in the summer we have 60+
2020-02-09 21:35
17 watching pro cs and sucking at cs
2020-02-09 21:32
14 cybersport
2020-02-09 21:32
Russians are the world's fourth biggest drinkers, according to WHO statistics, behind Belarus, Moldova and Lithuania. Britain comes 25th.
2020-02-09 21:33
knew this
2020-02-09 21:34
clever men))
2020-02-10 08:14
no, everybody in russia know this :)
2020-02-10 10:24
#440
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Czech Republic Cuki_ 
16 CS, Football, Girls
2020-02-09 21:37
Czechs are mad about mushrooms The only thing Czechs love more than eating mushrooms, is hunting for them. If the town is empty on St. Wenceslas Day (held at the end of September), it’s because everyone’s gone funghi picking in the forest. Unrelated to mushrooms but the statue of the state’s patron saint can be found in Wenceslaus Square – one of the most famous monuments in Prague.
2020-02-10 08:08
#496
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Czech Republic Cuki_ 
Not me, I hate mushrooms
2020-02-10 08:43
Unlucky
2020-02-10 08:45
20 jerk off to traps go btw i already know the fingerprint thing ))
2020-02-09 21:38
Since declaring their independence they have grown to have the third-largest economy in South America. Their total nominal GDP is estimated to be $474.812 billion while their per capita GDP is around $11,572. Their nominal GDP ranks Argentina as having the 27th best economy in the world, while their GDP per capita is ranked 62nd.
2020-02-10 08:09
21 mens try me
2020-02-09 21:39
Fresh water After Austria, Slovakia has the largest natural freshwater supplies. It's mainly the underground reserves of Zitny ostrov. High-quality drinking water is flowing right from our taps.
2020-02-10 08:10
had an idea, didn't know the exact ranking though nice!
2020-02-10 09:58
thanks mens))
2020-02-10 11:00
#444
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Azerbaijan orxanplayer 
Age:15 Hobby:Making silly jokes
2020-02-09 21:41
Fire Mountain (Yanar Dag) does exactly what it says on the tin: it blazes continuously, with a natural flame that feeds off the huge underground gas deposits. The mountain, not far from Baku, has entranced travellers and conquerors for centuries: in the 13th century, explorer Marco Polo wrote of the mysterious fires that burned all over on the peninsula. Natural gas is a big earner for Azerbaijan: in 2013, it produced 29 billion cubic metres of the fuel.
2020-02-10 08:10
#542
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Azerbaijan orxanplayer 
You lost.I knew it
2020-02-10 09:39
What do i owe you now?
2020-02-10 09:40
#546
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Azerbaijan orxanplayer 
Nothing))
2020-02-10 09:51
Nice mens)) I could give you my AK 47 Emerald pinstripe but you declined the offer x)
2020-02-10 09:54
#550
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Azerbaijan orxanplayer 
I believe you could
2020-02-10 09:59
No you said nothing. Unluko mens((
2020-02-10 11:00
21 Masterbating
2020-02-09 21:41
Sheep are held mainly in Southern Italy and the donkeys still help farmers in remote villages to carry heavy loads over steep terrain.
2020-02-10 08:11
I knew :p Hit me with another one
2020-02-10 23:09
24 Music
2020-02-10 07:53
They take swinging very seriously in Estonia, so much so that in the Nineties a man named Ado Kosk invented a new sport called kiiking, in which participants attach themselves to giant steel swings that rotate a full 360 degrees. It is also yet to be included in the Olympics.
2020-02-10 08:11
10/10 my men
2020-02-10 08:26
thanks men))
2020-02-10 08:26
#455
rain | 
Lithuania Planum 
16 Drinking
2020-02-10 07:54
Easter eggs are not brought by cute and fluffy animals, it’s granny Velykų Bobute who does it. Bunnies just help her decorate the eggs and load her cart. She has a sunbeam whip to urge her small pony forward.
2020-02-10 08:12
#566
rain | 
Lithuania Planum 
Who tf
2020-02-10 13:11
reply needs actual content ?
2020-02-10 13:51
20 business
2020-02-10 08:14
Despite being surrounded by poverty, rich residents in the town of Soroca have taken to flaunting their wealth by building flamboyant homes inspired by landmarks such as St Peter’s Basilica and the Bolshoi theatre. Consequently, the town, dubbed Gypsy Hill, has become something of an tourist attraction, with people coming to admire the madcap architecture.
2020-02-10 08:15
soroca doesn't have that many tourists tho, a little overrated opinion ))
2020-02-10 08:53
Great to know :)
2020-02-10 08:55
bumperino for juice facts
2020-02-10 08:19
14 Activism
2020-02-10 08:29
lol what kind of activism would some 14 year old do
2020-02-10 08:33
probably some left wing militia of sorts, probably advocating for the rights of the indigenous tribes that are from those pars
2020-02-10 08:58
+1
2020-02-10 08:58
lol like there are left wing militias in au
2020-02-10 08:58
they all started when Midnight Oil released their most popular hit, Beds are Burning
2020-02-10 09:14
Australia has over 60 separate wine regions You can't go to Australia and not try the wine! With such a huge variety of wine regions, it's hard to choose between them. The majority of the wine regions are in New South Wales and Victoria so if you fancy discovering a few of them a road trip between Sydney and Melbourne would be a great way to go about it.
2020-02-10 08:33
victoria wine is great had a few drinks actually lmao but didnt know that there were 60 regions))
2020-02-10 08:35
You learn something new every day :)
2020-02-10 08:35
aka google random things and reply to them
2020-02-10 08:33
Do you actually expect me to know all of this?
2020-02-10 08:33
no but whats the point then
2020-02-10 08:34
Idk having fun? Is that not allowed?
2020-02-10 08:34
#487
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Norway CheNaLii 
Age: 18 Hobby: Interested in most sports, but play handball. Also gaming
2020-02-10 08:37
Well you probably know this but Norway got 3rd place in the EURO 2020 handball cup beating Slovenia in the bronze battle.
2020-02-10 08:38
#508
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Norway CheNaLii 
Yea I saw it. The semi-final against Croatia was so sick too, even though we lost :/
2020-02-10 08:54
We lost to fucking Iceland man :/ Even France did worse than us. At least we won the world cup last year but this year was so dissapointing.
2020-02-10 08:56
#529
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Norway CheNaLii 
Yes it was really strange seeing France and Denmark get eliminated the way they did. Especially France who got eliminated so early
2020-02-10 09:27
We both got eliminated early. We drew with Hungary, and then we relied on Iceland winning against Hungary or something which they didn't. It was a sad day :/
2020-02-10 09:28
21 Sexting
2020-02-10 08:38
There is one other species of turkey, the ocellated turkey (Meleagris ocellata), which can be found on the Yucatan Peninsula in Mexico.
2020-02-10 08:39
fu
2020-02-10 09:32
axaxaxaxa
2020-02-10 09:33
#498
Xyp9x | 
New Zealand nevSy 
18 Football and tennis Also am from Netherlands
2020-02-10 08:45
Australia has the second-highest human development index One thing the Aussies can pride themselves is the fact that they’re ranking high in the human development index. This index measures various things such as equality, lifespan, welfare etc. Australia comes in at second place, just after Norway.
2020-02-10 08:45
Since so many Dutch people replied i used a fact about Australia.
2020-02-10 08:46
#697
Xyp9x | 
New Zealand nevSy 
RIP New Zealand dude xD
2020-02-18 08:26
Oh shit my bad xD
2020-02-18 18:08
#504
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Myanmar Jiyn[IYN] 
21 IT
2020-02-10 08:53
The extraordinary Shwedagon Pagoda towers over Yangon’s skyline at 110 metres high. Built 2,500 years ago to enshrine Buddha’s hair and other holy relics, the complex now consists of hundreds of temples, stupas and statues. The main pagoda is covered with hundreds of gold leaves and the top of the stupa is encrusted with 4531 diamonds; the largest of which is a 72 carat diamond!
2020-02-10 08:54
17 cs
2020-02-10 08:53
Heavy Metal is huge in Finland In fact, there are more Heavy Metal bands per capita here than anywhere else in the world. In 2006, the Finnish Heavy-metal band Lordi took over the Eurovision Song contest when they won the competition with their song “Hardrock Halleluja”. Some other notable Finnish Heavy metal bands and artists are Nightwish, Apocalyptica, Ensiferum, HIM, Amorphis and Children of Bodom.
2020-02-10 08:54
Knew that already...
2020-02-10 08:57
Sorry bro Finns are too clever on this site.
2020-02-10 08:57
+1
2020-02-10 09:00
#511
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France PowerClip 
20 Completing Escape Rooms :D Gl mens
2020-02-10 08:55
The world’s first artificial heart transplant and face transplant both took place in France The heart transplant occurred in December 2013 at the Georges Pompidou Hospital in Paris. The bioprosthetic device, which mimics a real heart’s contractions, is powered by external lithium-ion battery, and is about three times the weight of a real organ. French surgeons were also the first to perform a face transplant in 2005.
2020-02-10 08:56
#517
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France PowerClip 
Noice, I knew about the heart one but not the second
2020-02-10 08:57
mens)
2020-02-10 08:58
20 International Relations
2020-02-10 08:55
In Vietnam, motorbikes are everywhere! According to the Ministry of Transport figures from 2013, of the 90+ million population, 37 million were registered with a motorbike and only 2 million with a car. Owning a car is incredibly expensive because the tax is around 100-200%, so it’s a luxury reserved for the very wealthy. The tax for motorbikes is far cheaper, making it a more affordable means of transportation for everyday folk. So on your first arrival in Hanoi or Saigon, the first interesting fact you'll most like notice is that literally everything is done/carried on the motorbike.
2020-02-10 08:57
Ah, that was in 2013. People use motorbikes in Vietnam mainly because most of the roads are too narrow to fit more than 2 cars in the same lane. Cars are definitely more accessible to the middle class nowadays, though, due to an economy developing with an astonishingly rapid pace! Thanks for spending time to actually look up info about a ton of different countries in this thread. Cheers!
2020-02-10 11:00
31 Skateboarding
2020-02-10 09:01
The Serbian football team Red star beat FC Copenhagen in penalties in the decider match to qualify for the champions league.
2020-02-10 09:24
Pfff ofc I know that that's my team
2020-02-10 09:38
Nice mens)) I support FC Copenhagen and it was a sad day. I remember the pitch being so bad that the ball was covered in mud.
2020-02-10 09:39
#525
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Finland masa033 
Age: yes Hobby: no
2020-02-10 09:02
All finns are to clever for this fact thing.
2020-02-10 09:22
#611
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Finland masa033 
brooo didn't know that
2020-02-10 14:36
:D
2020-02-10 14:45
Age: 22 Hobby: trainspotting
2020-02-10 09:29
The only capital in the world bordering two countries The capital of Slovakia, Bratislava, lies on the borders with Austria and Hungary. That makes the city the only one capital in the world that borders two independent countries. Moreover, Austrian capital Vienna is distant only 60 km! Both cities are stretched on the banks of Danube river and the boat cruise from Vienna to Bratislava takes only 90 minutes.
2020-02-10 09:29
i knew this one man, geography was one of my favorite classes in high school
2020-02-10 09:31
Travelling by train for free Since November 2014 all children, full-time students less than 26 years old, widowed or disabled pensioners under 62 and seniors 62 and older are eligible to travel by train for free using the national railways. It is available only for citizens or permanent residents of countries that are member states of the European Union. All you need is a quick registration at cash desks to obtain your personal customer card. Afterwards, you ask for a zero-fare ticket for a specific train and enjoy the ride.
2020-02-10 09:31
im currently sitting on train for free, try harder
2020-02-10 09:33
Lol. If you know this i owe you something. More than 1300 mineral springs Slovakia has incredible sources of mineral water and healing thermal springs. Most of them are actively used for therapeutic and recreation purposes within 21 spa resorts. While, for example, the US thermal springs are mostly viewed as the luxury and they are generally expensive, Slovakia’s spa resorts and aquaparks are affordable thanks to their long-lasting traditions. Romans, Celts and also famous Ludwig van Beethoven visited spa town of Piešťany to enjoy the healing effects of town’s thermal water.
2020-02-10 09:34
I know that we have a lot of mineral springs, but i never knew the number of them or spa resorts. So i guess you won.
2020-02-10 09:38
Thanks for playing mens)) Hope you learned something new.
2020-02-10 09:39
#545
frozen | 
Czech Republic Redeem 
Age: 15 Hobby: Cars and PC Games
2020-02-10 09:44
The Country’s standard of living is tops. The Czech Republic has the highest standard of living of any former Soviet Bloc country. Current per capita GDP is on a par with western European countries like Portugal and Greece. Czech also has the most hospital beds per capita in the EU, the highest rate of secondary education, and the fifth freest press in the world according to Reporters Without Borders. Per capita GDP in Prague is higher than any other EU country except for Luxembourg. I’m sure I could cut and paste the bit above about beer consumption here, too.
2020-02-10 09:54
#551
shox | 
United Kingdom MentalK 
Age: 23 Hobby: Golf, Football
2020-02-10 10:07
Leeds is one of Europe’s rainiest cities Yes, English people like to talk about the weather, just as we Swedes, and no wonder. Leeds is one of the rainiest cities in all of Europe with 1024 mm precipitation per year.
2020-02-10 11:02
#571
shox | 
United Kingdom MentalK 
try living in cornwall, the forecast is awful since it changes so much in one day
2020-02-10 13:19
I'm a happy man in sweet sweet Denmark.
2020-02-10 13:52
Country : France Age : 19 Hobby : Basket-ball, traveling
2020-02-10 10:13
Bro that's reunion((
2020-02-10 11:03
Age : 30 Hobby : anime
2020-02-10 10:34
Asia is the most populated continent.
2020-02-10 11:01
#555
f0rest | 
Romania Snoui 
Age:17 Hobby:bike
2020-02-10 10:36
It’s the real home of Borat In Sacha Baron Cohen’s film, scene’s purporting to show Borat’s Kazakh hometown were shot in the village of Glod, Romania, while its Roma residents were cast as extras. Those same extras later took (unsuccessful) legal action claiming they were unaware of the film’s subject matter. Other films shot in Romania include Cold Mountain and, er, Anaconda III starring David Hasselhoff.
2020-02-10 11:03
#654
f0rest | 
Romania Snoui 
Who cars? But actually im from the same county where is Glod.
2020-02-11 07:48
nice
2020-02-14 10:45
Age: 20 Hobby: Snowboarding, PC-Games
2020-02-10 13:18
Donaudampfschifffahrtselektrizitätenhauptbetriebswerkbauunterbeamtengesellschaft is the longest word to be published. It is 79 letters long.
2020-02-10 13:56
Age: 30 Hobby: I have plenty - music, HEMA, LARP, video games, drinking, linguistic ...
2020-02-10 13:14
At traditional Greek weddings everyone dance and throw plates While this is more of a traditional thing, it still occurs, and it’s not only something you see in the movies like “My Big Fat Greek Wedding”.
2020-02-10 13:56
That's widely known. We don't throw plates at weddings on my island :D
2020-02-10 14:22
Haha thanks for playing my greek brother.
2020-02-10 14:46
16 minecraft 😎
2020-02-10 13:14
We are so good at recycling that we even import other countries waste. Another positive fact about Sweden is the fact that we are so good at recycling, that we nowadays import garbage from other countries and make a lot of money from it at the same time. For instance, Sweden imports waste from Norway.
2020-02-10 13:57
cool 😎
2020-02-10 18:08
mens)
2020-02-14 10:45
#570
Aleksib | 
Finland Ipaa 
16 csgo fiiinnland
2020-02-10 13:14
Freedom to Roam – The Right to Public Access Just like the neighboring Scandinavian countries, you can enjoy the freedom to roam and have the right to public access. Which basically means that you can forage mushrooms, berries and flowers, camp, walk and enjoy nature as long as you don’t litter.
2020-02-10 13:57
#655
Aleksib | 
Finland Ipaa 
i did know this.. wtf mens
2020-02-11 11:54
Age: 17 Hobby: gym
2020-02-10 13:20
Northern Lights, Midnight Sun & Polar Night These spectacular events can all be experienced here. During the winter, you can see the Northern Lights, and also experience the Polar night in the Northern parts of the country. It’s the darkest months of the year and for several weeks the sun won’t rise. And the opposite occurs during summer when the sun never sets, also known as the midnight sun.
2020-02-10 13:57
Yes i know mens))
2020-02-10 17:36
oh mens(( Finss too clever mens))
2020-02-10 18:22
18 swimming
2020-02-10 13:55
Lithuanians celebrate two independence days: there is one on February 16, and another, the Day of the Restoration of Independence, on March 11.
2020-02-10 13:59
lol i knew it. Try to find harder fact than this one.
2020-02-10 14:16
Every year the river Vilnia is dyed bright emerald green for St. Patrick’s Day. The idea originated in Chicago in the sixties, when Irish plumbers discovered an entirely harmless way of dyeing water.
2020-02-10 14:18
well i guees i knew it, but im not sure. So still I will count as a point to you.
2020-02-10 14:30
Thank you :)
2020-02-10 14:45
35 Football (Northern ireland btw)
2020-02-10 13:59
Pancake Day or Shrove Tuesday has nothing to do with pancakes but everything to do with crepes and lemons! At least, that’s how the American in Britain would see it.
2020-02-10 14:00
Sorry i knew that and its nothing to do with either if you go way back, Lent is quite a common tradition here in North and Southern Ireland lol Ash Wednesday i find quite funny, a lot of people put a mark on their foreheads from ash, feels like im in india sometimes
2020-02-10 14:04
Haha nice.
2020-02-10 14:11
21 games
2020-02-10 13:59
Since 1967, it is mandatory to hang the Chilean flag in a proper condition from every public building. Failure to abide by the regulation can lead to fines of up to 40,000 pesos.[11]
2020-02-10 14:01
28 Hobby : drink and drugs
2020-02-10 14:05
I need your country mate.
2020-02-10 14:12
Italy
2020-02-10 17:44
#597
ropz | 
United Kingdom sjerbz 
Age: 16 Hobby: csgo UK go mens))
2020-02-10 14:13
The British Royal Family is not just an icon of tradition (and fashion). Only when the Queen gives her ‘Royal Assent’ on a bill and signs it, can it become an act. Interestingly, Royal Assent has not been refused since 1707.
2020-02-10 14:14
#599
ropz | 
United Kingdom sjerbz 
I knew that xD
2020-02-10 14:15
Want another fact then bruv?
2020-02-10 14:15
#601
ropz | 
United Kingdom sjerbz 
Yes please big man
2020-02-10 14:15
The slang ‘schmuck’ for a foolish person actually comes from the Yiddish word ‘shmok’ meaning male genitals!
2020-02-10 14:15
#604
ropz | 
United Kingdom sjerbz 
Nice
2020-02-10 14:16
Did you know it bruv?
2020-02-10 14:17
#606
ropz | 
United Kingdom sjerbz 
No :C well played boss
2020-02-10 14:17
Thanks bruv
2020-02-10 14:18
#618
Yeet | 
Spain H0TDOGG 
17 Csgo 😎👌
2020-02-10 15:09
Spain has the second highest life expectancy of all the OECD countries With a life expectancy of 83 years, Spain comes second only after Japan. Spanish women live longer than men: 85 compared to 79 years.
2020-02-10 15:39
#644
Yeet | 
Spain H0TDOGG 
i knew that 😎😎😎
2020-02-10 18:31
mens)
2020-02-10 18:57
#649
Yeet | 
Spain H0TDOGG 
I am very smart mens)))
2020-02-10 20:59
Too smart mens))
2020-02-10 21:20
#622
kennyS | 
Croatia franX^ 
16 Masterbaiting
2020-02-10 15:21
The island of Hvar off the Dalmatian coast is the island with the most hours of sunshine in Europe – more than 2,800 hours a year.
2020-02-10 15:39
#642
kennyS | 
Croatia franX^ 
Ya that's a really cool one, but knew it already
2020-02-10 18:25
Good to know mens))
2020-02-10 18:57
9 CSGO
2020-02-10 15:21
Once traded with communists for hard currency, today more than 1,000 tons of the spice are produced annually in Hungary. There are two paprika museums, Szeged and Molnar, which give an insight into the industry as well as a spicy sample.
2020-02-10 15:40
Dude, I knew that, I eat paprika everyday
2020-02-10 16:12
Oh want another fact then?
2020-02-10 16:40
sure:D I'm interested what other people know of us
2020-02-10 17:39
Home to the world’s first official wine region France, Spain, and Italy might be more famous for their wines in general, but in Tokaj, there is something special. Tokaji Aszu is also known as the King of wines. And it is here you can visit the world’s first official wine region. Louis XIV of France said the following about Tokaji Aszu- “Wine of Kings, the King of Wine”
2020-02-10 18:23
Okay, that I didn't know that it was the first one. Points to you
2020-02-10 20:29
tyty
2020-02-10 21:20
#630
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Vietnam password2810 
18 lurking around the internet
2020-02-10 16:54
Vietnamese coffee is unique in the world We are coffee addicts so interesting fact #4 is our favourite: Vietnamese coffee! Vietnam is the world’s second largest coffee-producing nation after Brazil, producing 16% of the world’s total coffee (Brazil’s is 40%). Coffee in Vietnam is incredibly tasty, cheap, and the iced version a refreshing drink to cool you down during the warm, humid months.
2020-02-10 18:21
#631
NiKo | 
United Kingdom Dogehino 
16 Why tf do u Need to know this?
2020-02-10 17:32
Because if you had CS or football as a hobby i wouldn't choose a fact in that topic. You can drive from England to France via an underwater tunnel England might be an island, but it’s connected to the mainland Europe and France via an underwater tunnel. The distance between the two countries is 50.45 kilometers.
2020-02-10 18:22
#652
NiKo | 
United Kingdom Dogehino 
Ik that already Hit me with another fact Hobby: Video Games in general
2020-02-10 22:41
Sparkling wine was invented in England Most people think that the French invented Champagne, but the technique used by Dom Perignon already existed in England, thus making the English inventors of Sparkling wine. Cheers to that!
2020-02-14 10:45
#668
NiKo | 
United Kingdom Dogehino 
Wow interesting
2020-02-14 22:50
Did you know it?
2020-02-14 22:52
#674
NiKo | 
United Kingdom Dogehino 
No
2020-02-14 23:04
nice
2020-02-14 23:12
bump
2020-02-10 18:22
Omegalul "bump" 300 your comments in your own thread lmao
2020-02-14 10:47
I mean 300 people replied I gotta give them what I promised lmao
2020-02-14 11:20
16 komputer gams
2020-02-14 10:51
There are many important dates in Russia’s history – none more important that January 31, 1990. A date that will live in infamy in the hearts and minds of Russians everywhere. It marked the day that a Russian citizen could order their very first McDonald’s burger on their soil.
2020-02-14 11:22
Haha nt, but i actually knew that, i made a school project about it 2 weeks ago
2020-02-14 15:35
Oh shit nice haha. Want another fact?
2020-02-14 15:35
Ye lets go
2020-02-14 18:16
Age: 19 Hobby: Play CS GL HF, also search a lot
2020-02-14 22:52
Oscar Niemeyer, the chief architect of Brasilia’s public buildings, has designed more than 500 structures, most of which can be found in Brazil. The distinctive Cathedral of Brasilia is one of his most famous. It features 16 90-ton columns and a 66-foot bell tower, entrance is via an underground tunnel, and inside are three angels suspended by steel cables.
2020-02-14 22:53
I knew it, he was one of the projectist that designed the ONU build in NY also, and he was the main projectist of our capital. Could try again if you want.
2020-02-14 23:12
#671
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United States jmarcelo 
Age: 18 Hobby: CS, NBA, Drawing
2020-02-14 22:53
Burgers are good
2020-02-14 23:20
16 Guitar
2020-02-14 23:29
Its hard to know for sure, but some experts (eg. taxi drivers) estimate as much as 60% of the population is of Palestinian origin (most having been displaced between 1947 and 1967) and that combined with over a million Iraqi and Syrian refugees means “original” Jordanians number about 30%. Now isn’t that an impressive display of neighbourliness and hospitality! Jordan is a super accepting country and has made citizens of a huge number of these displaced people.
2020-02-15 00:44
That's true I'm originially Palestinian
2020-02-15 00:59
Did you know it man?
2020-02-15 10:56
Not really, i never thought it was this many immigrants
2020-02-16 18:08
😎👍🏼 nice
2020-02-16 18:21
17 Gaming and sports
2020-02-14 23:31
What we now know as gin was invented as “jenever” in the Netherlands in the 16th century and originally used for medicinal purposes. Nowadays, gin and jenever aren't exactly the same thing anymore and the name “jenever” can only be used for that kind of liquor made in Belgium, the Netherlands, two northern French departments and two German federal states. You can learn all about that at the Jenever Museum in Belgium.
2020-02-15 00:44
#690
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Montenegro LakaZakon 
17 Sex with animals
2020-02-15 01:03
Montenegro is a famous tourist destination. The legendary English romantic poet Lord Bryon once described the country this way: ‘At the birth of the planet the most beautiful encounter between land and sea must have been on the Montenegrin coast’. This is a testament to the country’s striking beauty, which is no doubt one of the primary reasons why it attracts millions of visitors.
2020-02-15 10:56
kokot
2020-02-15 10:57
huh?
2020-02-15 10:57
#698
Asuna | 
Estonia kapsXD 
Age: 16 Hobby: cs and volleyball
2020-02-18 08:29
Estonia has two Unesco World Heritage sites. The historic old town of Tallinn is well known for its wonderfully preserved medieval architecture; more obscure is the Struve Geodetic Arc, which Estonia shares with Belarus, Finland, Latvia, Lithuania, Norway, Moldova, Russia, Sweden and Ukraine. It is a chain of survey triangulations stretching from Hammerfest in Norway to the Black Sea, which yielded the first accurate measurement of a meridian (now you know).
2020-02-18 18:09
#701
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France OtelloO 
26 Rugby
2020-02-18 18:09
France was one of the world’s first countries to utilise high-speed technology, introducing the TGV high-speed rail in 1981. The Tours-Bordeaux high-speed project, due for completion in 2017, will add a further 302km to the existing 1,550km. Not-so-forward-thinking, however, was when the French national train operator SNCF ordered 2,000 trains at a cost of EUR 15bn only to discover in 2014 they were too wide for many regional platforms.
2020-02-18 18:10
#704
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France OtelloO 
I knew all of this already but it's very interesting anecdotes
2020-02-18 19:50
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