Facts About Germany

German is a federation: The country comprises 16 federal states (Länder), with each state having its responsibility areas. For this reason, Germany uses a federal constitution, where every state retains some sovereignty level. The country is comprised of 403 districts (Kreise). Of these, 107 are urban districts, while 294 are rural ones. German is one …

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Facts About Google

Google history traces back to 1995 at Stanford University. Sergey Brin was a student assigned to tour Larry Page who was considering grad school at the time. Their partnership bloomed from their dorm rooms as they built the search engine that would later dominate the Internet. Initially named the ‘Backrub,’ the search engine used links in …

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Facts About Gemini

Gemini is the third sign of the zodiac circle and a mutable air sign. Ruled by the planet Mercury, Geminis are sharp, smart, and speedy. They can easily blend in different groups on the basis of the vibes and energy. Hence, they are also called the chameleon of the zodiac. Interesting Gemini Facts A few fascinating facts …

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Facts About Girls

1.Girls like guys with a sense of humor and hate guys who always brag about themselves. 2.Girls are very suspicious human beings. 3.Girls can either jokingly or seriously get jealous over your pubg game. 4.A girl may not trust her boyfriend every time, but she would always love her trusted one. 5.A girl cannot keep …

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Facts About Flowers

Flowers are unarguably the most ornamental parts of any flowering plant. Flowers also carry huge sentimental and emotional value. That explains why they’re often given as presents to symbolize a range of emotions, including love, fidelity, and empathy. Like various other plant parts, flowers also boast therapeutic and aromatherapy properties. Certain flowers like the lotus …

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Facts About France

1. France is the largest country in the EU and sometimes called the hexagon France is the largest country in the European Union, covering a total area of 551,695 square kilometers. However, it is only the third-largest country in Europe, behind Ukraine and the European portion of Russia. Around a third (31%) of France is forest …

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Facts About Fruits

1. Not all oranges are orange. Flickr: martinlabar In sub-tropical growing regions (like Brazil, the country that grows the most oranges in the world) there are never temperatures cold enough to break down the chlorophyll in the fruit’s skin, which means it may still be yellow or green even when it’s ripe. But because American consumers can’t …

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Facts About Finland

1. Finland takes Albert Einstein’s wise words “A person who never made a mistake never tried anything new” seriously. The country has declared October 13th the National Day of Failure to celebrate life setbacks as a natural path toward success. 2. The Finnish language is one of the ten most challenging languages in the world …

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