إكتشف خبايا و أسرار قلبك بهذا الإستفتاء البسيط

أتظنون أنكم تعرفون أنفسكم جيداً ؟ لا تكونوا واثقين لهذه الدرجة. هناك بعض الجوانب الخفية من شخصيتنا التي لا نلاحظها أحياناً أو التي لا نريد أن نلاحظها. مع هذا الاختبار، ستكتشفون الملامح الخفية من شخصيتكم!

I take you on a guided journey around the globe, talking to you about some disputes, oddities, complexities, or just some things that are good to be aware of in this complicated planet we live on. Some of the things I’ll be talking about, I already have entire videos on, if you want a deeper understanding.


We’ll start at the “centre of the world”, the prime meridian, which goes through Greenwich,England. This is because that’s where the British invented time in Here we have two independent countries   
the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, and the Republic of Ireland. The country of Ireland comprises the majority of the island of Ireland, while the northern part, called Northern Ireland, is of the constituent countries of the United Kingdom. Northern Ireland doesn’t really have an official flag because its population doesn’t exactly agree on whether they should remain British or unite with the rest of Ireland. The other constituent countries are in Great,Britain and surrounding minor islands… Scotland, England, and Wales.

Some people use the terms “Great Britain”, “United Kingdom”, and “England” interchangeably… but please don’t. Us Scots really don’t appreciate it. In fact, many Scots don’t want to be part of the UK. Despite an unsuccessful referendum in, there’s still a very sizable independence movement. Even more so since Brexit.

So just remember… Great Britain   an island, the UK   an independent country made up of non-independent countries… and England   one of those countries.

Oh, and there’s also the Isle of Man, Jersey, and Guernsey. Which are British, but not part of the UK for some reason. They’re referred to as Crown Dependencies.

Okay we really need to move on, lots to cover. If we go into the icy north, we find the Faroe Islands, and Greenland. Two places that you wouldn’t think have much in common, but they do, they’re both Danish. They’re both autonomous territories of Denmark. And despite the immense difference in size between the two, they actually both have a similar population of around , Unsurprisingly, Greenland is one of the least densely populated parts of the world. The island is literally ¾ ice.

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