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The history of the Republic of Bulgaria is rich with curious firsts and lasting influences. The local prehistoric civilizations included the world’s first gold workers, and Bulgarian, the oldest written Slavic language, remains the native language of more than 80% of the country’s population. A Slavic cultural hub during the Middle Ages, Bulgaria still produces unique folk music, ornate carpets, and cultural expositions including ancient rituals and dancing over live coals. The country’s incredible biodiversity hosts some of world’s oldest trees in the forested countryside. An open-market economy is protected by political and financial stability, and the Euro-pegged Bulgarian lev is one of the strongest currencies in Eastern Europe.
Consisting of 10 provinces and three territories, Canada extends from the Atlantic to the Pacific and northward into the Arctic Ocean, covering 9.98 million square kilometres (3.85 million square miles) in total, making it the world's second-largest country by total area. Canada shares the world’s longest border with the United States. Though sparsely populated overall, Canada is home to bustling mega-cities and large expanses of wide-open country ranging from mountains, to prairie, to ancient hardwood forests. Canada enjoys a high quality of life, and a strong and stable economy.
There’s some uncertainty where the name ‘Malta’ comes from. Some believe it’s from the ancient Greeks who called the island Μελίτη (Melitē) or “honey-sweet" because of its historic honey production. While others attribute the origin of the name to the Phoenician word Maleth meaning "a haven" in reference to Malta's many bays and coves. Either way, both words are fitting for this sweet Mediterranean paradise. Historically, Malta was a naval stronghold due to its strategic positioning. Today, Malta is a hot-spot for tourism and enjoys a stable and advanced economy.
Tucked into Spain’s embrace along the northern and eastern borders and caressed by Atlantic waves on the western and southern flanks lies storied Portugal, home to picturesque villages, bustling cities, and a warm Mediterranean climate. A developed country with an advanced economy and high living standards, Portugal was impressively ranked nineteenth on the high quality of life global index rating as of 2005. The 10 million plus population operates on the Euro and establishes a global presence in a variety of industries, especially a booming export sector.
Popularly known as “the UK” or “Britain,” the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland consists of four countries located off the northwestern coast of continental Europe: England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland. The UK operates the world’s sixth-largest economy—and Europe’s third largest—and the main currency of its partially regulated market economy is the Pound Sterling (GBP), the world’s third-largest currency after the US Dollar and the Euro. Little needs to be said about the United Kingdom’s great cachet, owing to the popularity of its culture, strong economy, global military presence, contributions to scientific progress, and international political influence.
United States of America
The USA’s rich history of immigration makes it one of the most culturally diverse nations in the world and a destination for dreamers from every corner. It is the fourth-largest country in the world by total area, and third largest by population. Fifty states’ worth of varied geography and diverse climate abound with natural resources and new opportunities.This developed country boasts the world’s largest national economy, and the US dollar is the world’s primary reserve currency. Americans also enjoy the highest average household and employee income among OECD nations.