Croatia – a country in Central Europe, which occupies part of the Balkan Peninsula. The capital – Zagreb. Other major cities and resorts – Split, Rijeka, Dubrovnik, Pula. The western part of the country bordering the Adriatic Sea.
Tunisia – a country in Africa. It borders on the west with the State of Algeria, in the south-east – with Libya. In the north and east by the Mediterranean Sea. The capital – Tunis.
Thailand – a country in Southeast Asia, until 1949 was called Siam. The capital of Thailand Bangkok. Population – 65,444,371 people, the area – 514 000 sq. km
United States – a country in North America. Capital – Washington. Biggest cities: New York and Los Angeles. According to the latest data, the population of over 320 million people. The country is bordered by Canada, Mexico, and also with Russia on the sea border. It is washed by three oceans: the Pacific, Atlantic, Arctic North.
Slovenia – a country in Central Europe, occupies part of the Balkan Peninsula. The capital – Ljubljana. The country has access to the sea (Adriatic Coast). The total population, according to recent data, just over 2 million people.
Slovakia – a country in Central Europe. The capital – Bratislava. The country’s population is approximately 5.5 million. man. Religion – Christianity; 70% – Catholics. Official language – Slovak. Landlocked does not. From 1945 to 1993, he was part of Czechoslovakia. The form of government – a parliamentary republic.
Russia – the largest country in the world (17,075,400 sq. Km.) The population for 2015 is 146 267 288 people, the capital of Moscow.
Portugal – a country in Europe, occupying the south-western part of the Iberian Peninsula. Capital – the city of Lisbon; the second largest city – Porto. The national currency – the euro.