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"M" Countries

written by: DieZel
 
Here are ten questions about world's counties, starting with the letter "M". Sounds pretty easy, but is it so?

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In the 4th century BC, one of the greatest kings of this Balkan country conquered Greece, Persia, Egypt and even reached India. In spite of that fact, this country lost its sovereignty in 148 BC and was then consecutively ruled by the Roman, Byzantine and Ottoman empires. Skopje is its capital city.
Mexico
Moldova
Macedonia
Macau


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This country is situated on the fourth largest island in the world. Because of its isolation from the rest of the world, unique plants and animals are found on its territories. It was a French colony form 1896 till 1960.
Malawi
Myanmar
Madagascar
Mauritania


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Tombouctou is the capital city of Mali.
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True


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This country, located in Southeastern Asia, is actually divided in two regions. The Western one borders Thailand, and the Eastern one is situated on the world's second largest island - Borneo. The capital city of this country is Kuala Lumpur.
Malaysia
Micronesia
Malawi
Marshall Islands


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This country gained independence in 1965 and became republic in 1968, after being sultanate under Dutch and British protection for many years. It is situated on a group of atolls in the Indian Ocean and its capital city is Male.
Monaco
Maldives
Marshall Islands
Malawi


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Mauritius is an independent, democratic republic.
False
True


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Many ancient civilizations have lived on the territories of this country - the Mayas, the Olmecs, the Toltecs and the Aztecs. This country could not gain its independence just until early in the 19th century. California, Nevada, and Utah were actually its territories, before the war with the United States.
Malta
Mozambique
Mali
Mexico


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This tiny principality is actually the second smallest country in the world. It is world-wide famous for its casinos. The name of this country comes from the Greek surname of Hercules, because both the Phoenicians and the Greeks had temples of Hercules on its territory.
Malta
Macedonia
Monaco
Moldova


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Mongolia is the 19th largest country in the world.
False
True


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This African country fought long for its independence from France. It finally gained it in 1956. Bordering Algeria and Western Sahara, this country is slightly larger than California. Its capital city is Rabat.
Malta
Madagascar
Mauritania
Morocco


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