Finland

Brief Description:

Finland is the Scandinavian Country under the continent of Europe. The area of Finland is 338,424 square kilometer. The population of the Finland is about 5 million. The official language is Finish and Swedish. Mostly people of Finland talk in Finish language. Finland is divided between two parts Northern Finland and Russia (another part). Finland is the richer country with 36,395 dollar GDP per capita.

Area:

Finland is located between Sweden and Russia, Finland also borders the Baltic Sea, Gulf of Bothnia, and Gulf of Finland. Finland’s area, at 337,030 square kilometers (130,127 square miles), is slightly smaller than the state of Montana. Finland shares a long border of Continue reading “Finland”

Switzerland

Brief Description

Switzerland is the European country. Officially is called Swiss Confederation.the total population is 8 million. Officially Switzerland uses 4 languages that are German, French, Italian and Romansh. The government system of Switzerland is directorial federal parliamentary republic with elements of direct democracy. The Per Capita GDP is 45,417 dollar.

Area:

The total area of Switzerland is 41,285 square kilometer.Switzerland is a small, landlocked country in the heart of Europe. The country is situated in Western and Central Europe,where it is bordered by ,France to the west, Italy to the south, Germany to the north, and  Austria and Liectenstein to the east. Continue reading “Switzerland”

Poland

Brief Description:

Poland is a developed country. Its area is 312685 square kilometers. The total population of the land is about 38000000. The national language is polish. The government name of the country is Republic of Poland. It’s capital city is Warsaw. Zero population growth rate is reigning here.

Area:

Total area is 312,679 square kilometer. It is bordered by the the Czech Republic and Slovakia to the south;Germany to the west;  Ukraine and Belarus to the east; and the Baltic Sea, Kaliningrad Oblast (a Russian exclave) and Lithuania to the north. Continue reading “Poland”