India never invaded any country in her last 10000 years of history

Nepal is the only country that doesn't have a rectangular or square flag.

In Tokyo, people sell toupees ( a patch of false hair for covering a bald spot or wig) for dogs.

Windmills always turn counter-clockwise. Except for the windmills in Ireland. (A windmill turns because the blades face into the wind and are pitched (twisted) so that the air passing onto the blades pushes the blade around the pivot point. If the blade is pitched one way, the windmill will turn to Counter Clock wise else Clock wise)

Mongolia is the largest landlocked country.

Iceland is the world's oldest functioning democracy.

The country with the most Post offices is India with over 152,792 compared with just over 38,000 in the United States.

Iceland is the world's oldest functioning democracy

Because heat expands the metal, the Eiffel Tower always leans away from the Sun.

There are 1,792 steps to the top of the Eiffel Tower.

The Sahara desert is expanding half a mile south every year.

The only man-made structure visible from space is the Great Wall of China.

Niagara Falls has moved about ten miles upstream in the last 10,000 years. The falls are eroding at the rate of 5 feet per year.

There is now an ATM at McMurdo Station in Antarctica, which has a winter population of 200 people.

Due to precipitation, for a few weeks K2 is bigger than Mt Everest

Only country, with paper money and no coins, is Vietnam.

There are more Rolls Royce cars in Hong Kong than anywhere else in the world.

Until 1896, India was the only source for diamonds to the world.

It snowed in the Sahara Desert in February of 1979.

The only nation whose name begins with an A, but doesn't end in an A is Afghanistan.

The world's longest street is in Canada. Toronto's Yonge Street runs 1,190 miles.

Antarctica is the only land on our planet that is not owned by any country.

Australia is the only continent on earth without an active volcano.

There are no public toilets in Peru.

The longest fence in the world is in Australia and it runs for over 3,436 miles (5,530 km).

Netherlands, most densely populated country in the world, followed by Belgium, then Japan.

Netherlands is the lowest country in the world. It is estimated that 40 percent of the land is below sea level.

Deepest Spot in the Ocean

The deepest spot in the ocean is called the Mariana Trench and is approximately 35, 797 ft (10,911 m) deep in the Pacific Ocean. That's deeper than the height of the world's highest mountain, Mount Everest, which is 29,035 ft (8,850 m) high.

Highest Navigable Lake

Lake Titicaca in Peru is the highest navigable lake in the world. It is about 12,500 ft (3,810 m) above sea level. This lake is also South America's second largest freshwater lake.

Lowest Lake

The lowest lake is the Dead Sea (it's considered a lake but called a sea), which is in the Jordan Valley of Israel. The surface of the water is 1,340 ft (408 m) below sea level. The Dead Sea is also the saltiest lake in the world. Almost nothing can survive in it besides simple organisms like green algae.

Largest Freshwater Lake

Lake Superior is the largest of the Great Lakes and it's also the freshwater lake that covers the greatest surface area in the world. Lake Superior covers over 82,000 km? of land and there's enough water in the lake to fill all the other Great Lakes plus three Lake Eries.

Deepest Lake

Lake Baikal is the world's deepest lake and is located in Siberia, Russia, north of the Mongolian border. It is 5,369 ft (1,637 m) deep - more than one mile straight down.

Largest Ocean

The Pacific Ocean takes the award for being the largest ocean in the world. It covers almost a third of the Earth's surface and goes from the Bering Sea in the Arctic north to the icy waters of Antarctica's Ross Sea in the south.

Smallest Ocean

The smallest ocean is the Arctic Ocean, which is about 10 times smaller than the Pacific Ocean.

Longest River

The Nile River in Egypt is the longest river. It's 4,145 miles (6,671 km) long and flows into the Mediterranean Sea.

Shortest River

The world's shortest river, according to the Guinness Book of World Records, is the Roe River. It is only 200 feet (61 meters) long and flows between Giant Springs and the Missouri River near Great Falls, Montana. There has been debate, though, about which river is really the shortest. The D River in Oregon has been measured as being only 120 ft (37 m) long. It connects Devil's Lake directly to the Pacific Ocean near Lincoln City. Because the D River flows into the ocean though, it's length changes according to the tide so has been measured at several different lengths.

Largest River

The Amazon Basin in South America is the largest river with the greatest water flow. This is because it flows through the Amazon rain forest - the largest and wettest rainforest on Earth.

Highest Waterfall

Angel Falls (Salto Angel) in Canaima National Park, Venezuela is the highest waterfall in the world at 3212 ft (979 m).