- 3. The recorded events, people, and developments that have shaped a country over time. History tells the story of a nation's past.
- 9. Customs, beliefs, or practices that are passed down through generations in a country. Traditions can include holidays, festivals, and ceremonies.
- 12. anthem A song that represents a country and is played or sung on special occasions. National anthems often celebrate the country's history and values.
- 13. The traditional foods and cooking styles associated with a particular country. Cuisine reflects the culture and flavors of a nation.
- 14. The system or group of people who control and manage a country. Governments make decisions and enforce laws for the well-being of citizens.
- 15. The line or boundary that separates one country from another. Borders can be marked by physical features or official checkpoints.
- 1. The type of money used in a country. Currency can be in the form of coins or banknotes and has a specific value.
- 2. A structure or statue that commemorates a person, event, or historical significance of a country. Monuments are often visited by tourists.
- 4. The total number of people living in a country. Population size can vary greatly from one country to another.
- 5. The main city or town that serves as the seat of government for a country. Capitals are often centers of political and economic activities.
- 6. A famous or significant feature or site in a country that holds historical, cultural, or symbolic importance.
- 7. A system of communication used by people in a particular country. Each country has its own language or languages.
- 8. A geographical area with its own government and borders. Countries have their own cultures, languages, and traditions.
- 10. A piece of cloth with distinctive colors and patterns that represents a country. Flags are often raised on flagpoles as national symbols.
- 11. The customs, arts, social institutions, and achievements of a particular country. Culture encompasses language, traditions, music, and more.