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Capital & currencies of different countries
Today, General Awareness has become one of the most important sections for SSC audits, so today we will be sharing the country lists with their capital and currency. It is very important for any competition test such as SSC & Railway or other tests. It is recommended that you study this chart and get good grades in your examinations.
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Capitals and currencies of Asian countries
Asiatic Cities and Currencies - Complete listing of all Asian nations. You can also find some interesting facts about Asia. The world' s biggest continental region - 43,810,582 km - covers about 30% of the earth' s soil and 8.66% of its area. Bordering the Ural Mountains to the west, the Arctic Ocean to the northeast, the Pacific Ocean to the east and the Indian Ocean to the souther.
The name derives from a borrower of the ancient semite roots `Asu', which means "rising" or "light", which means `Eastern Asia'. The most populated of the continents - About 4.1 billion inhabitants (60% of today's global population) are living in Asia. It is the biggest of the continents and is historically considered part of the Eurasian land mass - with the west part of Eurasia dominated by Europe.
This is the western part of the Euro-Asian land mass and the bordering isles. Asia is divided from Europe by the Urals. Suez Canal, the Urals to the west and the Caucasus, Caspian and Black Seas to the south. Economics and currencies:
After Europe, Asia has the second highest level of nominally consolidated GNP of all five main European countries, but the highest in (purchasing power parity)PPP. Asia's biggest economy is China, Japan, India, South Korea and Indonesia. Talking of currency, there are different types of currency throughout Asia. In Asia there are several linguistic groups and many linguistic isolations.
More than one languages are used in most of Asia. Colonisation in Asia has its origins in the latter part of the fifteenth centur y with a range of journeys looking for a maritime route to India in the hopes of creating a straightforward seasoning business between Europe and Asia. Prior to 1500, Europe's economy was largely self-sufficient, complemented only by low levels of trading with Asia and Africa.
However, within the next millennium the integration of Europe's and Asia's economy was slow as new trading lanes emerged. Key facts about Asia: Asia's longest and third longest rivers in the world is the Yangtze (6,211 km), which runs through China. Asia's biggest dessert is the Gobi with 281.800 km².
Every religion (Christianity, Islam, Hinduism, Buddhism) is deeply ingrained in Asia. In contrast to what is commonly believed, most of these animals are in Asia, not in Africa. It is the biggest island state. Sumer civilisation in Mesopotamia, which is 7,000 years old, and Indus Valley civilisation in India, which is 6,000 years old, the old civilisation is steeped in Asia.