Added on: 5th Mar 2016
Hosting the capital of the European Union and the headquarters of
NATO, Belgium is a multi-linguistic and diverse society that has
come to enjoy a very high standard of living since the end of
World War II.
Europe’s most industrialized and most populous country is well
known for its technological, scientific, and cultural achievements.
Famous for its mountainous countryside, this country at the heart
of Europe is home to numerous international organizations.
Playing an important role in international affairs, the UK’s global
Influence has declined following two world wars and decolonization,
but it remains a military and economic power.
This sparsely populated country is well known for its volcanoes,
geysers, and prosperous economy.
Although Ireland took a hit during the global financial crisis, prior to
that it was so prosperous that it was even labelled the “Celtic Tiger”.
The world’s largest economic and military power, the United States
accounts for 25% of the entire world’s GDP.
With a name that reflects its position (one fourth of the country is
below sea level), the Netherlands are well known for their
powerful economy and high standard of living.