I think the beautiful country in the world is Brazil. Amazzonia, Rio de Janeiro, fantastic beach, fantastic people and music. I love Brazil
for me i think it's JAPAN as i've been living here with my husband for ten years. EXTRAORDINARY SCENERY.
I think most beautiful country of the world is France. And the most beautiful city is Paris. Rest of the countries are good but rank is rank.
Every country is beautiful, after all we can see a number of people enjoying there life there.
Actually whether a country is beautiful or not just a physical description of the place, its physical beauty but it also depends on how were you treated there, your company, your mood.
When we are happy (as well as healthy), have money, a good company and favorable circumstances we enjoy every moment and it seems as world is a beautiful place (so is the country).
Afghanistan what confused but i got reasons buddy
1. although people are intriguined in war over decades they had still not forget love and respect and culture muslim religion and there culture impose on them. after that loss and torture been through they are still same.
2. you should see monoments arts music and langauge of the country.
3. taj mahal was built by afghani workers and king who built it have afghani ancestoral background.
As a matter of fact you go anywhere in world, but your native place , your own country, your city, your area will always be close to your heart and somewhere in your heart you always have that feeling that the most beautiful country in the world is the one you belong to.
Some days I think it is my own country, Australia, with its unique terrain, flora and fauna, but when I am in another country I am seduced by its beauty. Right now I think the most beautiful country is China.
I´m from Brazil, so I´m a little biased. However, I would go for New Zeland as well!
by definitions 4 years ago
Is America the most beautiful country in the world?
by Jason Benedict 18 months ago
If you could go anywhere in the world with free airfare and $5000 to spend, where would you go?You can only spend a week there and you have to use some of that money on hotels. Where have you always wanted to visit, where would you stay, and what would you do?
by Russell-D 6 years ago
Is Pakistan still the beautiful country I remember from my 1997 visit? Especially, Hunza.The story of that visit is in the chapter - Silk Road, Part 1 - of my "A La Carte"; Tales of Food & Drink Digested From 55 Years of International Travel. (Russell, D). I also remember...
by EinsFloW 6 years ago
What is the most beautiful country you ever travelled to?
by Reve 6 years ago
Well I never been out of my country. But I always have the curiosity to know about beautiful places..
by peachy 3 years ago
If you were reborn, which country would you wish to be born in?I would love to be born in Korea, a beautiful country with polite,cheerful culture and good mannerism. I want to meet the Kpop idols too. No need to buy plane tickets!
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