Curious and unknown facts about Indonesia

Curious and unknown facts about Indonesia
Curious and unknown facts about Indonesia

Indonesia is an attractive tourist destination. It is a land of extremes. There you can see azure beaches with white sands, volcanoes, lush dark green forest, tall skyscrapers, beautiful underwater views - all in all, Indonesia is a paradise on Earth.

In the "" column, we will take you there by telling you some unknown facts about the fabulous Indonesia.

Indonesia is the largest island country in the world with its more than 13 thousand islands.

The national animal of Indonesia is the Komodo dragon or also called the Komodo dragon.

Indonesia is first in the world in the most intensive logging of forests. It is followed by Brazil.

Indonesia is home to the largest number of Muslims in the world.

Homo sapiens reached the lands of Indonesia about 45 thousand years ago.


In Indonesia there is a volcano spewing blue flames.

In Indonesia, along with China, the US and India, as well as some other countries, still impose the death pen alty. 60% of the world's population lives in countries where the death pen alty still exists in the legal system.

The Minangkabau tribe of Indonesia honors the female line in marriage most. That is why women occupy a central line in the wedding ceremony, and men are considered people taken as " nazaem".

Most women in Indonesia, Bolivia and Guatemala are so short that from our point of view they could easily be classified as dwarfs. Their average height is less than 140 cm.

In general, Indonesians are the shortest people in the world.

In 2010, an Indonesian 2-year-old child made headlines in world media for smoking at this tender age. Ardi Rizal doesn't just smoke, he smokes about 40 cigarettes a day, making an average of 2 packs.

The eruption of the Krakatau volcano in Indonesia is believed to have inspired the Norwegian artist Edvard Munch's painting The Scream, in the background of which the sky is red from the flames of the element.

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