Kuwait

Languages:

Arabic is the official language, but English is widely used and understood. 

Time zone:

AST (UTC+3) 

Electricity:

240 volts, 50Hz. Both the UK-style three-pin and European-style two-pin plugs are in use. 

Area:

17,820 km2 

Population:

4,348,395 (2016 estimate) 

Currency:

Kuwaiti dinar (KWD) 

Religion:

Muslim(99.98%), Christian 

Government:

Unitary constitutional monarchy 

Phone code:

+965 

Kuwait's flag Flag of Kuwait
Kuwait, authoritatively it is called “The State of Kuwait” is established at the northeast seashore of the Arabian Peninsula, at Western Asia. It is surrounded from the east with the Persian Gulf, from the north and west with Iraq and from the south with the KSA. Its capital is Kuwait City. The name Kuwait is consequent from two Arabic words, which mean, "Fortress built close to water". The state has a district of 17,818 km2 and its populace is approximately 3.5 million inhabitants. The Gulf of Kuwait is regarded as one of the major coastal appeals. Kuwait is disseminated to 6 governorates that are: the Capital, the Hawalli, the Al Farwaniya, the Al Ahmedi, the Mubarak Al Kabir and the Al Jahra.
Kuwait owns a number of the world's wealthiest oil grounds; especially Burgan field has a full amount capacity of around 70 billion barrels of confirmed oil funds. The oil that was dropped throughout the Gulf War radically affected the Kuwait's naval resources.

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