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Kuwait
INTRODUCTION
1. Geography
2. Political situation
a. Rulers
3. Defense
4. Economy
a. Figures
5. Health
6. Education
a. Universities
7. Media
8. Demographics
9. Religions
a. Freedom
10. Peoples
11. Languages
12. Human rights
13. History
14. Cities and Towns



























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Geography


Water surface: 0 km²
Population density: 154 inhabitants per kmē.
Border: 462 km. To Saudi Arabia 222 km; Iraq 240 km.
Coastline: 499 km.
Highest point: 306 m
Arable land: 0.3%
Kuwait is from nature's side all desert, made up of red soil, and there is little that favours agriculture.
Vegetation is limited to low bushes and scrub, and salt-loving plants in the marshes along the coast. There are a few tiny oases, and some sparse vegetation along the coast.
With the help of irrigation controlled by modern technology, Kuwait has come to be more green than before.
The landscape of Kuwait is flat, and there are 9 islands, but only Faylaka is inhabited.

Seas

  • Persian Gulf




  • By Tore Kjeilen