The official religion in Kuwait is Islam.
The population was last recorded in 2015 and it was 3.892 million.
Kuwait is a constitutional emirate with a semi-democratic political system. The Constitution Of Kuwait calls for direct elections.
Kuwait is located in Asia and it's capital city is Kuwait City.
Kuwait is known for many natural resources other than oil. Such as water, a natural harbour fisheries. Kuwait reserves 94.8 billion barrels of oil and the country depends on it's own oil.
In Kuwait, they eat a mix between Arabian, Persian, Indian and Mediterranean foods. A very well-known food in Kuwait is machboob which is made of basmati rice and chicken.
Kuwait's temperatures differ a lot from summer to winter. In summer, the average daily temperature is usually in the range of 42 degrees Celsius to 48 degrees Celsius. In winter, it could be anywhere between 10 degrees Celsius to 17 degrees Celsius in day time.
This is the Kuwait flag. The black on the flag represents the defeat of enemies and the green represents the fertility of the land. The red is symbolic for the enemies bloodsheds and the white is for purity.
Generally, many Kuwaiti women wear a long sleeved abaya which covers the clothing underneath it and men wear a thobe, an ankle length white robe with a watch.
Some very famous places to visit are the Kuwait Towers, The Liberation Tower and Al Kout Beach. These are places that many people visit during a vacation.
Kuwait Cities and Capitals
The capital of Kuwait is Kuwait City and some major and famous cities are Hawally, Al Jahra and Mahboula.
Agriculture in Kuwait has been poorly represented. The most important crops in 1989 were tomatoes, dried onions, melons, dates, cucumbers and eggplants. Even though there are many crops to export, the agriculture in Kuwait still stays limited.
Kuwait National Day
In Kuwait, the National Day is on the 25th of February every year. This day was when Sheikh Abdullah Al-Salem Al-Sabah ascended to the throne in 1950.