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Interesting explanation of the nickname of countries in the world

Cập nhật: 17 thg 6, 2019 lúc tháng 6 17, 2019

Have you ever wondered why America was called by the intimate name 'Uncle Sam'? Discover the following interesting explanations of the following countries' nicknames.
1. United States - "Uncle Sam"
The flower flag is known for its strange nickname Uncle Sam (Uncle Sam). This is a true character, appearing in the brutal skirmish between the US and Britain in 1812. Uncle Sam's real name is Samuel Wilson, born on September 13, 1766 in Massachusetts. He was a slaughterer and supplier of beef to the US military barracks. His beef bins are all stamped with "US" outside, implicitly referred to as Uncle Sam. Later the official "US" was used to abbreviate the American name - The United States of America. 

The image Uncle Sam is often depicted is associated with a starry hat and a silvery goatee, but in fact he is an old "smooth beard". He died in America in 1854, leaving an interesting nickname for the United States from 1813 until now. 

2. Korea - "The Land of Fresh Dawn"
Unexpectedly, this nickname did not come from the people of the land of kimchi, but was ordered by Zhou Yuanzhong, the Chinese emperor. "Chaohsien" means "looks fresh in the early morning". If you have the opportunity to see the Korean sunshine, you will be moved by the peaceful beauty that is magnificent, portrayed from high mountains like picturesque and clear blue water. It is the pristine beauty that gave birth to the name "Land of peaceful mornings" for this flourishing country. 

3.Ireland - "Emerald Island"
It is no coincidence that this European country possesses such a beautiful name. In addition to being given the first nickname by poet William Drennan (1754-1820) in Ireland's poem "When Erin first rose", Ireland is known for its green, rich, and beautiful beauty. Adjacent to the Atlantic Ocean, Ireland enjoys abundant rainfall, enabling the vegetation here to grow green, dense and full of vitality. The name "Emerald Island" came into being as a song of beauty, pure and pure like this pearl. 

4.Iceland - "Land of fire and ice"
The name tell everythings. Adjacent to the cold and remote northern and northern rings, the population density is only 3.1 people / sq. Km. The nickname "The Land of Fire and Ice" comes from two opposite polarities that coexist closely in a narrow range of "Ice Island": welding and heat, heat and cold, fire and ice, lava and wind snow. The combination between the cold glaciers, alternating hot springs and countless craters waiting for eruption created geographical features for Iceland as well as this very proud nickname. 

5.Chile - "Land of poets"
What makes the South American nation own this honor? Chile is the birthplace of countless poetic geniuses, helping the country win two noble literary prizes and unique literary treasures. Gabriel Garcia Marquez and Paolo Neruda were honored to receive the Nobel Prize and were recognized as the "Best 20th Century Poet". The poet Nicanor Parra pioneered against every principle in poetic writing; and it was that disruption that won him the 2011 Cervantes award - the most prestigious award for the Spanish literary category. Two authors Enrique Lihn and Jorge Teillier used poetry as a tool to encourage freedom of speech and thinking during the second half of the twentieth century. A series of the above achievements are only a minority in countless contributions of literary poetry that the "Land of the poet" has created for the world literary treasure. 

6. Part Lan - "Land of thousands of lakes"
187,888 is the number of extremely impressive lakes in Finland. With a population of only 5 million people, 1 lake can be "divided equally" for 26 residents. At least 55,000 lakes are more than 200 meters wide. The largest lake is called Saimaa with an amazing surface area of ​​4,400 square kilometers, ranking fifth in the list of Europe's largest lakes. The unique point of the lakes in Finland is large but very shallow, with lakes only about 7m deep. Water reserves in lakes are only equivalent to annual rainfall. 

7. South Africa - "Rainbow Land"
South Africa was one of the countries most severely affected by racial discrimination. But today, South Africa is proud to "makeover" into a multi-ethnic, multicultural and multi-religious nation. It is this colorful openness that helps South Africa get the name "Rainbow Land", originating from Archbishop Desmond Tutu. In Xhosa culture, the image of a rainbow symbolizes hope and a bright future is beckoning ahead. 

8. Laos - "The Land of Things"
In 1354, King Pha Ngom named Lan Xang Kingdom of Laos, translating to mean "million elephants". Surrounding Luang Frabang capital at that time was "headquarters" of thousands of thousands of elephants. Elephants serve as transport, combat service and the main means of transport of members of the Royal Kingdom of Laos. It is the characteristics of dense forests and sparse population density that have created a favorable environment for Asian elephants in Laos, as well as the origin of the very name - "The Land of Things".