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Kuwait - Wüstenstaat im Wandel     Kuwait has a population of 4.1 million. 82% of the population lives in the capital city, Kuwait city. Kuwait city has many attrations to visit including the “Hollywood of the Gulf”. 98% of this country is urbanized, so there has been a lot of decreases in poverty. Since Kuwait is a desert, they don’t get a lot of water there, so 92% of their food and 75% of their water is imported. The health services in Kuwait has increased by 7% since 2010. The main languages spoken there are Arabic and English. The majority of the population’s religion is Muslim, althought the official religon there is Islam. In Kuwait, they celebrate their national and liberation day, this is when they declared their independance from the U.K. They also celebrate Eid Al Fitr, which means feast, festival, holiday. This holiday is celebrated by the muslims. Kuwait has become a very urbanized country and is continuing to grow.

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I chose to reasearch Kuwait. I chose to reasearch this country because I don’t know much about it. I thought it would be a great reasearch opportunity to learn more about this country. I want to learn more about their culture and lifestyle there. I wonder what kinds of food they eat there and what traditions they have in this country.

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