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Sugar bowl of the world
The fact that Cuba is a significant supplier of the world’s sweetest produce has earned it the nickname Sugar Bowl of the World.
Land of golden fleece
Australia is known as the Land of Golden Fleece because of its abundant sheep population. For obvious reasons related to its location south of the equator, Australia is also sometimes referred to as The Land Down Under.
Land of thousand lakes
As is the case with many other country nicknames, there is a clear and meaningful symbolism behind Finland’s. Indeed, even in this respect, the Land of a Thousand Lakes is not an anomaly.
Land of white elephants
The large white elephant in the chamber is emblematic of Thailand, which is known as the Land of White Elephants, and its presence here is appropriate.
Land of the rising sun
The concept of the rising sun plays a role in Japan’s moniker, Land of the rising sun, but so does geography. Japan got its rising sun moniker from China, which is the country that first coined the term since that’s where the country is located geographically.
Playground of Europe / Land of Milk and Honey
Switzerland’s ski and resort resorts in the Alps contribute to the country’s reputation as the Playground of Europe.
The country’s reputation for producing high-quality wine and honey has earned it the moniker the Land of Milk and Honey, a moniker also applied to neighbouring nations such as Lebanon.
This South African country’s moniker stands out among others in both its name and its connotation as being very unusual.
South Africa’s leader, Desmond Tutu, is widely credited for popularising the term Rainbow Nation to describe the country, which is a reference to the country’s aspiration to embrace and unite people from all ethnic backgrounds.
The Great White North
Canada’s moniker The Great White North is both an unimaginative and true way to refer to the country.
Land of Poets
It is no surprise that Chile is known as the Land of Poets, given that two Chilean poets have received the Nobel Prize for Literature: Gabriela Mistral in 1945 and Pablo Neruda in 1971.
Land of Fire and Ice
Yes, Iceland is located in an area of active volcanism, and ice and snow cover more than 10% of the total nation. Accordingly, in keeping with the general trend of country moniker themes, Iceland has properly dubbed the Land of Fire and Ice.
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Italy’s moniker, The Boot, is one of the most descriptive and accurate descriptions of a country’s shape and size. The name The Boot for Italy comes from its shape, which is similar to a boot.
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|Canada||The Great White North||38454.3270|
|Chile||Land of Poets||19603.7330|
|Cuba||Sugar bowl of the world||11212.1910|
|Finland||Land of Thousand Lakes||5540.7450|
|Iceland||Land of Fire and Ice||372.8990|
|Japan||Land of the Rising Sun||123951.6920|
|South Africa||Rainbow Nation||59893.8850|
|Switzerland||Playground of Europe / Land of Milk and Honey||8740.4720|
|Thailand||Land of White Elephants||71697.0300|