Top Ten Most Interesting Countries That Begin With "K"

The most interesting countries that begin with "K". Last week I made the list about G, H and J countries and I just released the I countries so it's time K. And stay tuned. L and M countries are coming up next

The Top Ten

1 Kyrgyzstan Kyrgyzstan, officially the Kyrgyz Republic, formerly known as Kirghizia, is a landlocked country located in Central Asia.

So underrated. - Gabriola

Yes, Kyrgyzstan, beauty of central asia tops this list. So many awesome and interesting things are there about Kyrgyzstan. Have you ever heard of the mountain lake known as Issyk-Kyl? That people have found a town buried under it? That the lake never freezes despite being a mountain lake? Well then you should know that it's located in Kyrgyzstan, the lesser known of the two mountain twins of central asia (yet the bigger one in terms of size), the other one being Tajikistan, the latter one which to an extent is somewhat more known, due to Emomali Rahmon being quite a known president. I find it quite interesting, mainly because of the issyk-kul lake, but history is quite interesting as well. I think the events after it recieved independence is quite interesting. - darthvadern

2 Kenya Kenya, officially the Republic of Kenya, is a country in Africa and a founding member of the East African Community.

Kenya. Whenever you think of africa as savannahs with lions, elephants, zebras, and stuff, you know those animals and enviroments native to Africa and what most little kids see Africa as, remember it's not the whole of africa as not everyone in Africa is savannahs and lions. However, the eastern parts of Africa is mostly that. Kenya and Tanzania are the finest examples of this and this gives both of these two countries a very "classic african" theme. Heck there's even a national park just outside of a city where you can find gazelles and lions and stuff I mean it's awesome. - darthvadern

3 Kiribati

Have you wondered if there was a country with a total of three different time zones? There is. It's a giant archipelago (one of the biggest in Oceania) located both in Micronesia and Polynesia (although more in the latter) called Kiribati, with one of the most beautiful flags in the world. It's such unfortuanate this country is sinking currently. - darthvadern

4 Kosovo Kosovo is a disputed territory and partially recognised state in Southeast Europe that declared independence from Serbia in February 2008 as the Republic of Kosovo.

Kosovo. Yeah it's not completely independent as Serbia considers Kosovo to be part of them. However for the sake of keeping as many items as possible on the list, Kosovo will be included. And even then it's way different from Serbia. One notable difference is that Kosovo isn't inhabited by mainly serbians. No, most of them are albanians. This gives Kosovo a very different culture that's quite interesting to study. Kosovo deserves to be on here. - darthvadern

5 Kazakhstan Kazakhstan, officially known as the Republic of Kazakhstan, is a country in northern Central Asia, with a sliver of its territory west of the Ural River extending into Eastern Europe.

Well, it's the biggest country in central asia. Heck, it's almost as big as Argentina, and the biggest landlocked country in the world. Due to it, it's landscape varies very much. Most of the country is very plain, but there is the Kyzylkum desert to the south-west, mountains to the south-east and some forests in the north parts of the country. Oh yeah and there's something about a movie called Borat that somehow is relevant to this country. Don't know about it but yeah. Kazakstan is the least interesting country of central asia for me but it's still interesting. - darthvadern

6 Kuwait

Here is a very small arab country and this country isn't that known at all. I'm not sure there's a lot about Kuwait people know and I barely hear people talk about it anyway. Kuwait is mostly known because of an iraqi president known as Saddam Hussein tried to invade Kuwait once and make it part of Iraq. I think something interesting about Kuwait is how you live there. To be able to live in Kuwait you must speak arabic fluently and a bunch of other things as well. I'm pretty sure one of your parents have to be born in Kuwait as well. Quite cool. - darthvadern

Very rich and cool-looking country. - PhoenixAura81

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