Top Ten Most Interesting Countries That Begin With "P"The most interesting countries that begin with P. So with that being said, here's the list.
The Top Ten
I highly recommend visiting Poland. It's an understated country, but it's full of fascinating history. - PositronWildhawk
I'm surprised someone actually appreciates my homeland. (And yes, I am Polish.) - X_the_Unown
Poland's a cool one. A slavic country south of the baltic sea, Poland's the only slavic country to border the baltic sea in the first place (along With Russia but they don't have big coastlines with it at all) and their slavic culture is visible. They speak the polish language, which is a language on the western branch of the slavic languages, and their history is quite big. At one point, they were the biggest country in Europe when they were united with Lithuania. Poland was still known after that but Lithuania unfortunately got forgotten. But yeah Poland's very interesting. - darthvadern
Aw yeah... That ma home land. Polska! Woh!
(Yes... I am Polish... bet none knew that) - X_the_Unown
Aah, yes. The beauty of the amazing Peru. Peru has among the most interesting history and cultures in the world, in my opinion. It's just one of the most interesting countries in the world even in my opinion, and it's for a lot of reasons. You see, it was from Peru is where the so interesting mountain people known as the Inca came from who are so interesting. Machu Pichu is such a gorgeous and interesting place. I mean the inca people are one of the main reasons Peru really takes the top spot on this list. But that's just the mountain parts. The further east you go, you come to the jungles and they have a lot of interesting stuff going on as well. I mean it's amazing. Peru easly takes the top spot. - darthvadern
I mean now it's a super small country in Europe. Throughout history though, Portugal was one of the all-time biggest countries. It's crazy how such a small country used to have some of the best navigators which made them able to conolize countries way bigger than Portugal itself such as Brazil, Guinea-Bissau, Mozambique, Angola, etc. There's also Sao Tome & Principe and East Timor, but they aren't bigger than Portugal. Portugal has influenced all of these lusophone countries in one way of another and it's amazing. - darthvadern
My visit to Portugal shone light on European history from all sorts of periods. And some weird as hell contemporary art. And cinnamon custard tarts which you absolutely must try. - PositronWildhawk
If I wanna go there that would be for the nature and the birds, esp. the family of Birds-Of-Paradise, some of the most beautiful and colorful birds ever. They have one on their flag. - Metal_Treasure
It's the biggest country in Melanesia as whole and the only one that has a border with Asia (specifically with Indonesia) and it surely has a lot of interesting cultures and history. I don't know too much about it but it seems interesting considering the culture is melanesian. After all, melanesia as whole is super interesting. - darthvadern
Paraguay is one of those very mysterious and interesting countries, something interesting about Paraguay is that the nort-west part AKA 60% of the land is pretty much completely uninhabited which is a huge and open plain, it doesn't have too many tourists but it's such an interesting country. The indigenous people known as the guarani are quite interesting as well and speak the guarani laungage. More people speak guarani than spanish here so you gotta learn some of that language if you go here. It's so fascinating in my opinion. - darthvadern
Now yes, Puerto Rico isn't really that much of a country. It's part of the united states, but technically, it's still a country. Just not a sovereign state. A caribbean island located east of the dominican republic and west of the smaller antilles. It's the smallest country in the greater antilles. Their flag greatly resembles Cuba's flag except the colours are reversed to make it look more american, as Cuba is a socialist state and has more socialistic meanings in their flag. Unfortunately I don't know too much about Puerto Rico, but it seems very interesting indeed - darthvadern
Really should be a state if not a independent country basically Puerto Rico is a state In almost every way but name - RawIsgore
Puerto Rico began with the settlement of the archipelago of Puerto Rico by the Ortoiroid people between 3,000 and 2,000 because. Other tribes, such as the Saladoid and Arawak Native Puerto Ricans, populated the island between 430 because and 1000 AD. At the time of Christopher Columbus's arrival in the New World in 1493, the dominant indigenous culture was that of the Taínos. The Taíno people's numbers went dangerously low during the later half of the 16th century because of new infectious diseases carried by Europeans, exploitation by Spanish settlers, and warfare.
Located in the northeastern Caribbean, Puerto Rico formed a key part of the Spanish Empire from the early years of the exploration, conquest and colonization of the New World. The island was a major military post during many wars between Spain and other European powers for control of the region in the 16th, 17th and 18th centuries. The smallest of the Greater Antilles, Puerto Rico was a stepping-stone in the ...more - PrincipeAzul
The southern-most state in Central America and stated to be one of the safer countries there, Panama is mostly known for the panama canal, which splits the country in half kinda. I don't know too much about Panama unfortunately, but, I think it's a generally cool and interesting country. Lots of rainforests here and there can be found and it's generally quite cool in my opinion. So Panama takes a high spot on this list. - darthvadern
Generally southeast asia is a bit uninteresting for me. It just feels too hot and uninteresting for the most part. Still, every country is interesting in one or another and Philippines certainly has its ups and downs like every other country in the world in terms of interestment. It's one of the biggest archipelagos in the world, located off the coast of Vietname and is definitely one of the most complex countries in the world. It has so many different islands and the culture varies so much from island to island and it's quite fascinating in my opinion so yeah Philippines is still a generally interesting country. - darthvadern
It’s sad to see the Philippines history the country got tossed around by Spain,USA, and Japan but its good to see the Philippines still thriving as a country - RawIsgore
An archipelago in Micronesia, in the pacific ocean just north of Indonesia and just a few hundred meters of the coasts of the philippines. Yeah the micronesian countries location are rather in the mid-northern parts of the pacific, unlike Polynesia and Melanesia who are located in the south pacific. Generally micronesia is less interesting for me than the other two sub-regions, but every country's interesting in a way or another. It's one of the youngest sovereign states in the world as they used to be part of the federated states of micronesia for a long time. Palau used to be heavily populated by the philippinese as well but now it's a bit more diverse, offering more cultures and stuff and I think it's a cool country. - darthvadern
Pakistan. You know there are seven "'-stan" countries and all of them are either turkic (Kazakstan, Kyrgyzstan, Uzbekistan and Turkmenistan) or persian (Tajikistan and Afghanistan (although Afghanistan is heavily pashtun as well)). However what is Pakistan? The "-stan" country located off the eastern corner of those countries bordering India to the east? Well, in the simpliest way I can put it, it's mostly punjabi and pashtun, who are indo-european people who also speak the indo-european language known as Urdu. It's quite interesting in my opinion. - darthvadern