Although physical beauty in a woman might not be everything, it is definitely important. We definitely wouldn’t have Prince Charming asking Cinderella for dance had she not being the most beautiful girl at the ball. Psychological studies have illustrated that men still rank physical beauty as an important attribute that they look for in a woman. Even though men will never say “I love you for your beauty” in today’s politically correct world, it doesn’t mean that this is never in their thoughts. Asia as the world's largest and most populous continent covers 8.6% of the earth's land mass with about 4 billion people. It also has the largest diversity of culture and people and hence the largest number of beautiful women. Below is a list of the more well known countries that are on this continent each with their own unique ethnological make-up.
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Best museums in the World 23 items ranked
Museums can be one of the most interesting places to visit to explore culture and history, whether local or abroad. Here is a list of the top most see museums in the World.
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Guatemalas volcanoes 20 items ranked
List of the volcanoes in Guatemala.
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Greatest Empires 5 items ranked
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List of biggest cities in Estonia
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Important items to pack when going to Sweden that may not be easy to get once you are there.
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Greatest Roman Emperors 10 items ranked
I've been listening to "The History of Rome Podcast" and it's been getting me thinking about the greatest Roman Emperors of all time. I'm trying to be moderately objective in this, but my goal is not just to put the best administrators or field generals on the list (although both of those things figure into the formula), but to also figure out which men exhibited superior moral character. I should also point out that I am a Christian and am, thus, inclined to overreact against persecuting emperors; I tend to hold it against them, and, thus, often find myself inclined against otherwise very capable leaders, who also might have been quite moral in other areas of their lives. I will try to be objective in assessing them nonetheless. In addition, I would point out that I am just as bothered, if not more so, by Christian emperors who persecuted pagans. Obviously, such behavior brings a bad reputation to the name "Christian".
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A list of the smallest things, manmade and natural, in the world.
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