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It seems like even their neighbors dont like it.
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>>100036167
>It seems like even their neighbors dont like it.
I can confirm this.
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I like Uzbekistan, they have cool architecture
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What happens there
Also why are there so many -stan ending countries?
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>>100036678
Looks like some Iranian square.
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>>100036836
because '-stan' is the same of '-land' in Persian language, IIRC.
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Their history is interesting.
Their cuisine is tasty.
Otherwise, it is as close as Africa to me.
>>100036836
-stan ending marks a country for Muslim and/or people who used Arabic or its writing.
>Pakistan - pure country (unlike India)
>Uzbekistan - Uzbek country
>Vatastan - country of Russia
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>>100036976
t. pig from Hohlostan
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>>100036491
Why's that?
Any particular reasons?
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>>100036167
I like them
Samarkand seems cool and I like the mix of Persian culture and Russian influence.
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>>100036976
Wow what a retarded post. "stan" means land or country in Persian, more broadly it can also relate to the phrase "to stand" in English.
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in my country there is problem



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