Flag / Fan Friday MALDIVES! (Geography Now!)

Flag / Fan Friday MALDIVES! (Geography Now!)

Hey everybody, welcome back to flag fan Friday. Hope you like the Maldives episode, right? So before we jump into this, you know this is the part where I kind of fix some things that I made mistakes on or stuff that I didn’t talk about in the Video for one at the 8 minute 32 mark. Oh my gosh.

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Geography Now! MALDIVES

Geography Now! MALDIVES

Hey everybody, GeographyNow.com is finally launched And since you guys asked for it, We made you guys ‘Geography Now!’ notepads and buttons. Stop by the website if you’d like to get one. Thanks for the support guys! For years, you guys have been joking over and over by saying: “Oh by the time Geography Now gets to the Maldives episode,

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Indonesia – The Largest Island State in the World 🏝️ | Who’s There?

Indonesia – The Largest Island State in the World 🏝️ | Who’s There?

Have you ever been to two hemispheres at the same time? Here it is possible! The largest island state in the world, with almost 18,000 islands, lies on both sides of the equator. It occupies most of the Malayan archipelago, located between the Indian Ocean on the west and the Pacific Ocean on the east. It has a land border

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The World’s Strangest Borders Part 1: Panhandles

Countries in the world come in all different shapes and sizes. Some are huge, while others are tiny. And then some have very clearly defined shapes, like these, and others, well, not so much. Borders are a funny thing and don’t often make sense without some historical or geographical context. Sometimes borders take on an exceptionally bizarre look, extending away

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Geography Now! India

Geography Now! India

So we have finally encroached upon the giant: India. Some of you’ve been waiting a LOOOOONG time for this episode. I’m just gonna say straight up: You all know India is incredibly complex and diverse. Even Indians have trouble understanding their own country. Obviously, I won’t be able to scratch even the surface in this episode. But I’ll try my

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Why Every Map of China is Just Slightly Wrong

Why Every Map of China is Just Slightly Wrong

This video was made possible by Wix. Start building your website today for free at wix.com/go/HAI. So, first things first, this video is not about the hugely controversial and politically divisive places that you probably assume it is based off the title. Namely, this, this, this, and this. So let’s say you’re you, and you’re on a road trip heading

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Geography Now! Azerbaijan

Geography Now! Azerbaijan

Alright, we finally reached the last country beginning with with an A..and that only took about I don’t know.. like 3 months?…alright, here we go – Azerbaijan! It’s time to learn geography…NOW!!! Hey everybody, I’m your host Paul Barbato, you know the drill…let’s dissect the flag! The flag of Azerbaijan is a tri-color banner of blue, red and green with

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What’s the Shortest International Border in the World?

What’s the Shortest International Border in the World?

This video was made possible by Brilliant. Learn with Brilliant for 20% off by being one of the first 200 to sign up at Brilliant.org/HAI. You know what would make a bad video? One on, “what’s the longest border in the world,” because it’s this one—the US-Canada border. Done. You know what would make a slightly less bad video? One

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Why All People Left Hashima Island in Japan

Why All People Left Hashima Island in Japan

You like James Bond movies? If you watched “Skyfall” maybe you wondered what a weird and spooky stage set they used in some scenes. A concrete island with tumble-down houses and not a single tree or plant around. The gloomiest place on Earth you’ve ever seen, for sure. Can it be real? In fact, it is. Welcome to Hashima! Hashima

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Why You Can Claim Islands for the US if They Have Bird Poop

Why You Can Claim Islands for the US if They Have Bird Poop

This video was made possible by Brilliant. Learn about neural networks, gravitational physics, number theory and more for 20% off over at brilliant.org/hai. So what do this and this and this and that have in common. Well they’re all part of this—the United States. Now I know I’ll get plenty of comments like these and for that I’m sorry but

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