Culture "Pakistan"

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Culture about Pakistan.
Carina Figueroa
Mind Map by Carina Figueroa, updated more than 1 year ago
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Culture "Pakistan"
  1. Pakistan is a country in SouthAsia. It borders four different countries: India, Afghanistan, Iran, and China. In Pakistan, the main language are English, Urdu, And Punjabi
    1. The largest city in Pakistan is Karachi, but the capital is Islamabad. Abad means city in Urdu.
      1. K-2, the world's second highest peak is located in Pakistan
        1. Roh is a popular drink in Pakistan. It's made of sugarcane juice and spices.
          1. Cricket is the most popular sport in Pakistan, but field hockey is the national sport. Baseball is pretty popular there, too.
            1. The Thar desert is located on the border between Pakistan and India. It's the world's ninth largest sub-tropical desert.
              1. Pakistan makes more than 50% of the world's soccer balls and is a big producer of cotton.
                1. Malala Yousafzai is a Pakistani activist. She believes strongly in education, especially for girls. In 2014, at the age of 17, she received the Nobel Peace Prize.
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