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6 Weird Facts About Life In Other Countries

There are 195 countries in the world today, with over 7 billion people and everyone is thriving in their own way existing and co-existing. And there's so much we don't know out there and so much to be experienced, Luckymoses gives you 6 weird facts about life in other countries;  #1.  In the Netherlands, school ends midway on Wednesdays for kids up to the age of 12.  #2. In South Korea, it is widely believed sleeping in a closed room with a running fan will kill you. #3. Nodding means "NO" in Bulgaria and shaking your head means "YES". #4. You have to pay for a license to watch television in Britain. #5. In Brazil, voting is mandatory as every vote counts. #6. Once a year in the U.S. 1million people come to Times square and they stand around for eight hours in the freezing weather, just to watch a ball slowly descend. What weird things happen in your country? Leave your answer in the comment section below  
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