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Lesotho

Lesotho is a landlocked country and enclave in Africa. It is completely surrounded by South Africa. Its capital and largest city is Maseru. Lesotho is a member of the Commonwealth of Nations after being granted independence from the UK on October 4, 1966.
Sometimes but it had wars.
The average yearly income per household in Lesotho in US dollars is approximately $3,120 according to this website:http://www.success-and-culture.net/articles/percapitaincome.shtml
how many countries can one enter with lesotho passport without visa
The british did.
Maseru is an insect that was found popularly at the place currently known as Maseru in Lesotho. Since the insects were found only at that area, the place was then named Maseru.
yes it can because it was part of their culture as it is still practised in neighbouring countries like South Africa and Swaziland
They wear masks, and most if them wear blankets wrapped around them.
cereal, they eat it on a daily bases.
Chief Moshoeshoe II of Lesotho was born on May 2, 1938.
Chief Moshoeshoe II of Lesotho was born on May 2, 1938.
Nation sports day is the day of sports nationally speaking.
Lesotho is in Africa. It is a landlocked country in South Africa.
The Black Rhinoceros is the national animal of Lesotho.
South Africa. It has no access to any ocean or sea
  90% of the cars are painted white.
All of Lesotho has warm climates.
Blue represents rain, white represents peace, and green represents prosperity. The black Basotho hat represents the indigenous people.
24.14 (births per 1000 persons)...
water coming from the Maluti and Drakensberg
Lesotho was colonized as Basutoland 11 March 1870 until 4 October  1966.
South Africa does not want to annex Lesotho. It is Lesotho that wants to be annexed. There are many reasons why: a poor economy, high HIV/AIDS rate and completely being surrounded by SA.
he used to sell animal skins
Lesotho sent 24 athletes to the 2010 Commonwealth Games.
my name is lehlohonolo leonard setlolela peete born 1982/12/26 from  bela bela lesotho thaba kueneng
Is Lesotho a visa free country to Europe countries
yes you can but it is very difficult
Lesotho is a tiny mountainous kingdom that is completely surrounded (landlocked) by South Africa. The country's natural borders are the Drakensburg and Maluti Mountains.
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Citizens of Lesotho require a visa.
King Letsie III is the King of Lesotho and Queen 'Masenate (Ms Karabo) is the queen of Lesotho.
No. There are others, like San Marino and the Vatican, both being  completely surrounded by Italy.
I'm also travelling with a temp passport, according to the  officials at the border post I can use it as long as it is the  black one that's valid for a year
Yes, much of South Africa's water comes from the snowcapped peaks from the mountainous kingdom of Lesotho :)
South Africa is the only country that borders Lesotho. It  completely surrounds it.
 Lesotho's population density is 68.1 persons per square  kilometer. 
Rice, corn, cabbage, pumpkins, sorghum, beans, and other vegetables and grains.
They are their own countries with traditional monarchies and have no desire to be a part of South Africa.
When the country of Lesotho was a British colony, English was the official language, and to this day, English is still used in schools that are attended by the country's elite. But the majority of the citizens speak either Sesotho or Xhosa, although most are exposed to English, and they do learn it...
Bethuel Pakalitha Mosisili was the Prime Minister of Lesotho in 2011. He also concurrently held the position of Minister of Defense. Mosisili became the Prime Minister of Lesotho on 1998 May 29 serving until 2012 June 8. He previously held other cabinet positions including the positions of Minister...
Bethuel Pakalitha Mosisili was the Prime Minister of Lesotho in 2010. He also currently holds the position of Minister of Defense. Mosisili became the Prime Minister of Lesotho on 1998 May 29. He previously held other cabinet positions including the positions of Minister of Education, Minister of...
Bethuel Pakalitha Mosisili was the Prime Minister of Lesotho in 2009. He also currently holds the position of Minister of Defense. Mosisili became the Prime Minister of Lesotho on 1998 May 29. He previously held other cabinet positions including the positions of Minister of Education, Minister of...
Bethuel Pakalitha Mosisili was the Prime Minister of Lesotho in 2008. He also currently holds the position of Minister of Defense. Mosisili became the Prime Minister of Lesotho on 1998 May 29. He previously held other cabinet positions including the positions of Minister of Education, Minister of...
Bethuel Pakalitha Mosisili was the Prime Minister of Lesotho in 2007. He also currently holds the position of Minister of Defense. Mosisili became the Prime Minister of Lesotho on 1998 May 29. He previously held other cabinet positions including the positions of Minister of Education, Minister of...
Bethuel Pakalitha Mosisili was the Prime Minister of Lesotho in 2006. He also currently holds the position of Minister of Defense. Mosisili became the Prime Minister of Lesotho on 1998 May 29. He previously held other cabinet positions including the positions of Minister of Education, Minister of...
Bethuel Pakalitha Mosisili was the Prime Minister of Lesotho in 2005. He also currently holds the position of Minister of Defense. Mosisili became the Prime Minister of Lesotho on 1998 May 29. He previously held other cabinet positions including the positions of Minister of Education, Minister of...
Bethuel Pakalitha Mosisili was the Prime Minister of Lesotho in 2004. He also currently holds the position of Minister of Defense. Mosisili became the Prime Minister of Lesotho on 1998 May 29. He previously held other cabinet positions including the positions of Minister of Education, Minister of...
Bethuel Pakalitha Mosisili was the Prime Minister of Lesotho in 2003. He also currently holds the position of Minister of Defense. Mosisili became the Prime Minister of Lesotho on 1998 May 29. He previously held other cabinet positions including the positions of Minister of Education, Minister of...
Bethuel Pakalitha Mosisili was the Prime Minister of Lesotho in 2002. He also currently holds the position of Minister of Defense. Mosisili became the Prime Minister of Lesotho on 1998 May 29. He previously held other cabinet positions including the positions of Minister of Education, Minister of...
Bethuel Pakalitha Mosisili was the Prime Minister of Lesotho in 2001. He also currently holds the position of Minister of Defense. Mosisili became the Prime Minister of Lesotho on 1998 May 29. He previously held other cabinet positions including the positions of Minister of Education, Minister of...
Bethuel Pakalitha Mosisili was the Prime Minister of Lesotho in 2000. He also currently holds the position of Minister of Defense. Mosisili became the Prime Minister of Lesotho on 1998 May 29. He previously held other cabinet positions including the positions of Minister of Education, Minister of...
Bethuel Pakalitha Mosisili was the Prime Minister of Lesotho in 1999. He also currently holds the position of Minister of Defense. Mosisili became the Prime Minister of Lesotho on 1998 May 29. He previously held other cabinet positions including the positions of Minister of Education, Minister of...
Paramount Chief Moshoeshoe II of Lesotho was born on May 2, 1938.
Paramount Chief Moshoeshoe II of Lesotho was born on May 2, 1938.
Paramount Chief Moshoeshoe II of Lesotho was born on May 2, 1938 and died on January 15, 1996. Paramount Chief Moshoeshoe II of Lesotho would have been 57 years old at the time of death or 77 years old today.
Paramount Chief Moshoeshoe II of Lesotho died on January 15, 1996 at the age of 57.
Paramount Chief Moshoeshoe II of Lesotho died on January 15, 1996 at the age of 57.
All three countries are completely surrounded by another country
Lesotho and Swaziland are both small, landlocked countries entirely surrounded by South Africa. They are both monarchies and are very traditional and indigeous.
No. In fact, male homosexual activity is illegal in Lesotho, despite the fact that same-sex marriage has been legalized in South Africa, a country which completely envelopes Lesotho geographically.
The capital city of the Kingdom of Lesotho is Maseru. Lesotho - is a landlocked country in South Africa. It's capital is Maseru.Maseru
 Lesotho's population density is 68.1 per square kilometer. 
it is a principal manarchy
because they probably wanted to get more money by mining diamond and gold
Lesotho has a Parliamentary System and a Constitutional Monarchy, the current ruler is King Letsie III who rules in a presidential style. His Prime Minister is Bethuel Pakalitha Mosisili of the LCD (Lesotho Congress for Democracy) party.
You may be able to make free calls to the UK using a VoIP service,but in general you will have to pay for calls to the UK from alandline or mobile phone. You may be able to call a UK domestictoll-free number from Lesotho by dialing it as if it were anordinary geographic number in the UK: replace the...
There is no volcanoes. There are beautiful waterfalls such as Semonkong falls.
It is small and mainly rural
No, it is not completely encircled by South America. Lesotho is a  country in the continent of Africa, and is completely surrounded by  the country called South Africa.