How were the Maldives formed?
The Maldives are an archipelago made up of coral islands. They were formed by the gradual build up of coral.
Maldives= Mal-Deves Xank says: Maldives= Mall-Divs. I am from Maldives so I know it best. Read More
Atolls are formed first as a reef that fringes a volcanic island. The two largest atolls are Suvadiva in the Maldives Island and Kwajalein in the Marshall Islands. Read More
Maldives Islands lie scattered across the equator to the South West of Sri Lanka. Formed over the 2000 kms Laccadives - Chagos ridge, the Maldivian islands stretch from the North to South for over 820 kms and from East to West for over 120 kms. In total Maldives covers an area of approximately 90,000km2. Only 1% of this is land with the rest being water. The Maldives lie just north of the equator in the… Read More
The Kurumba Maldives resort is located on the island nation of Maldives. Maldives is located in the Indian Ocean and is directly south of the country of India. Kurumba Maldives is conveniently located just 10 minutes by speedboat from Maldives only international airport. Read More
The correct place would be the Maldives. Maldeep is another word for Maldives. There is not a prime minister in the Maldives. The current president of the Maldives is Abdulla Yameen. Read More
There is a Republic in maldives presently . Read More
The population of Maldives is about 306,000 people. Read More
India and Srilanka is the nearest to Maldives Read More
Nasiruddine of the Maldives died in 1411. Read More
The monetary unit of the Maldives is the rufiyaa. Read More
The currency of the Maldives is the Maldivian Rufiyaa. Read More