Which is the world's longest-lasting country? i want to leart it...
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Egypt (3150-3500 B. C.) – The King Menes founded the first Egyptian kingdom starting the line of pharaoh dynasties that ruled the country for three thousand years.
India (3000 B. C) – The Indus Valley civilization is the first form of urban civilization in Asia.
Ethiopia (2500-3000 B. C) – The land of Punt was a close trading partner with Egypt many recordings dating back from 2500 B. C. containing references to the Ancient country.
China (2100–1600 B. C) – Xia Dynasty appears to be the first Chinese dynasty, but the archeological evidences are for now limited.
Iran (625-559 B. C.) – The Medes unified the tribes living in the Iran territory creating the empire that later will become the huge Persian Empire.
San Marino (301 AD) – The city-state was founded by Saint Marinus who settled near Monte Titano to escape Diocletianic Persecution.
France (486 AD) – The unification made by Clovis, the first French king, marks the beginning of the country that will later have a great influence in Europe .
Bulgaria (632 AD) – Asparukh founded the First Bulgarian Empire establishing the capital at Pliska.
Japan (660 AD) – Jimmu is considered the first emperor, the one that founded the Japanese nation, but his existence is under debate.
Turkey (900 AD) – during Seljuq dynasty the Turks migrated to the territory of the modern Turkey giving birth to what later would become the Ottoman Empire.0
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