|Land Area||38,394 km2|
|Total Area||38,394km2 (#133)|
|Government Type||Constitutional Monarchy|
|GDP (PPP)||$6.43 Billion|
|GDP Per Capita||$8,100|
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- Animal: Druk, Takin
- Bird: Common Raven
- Coat of Arms:
- Coat of Arms: The emblem of Bhutan contains a double diamond-thunderbolt (dorje) centered, representing the harmony between secular and religious power. Two dragons stand on on either side, with a lotus flower (symbolizing purity) resting on the bottom and a jewel on top (expressing sovereign power).
- Flag of Bhutan
- Flower: Blue poppy
- Sport: Archery
- Tree: Bhutan Cypress
What Kind of Government Does Bhutan Have?
Since 18 July 2008, the Government of Bhutan has been a constitutional monarchy with the King being the Head of State and the Prime Minister heads the executive branch of the government.
What Type Of Government Does Bhutan Have?
What is the biggest city in Bhutan?
Thimpu is the Kingdom of Bhutan’s largest and capital city. Around 115,000 people live in the city.
Biggest Cities And Towns In Bhutan
What Languages are Spoken in Bhutan?
The Sino-Tibetan language of Dzongkha serves as the mother tongue of the Bhutanese people residing in eight western districts of the country. The language is used in government administration and as the medium of instruction in Bhutan’s schools. The language uses the Tibetan alphabet for writing.
Which Languages Are Spoken in Bhutan?
What are the Ecological Regions of Bhutan?
The ecological regions in Bhutan are divided into six Biomes including tropical and subtropical moist broadleaf forests, tropical and subtropical grasslands, savannas, and shrublands.
Ecological Regions Of Bhutan
Who Was the First Prime Minister of Bhutan?
Jigme Thinley was the first prime minister of Bhutan, holding office between 1998 and 1999.
Prime Ministers of Bhutan
What is the Largest National Park in Bhutan?
The Wangchuck Centennial Park is Bhutan’s largest national park and encompasses an area of 4,914 square km. Tibet lies to the north of the park while the tributaries of the Wong Chhu border it in the west. The Wangchuck Centennial Park was established on December 12, 2008, in the honor of the Wangchuck dynasty of the country. Several middle-Himalayan ecoregions ranging from blue pine forests at lower altitudes to alpine meadows at higher altitudes are found here.