The Lovely Planet has enormous human population full of biological variations and races. These variations include traits such as skin color, eye color, hair color and texture, height and built, and cranial features varying clinally across the globe. In this series naming Women of the Lovely Planet, we hereby present before you a collection of the women portraits from different parts of the world. This is the part 1 of the series.
1- An Afghani Woman in Kabul – Afghanistan
An Afghani Woman: Image by Martien Van Asseldonk (Location : Kabul)
2- An Australian Lady in Leiden, Australia
An Australian Lady in Leiden, Australia ( Photo: Ricardo Liberato )
3- A Pretty Austrian Girl ( Austria )
A Pretty Austrian Girl ( Image by Noiseroute )
4- A Girl from Bangladesh
A Girl from Bangladesh ( Image by David Lazar )
5- A Glorious lady of Belarus
A Glorious lady of Belarus in Kchowa (Image: Jenya Korn )
6- A Kenyan Woman ( Location:Kenya )
A Kenyan Woman (Image: Bioversity International) Location:Kenya
7- A women from Bosnia and Herzegovina
A women from Bosnia and Herzegovina ( Photo: Soroptimist International )
8- A Beautiful British Lady in London
A Beautiful British Lady in London (Photo by Damian De La Ferra)
9- A Danish Girl in Denmark
A Danish Girl in Denmark ( By: Bentborn )
10- The Maltese Girl ( Malta )
The Maltese Girl (Malta) By: FotoBlu
11- A cute Chilean Lady from Chile
A cute Chilean Lady ( Matt.JP's Image captured in La Habana )
12- A Chinese woman in Kunming, China
A Chinese woman in Kunming, China (Dave Stamboulis Image)
13- A Croatian woman in her traditional dress
A Croatian woman in her traditional dress ( Image: angusforbes )
14- A portrait of a Cuban lady – Cuba
A portrait of a Cuban lady (By: Romtomtom)
15- A beautiful girl of Cyprus
A beautiful girl of Cyprus ( Image: Istanbul mike )
16- An exotic image of a girl of Finland
An exotic image of a girl of Finland (Som Sol' flickr)
17- An awesome French girl ( France )
An awesome French girl (Photo: markfoster999)
18- A Lady from Germany
A Lady from Germany ( Photo: Eddy Van 3000 )
19- A girl in the traditional Guatemalan dress – Guatemala
A girl in the traditional Guatemalan dress ( Image by Rafael Magallanes Quintanar )
20- From Haa Valley in Bhutan: A Bhutanese Lady
From Haa Valley in Bhutan, A Bhutanese Lady (Photo:rpb1001)
21- A Hungarian girl in traditional dress – Hungary
A Hungarian girl in traditional dress ( Image by Tibor Aknay )
22- A gorgeous Indian girl in the traditional clothing – India
A gorgeous Indian girl ( Image by Joe Routon )
23- An Indonesian woman (Image by Alex Saurel)
An Indonesian woman (Image by Alex Saurel)
24- A woman of Iran
A woman of Iran (Image: Aria Mehr)
25- An Israeli Woman- Israel
An Israeli Woman ( Image :Marisa Ross )
26- A Jamaican woman ( Jamaica )
A Jamaican woman ( Jamaica ) Image: Kevin Williams
27- A Japanese Girl (Japan)
A Japanese Girl (Japan) - Image: Andrew Murray
28- A girl of Jordan
A girl of Jordan ( Image: Joao Lucio Azevedo Filho )
29- A Kazakh lady in her cultural dress (Kazakhstan)
A Kazakh lady in her cultural dress (Kazakhstan- Image by Jonathan Newell)
30- A Latvian woman in her traditional dress- Latvia
A Latvian woman in her traditional dress (Image: Gatis Staprens)
31- A Lebanese woman ( Lebanon )
A woman from Lebanon (IPS Inter Press Service's Image)
32- A girl from Liberia
A girl from Liberia ( Photo: Bob Richards )
33- A Libyan woman in her traditional dress- Ghadamis , Libya
A Libyan woman in her traditional dress- Ghadamis ( Image: Eric Lafforgue )
34- A Lithuanian girl in traditional dress- Lithuania
A Lithuanian girl in traditional dress (By: Londonietis)
35- A Malaysian lady in her traditional clothing – Malaysia
A Malaysian lady in her traditional clothing ( Image : Mohd Mustakhim Noor Rehan )
36- A Moroccon woman – Morocco
A Moroccon woman ( Image: Jack Wickes )
37- A Burmese girl – Myanmar
A Burmese girl - Myanmar ( Image: Diane Wolkstein )
38- A Namibian girl of Himba Tribe – NAMIBIA
A Namibian girl of HIMBA TRIBE - NAMIBIA ( Image by Eric Lafforgue )
39- A young Tonag girl, near Binga, Zimbabwe
A young Tonag girl, near Binga, Zimbabwe
40- An indigenous Nepalese girl from Nepal
An indigenous Nepalese girl ( Image by Tim Webster )
In the blue waters of the Mediterranean Sea, a wonderful island country exists. We are talking about Malta which is officially known as the Malta Republic. The island is world famous for its unique production of honey. So, people also call it as “ land of honey “.
Malta is considered as one of the smallest states on the planetearth. The total area of the Malta Republic is only 316 km2 (122 sq mi) in land area.
The Maltese Folk
Malta is also one of the mostdensely populated countries worldwide. The national languages of Malta are English and Maltese. The total length of the coastline is almost of 140 Km.
St. Johns Co Cathedral, Valletta ( Malta )
Malta has the mild Mediterranean climate. The winters are rainy and the summers are hot and dry. The terrain consists mostly low and rocky conditions. The natural resources of the Malta Republic include limestone and salt reserves and arable lands.
The capital of Malta is Valletta and the country owes the Parliamentary democracy system. The Legal system of Malta is based on English Common Law and Roman Civil Law.
Beautiful view of the island city of Malta
The currency of Malta is called Maltese Lira and the Maltese people celebrate their independence day on the 21st September every year. The largest religion of Malta is Roman Catholic.
The artisan market of Malta
The Maltese people are mostly the descendant of the ancient Carthaginians and Phoenicians. The influence of the Mediterranean and the Italian stock can also be observed in the people of Malta.
The cliff jumping from a fabulous Maltese beach
The Maltese economy is also mostly dependent upon the tourism industry. Malta is a popular tourist destination, with 1.2 million tourists every year. Three times more tourists visit than there are residents. Malta is also one of the world’s financial centers.
Traditional wedding of Malta
The cultural study of the Malta republic suggests that the culture of Malta reflects the predominance of the islanders and the Mediterranean people. Overall the culture of Malta is “rich pattern of traditions, beliefs and practices as an outcome of long process of adaptation, assimilation and cross fertilization of beliefs.
Malta - Gozo " The Blue Hole " Photo : Danilopace
The Government of Malta has provided the compulsory and free Education between the ages of 5 and 16 years to their people. Similarly, Malta has both a public healthcare system, known as the government healthcare service, where healthcare is free at the point of delivery, and a private healthcare system.
Malta, the land of honey has no big fresh water reservoirs in the country. Geographically, Malta is an archipelago in the central Mediterranean.