TIL: Egypt is the oldest country in the world. It became a country c 6000 BCE by whatilearned November 30, 2021, 7:55 am Read more: https://www.oldest.org/geography/countries/ What do you think? 13 Points Upvote Downvote BCEcountryegyptOldestTILToday I learnedWorld See more Previous article I’m so smart I’ve read you through and through and I know all about you even though I’ve only talked to you online for a few days. [I’d usually reply to scammers with copypastas and this is so perfect I had to post it. Everything’s copied from the original source as it is.] Next article Terrence’s speech from Utopia 4 Comments Leave a Reply Ah, I’ll raise you one Iceland: the oldest, continuous government (930 AD). Log in to Reply Modern day Egypt has nearly nothing to do with ancient Egypt, from an ethnic and cultural standpoint they are completely different Log in to Reply Because a country existed in that area once we can hardly say they are the same country as today and give it the oldest title. Log in to Reply How is this news to anyone. This is literally Elementary School 6th grade in just about any mediocre School District in America. Log in to Reply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.