Countries - Countries, Languages & Continents data (capital and currency, native name, calling codes)

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Continents & countries: ISO 3166-1 alpha-2 code, name, ISO 639-1 languages, capital and currency, native name, calling codes. Lists are available in JSON, CSV and SQL formats. Also, contains separate JSON files with additional country Emoji flags data. This version changes a lot in the data structures, and placement of the files. So, if your projects depend on the old structure — specify previous versions, <2.0.0.

http://annexare.github.io/Countries/
https://github.com/annexare/Countries

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