I know that this topic was already debated several times. I searched in this site too before but I think this question is different.
Can I say, for example of course, " Canada beauty" instead of saying "canadian beauty" in case I want to emphasize the beauty of the country?
I know that I could say "beauty of Canada" but "Canada beauty" has two keywords and those are important when I want to buy a web domain, which should be easy to write, of course, and the preposition "of" doesn't help much.
So even if I know that "Canada" is a proper noun and I should use the adjective "canadian" in this case, I also think that if I want to emphasize the country I can use this proper noun as a pre-modifier of a noun, so i can buy a domain, for example, www.canadabeauty.net
That's what I think BUT I'm not sure.
Am I right?