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Europe

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Europe, the world's second-smallest continent by surface area, comprises of the westernmost peninsula of Eurasia, and shares 2% of the Earth's surface and about 6.8% of its land area. It is the third-most populous continent after Asia and Africa, having about 11% of the world's population.
No, there are about 51 countries in Europe.
Racial discrimination, xenophobia and intolerance have proved  particularly difficult to eliminate in Europe. The Roma, one of  Europe's oldest minorities, have endured a long history of  discrimination and disadvantage throughout Europe, which has only  recently begun to be acknowledged and...
This depends on the country to the north. South of the US is Mexico. South of France is Spain. South of Turkey are Syria and Iraq. South of Denmark is Germany.
World War 1 was a global war centered in Europe. It resulted in the  four major imperial powers (German, Russian, Austro-Hungarian, and  Ottoman) end of existence.
Europe is made up of several countries with their own national heroes. Europe is not a nation... it's a continent.
The United States of America is the world super power having the  highest advanced military in the World. It has the biggest economy  in the world, next to China, then Japan.
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The potato was first domesticated inthe region of modern-day southern Peru and extreme northwestern Bolivia [1] between 8000 and 5000 BCE.
Greece is more easterly on the continent. It could also beconsidered southern European.
Currently, most of Europe is facing economic problems, though signs are not as bad as previous years; it will improve.
There is no consistent agreement on what exactly the boundaries of the continent of Europe actually are, some countries are considered in Asia by some and in Europe by others. Eurasia encompasses this overlap.So technically never.
Opinion is divided and there are many advantages and disadvantages commonly listed by different groups. Some of the advantages include:- European Common Market - free trade within the European Union. Some argue that free trade in the EU can be achieved through the EFTA, but members of the EFTA must...
France's capital, Paris, is located inland and therefore has no border on any ocean or sea, but instead it is located on the Seine River. France itself borders both the Mediterranean Sea and the Atlantic Ocean.
The United Kingdom is such a country. It was once the largest empire the Earth has ever seen, and after the World Wars, it established an organization of all of its colonies at the time to keep close links; this is known as the British Commonwealth of Nations and lasts to this day, with a total of...
Because of physical isolation and international treaties. They also have different governments. Another is tourism and low taxes !
Mont Blanc is considered to be the tallest mountain in Europe. It  is located in the Alps of Italy and is 15,781 feet in elevation.
There are actually five countries located on the Iberian Peninsula. Portugal, Andorra, and Spain are the only countries located fully on the peninsula. France is partially located on the peninsula. The United Kingdom has a territory, Gibraltar, located on the tip of the peninsula.
There are 27 countries in the EU, soon to be 28 with the addition of Croatia in 2013: Austria Belgium BulgariaCyprus Czech RepublicDenmarkEstonia Finland France Germany Greece Hungary Ireland Italy Latvia Lithuania Luxembourg Netherlands Malta Poland Portugal Romania Slovakia ...
The country has to swear allegiance to Europe and agree to help it prosper and help other nations. Im not completely sure that the country has to be in Europe specifically.
  == Answer ==   provinces     In France, there are Régions and Départements.
  There were seven wonders in the ancient world....   * Great Pyramid of Giza  * Hanging Gardens of Babylon  * Statue of Zeus at Olympia  * Temple of Artemis at Ephesus  * Mausoleum of Maussollos at Halicarnassus  * Colossus of Rhodes  * Lighthouse of Alexandria  
Because they want the same things. There is no reason for an Irishman to fight with an Armenian over a plot of land in Norway. But when you live in close proximity to a group, all the wealth and land they have access to is all the wealth and land you have access to, so if they have it, you don't. It...
There are two European countries that existed 20 years ago, Czechoslovakia and Yugoslavia, which have since fragmented into eight countries. Czechoslovakia is now the Czech Republic and Slovakia, and Yugoslavia is now Serbia, Croatia, Montenegro, Slovenia, Bosnia-Herzegovina, and Macedonia.
  Larges parts of Scandinavia are low hills and lush greenery, but Norway offers higher altitude mountains with ski resorts.   Pictures and relief maps from Scandinavia are found here:   http://goscandinavia.about.com/od/scandinaviatripplanning/u/scandinavianmapsphotos.htm
it is in the south of Europe neer Spain
Poland, Norway, Finland, Sweden, Ireland, and Germany.
Germany, It's in Germany or around Germany. :)
The largest deposits are in the North Sea which belong to the UK and Netherlands. Russia also has very large deposits, but I'm not sure you would include it in Europe. Germany and Denmark have offshore deposits as well. Other countries include Italy, Austria, France, Poland, Hungary, Greece and...
The economic and technical assistance offered by the Marsall Plan was not accepted by the Soviets and it's satellites in Eastern Europe.
Europe is a continent. England is part of the island of Great Britain, which is an island off the north west coast of the continent of Europe and normally considered part of that continent.
There are many. Mountains, lakes, rivers, valleys, etc.
The only European powers that had colonies were Spain, Great Britain, Portugal, France, and the Netherlands. All other countries did not have colonies.
because it rains 2 of every 3 days
The Czech Republic is actually the most prosperous country in Eastern Europe.
You could call them Northern European, Germanic, or simply European. You may also call them by their nationality, such as Swedish, Norwegian, Finnish, etc. You could call them Scandinavian or Nordic. It can even go down to regional or city denominations, such as Teledøl or Stockholmare. You could...
Today, all Eastern European countries, with the exception of Belarus, are republics (representative democracies). Belarus is a dictatorship.
Portugal, Spain, and Andorra are located on the Iberian Peninsula, which also includes part of southern France and the territory of Gibraltar (UK).The Iberian Peninsula consists of Portugal, Spain, Andorra, and France. Spain Portugal Andorra France
Bosnia is not a communist country anymore and it's not a Socilalist  country anymore.Politics in Bosnia are very complicated to  understand for eople who are not Bosnians or generally  Ex-Yugoslavian countries.Bosnia is now simply democratic and  capitalist system.
Italy, Norway, Finland, Sweden, all Balkan countries (greets, Macedonia, Albania, Montenegro, Serbia, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Croatia, Bulgaria, Romania, Slovenia, part of Turkey) Denmark Spain, Portugal (both on Iberian Peninsula) Malaysia North Korea, South Korea
The population of Western Europe is about 415,000,000.
US dollars are called US dollars every. Different countries in Europe use different currencies. 17 countries use the Euro (symbol '€'), the rest use a currency that is specific to the country.
Germany played the biggest role to promote the outbreak of WWI. They chose to give full military support to Austria-Hungary when their archduke was assassinated by a member of "The Black Hand". The assassination of the archduke as the story goes was on his way to meet someone when the Black Hand had...
Norway, Finland and Sweden, though sometimes Denmark, Greenland and Iceland are also included.
Britain,France,Russia, and Spain all had claims on the North  American continent in 1783.
European Countries in 1914 (23):Albania, Belgium, France, Great Britain, Greece, Italy, Luxembourg, Montenegro, Romania, Russia, Serbia, Austria-Hungary, Bulgaria, German Empire, Ottoman Empire, Denmark, Iceland, Netherlands, Norway, Portugal, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland
They were people named Slav.
By area, France is the second largest country; if you include intregal parts not in Europe. If you only include parts in Europe, then the Ukraine is the 2nd largest by area.By population, Germany is the second largest (after Russia). If you do not include the European portion of Russia, then France...
The Niagara Peninsula is not a true peninsula. It is an isthmus, a narrow strip of land connecting two larger bodies of land. The Niagara River does not count as a body of water, thus the "peninsula" is only bordered by bodies of water on two sides, Lake Ontario and Lake Erie.
They did not have items such as chinesesilk,spices such as cinamon,tea,gold,beautiful clothing.
Russia: Population 141,950,000 . Germany: Population 82,210,000 For the source and more detailed information concerning your request, click on the related links section (Wikipedia) indicated directly below this answer section.
  im not sure but search google or www.clusty.com, they work good...i needed this answer for a project once
Non-members of EU . Albania . Andorra . Belarus . Bosnia-Herzegovina . Gibraltar (UK territory) . Guernsey . Iceland . Isle of Man (UK territory) . Jersey (UK territory) . Liechtenstein . Macedonia (Former Yugoslav Republic of) . Moldova . Monaco . Montenegro . Norway . Russia . San Marino ....
Subregions of Western Europe include the Iberian Peninsula, France (in addition with Monaco), Italy (in addition with San Marino, the Vatican, and Malta), the British Isles, the Lowlands, Scandinavia, West-Central Europe, and Greece.
Between Europe and Asia (dividing Eurasia ): along the Turkish Straits . The Turkish Straits are a series of internationally significantwaterways in northwestern Turkey. that connect the Aegian, theMediterranean to the Black Sea If we consider 3 seas, then theNames are Black Sea, Aegean Sea,...
They are by the Baltic Sea.
The Danube River, Europe'ssecond-longest river, empties into the Black Sea. The DniesterRiver discharges into the Black Sea in Ukraine. The Dnieper Riverflows through Russia, Belarus and Ukraine to the Black Sea.
There are many impartial and accurate sources from which you can draw information for your assignment. The UK's Janes Intelligence Review and Janes Defense Weekly provide both strategic and tactical information, al-Jazeera's reporting is first rate (with their reporters often being arrested and...
Portugal always has been part of Europe even though the Moorish occupation of the Iberian Peninsula, 711-1492, may be said to have placed Portugal and Spain under Muslim control and influences from Islam dominated Africa and Asia.
What happened was that samuel de champlain was born i think and he discovered the inner parts of the st. lawrence river
The closest answer I can find is beret. The Northern Spanish do have a ridiculously large number of woollen hats though. The Catalan version is like a gnome's hat, but they somehow make it look cool!
This is correct. However the Cold War and World War 2 are long over and the Eastern Bloc Nations are no longer under Communist Rule of the Soviet Union.
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Russia is the largest country in Europe.
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some famous rivers can be found on this site: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_rivers#europe
I do not know for sure, but the Iberian Peninsula was settled by the Iberians, in which it how it got it's name.
there is only one McDonalds in Bosnia. It opened in July this year
The countries which had been seized by the USSR are called the Eastern Bloc.
FIVE countries surround Romania: Ukraine, Moldova, Hungary, Serbia  and Bulgaria. Romania has the Black Sea on it's east coast.
There seems to have been a deep-seated yearning for a 'strong man', a loathing of democratic politicians (parliamentarians) and an utter horror of Bolshevism.