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Europe is situated in northen hemisphere and is near to the North pole. So it is the coldest place in europe.

When you consider that Europe is in Europe (for the same reason that China is in China) it's obviously going to be the coldest, driest, hottest, wettest and all at the same time.
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Where is Europe?

Answer . . . Europe is not an island nor a country but a continent which is located Eastward from the U.S. is divided by the North Atlantic ocean. Asia is to it's East. Europe comprises the westernmost peninsula of Eurasia. Countries such as Germany, France, Poland, Switzerland and Luxembourg are some of the countries that make up Europe.. Europe is a large peninsula on the western end of the Eurasian continent, and is located directly north of the African continent, separated from Africa by the Mediterranean Sea. Its eastern limit is the Caucuses mountains. Britain and Ireland are considered part of Europe, as are other adjacent small islands such as parts of Fenno-scandia. It is also located right next to Asia it is one of the biggest continents in the world where is Europe located?

Is Egypt or Europe a better place to visit?

surely Egypt .if you are a history fan.Egypt is hot and you will feel some discomfort,but also fun.if you want to wiev the modern technology then Europe is good then Egypt .it is your choice.i would have gone to Egypt.

Did the Holocaust not happen in some places of Europe?

Answer . Some countries were neutral (for example, Sweden) and some were fighting more or less successfully against Germany (like Britain). In these countries Jews were safe.. A few countries that were allied to Germany refused to hand over Jews - for example, Bulgaria (after initial hesitation) and Finland. Italy, before it was occupied by the Nazis in 1943, aslo refused to hand over Jews. Until 1944 Hungary generally refused, too.. Some allies of Nazi Germany participated very actively and some even organized their own Holocausts - for exampe, Croatia and Romania..

How many places in Europe did Nazis have by 1940?

By 1940, the Nazis held most of Western Europe and a large part of Eastern Europe - Germany, Austria, Czechoslovakia, Poland, Denmark, Norway, Holland, Belgium, Luxembourg and France and large parts of the Balkans. They also had Greece and the northern countries of Africa.

Which is the coldest country in Europe?

My guess for the coldest place in Europe if you are to include Russia west of the Ural mountains would be anywhere in its wilderness in the north heading towards Murmansk and the Kola Peninsula. If we are not including Russia then My guess is probably Finland in its interior or Sweden. On the whole Sweden and Finland are colder than Norway at sea level but there are some high altitude zones in eastern Norway that are exceptionally cold in winter, particularly the Hardangervidda plateau and the Finnsmarvidda in the far north. For me anywhere that you travel from the Finnsmarkvidda in northern Norway eastwards towards Kiruna in arctic Sweden is certainly cold enough in winter, I know because I have been there

Coldest place in Europe?

The lowest temperature ever measured in Europe was -67 Fahrenheitin Ust'Shchugor, Russia. Russia is one of the coldest countries inEurope.

Top 10 coldest countries In Europe?

1russia 2finland 3.norway 4.iceland 5switzerland 6Ireland 7austria 8sweden 9hungary 10germany *This cannot be accurate. Scotland is further north than Ireland and has colder temperatures in the winter. Ireland is usually warmer than Scotland in the summer as well.

Where are the best places to live in Europe?

If you like ghosts live in England, If youi like rivers and streams live in Italy. If you like tall churches and marbal buildings live in spain, If you like skiing and cholate live in Sweeden or Switzerland. If you like tall castles live in Scottland

What is the top 10 wettest place in Europe?

Crkvice is a village (42.34N 18.38E) on Orjen mountain in Montenegro and is the wettest place in Europe. The average annual precipitation for the period 1931-1960 was 4927 mm (l/m²) and for 1961-1990 4631 mm. The highest amounts per year surpass 7000 mm with an all time historic high at 8036 mm (1937).

What is the wettest place in Europe?

Bergen is the wettest, rainiest city in Europe. Bergen is locatedin Norway and records amounts of rainfall in excess of 4.6 metersof rainfall a year.

What is the coldest place in Europe?

Ust-Shchugor, Russia is the coldest place in Europe. Ust-Shchugorhas the record for the lowest temperature ever recorded in Europeat -72.6 degrees Fahrenheit.

When did witch hunts take place in Europe?

Witch hunts in European civilization fall into the dates of 1563 to 1693. Witchcraft was illegal in some countries of Europe from ancient times. Interestingly, in some medieval countries, such as the Kingdom of Lombardy and the Carolingian Empire, witchcraft was legally classed as a superstition, so executing a person as a witch was murder; nevertheless, it must have happened, because there was a standard punishment for burning an accused witch - it was a capital offense. The first papal authorization of inquisition for witchcraft appears to have been given in 1320. The witch trials were rather few and far between after that for some time. A papal bull authorizing inquisitors to create a system for the persecution of witches appeared in 1484, and this resulted in the publication of a manual called Malleus Maleficarum , in 1487. This began the great witch persecutions in Europe. The first large scale persecution of witches in Europe, in which which 63 people were burned to death, happened in Wiesensteig in, southwestern Germany, and is recorded in a pamphlet of 1563, called "True and Horrifying Deeds of 63 Witches." Prosecutions of witches ended between about 1690 and 1730 in different parts of Europe. In English areas of Europe and North America, the last actual witch hunt (as opposed to prosecution of an individual) happened with the Salem Witch trials in Massachusetts in 1693. There were trials of individuals for witchcraft in various parts of Europe for nearly another hundred years. It should be noted that the first large scale medieval witch hunt happened over 100 years after the date most historians use for the end of the Middle Ages. Please use the links below for more information.

Where in Europe did feudalism take place?

If we take the widest view of the definition of feudalism, then we could say it was pretty much general for Western Europe for most of the Middle Ages after the seventh century or so. If we take the narrow view, that feudalism was a hierarchical system designed to provide quick action in large countries where a weak central government could not respond quickly, then feudalism existed in France and the Holy Roman Empire after the division of the Carolingian Empire, and in England briefly after the Norman Conquest.

Where is the most poulated place in Europe?

By country, Russia leads with a population of 142,905,000; Germany is second with 81,757,000 people. The European city with the highest population is London with a population of 7,825,000; Berlin comes in second with 3,440,000.

Sunniest place in Europe?

This depends upon how you define a sunny day - if you qualify days that have 75% cloud cover, or sunny days with an overcast feel due to heat haze, or wintery sunny day with a dull hue in the air, then Eastern Mediterranean islands like Rhodes and Cyprus have the highest figure. In terms of true sunshine, however, the story is different - the most sunshine amount, consistently for over 300 days, appears in the Ardeche region of France. Meanwhile, even Almeria in Spain receives more true sunshine than Rhodes. There is a further problem; people forget that during summer and times of most sunshine, length of daylight hours contribute to the equation. As such, places like St Andrews in Scotland - hence Leuchas RAF base located in max sunshine hours in UK - have much longer lengths of daylight and sunshine than places in the Med. A sunny day in the Ardeche can thus feel twice as sunny as anywhere as anywhere like Cyprus on any given day - due to the amount of sunshine reaching the ground and the extra hours of sunshine received due to day length. Don't be fooled by this phenomenon - even a person who repeatedly spends 6 summer months in Cornwall and then 6mths in Perth every year will receive twice the sunshine amount of a perosn living permanently in Rhodes or Cyprus.

A place in Europe that starts with c?

Croatia, Cyprus and Czech Republicare countries in Europe. Copenhagen, Denmark; Cologne, Germany;Coventry, England; and Czestochowa, Poland are cities in Europe.Caldew is a river in the United Kingdom.

What are Places in Europe that start with R?

Radom, Poland; Randers, Denmark; Ravenna, Italy; Regensburg, Germany; Remscheid, Germany; Rennes, France; Rezina, Moldova; Rheinfelden, Switzerland; Rhodes, Greece; Riga, Latvia; Rio Tinto, Portugal; Risor, Norway; Roeselare, Belgium; Rome, Italy and Rotterdam, Netherlands are cities in Europe. They begin with the letter R.

Where is the best place to live in Europe?

That is a matter of opinion. Some people prefer colder climates while others prefer warmer ones. Or some prefer to live ocean side while others inland. There is no such thing as the best place to live, anywhere.

Best place to live in Europe?

Honestly the best place to live in Europe is in France. The food is very delicious, the people, contrary to popular belief, are very helpful and willing to answer all your questions, and is filled with many beautiful and historic sites. France is the home of culture and class. And plus, French is not that hard to learn!

What is the most visited place in europe?

Overall, the most visited country of Europe, and the world, is France with an annual number of tourists averaging about 77 million. Overall, the most visited city in Europe, and the world, is Paris with an annual number of tourists averaging about 15 million.

What is a place in Europe where little people are?

There is no country in Europe that one could say that it's inhabited with little (if you meant that their average height is low) people.\n. \nThere is a specific tribe of people living in central parts of Africa, and they are called Pygmies. Their average height is unusually low.\n. \nhttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pygmies\n. \nBut in Europe, no there are no nations and countries with "little" people.

Why were towns in medieval Europe dangerous places?

Towns in medieval Europe were dangerous places because they were noisy, crowded, and often unsafe. Pickpockets and theives would always be on the lookout for travelers with money in their pockets. Towns didn't have streetlights, so night watchmen patrolled the streets with candle lanterns to deter (discourage) criminals. -Carol

What place in Europe begins with K?

Kiev, Kosovo, Kacanik, Kosove, Kuliga, Kraslava. Kerry, Ireland Kilmarnoch, Scotland Kirkconnel, Scotland Kirkintilloch, Scotland Kingston, London Kent, South east England Kensington, London Kennington, London Knightsbridge, London Kingston, Massachusetts Kingston, Rhode Island Kilamanjaro (Kilimanjaro) .

Lowest place in Europe?

The Caspian Shore is the lowest point on the continent of Europe. It is about -28 metres (-92 feet), and is located in Russia. It is not too far from the continents highest point, Mount Elbrus, which is located in the Caucus Mountains in Russia as well.

What are the coldest cities list in Europe?

Here is the order of the coldest cities in Europe: 1. Helsinki- Finland 2. Stockholm- Sweden 3. Oslo- Norway 4. Copenhagen-Denmark 5. Munich- Germany 6. Prague- Czech Republic 7. Berlin- Germany 8. Zurich- Switzerland 9. Amsterdam- Netherlands 10. Dublin- Ireland

What can you do when you get to Europe?

That is a question that is impossible to answer because there are so many things you could do in Europe. There are many places to go, things to see, food to eat, experiences to have, people to meet, culture to see, music to hear and so on. The best is to go and enjoy it and have fun.

Why did USSR place a hold on eastern Europe?

At the end of World War II, the Allies fought the Germans on two fronts. The Coalition of forces lead by the United States from the West, and The Russians from the East. They met in Berlin in defeat of Nazi Germany, thus ending the war in Europe. With most of Europe in ruins, it was inevitable that both the United States and Russia reposition their stance to rebuild the ravaged continent. Russians were fearful of future attacks from Europe so it was agreed they would govern the countries in Eastern Europe, assist in their rebuilding, and establish communistic governments that would align with them thus creating a buffer zone. Germany itself represented this boundary, with the United States taking West Germany, and the Russians East Germany. These events directly lead to the cold war boundary represented by the Berlin Wall dividing not only people but the ideology of Communism and Democracy.

What places in Europe speak french?

France (of course!) Belgium, Luxembourg, Switzerland, Monaco. The border areas around these countries will also have large communities who speak French. Also, Spanish and Italian have related historical roots to French (similar pronounciation, vocabulary, grammar rules, etc), and so simpler French sentences/ words/ phrases can sometimes be understood by people who speak these languages even if they do not speak French.

Why is Europe not a good place to live?

Europe is a good place to live! Different people think different and for some it might not be good or might be great! Some nice places to live in are: Spain Belgium Norway Austria Italy Bulgaria and Russia! Some areas not to live in are: France****** Germany** Iceland* England **** and Portugal **** (Everything here is in my STRONG opinion!)

Is England the wettest place in Europe?

No! Not even close, in fact eastern England, especially East Anglia is amongst the DRIEST places in Europe. Both Scotland and Wales are considerably wetter, and rarely suffer "hose pipe bans"!

Where is a good place to rent a car in Europe?

"Car rental agencies in Europe vary their rates from country to country, so there really is no one good place to be recommended. Sometimes a travel agency can find a good rate for you. It is wise to do some research and compose a list of companies to call to find the best rates."

What continent is named after a place in Europe?

No continent is named after a place in Europe. There are, however, countries, cities, states, etc. named after places or people from Europe. New York has had several names originating in Europe. It was first called New Netherland, then New Amsterdam, then New York after the Duke of York, then New Orange after the Dutch Prince of Orange, and finally, and permanently, New York again. See the first Related Link. Virginia is named for England's Elizabeth I, the Virgin Queen. The area of the US originally called Carolina (included North and South Carolina and Georgia) was named for Charles I of England. Supposedly Venezuela was named "Venezuela - little Venice" when Spanish sailors saw a native village built on pilings in Lake Maracaibo in 1499. See the second Related Link. Search for the place names mentioned.