What is the difference between western europe and Russia religion?
Western Europe is mostly Catholic while Russia is Orthodox.
Some differences between Russia and western Europe are that Russia is more Orthodox Christian and western Europe is more into Catholic religion. Russia has communism, but western Europe has democratic government. Other differences are that Russia has a strong military and loads of military weapons, but western Europe has none or less.
One major difference between Russia and Western Europe is that Russia was communist. Another difference is that Russia was part of the Iron Pact, while most of Western Europe was part of N.A.T.O. Western European nations were also able to maintain democracy, while Russia ultimately collapsed and had to adopt a free market system.
It is a form of Christianity known as the Russian Orthodox Church. It is a conservative religion that is not part of the Roman Communion; it is not under the authority of the Bishop of Rome. Russian Orthodoxy is an important religion in Russia, but it is not the official religion of Russia. There is no official connection between Orthodoxy and the Russian government as there was prior to the revolution. During the height of…
Western Europe is one of the most technologically advanced areas in the world, right next to the US and Japan. Russia is not as technologically advanced. Most of this is due to the Industrial Revolution. This spread from Europe to the US and Canada, but did not reach Eastern Europe. So Eastern Europe sort of has a delayed reaction to industrialization.
The division between Eastern and Western hemispheres is usually accepted as the 0 and 180 degrees lines of longitude, running through Greenwich (London) and between Russia and Alaska. This makes a small part of Europe and Africa in the Western hemisphere, and half of Antarctica. A tiny bit of Asia (part of Russia) is in the Western hemisphere too.