This Group Is Dedicated To Things That Only Happen In Europe, Here Are 50 Of The Most Interesting Ones
Picture 746 million people living in 50 (+6) countries, speaking 24 (official) languages in a continent that stretches 3,930,000 sq mi. Yep, we’re talking Europe. The precious land of long history, incredible culture, countless destinations, and people, the majority of whom are bilinguals.
But in order to really get the European lifestyle and all the quirks that come with it, you have to step outside the tourist comfort zone. Luckily, there’s a whole subreddit dedicated entirely to all things European, so we can get a better glimpse of the sung “old world.”
With a whopping 2.9M members, r/Europe has a collection of some of the most interesting things that happen here. Be sure to upvote your favorite posts!
A Bridge For Wildlife To Cross The Road In Veluwe, The Netherlands
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Medieval House Built In 1509 In Argentan, Orne, France
It’s one thing to see the old European countries, their tiny streets and delicious movies on a TV screen, and another if you actually spend some more time there. It takes time to uncover any country, and we are speaking 50 (6+) crammed in one continent!
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One family of five who call themselves ‘wanderlusters' have been travelling the whole world as they are focused on adventure and travel to all of their bucket list destinations. “We are a family of five, Jolene (Mum), Andrzej (Dad), Katie-Lee, Lily Anabella and Avalee-Rose (our three daughters),” they told us. The family shares their journeys on their Wanderlust Storytellers blog that brings enthusiasm and excitement back to family-focused travel.
With so much hands-on experience and knowledge of various cultures, Bored Panda reached out to them to share their impressions of Europe and how it differs from all the other corners of the world they’ve visited. “Europe is a world in itself, full of culture, music and friendly people,” they said and added that “It is filled to the brim with history, delicious food, fascinating architecture and extraordinary sight-seeing.”
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Moreover, what’s unique about the old continent is that “Europe is a destination where one can travel through a number of countries in one day, speak and listen to all different languages, immerse in tons of attractions and get to experience the local way of life with ease.”
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Wanderluster dad Andrzej Ejmont said that what he loves about Europe the most “is the ability to take a number of amazing road trips, eat a vast variety of food, get to meet and become one of the locals, and that all of the European countries are within a skip and a hop.”
The True Heroes Of Greece At This Moment. Firefighters Sleep Exhausted After An Intense Night Fighting The Biggest Wildfire Of Attica In Decades
Merkel Calling Out Bulgarian Prime Minister Boyko Borisov For Wearing Mask Wrong
The Netherlands Looks Like An Old Master’s Painting This Weekend
If you’re thinking of traveling Europe, Andrzej recommends checking it out by car. “This way you are in charge of your itinerary and you can venture out to see the 'back streets' of each country and at your own pace,” he said. Moreover, “The beauty of Europe can be found in some of the most unexpected places. And then you can truly be amazed,” he concluded.
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The Statue Of Jakub Wejher, The Founder Of A Polish Town Wejherowo, Looks Like Darth Vader When It's Snowing
Three decades after the fall of communism, the European Union, which stands at the heart of modern Europe, gets mostly favorable marks from the countries surveyed. Across the 14 EU member countries surveyed by Pew Research Center, a median of 67% hold favorable views of the European Union while 31% have an unfavorable view.
Traditional Gowns And Braids Of The Pomak Village Of Startsevo, Bulgaria
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In 2018, Annamaria Horvathova, A Roma Girl From Slovakia Won A Running Race Wearing Just Ballerinas On Her Feet. Last Week, She Became A 1500m Champion Of Slovakia In Her Age Group
Meanwhile, many Central and Eastern European countries hold strongly positive views of the political union. 7 in 10 or more in Poland, Lithuania, Bulgaria, Slovakia and nonmember Ukraine give the EU favorable marks, including at least 2 in 10 among these countries who say they have a very favorable view. Likewise, Sweden, Germany, Hungary, Spain, the Netherlands and Italy also hold a very positive outlook toward the EU.
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Neo-Gothic Apartment House In Budapest, Hungary. Built Around 1894
According to Pew Center, views of the economy play a large role in how people generally view the European Union. According to their study, those who think their country’s economic situation is good are more likely to have a favorable opinion of the EU in most countries surveyed.
“In Sweden, for example, 81% of those who think the Swedish economy is in good shape also have a positive view of the EU; just 42% of those who think the economy is functioning poorly share that sentiment,” the study stated.