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Europe is in the Northern Hemisphere. The reference to Europe as a geographical term has been in use since the mid-19th century.

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Interesting & Fun Facts About Europe

English Speaking Countries In Europe

Ireland 97.51%     United Kingdom 94.45%     Malta 62.39%     Sweden 53.97%     Denmark 52.95%     Finland 45.25%     Cyprus 43.07%      Austria 40.64%    Netherlands 38.46%     Slovenia 34.37%     Greece 32.66%     Germany 31.93%     Luxembourg 30.72%     Belgium 28.76%     Latvia 27.22%   France 24.21%     Estonia 23.4%     Lithuania 20.58%     Poland 19.85%     Romania 17.01%     Portugal 14.87%     Italy 13.74%     Slovakia 12.8%     Hungary 12.43%     Bulgaria 12.25%     Czech Republic 11.75%     Spain 11.7%

Alantic Puffins in Iceland

Westfjords, Iceland

Europe is full of surprises. Like, Iceland which is the breeding home of approximately 60% of the world’s Atlantic Puffins.

Cefalu is known for its th century Norman cathedral Sicily

Cefalù, In Northern Sicily

Cefalù is known for its 12th century Norman cathedral, a fortress-like structure with Byzantine mosaics and soaring twin towers.


Carinthia, Austria

Known as the “Land of Lakes”, Carinthia has no less than 1,200 lakes! The three largest lakes are Lake Wörth,  Lake Millstatt, and Lake Ossiach.

Pause for a thought

cirencester, uk, interior

Cirencester, London

The St John Baptist Church lies 80 miles west of London.
Cirencester, on the River Churn, is the capital and the largest town of the Cotswold.

Lovely market town. Fascinating history.

Portofino, Italy

Christ of the Abyss is a 2.50 meters bronze statue of Jesus Christ, by Guido Galletti, submerged underwater near Portofino. A must for adventure seekers and scuba divers!

tram, romania, city

Oradea, Romania

In this city (in the Transylvania region), you’ll never be alone. There is a table and friends waiting for you!

torquay, devon, england

Torquay, Devon, UK

In this seaside resort, you’ll find Torre Abbey, a monastery founded in 1196. The abbey has an extensive garden display with plants from local writer Agatha Christie’s novels.