List of Europe-related articles
The following outline is provided as an overview of and topical guide to Europe:
List of Europe-related articles - Wikipedia
Get out of our country - Refugee crisis in EU
Do you support the open borders for refugees in EU?
The Barcelona Declaration of 1995 - The Kalergi Plan and Agenda 30 in Action
Link to the OFFICIAL EU website for those of you who either dont believe it or somehow think Isreal isnt involved, since some of you clearly need spoon feeding and are unable to do your own research! ...
British Ambassador: Security of Ukraine is security of Europe
British Ambassador Judith Gough said that Ukraine's security is very important for Britain, because it is also the security of Europe.
Deadly Measles Spreading in Europe
Thirty-five people have died of measles across Europe in the past year, the World Health Organization said Tuesday, warning that vaccination remains crucial to stopping the spread. In the most recent ...
Global cyber attack slows but experts see risk of fresh strikes
A global cyber attack described as unprecedented in scale forced a major European automaker to halt some production lines while hitting schools in China and ...
Paul Weston CPAC Live Stream March 3 2016
Paul Weston delivers warning to America. Going to Europe? Better make it soon..... You Need to Hear This....
Barriers to entry: Americans may soon require a visa to visit the EU
The EU wants to pressure America into adding more member states to its own list of countries that are able to enjoy visa-free travel
Astonishing Pictures Of 21st Century Pagan Ritual Garb From All Over Europe
You might not know it, but we’re in the middle of pagan ritual season! Every year from December until Easter, people from every country in Europe partake in pagan rituals in order to honor the planet’...
40 of the last storybook towns left in Europe
Thanks to countless wars, the irresistible draw of modernization, and overwrought tourism infrastructure, the Europe of your dreams is harder to find than ever. However, there are still towns where yo...
10 Insanely Gorgeous, Under-the-Radar European Destinations
The value of the dollar against the euro is the highest it's been in years, making now the perfect time to take that trip you've been meaning to plan. But instead of the usual suspects (lookin' at you...
BBC Capital - The best city for working families?
Nestled on 14 islands, two thirds of Stockholm is made up of either water or parks. And locals make it a priority to enjoy these serene surroundings. A haven for hipsters, Stockholm also boasts what V...
Belgian police arrest 16 terror suspects after raids across country
Key target Salah Abdeslam not thought to be among those detained after day in which PM announced lockdown in Brussels over fears of Paris-style attack. Belgian armed police have arrested at least 16 s...
France Has Not Closed Its Borders, But the Future of a Free Europe Is a Concern
France has not closed its borders, but rather reimposed border controls. This is normal security protocol, but also a worrying sign for the future of a free Europe. France is part of the Schengen Area...
French officials: Manhunt in Europe for at least 1 suspect ‘directly involved’ in Paris attacks
Authorities were scouring Europe on Sunday for at least one other suspect, and possibly two, who were “directly involved” in Friday night’s attacks in Paris, as investigators tried to ascertain whethe...
Index of Europe-related articles
The following outline is provided as an overview of and topical guide to Europe:
Index of Europe-related articles - Wikipedia
Europe
Europe (/ˈjʊərəp/ or /ˈjɜrəp/) is a continent that comprises the westernmost peninsula of Eurasia. It is generally divided from Asia by the watershed divides of the Ural and Caucasus Mountains, the Ur...
Europe - Wikipedia
Bâton français
Canne de combat is a French martial art. As weapon, it uses a cane or canne (a kind of walking-stick) designed for fighting. Canne de combat was standardized in the 1970s for sporting competition by M...
Bishopric of Reval
The Bishopric of Reval was created in Duchy of Estonia by Valdemar II of Denmark in 1240. Contradictory to canon law Valdemar II reserved the right to appoint the bishops of Reval to himself and his s...
Bishopric of Reval - Wikipedia
Adolphe Bridge
Adolphe Bridge (Luxembourgish: Adolphe-Bréck, French: Pont Adolphe, German: Adolphe-Brücke) is an arch bridge in Luxembourg City, in southern Luxembourg. The bridge takes road traffic acr...
Adolphe Bridge - Wikipedia
Aosdána
Aosdána (/iːsˈdɑːnə/; from aos dána "people of the arts") is an Irish association of artists. It was created in 1981 on the initiative of a group of writers with support from the Arts Council of Irela...
ElBulli
elBulli ([əɫ ˈβuʎi]) was a Michelin 3-star restaurant near the town of Roses, Catalonia, Spain, run by chef Ferran Adrià. The small restaurant overlooked Cala Montjoi, a bay on Catalonia's Costa Brava...
ElBulli - Wikipedia
Apsat (mythology)
Apsat was a male deity of birds and animals in the pagan Svan mythology.
Biržai Castle
Biržai Castle is a castle in Biržai, Lithuania. Construction of the earth bastion-type castle started in 1586 by the order of Krzysztof Mikołaj "the Lightning" Radziwiłł. In 1575, preparing for this c...
Biržai Castle - Wikipedia
Bicinium
In music of the Renaissance and early Baroque eras, a bicinium (pl. bicinia) was a composition for only two parts, especially one for the purpose of teaching counterpoint or singing.The term has had t...
A Handbook for Travellers in Spain
Richard Ford’s A Handbook for Travellers in Spain (1845) marked a defining moment in English travel literature.British tourists were travelling through Europe in increasing numbers and the need for gu...
A Handbook for Travellers in Spain - Wikipedia
Association for Scottish Literary Studies
The Association for Scottish Literary Studies (ASLS) is a Scottish educational charity, founded in 1970 to promote and support the teaching, study and writing of Scottish literature. Its founding memb...
Acta Diurna
Acta Diurna (latin: Daily Acts sometimes translated as Daily Public Records) were daily Roman official notices, a sort of daily gazette. They were carved on stone or metal and presented in message boa...