European Countries

European Countries Trivia Quiz Fun Facts

Discover surprising fun facts about the unique European countries and their fascination culture.

Known for their love of chocolate, as well as their appreciation of good wine, the Europeans make up 11% of the world's population. Check out our European fun facts that even the Europeans haven't noticed about themselves.

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Czechoslovakia was a country from 1918 to 1992 before becoming two separate countries (Czech Republic and Slovakia).

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Turkey is one of the few transcontinental countries in the world. It lies in both Eastern Europe and Western Asia.

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Europe shares borders with many seas. In addition to the Mediterranean, it also shares border with the North Sea and Baltic.

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When looking at a map of Europe, it is said that Italy looks like a pointed boot with a heel.

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The Pyrenees is the mountain range that can be found between Spain and France. It is approximately 305 miles long.

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France shares borders with quite a few countries. While it borders countries like Belgium, Germany, and Italy, Spain borders this country to the south.

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The capital of Germany is Berlin. It is also the largest city in the country and is well-known for its past struggle when the city was split in two by the Berlin Wall.

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In terms of geography, Finland is the listed country that falls the farthest north. However, Greenland, owned by Denmark, is the northernmost country in all of Europe.

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Russia is the largest country in the world. It is another transcontinental country with its westernmost parts in Europe. In total, Russia borders 14 countries.

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While all might be major landmarks in Europe, the Acropolis of Athens is the only one located in Greece. This ancient pillar was a common meeting place in early Grecian times.