Category: Europe

THE MAIN BODIES OF THE EU
The structure of the European Union changed dramatically as a result of the Treaty of Lisbon. Until 2009 it rested on three “pillars”: the three European Communities, the cooperation of all EU countries within the framework of a common foreign and security policy (CFSP) and their cooperation in justice and home affairs. The Lisbon Treaty dissolved this pillar structure in favor of seven central organs.

The most important organs of the EU include the Council of the European Union (Council of Ministers), the European Commission (EU Commission), the European Parliament, the European Court of Justice and the European Council

Other EU organs are the European Court of Auditors and the European Central Bank.

The majority of European languages ​​belong to the Indo-European language tribe and use the Latin characters. The area of ​​origin of this large language family is probably the area between Central Europe and the Urals. Whether the bearers can be assigned to a uniform Indo-European “primitive people” is highly controversial. The main language branches in Europe are the Germanic, Romance and Slavic languages. Turkish, Hungarian, Finnish and Estonian are not related to the Indo-European language family. For more information about the continent of Europe, please check franciscogardening.com.

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Popular Destinations in Hungary

Budapest The best place to stay in Hungary, the pearl of Europe, one of its most beautiful capitals. It offers its guests a chic excursion program and excellent therapeutic rest. Andyeducation: Introduction to education...

Prague's castle town of Hradcany

Czech Republic Attractions

Cesky Krumlov The Vltava meanders through the Bohemian town of Český Krumlov (German: Krumau or Krummau) (Internet: www.krummau.de ) with its historic old town. It has been a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1992...

Latvia Defense

Latvia Society, Economy and Defense

Population, society and rights Since independence, the population of Latvia has decreased by 22.5% (about 600,000 residents) due to massive emigration (mainly by citizens of Russian origin or from other former Soviet republics) and...

Iceland Geology

Iceland Geology

Geology. – Iceland essentially consists of a plateau made up of recent volcanic rocks. Fjords and valleys form marginal depressions while in the interior high plateaus about 400-800 rn prevail. sm Above these plateaus...

Italy Northern Dialects

Italy Northern Dialects

The northern dialects include the Lombard, Piedmontese, Ligurian, Emilia-Romagna, Venetian and Istrian varieties. Before the Latin conquest, Ligurians, Celts and Venetians had come into contact in this vast territory. And this, if it can explain the...

Kosovo History

Kosovo History

Kosovo. Disputed territory located on the Balkan Peninsula in Southeastern Europe. Its status is controversial. Serbia considers Kosovo to be an autonomous province within its own territory, in accordance with its own constitution and with UN Security Council Resolution 1244. The...

Kiev, Ukraine Culture

Kiev, Ukraine Culture

Kiev. Capital and largest city of Ukraine, located in the north-central part of the country on the banks of the Dnieper River. Kiev is an important industrial, scientific, educational and cultural center of Eastern Europe. It is home...

Italy Society

Italy Society

Italy. Officially the Italian Republic (Repubblica Italiana in Italian). Country in Europe that is part of the European Union (EU). Its territory is mainly made up of the Italian Peninsula and two large islands in the Mediterranean Sea: Sicily and Sardinia. The independent states of San...

Ireland Country Overview

Ireland Country Overview

According to PHILOSOPHYNEARBY, Ireland is a member country of the European Union, its capital is the city of Dublin. The nation is framed on the island of Ireland, located in northwestern Europe, forming part of the...

Iceland Society

Iceland Society

According to OXFORDASTRONOMY, Iceland is a country located in the extreme northwest of Europe. Its territory is made up of some islands and islets. Its population is approximately 331,000 residents for an area of 103,000 km 2. People:...

Helsinki, Finland History

Helsinki, Finland History

According to NEOVIDEOGAMES, Helsinki was founded in 1550, as a “rival” to the Hanseatic city of Reval (today known as Tallinn, the capital of Estonia) by King Gustav I of Sweden. The first town was plagued by poverty, war,...

Romanian literature in the seventies

Romania Literature

Romanian literature in the seventies took two opposite directions: on the one hand the writers who, out of opportunism or conviction, followed the political directives of N. Ceauşescu, the so-called ” theses ” of...

Berlin, Germany Education

Berlin, Germany Education

According to the Education Act for the State of Berlin (SchulG in the version of January 26, 2004, last amended by Act of March 26, 2014), the school system comprises elementary school, as secondary...

Chatsworth House

Chatsworth House, U.K.

Chatsworth House The English country castle Chatsworth House is one of the most beautiful and sought-after attractions in Derbyshire in the East Midlands region. The way to the country castle leads through the small...

Koli National Park, Finland

Koli National Park, Finland

Koli National Park The Koli National Park is one of the most beautiful sights in Finland. It includes Mount Koli and its surroundings. Mount Koli The Koli is a mountain that only reaches a...

Denmark Geography

Denmark Geography

According to educationvv, Denmark is a state located between 54 and 58 degrees north latitude and 8 and 15 degrees east longitude. In addition to Denmark proper, the Kingdom of Denmark comprises the Faroe Islands and Greenland....

Crimean Annexation and War in Eastern Ukraine

Crimean Annexation and War in Eastern Ukraine

According to Andyeducation, the one on the Crimean peninsula The dominant pro-Russian forces opposed the new Ukrainian central government with political and military support from Russia. On March 11, 2014, the Crimean Parliament declared...

Monaco Overview

Monaco Overview

Overlooking the Mediterranean Sea and surrounded by the French department of the Alpes-Maritimes, the Principality of Monaco is one of the smallest states in the world. It constitutes a kind of political and economic...

Skellig Michael Rock Island (World Heritage)

Skellig Michael Rock Island (World Heritage)

One of the most famous and oldest monasteries in the country is located on the small, inaccessible rocky island off the south-west coast of Ireland featured by historyaah. The monastic settlement was inhabited from...

Antwerp, Belgium Transportation

Antwerp, Belgium Transportation

Antwerp: Recommended excursions Brasschaat The small town is located about 15 kilometers northeast of Antwerp in the nature reserve “Kalmthoutse Heide”. Because of the park, it is also called the “Versaille Antwerp”. Kalmthoutse Heide...

NATO and Russia

NATO and Russia

After the Cold War, NATO created various forms of cooperation with Russia, but mutual mistrust stood in the way of a real rapprochement between the parties. NATO’s enlargement to the east, the war in...

Corsica - the most mountainous island in the Mediterranean

The 10 most popular islands in Europe

Santorini – the white pearl of the Cyclades In 2015 Santorini took first place at the Travelers´ Choice Awards for Europe’s most popular islands. The southernmost island of the Greek Cyclades is characterized by...

Royal Deeside

Scotland Regions and landscapes

Lowlands The Lowlands are the rolling, rolling lowlands south of the big cities, made up of Ayrshire, Dunfries, Galloway and the Borders. These regions offer visitors many historical sights and opportunities for an active...

Dylan Thomas

Wales Philosophers and Theologians

Philosophers and theologians Bertrand Russell (1872-1970) philosopher, mathematician, logician. Bertrand Arthur William Russell, 3rd Earl Russell was born in Trellech in 1872 and advanced to become one of the founders of analytic philosophy. He...

Kosovo Municipal structure

Kosovo Parliamentary Elections

Parliamentary elections Seven parliamentary elections have been held in Kosovo since 1999, in 2001, 2004, 2007, 2010/2011, 2014, 2017 and most recently in October 2019. The 2001 and 2004 elections were organized by the...

Es Canutells

Travel to Es Canutells

Just over 12 km south of Mahón is the small quiet seaside resort of Es Canutells. Nearby are the other holiday destinations of Sant Climent and Punta Prima. As in many other places in...

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5 Must-see Sights in Greece

Greece is a Dorado for everyone who likes to see sights on their vacation. Countless imposing temples from ancient times, museums with historical remains and many other sights in Greece bear witness to the...

FLORENCE

Florence Travel Guide

Florence exudes Renaissance romance. Atmospheric Florence is a great city holiday destination for lovers of history and culture, as well as gourmets. Incredible art treasures, shopping and lively Italian city life. Florence is called one...

TURKU

Turku Travel Guide

Turku is a great destination all year round. The City of Culture Turku is one of Finland’s most popular destinations. Turku is a historical city destination that pampers tourists, especially in summer. The beautiful...

Vatican City Tourist Attractions 2

Vatican City 2018

Yearbook 2018 Vatican City. During the year, Pope Francis’ heart issues such as climate and refugees came partially overshadowed by the pedophile crimes that have shaken the Catholic Church around the world for decades....

United Kingdom London Tourist Attractions 2

United Kingdom 2018

UK. The Brexit agreement that Prime Minister Theresa May negotiated with the EU during the year was clear in its first draft in November. On November 14, the government had approved it and now...

Ukraine Kiev Tourist Attractions 2

Ukraine 2018

Yearbook 2018 Ukraine. The corruption in the Ukrainian judiciary came into focus when the lawyer and human rights lawyer Iryna Nozdrovska was murdered in January. According to Countryaah.com, Kiev is the capital city of...

Turkey Ankara Tourist Attractions 2

Turkey 2018

Yearbook 2018 Turkey. On June 24, Turkey ran for presidential and parliamentary elections. In the presidential election, incumbent President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan won with 52.5% of the vote; challenger Muharrem Ince from the enriched...

Switzerland Bern Tourist Attractions 2

Switzerland 2018

Yearbook 2018 Switzerland. In a referendum in March, 71% of voters voted to retain the license fee for public service, that is, radio and TV. According to Countryaah.com, Bern is the capital city of...

Sweden Stockholm Tourist Attractions 2

Sweden 2018

Constitutional struggle and foreign policy activation Prior to his death, Gustav Vasa had set up hereditary dukes, intended to give younger royal sons a princely livelihood and to strengthen the power of the Vasa...

Spain Madrid Tourist Attractions 2

Spain 2018

Yearbook 2018 Spain. After a vote of no confidence, initiated by the Socialist Party (PSOE), Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy was forced to resign in early June. According to Countryaah.com, Madrid is the capital city...

Slovenia Ljubljana Tourist Attractions 2

Slovenia 2018

Yearbook 2018 Slovenia. According to Countryaah.com, Ljubljana is the capital city of Slovenia, a country located in Southern Europe. Extravasation for the country’s National Assembly was held in early June after Prime Minister Miro...

Slovakia Bratislava Tourist Attractions 2

Slovakia 2018

Yearbook 2018 Slovakia. In February, investigative journalist Ján Kuciak and his girlfriend Martina Kušnírová were murdered in a town east of Bratislava. The council came to shake Slovakia and force a number of politicians...