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What Do They Have in Common? - European Countries

For each set of three countries, identify the characteristic that they share.
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Last updated: January 6, 2022
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1. Estonia, Finland, and Hungary . . .
. . . have won the Eurovision Song Contest at least once.
. . . were at one point completely occupied by the Soviet Union.
. . . have non-Indo-European official languages.
2. Belgium, Serbia, and Slovakia . . .
. . . use the Euro.
. . . have mountain peaks more than 2,000 meters above sea level.
. . . have capital cities that start with "B."
3. Austria, Italy, and Norway . . .
. . . have hosted the Winter Olympics.
. . . were members of the Axis in World War II.
. . . are members of the European Union.
4. Croatia, Germany, and Romania . . .
. . . were part of the Warsaw Pact.
. . . have played in a FIFA World Cup Final.
. . . touch the Danube.
5. The Czech Republic, France, and Ireland . . .
. . . have Alpha cities.
. . . have operational nuclear power plants.
. . . have majority Catholic populations.
6. The Netherlands, Sweden, and Switzerland . . .
. . . have entirely red, white, and/or blue flags.
. . . are top 10 in the world in terms of Human Development Index.
. . . are home to one of the world's 50 largest companies by revenue.
7. Bulgaria, Spain, and the United Kingdom . . .
. . . have been formally at war with the United States.
. . . formerly had colonial possessions in Africa.
. . . touch the Prime Meridian.
8. Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, and Kosovo . . .
. . . touch the Mediterranean Sea.
. . . have majority Muslim populations.
. . . did not exist as independent countries in 1990.
9. Belarus, Moldova, and North Macedonia . . .
. . . are former Soviet Socialist Republics.
. . . have areas of desert or semi-desert climate (Köppen climate classification group B).
. . . are landlocked.
10. Denmark, Greece, and Malta . . .
. . . have flags with a cross on them.
. . . were formerly part of the British Empire.
. . . have cities that have been continuously inhabited since the beginning of the Common Era (1 CE/AD).
11. Andorra, Iceland, and Montenegro . . .
. . . have populations less than 1,000,000.
. . . are members of NATO.
. . . have animals on their flags.
12. Monaco, San Marino, and Vatican City . . .
. . . are the three least populated countries in the world.
. . . are the three smallest countries in Europe.
. . . are the three most densely populated countries in Europe.
13. Latvia, Lithuania, and Luxembourg . . .
. . . have official languages ending in "-ian."
. . . touch the Baltic Sea.
. . . have highest points less than 600 meters above sea level.
14. Liechtenstein, Poland, and Slovenia . . .
. . . have their largest city (by population) as their capital.
. . . touch the Alps.
. . . are in the bottom third of European countries by urbanization rate.
15. Portugal, Russia, and Ukraine . . .
. . . are among the top 10 wine-producing countries in the world.
. . . are home to one of Europe's 10 busiest airports.
. . . contain territory that was once controlled by the Roman Empire.
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