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Map Quiz: A Fact about every European Country

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Last updated: June 11, 2022
First submittedJune 11, 2022
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Attempts to liberalize the government and economy in this country were put down by the Soviets during the Prague Spring in 1968
Birthplace of Copernicus
Birthplace of Mother Teresa
Birthplace of the reformation
Closely associated with paprika
Credited with creating democracy, Western philosophy, science, mathematics, drama and theater and the Olympic Games
Giuseppe Garibaldi took control of Sicily, creating this country
Has the highest taxes in Europe (55.9%)
Home of Monte Carlo
Home of Nokia, which is named after a town in this country
Home of the Venta waterfall (Ventas rumba), the widest waterfall in Europe
Home to Europe's northernmost point, the North Cape
Hosts the official seats of the European Commission, the Council of the European Union, and the European Council.
In 1492, their king, Ferdinand, sent Christopher Columbus to sail across the Atlantic Ocean
In 1929, became independent from Italy as a distinct territory under "full ownership, exclusive dominion, and sovereign authority and jurisdiction" of the Holy See,
In 2020 became the first country in the world to make all public transport free to use
In 985, Erik the Red was sent away from the island because he had killed someone. He sailed to the west and discovered Greenland. Eric's son Leif Ericson was the first European to reach North America in the year 1000
In modern German it is called Österreich, which literally means "East Empire."
In this country, people engage in what is called 'xhiro, a short walk on your residential road every day to catch up with neighbors
Is known for its neutrality
Is made up of four united countries
Is shaped like a chicken
Its capital Valletta is the southernmost capital of Europe
Its name comes from the Latin word “Romanus” which means “citizen of the Roman Empire."
Its people are the tallest in the world, by nationality
Its people drink filmjölk, a traditional fermented milk product
Known as Dalmatia by the Romans
Literally named 'Land of the Black Mountain.'
Mikalojus Konstantinas Čiurlionis is both this country's most renowned painter and composer.
On 26 April 1986, nuclear power plant Chernobyl exploded in this country
Separated from the Czech Republic in 1993, an event sometimes called the Velvet Divorce
Small republic in the Pyrenees between France and Spain
The ideals of this country are expressed in the Declaration of the Rights of Man and of the Citizen
The largest country in the world
The last known country to be officially ruled by a dictator in Europe
The least visited country in Europe
The River Shannon, which runs from north to south, is the longest river on the island
The world's biggest producer and exporter of raspberries
The world's oldest republic that still exists
The world's second-biggest exporter of rose oil, an ingredient in most perfumes
This Baltic country has has over 2200 islands
This country's Ottoman-era Latin Bridge was the site of the assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand
Unilaterally declared its independence from Serbia on 17 February 2008
Was a powerful maritime nation from 1500s–1800s, ruling over Brazil, Angola, Mozambique, Guinea-Bissau, East Timore, São Tomé and Príncipe, Sri Lanka and Macau
With Uzbekistan, one of only two doubly landlocked countries. This means that it is landlocked by a landlocked country
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