Europe is the only place in the world that quite compares to itself! Its magnificent monuments reveal successive layers of history, complementing its breathtaking natural scenery, which could not be more diverse if it tried, and it could. Its countries contain a kaleidoscope of cultural traditions, ranging from the wild to the refined, and its landscapes are just as fascinating as its history. Europe is a very intriguing continent with more than 40 distinct nations, each of which has its own unique customs, histories, and languages.
The singularity of Europe is the subject of discussion in the r/Europe subreddit. The community currently has more than 3.4 million members who are always sharing all of the strange, humorous, and interesting things they have seen in Europe with one another. And these things are pretty fascinating. In the gallery that you’ll find below, you’ll find some of the most fascinating things that have been posted in this subreddit.
#1. This is Jean-Baptiste Kempf, the creator of the VLC media player, he refused tens of millions of euros in order to keep VLC ads-free. Merci, Jean!
#2. The Devil’s Bridge (Rakotzbrücke) in Kromlau, Germany
#3. Today 20 years ago at the strike of midnight, the mayor of Amsterdam married 4 gay couples as the Netherlands became the first country in the world to legalize same-sex marriage
#4. Belarus people react to Lukashenko’s prohibition of pro-democratic flags
#5. A bridge for wildlife to cross the road in Veluwe, the Netherlands
#6. Medieval house built in 1509 in Argentan, Orne, France
#7. In Wroclaw, Poland each cathedral and even the rivers have a tactile model nearby for blind people to see them too
#8. In Poland, we are slowly getting rid of advertisements and billboards madness
#9. Tesco in Slovakia opened with empty shelves. They wanted to show their customers how it would look like if all bees and butterflies would become extinct
#10. She (Sanna Marin) is the new 34 years old prime minister of Finland
#11. Polish women fighting for their rights!
#12. Trinity College in Dublin, Ireland
#13. London, UK
#14. The Netherlands looks like an old master’s painting this weekend
#15. Merkel calling out Bulgarian prime minister Boyko Borisov for wearing mask wrong
#16. Utrecht, the Netherlands
#17. The true heroes of Greece at this moment. Firefighters sleep exhausted after an intense night fighting the biggest wildfire of Attica in decades
#18. Meanwhile in Germany
#19. The sentiment in Scotland is one I fully agree with
#20. The statue of Jakub Wejher, the founder of a Polish town Wejherowo, looks like Darth Vader when it’s snowing
#21. US Embassy in Berlin today
#22. Oldest door still in use in Rome, at the Pantheon. Cast in bronze for emperor Hadrian’s rebuilding, it dates from about 115 AD. Each door is solid bronze 2.3 m wide & 7.5 m high, yet so well balanced they can be pushed or pulled open easily by one person
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