11 Facts About Europe For History Lovers 

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Europe is entirely in the Northern Hemisphere and most of the continent's landmass is in the Eastern Hemisphere.

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The Kingdom of Denmark is the oldest monarchy in Europe.

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Eleven countries in Europe have royal families.

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The tallest building in Europe is in St. Petersburg, Russia?

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Norway's coastline is the longest in Europe and the second longest in the world.

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Five of the world's top ten tourist destinations are in Europe.

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The Renaissance period from the 14th to the 17th century was a rebirth of art, philosophy, literature and culture.

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We have Rome to thank for the celebration of Christmas, which became a major event in the 9th century.

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Located in Bosnia and Herzegovina, the Perušica Rainforest is the last wilderness in Europe

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Europe is home not only to very long city names, but also to very short ones.

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The Sagrada Familia in Barcelona, Spain is still being built – construction began in 1882 and continues today.

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