Winter sunset - Transylvania - Romania
/r/europeThe results of Lithuanian public opinion survey: Do you trust or distrust in these institutions?
/r/europeSunrise in Groningen, The Netherlands this morning
/r/europeHighway network expansion in Portugal (1941-2016)
/r/europeOn this day 100 years ago, Federico Fellini, one of the greatest filmakers of the postwar era was born in Rimini, Italy.
/r/europeEase of Doing Business Scores (2020)
/r/europePrague, Czech Republic - June, 4:30 am
/r/europeFranz Kafka head - Prague city center - OC
/r/europeGlobal Social Mobility Index 2020: All top 10 are from Europe
/r/europeHouseholds in the EU unable to pay utility bills on time in the past 12 months
/r/europeAlbertina Museum, Vienna, Austria. Watercolor painting by me.
/r/europe% of respondents who think it's important to belong to a religion in order to share their national identity
/r/europePopulation change in former USSR (1989-2019)
/r/europeA map of incoming Erasmus students, now per capita
/r/europeSunset in Rome
/r/europeIn February 20,000 US troops will deploy to Europe from the US, this will be the largest deployment of US troops to Europe since the end of the Cold War
/r/europeGerman budget balance 1990-2019.
/r/europe[OC Picture] The Church of the Holy Mother of God, dated to the 12th century. The most well-preserved part of Asen's Fortress in the Rhodope Mountains south of Plovdiv, Bulgaria.
/r/europeBlue Dragon River in Portugalhttps://i.imgur.com/rK8ydxM.jpg
/r/europeMosaic Octopus Sculpture in Spain
/r/europeFirst night train departing from Vienna to Brussels
/r/europeCountries with a smaller GDP than North Rhine-Westphalia
/r/europeThe President of Finland casually playing ice-hockey with random guys
/r/europeCemetery at Glendalough, County Wicklow, Ireland
/r/europeShrek supports croatia