The bridges on Euro banknotes are real, and they all exist in the Dutch town of Spijkenisse
/r/europeKoningsberg/Królewiec/Калининград centre in 2019 and in 1941.
/r/europeLegality of corporal punishment of minors in Europe
/r/europeLake Skadar devastation after a recent wildfire
/r/europeFollow-up: Particles from California wildfires reached Finland painting the sun red (the sunrise version)
/r/europeUršlja Gora, Slovenia. [OC]
/r/europeVaccines in Europe
/r/europeBerlín last night
/r/europeUršlja Gora, Slovenia.
/r/europe"Rock, Paper, Scissors" in Different European Languages
/r/europeIn accordance with climate change, yesterday Belgrade authorities started planting palm trees in parks for the first time.
/r/europeEU Commision building, Brussels
/r/europeAirbus unveils 3 new zero-emission concept aircraft; to enter into service by 2035
/r/europeLife Expectancy Of European Countries (2018)
/r/europePhotos from protests and clashes with the police after today's secret inauguration of Lukashenka (Minsk, Belarus, 46th day of protests)
/r/europeStasi guide to youth subcultures in East Germany, 1985
/r/europeParticles from California wildfires reached Finland painting the sun red (update)
/r/europeMy hometown of Bratislava, Slovakia, captured from my private helicopter, I swear
/r/europeRussian opposition leader Alexei Navalny - before and after poisoning
/r/europeA window for people who want to watch constructions
/r/europeSunset in Hamburg, Germany
/r/europeOn this day in 1862 Otto von Bismarck was appointed Prime Minister and Foreign Minister of Prussia by King Wilhelm I. He would later unify the German states into the German empire led by Prussia
/r/europeThe 3 most common street names by country. English translation inside.
/r/europeOld and New, Dräi Eechelen with Museum of Modern Art, Luxembourg
/r/europeWhen resemblance is outstanding. Hermes of Praxiteles and Nikolaos Zafeiropoulos, Greek tour guide. The photo is from 1935
/r/europeLivestock population in the EU: Spain accounted for 22% of the EU’s pigs, 9% of the EU’s bovines, 25% of the EU’s sheep and 23% of the EU’s goats. Germany accounted for 18% of the EU’s pigs and 15% of the EU’s bovines. France accounted for 9% of the pigs, 24% of the bovines, and 12% of the sheep.
/r/europeTerrorist attacks from 2017 to 2019.Completed, failed and foiled.
/r/europeA few of Europe’s most popular railway route
/r/europeLe Quartier Européen in Brussels at sunset