Free Tibet activists projected protest messages on China's UK embassy
/r/europeEU population in 2020: almost 448 million.
/r/europeMoldova is no longer the poorest country in Europe
/r/europeOn this day 164 years ago, Nikola Tesla was born
/r/europeLow-carbon electricity production share - 2018
/r/europe1918 post-war pre-negotiations map
/r/europeTaksim Square of İstanbul, Turkey (ca. 1960)
/r/europeTurkish bar association presidents sleeps at park to continue protest against government.
/r/europeKolomna Kremlin, Russia (1520s built)
/r/europeWhen do you think your country will be cashless? (2019)
/r/europeRoads of the Roman Empire.
/r/europe60 years ago, the final of the first ever European Cup was held. The postponed 2020 Euros, intended as an anniversary, would be taking place right now
/r/europeFrench Navy in Santorini Greece
/r/europeItalians getting mad at food
/r/europe[x-post from r/NewZealand] On this day in 1985 the Greenpeace vessel Rainbow Warrior was bombed and sunk in a New Zealand harbour by French DGSE agents, killing Fernando Pereira. French president François Mitterrand had personally authorized the bombing.
/r/europe6 ways to divide the Baltic States
/r/europeVideo proof of police starting fires and riots as an excuse to detain peaciful protestors! Belgrade-Serbia
/r/europeThe largest stadium in every Baltic State.
/r/europeThe president of Bulgaria
/r/europewind and solar across Europe
/r/europe"Get The Mafia Out Of The Goverment!" - Bulgarian President Rumen Radev Summons The Bulgarian People To Protest
/r/europeMost visited national museums, monuments and archaelogical sites in Italy.
/r/europeEuropean Countries by Carbon Dioxide Emissions Per Capita 2018
/r/europeOn my way to the subway. Hugs to all of you!
/r/europeÖlüdeniz in Muğla, southwestern Turkey
/r/europeGood morning Europe
/r/europeOne of the most thinnest (40 cm) streets in the world. Ulica Klančić, Vrbnik, Croatia.
/r/europeInternational Tourists in European Countries