Europe Super Mario World Style, Day 2
/r/europeToday is three years since the 2017 terrorist attack in Stockholm. The photographer, Tomas Oneborg, who captured this moment died from the Covid-19 virus, nine days ago.
/r/europeThe gender of countries in Lithuanian
/r/europeEvolution of uniforms of Austrian army from 1670s to 1918
/r/europeGrammatical gender of countries in Greek
/r/europeThe Wine Regions of Iceland
/r/europeWine regions of France.
/r/europeA map depicting Europe as a queen, with Spain as her head, Portugal as her crown, and Italy as her arm (1804)
/r/europeThe founding father of Czechoslovakia wears a mask (Brno, Czechia)
/r/europeWine map of England
/r/europeThe Gender of Countries in Italian
/r/europeNo sign of spring in Northern Norway. On this day there are several snow records broken. This is from E69 to North Cape.
/r/europePolish Civic Platform joins call for the expulsion of Fidesz from the EPP group
/r/europeMap of wine-growing regions of Croatia
/r/europeWine Regions of Romania
/r/europeNumber of healthy years of life: European countries compared
/r/europePercent of Firms Experiencing at Least One Bribe Payment Request According to Enterprise Surveys
/r/europeA mosque in Turkey
/r/europeErdogan starts a donation campaign to fight coronavirus: "Bottom ones go to work; Middle Guys don't leave home; and you guys give me some dough", weekly satire magazine.
/r/europeThe Gender Disparity of Suicides in Europe
/r/europeToday 124 years ago the first Olympic Games since antiquity were opened
/r/europeOn 4th of April 1944 an Italian Partisan Battalion was formed. This photo was taken on 8th of May in 1945 when the battalion entered the liberated town of Pula, Yugoslavia.
/r/europeI'm making Europe, Super Mario World style. This is my progress so far!
/r/europeEmpty streets of Vilnius
/r/europeOn this day, 1917, USA officialy declared war on Germany
/r/europeIt's the Easter miracle in Finland
/r/europeAreas of known occurrence of tick-borne encephalitis in Europe
/r/europeBattle map of Battle of Leipzig (Battle of Nations) 1813, largest battle in European history before WW1 and decisive Napoleon defeat [1312 x 3462]
/r/europeOn April 6th 1520 Raffaello Sanzio, also known as Raphael died at the age of 37. Together with Michelangelo and Leonardo da Vinci, he forms the traditional trinity of great masters of the High Renaissance.
/r/europeNumber of deaths per day from Covid-19 in Sweden since March 11th until today, April 6th. (Source: https://www.dn.se/nyheter/varlden/det-nya-coronaviruset-folj-utvecklingen-live-/)