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FIGURE 1.4. Europe and the European Union
FIGURE 1.6. Religions in Europe, ca. 2000
FIGURE 1.8. Indo-European languages in Europe
FIGURE 1.10. A regionalization of European culture
FIGURE 2.2. Europe in the world
FIGURE 2.3. Climatic zones
FIGURE 2.4. Major landform zones
FIGURE 2.5. Northwestern Highlands
FIGURE 2.20. Mountain barrier
FIGURE 3.2. Neolithic Europe
FIGURE 3.4. Roman Europe
FIGURE 3.6. The spread of Islam in the seventh and eighth centuries
TABLE 3.1. The Population of Europe and Its Regions, 400 B.C.–1750 A.D
FIGURE 3.7. The spread of the Black Death, 1347–1351
FIGURE 3.8. The spread of the Epidemiologic Transition
FIGURE 3.9. The spread of the Fertility Transition
TABLE 3.3. The Population of Europe and Its Regions, 1750–1950
FIGURE 3.11. Percentage of children under 15 born out of wedlock
TABLE 3.4. The Population of Europe and Its Regions, 1950–2025
FIGURE 3.12. Projected percentage of population aged 60 or older, 2050
FIGURE 4.15. Viticulture on the Rhine
FIGURE 4.20. Environmental stress in the Mediterranean
FIGURE 4.24. Airborne pollution
FIGURE 5.2. Romanic Europe
FIGURE 5.3. The Reconquista
FIGURE 5.4. Celtic and Germanic Europe
FIGURE 5.5. Balto-Slavonic Europe
TABLE 5.2. Linguistic Diversity in the World’s Major Culture Regionsa
TABLE 5.3. The Study of Foreign Languages in Selected EU Countries
FIGURE 6.4. The rise of the Ottoman Empire, 1328–1672
FIGURE 6.5. The Reformation
TABLE 6.1. Jewish Population Losses during the Holocaust
TABLE 6.2. Religious Composition of Europe’s Major Regions
FIGURE 6.8. Mosque in Hamburg
FIGURE 7.1. Cold War Europe
FIGURE 7.3. Europe after the Treaty of Vienna (1814)
FIGURE 7.4. Europe between the World Wars
FIGURE 7.6. EEC/EU enlargements, 1973–2004
FIGURE 7.7. Introduction of the euro
TABLE 7.1. Nation-States and Governments
FIGURE 7.17. Macro regions (after Delamaide)
FIGURE 8.7. Trading cities and trade routes at the end of the Middle Ages
FIGURE 8.17. Renaissance arcades and gables
FIGURE 9.16. London’s skyline
FIGURE 10.4. Economically active employed in manufacturing, 2000
FIGURE 10.6. Economically active employed in the service sector, 2000
FIGURE 10.11. Female participation in the labor force, 2000
FIGURE 10.14. Education—third-level gross enrollment ratio, 1996
FIGURE 10.17. GNP per capita, 2000
FIGURE 10.18. Purchasing power parity (PPP) per capita, 2000
FIGURE 11.4. Abundance of choice
FIGURE 11.23. Black Sea resort
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The Europeans - A geography of People, Culture and Environment

The Europeans - A geography of People, Culture and Environment

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