Europe

By: Jajuan, Makiel, Jose, and Christian J.

The Eiffel Tower
‡ Eiffel Tower - Known as one of the most famous landmarks in the world, there is no structure that has ever been built like the Eiffel Tower. The tower is 984 feet high and one of the tallest buildings in the world. The view of Paris from the tower is a definitely must see if you are in Europe.

Germany France Ukraine

Spain

Foods
‡ Europe is home to many cultures and foods. Some are as basic as pasta, fish n chips, and seafood. Some are more advanced as Bublanina, Hungarian cream puffs, and Croatian povitica.

Religion
‡ Judaism 1.5% Judaism in Europe before the holocaust. Now the population is 0.3%. ‡ Islam Came to Europe in various ways in 1% in Poland, 60% in Albania, and 95% in Kosovo. ‡ The vast majority of theist Europeans are Christians, divided into a large number of denominations. Roman Catholicism is the largest denomination with adherents mostly existing in Latin Europe.

Map

‡ Most Europe speak French and English as a Languagefirst language. French is a Romance language that was first used as a first language by over 130,000 million people. English is a West Germanic language created in England. English language was originated from the Anglo-Frisian and Old Saxon dialects brought to Britain by German settlers.

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