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Outline of Europe

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Outline of Europe

The following outline is provided as an overview of and topical guide to Europe:


  • Geography of Europe 1
    • Regions of Europe 1.1
    • Countries of Europe 1.2
    • Cities in Europe 1.3
    • Villages in Europe 1.4
    • Geographic features of Europe 1.5
    • Demography of Europe 1.6
  • History of Europe 2
    • History by country 2.1
    • History by field 2.2
    • History by region 2.3
  • Culture of Europe 3
    • The arts in Europe 3.1
    • Sports in Europe 3.2
  • Environment of Europe 4
  • Economy and infrastructure of Europe 5
    • Communications in Europe 5.1
  • Education in Europe 6
  • Governments of Europe 7
  • Politics of Europe 8
  • See also 9
  • References 10
  • External links 11

Geography of Europe

Regions of Europe

Countries of Europe

Main article: List of European countries

Cities in Europe

Main article: List of cities in Europe

Villages in Europe

Main article: List of villages in Europe by country

Geographic features of Europe

Demography of Europe

Main article: Demographics of Europe

History of Europe

Main article: History of Europe

History by country

History by field

History by region

Culture of Europe

Main article: Culture of Europe

The arts in Europe

Sports in Europe

Environment of Europe

Economy and infrastructure of Europe

Main article: Economy of Europe

Communications in Europe

Education in Europe

Governments of Europe

Politics of Europe

Main article: Politics of Europe

See also

Indexes of articles on the countries of Europe
Lists of topics on the countries of Europe


External links

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