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By the ALMIGHTY Birch Green Group

Bacon Mccaffrey

on 1 June 2015

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Transcript of Europe

One of the ways that European traditions have moved to other countries, is that some immigrants moved to America to build railroads or just to get a better life.
There were also people moving to Europe in the mid- twentieth century, in order to build railroads, work in the coal mines, clean streets, and do the jobs that Europeans did not want to do.
The arrival of families changed the immigrants' attitudes towards religious and cultural values, transplanting honor culture, and modesty standards.
European Food

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How has the movement of Europe evolved from the ancient empires to modern times?
The languages spoken in Europe are: Balto-Slavic, Germanic, Romance, Uralic, Altaic, Basque and many more.
The climate varies by where you are in Europe.
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Europe is in the Western and Northern hemispheres.
It is North of Africa, East of North America, and West of Asia.
It is 4,185 miles away from Michigan (263,894,440 inches).
What sports are played in Europe?
European Traditions
The main cause of Europe's change was the Renaissance. The term Renaissance, literally means "rebirth" and is the period in European civilization immediately following the Middle Ages, conventionally held to have been characterized by a surge of interest in classical learning and values. It was primarily a time of the revival of classical learning and wisdom after a long period of cultural decline. It lasted from 1350-1500.

Air pollution
Climate change
And other various issues such as the impact of natural disasters.
The laws and governments in Europe came from ancient Greece and Rome.

At first, kings ruled Rome. About 700 B.C., Rome became a republic. (In a republic, people choose their leaders.) Romans voted for members of the Senate and the Roman Senate passed laws. These laws protected citizen's rights and property. The Romans ruled most of Europe until about A.D. 500.
In the mid-1700s, there was another big change in the way people lived. It was a time of new inventions. This period is called the Industrial Revolution. New machines made goods faster and cheaper. Western Europe had plenty of raw materials. They also had cheap labor. The Industrial Revolution changed the way people lived. Their strong economy made Europe very powerful.
The most popular sport in Europe is football (soccer), probably followed by tennis, cycling, and Formula 1 (a motor race).
Sport in Europe tends to be highly organized with many sports having professional leagues.
Handball, is very popular in Europe.
And how are they played?
Some of the best shot put, discus, javelin and pole vaulting legends came from Europe.
Swimming and Tennis are two other sports that are also quite popular in many countries of the European Union.
Europe is named after the Phoenician princess Europa of Greek myth who was seduced by Zeus disguised as a bull.
Europe covers 3.93 million square miles, which is roughly 8% of the Earth's surface.
About 733 million people, which is 11% of the world's population, live in Europe.
The largest country in Europe is Russia.
The current environmental issues in Europe are:
Physical Features of Europe: The Danube River, Rhine River, The Ural Mountains, The Pyrenees, The Mediterranean Sea, The Alps, The English Channel, The European Plain and many more.
Human Features of Europe: Eiffel Tower, The Colosseum, Leaning Tower of Pisa, The Tower of London, Saint Peter's Basilica, The London Bridge, Chartres Cathedral, etc.
Some sports in Europe are played differently than in North America.

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A European tradition is that in France they have a huge holiday festival that dates back to the late 1570s.
Stuffed Cabbage Rolls
They have lots of music and games and food and its only on December 30th and December 31st.
Pirogi Casserole
Lentil Soup
Stewed Cabbage
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