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Emigration within Europe

Europe is a continent with many different cultures. Across the different countries of Europe, some of the best education systems in the world can be found, and the healthcare of some European countries is also among the leaders. Economic opportunities and possibilities await immigrants, as do the picturesque landscapes and different climates of each country.

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The inhabitants of Europe

Across the continent, millions of people live, many of them belonging to the original cultural groups of Europe. Among them are the Slavic peoples of Eastern Europe, which include, for example, Russians, Poles, Ukrainians, Czechs, Slovaks, Serbs, Bulgarians and Croats. Romance peoples are also numerous in Europe, including, for example, Spaniards, Italians, Portuguese, French and Romanians. Germanic peoples also play a major role in Europe, including Germans, Swedes, Norwegians, Danes, Dutch and Austrians.

Each people brings its own traditions and customs, making Europe a cultural experience for everyone.

The climate of Europe

The climate of the continent is very diverse. The different climatic zones include, for example:

  • Temperate maritime climate: This climate is most common in Western Europe, including Great Britain, Ireland, France, the Netherlands, Belgium, and parts of Germany. Winters are mild and summers are not extremely hot. Precipitation is relatively evenly distributed throughout the year.
  • Continental climate: A continental climate prevails in Central Europe, including countries such as Germany, Poland, the Czech Republic, Hungary and Austria. Summers can be hot and winters cold, with significant temperature differences between seasons. Precipitation is more frequent in summer than in winter.
  • Mediterranean climate: Typical of regions around the Mediterranean Sea, such as Spain, Portugal, Italy, Greece and parts of southern France. The Mediterranean climate is characterized by hot, dry summers and mild, humid winters.
  • Subarctic climate: In the northern regions of Europe, such as Scandinavia and Russia, a subarctic climate prevails. Winters are long, cold and dark, while summers are short and cool.
  • Polar climate: A polar climate prevails on the Arctic islands and coasts in the north of Norway, Sweden, Finland and Russia. It is cold here all year round, and the winters are extremely long and dark.
  • Mountain climate: In the mountainous regions of Europe, such as the Alps and the Pyrenees, a mountain climate prevails. Temperatures decrease with altitude, and there are often strong local weather changes

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