There was a mysterious culture in Eastern Europe between 5,500 to 2,700 BC which constructed sophisticated, organized, densely-populated settlements – only to burn them to the ground every 60-80 years to rebuild the same settlement as before.
The borders between Belgium and the Netherlands are so complex that many buildings have an international border running right through them. A bank was built on top of the border so paperwork was moved from one side of the building to the other whenever one nationality’s tax inspectors came.
Europe was much bigger, with a massive area of land connecting England, France, Denmark and Germany as recently as 8,000 BC. The landmass was submerged by one of the largest landslides and tsunamis known.
In many European countries they have “Social Supermarkets” that allow the poor to buy discarded goods from normal supermarkets at very cheap prices.
The bridges and gates that are displayed on euro banknotes do not represent real buildings. They are made up so that every country can relate.
Because of noise ordinance laws in Europe, club owners have created “silent disco’s” where club goers listen to music through headphones.
There were Lions in the wild in Europe until 100 CE.