The historical geography of Europe is a field of science that studies the changes in the geographical space of Europe over the course of history.

Cannes France

Cannes (France)

Cannes is a city in southeastern France, located on the shores of the Mediterranean Sea, in the Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur region. The city is famous for its resorts, beautiful beaches, cultural events and the famous film festival. Every year in May, Cannes hosts the Cannes Film Festival, where new films are presented and the best films …

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Bilbao Spain

Bilbao (Spain)

Bilbao is a city in northern Spain, located in the Basque region. It is the largest city in the province of Biscayne and an important center of industry, culture and art. One of the most famous symbols of Bilbao is the Guggenheim Museum, which was built in 1997 and became an iconic building for the …

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Tbilisi Georgia

Tbilisi (Georgia)

Tbilisi is the capital and largest city of Georgia. It is located on the banks of the Kura River, in the southeast of the country, and has a population of about 1.1 million people. History Tbilisi, the capital and the largest city of Georgia, is located 8 area of the most ancient sites on the …

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Lake Leman

Lake Geneva

Lake Geneva is the largest lake in western Central Europe, located on the border of Switzerland and France. The lake has a semi-circle shape and an area of about 580 square kilometers. Its length is about 72 kilometers and maximum depth is more than 300 meters. Lake Lehman is famous for its beauty and is …

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Volga River

Volga River

The Volga is of great importance to Russian culture and history. The river is mentioned in Russian folk songs, poetry and literature, and its banks are home to many historical and cultural monuments. Europe’s longest river The Volga is the largest and longest river in the Russian Plain and the longest river in Europe. The …

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The Bosphorus is the strait that connects the Sea of Marmara and the Black Sea, separating Europe from Asia. It extends for 30 kilometers and is 700 meters to 3.7 kilometers wide. The Bosporus is one of the most important straits in the world, as it serves as a key route for transporting oil and …

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Tabernas Desert

Tabernas Desert

Photo of the Tabernas Desert: bare rocks under the sun that first turned the earth into salt. The Tabernas Desert has been depicted in many movies about the Wild West. Almeria Desert The Campo de Tabernas, Europe’s only desert, is deep in the eastern part of the Casta de Almería coast. 8 million years ago, …

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Glasgow (Scotland)

In the area of the present city of Glasgow people began to live at least since the Neolithic period. Later the Celts settled here and called the area “Glasgow” (in translation from one of the now defunct Celtic languages, Cambrian, it means “Green Valley”). The Romans also visited the region: on one of the suburbs …

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Balearic Sea

Balearic Sea

The photo shows a section of the Spanish coast of the Balearic Sea in the region of Catalonia. Luxurious villas of traditionally white color nestled on the slopes of the cliffs – higher up, so that the waves of high surf do not reach. Geography Politically and administratively, the border of the Balearic Sea is …

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