In the European Union there are centrifugal forces that divide people. One example of a centrifugal force is that not all countries have adopted the the euro. There are five countries that decided to keep their own currency and did not adopt the euro. The countries that did not adopt the euro are Bulgaria, Romania, Poland, United Kingdom, and Sweden. This means it is harder to exchange money when traveling from country to country. Another centrifugal force that divides people is language. In the European Union there are more than 20 different languages. When a person travels into another country it makes communicating difficult and that does not bring people together. While the European Union was created to bring people together there are still centrifugal forces in the Union that pull people apart.