Western Europe By: Calie Ferris, Britney Joos, and BLASE Masters

Western Europe is an unique region with many different countries. The region, which has a long history, includes world-famous cities, such as Paris (48.8566° N, 2.3522° E) and Rome (41.9028° N, 12.4964° E), and a landscape of rolling farmland, high mountains, and a beautiful coastline.

Western Europe is the blue region.
Countries in Western Europe include Ireland, The United Kingdom, Belgium, France, Andorra, Portugal, Spain, Gibraltar, Monaco, Malta, Italy, San Marion, Switzerland, Liechtenstein, Luxembourg, Germany, Denmark, The Netherlands, and Scotland.
Western Europe has a population of 397.5 million people. The largest populated country in Western Europe is Germany with 82.63 million people, followed by France and The United Kingdom.
The Alps Mountains is a mountain range that runs through eight countries in Western Europe, mostly in Switzerland and Austria.
There are numerous famous places in Western Europe to visit. Some of the most famous, include The Eiffel Tower, The Leaning Tower of Pisa, Big Ben, The London Eye, The Louvre, and Stonehenge.
Vineyards in Western Europe are very popular. France and Italy have the highest number of vineyards in the world.
The Channel Tunnel is a famous man-maid underwater tunnel that runs form France to England.
Muslim networks and movement in Western Europe have increased over the past two decades. There are now about 17.5 million Muslims living in Western Europe.


Created with images by milan.boers - "Yet Another Eiffel Tower" • Steve Slater (used to be Wildlife Encounters) - "The leaning tower of Pisa" • nnqooh - "big ben united kingdom london" • marcelapessoa - "london europe tourism" • derwiki - "louvre glass pyramid paris" • diego_torres - "stonehenge monument stones"

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