- 1 Which of the following countries was part of the group that initiated the European Union?
- 2 Which of the countries in northern Europe have benefited the most from North Sea oil?
- 3 What is the Mediterranean island contested by both Greece and Turkey?
- 4 Where is Italy’s economic core located?
- 5 Which countries are not in the EU?
- 6 What was the main goal of European Coal and Steel Community?
- 7 Which subregion is the industrial heartland of Europe?
- 8 Which city in northern Europe serves as a break of bulk or entrepot city?
- 9 Which of the following is the Northern Europe largest country in terms?
- 10 Is Turkey better than Greece?
- 11 Which Greek island is closest to Turkey?
- 12 Is Cyprus Europe or Asia?
- 13 Where do the rich live in Italy?
- 14 Why is Italy so rich?
- 15 What is the most common job in Italy?
Which of the following countries was part of the group that initiated the European Union?
As of 1950, the European Coal and Steel Community begins to unite European countries economically and politically in order to secure lasting peace. The six founding countries are Belgium, France, Germany, Italy, Luxembourg and the Netherlands. The 1950s are dominated by a cold war between east and west.
Which of the countries in northern Europe have benefited the most from North Sea oil?
Norway has been benefiting from the enormous oil and natural gas reserves under the North Sea.
What is the Mediterranean island contested by both Greece and Turkey?
listen)), officially called the Republic of Cyprus, is an island nation in the eastern Mediterranean Sea. It is the third largest and third most populous island in the Mediterranean, and is located south of Turkey; west of Syria; northwest of Lebanon, Israel and Palestine; north of Egypt; and southeast of Greece.
Where is Italy’s economic core located?
Italy has the most industrialized economy in Southern Europe. Milan is not only the country’s industrial and economic center, but also its financial and service industry headquarters.
Which countries are not in the EU?
The European countries that are not members of the EU:
- Bosnia and Herzegovina**
What was the main goal of European Coal and Steel Community?
The aim of the treaty, as stated in its Article 2, was to contribute, through the common market for coal and steel, to economic expansion, employment and better living standards.
Which subregion is the industrial heartland of Europe?
Western Europe, is the industrial heartland of Europe, and is the core of its economic power, with a total population around 187 million. This area covers Belgium, France, Germany, Luxembourg, the Netherlands, the Republic of Ireland, and the United Kingdom.
Which city in northern Europe serves as a break of bulk or entrepot city?
Chapter 1 “Europe”
|Which Norden city serves as a break of bulk, or entrepôt, city?||Copenhagen|
|Finland lost significant territories to:||Russia|
|___________ has more in common with Finland than the other two Baltic states and is thus included as part of Northern Europe||Estonia|
Which of the following is the Northern Europe largest country in terms?
Located on a whopping 6.6 million square miles of land, Russia is by far the largest country by land mass in Europe, and in the world. BUT Russia extends across northern Asia as well as northern Europe.
Is Turkey better than Greece?
However, Turkey has the advantage of Eastern appeal, and it’s older cities are just as charming as Greece. Even though Greece is a wealthier country, both Greece and Turkey are well kept and clean in urban areas. What is the most beautiful part of Greece and Turkey?
Which Greek island is closest to Turkey?
Samos is a Greek island closer to Turkey (70km from Izmir) than to the mainland of Greece.
Is Cyprus Europe or Asia?
Cyprus is an island nation in the eastern Mediterranean Sea. Technically Cyprus is located in Asia but it is often considered to be culturally and politically a part of Europe and it has been in the European Union since 2004. Cyprus is a divided island but only the Republic of Cyprus is internationally recognized.
Where do the rich live in Italy?
Milan is wealthiest city in Italy, with residents earning an average yearly income of €36,252, followed by Rome with €30,543, according to figures from the Ministry of Economy.
Why is Italy so rich?
Furthermore, the advanced country private wealth is one of the largest in the world. Italy is a large manufacturer (overall the second in EU behind Germany) and exporter of a significant variety of products including machinery, vehicles, pharmaceuticals, furniture, food, clothing, and robots.
What is the most common job in Italy?
Some of the most common jobs in Italy include maintenance workers, truck drivers, groundskeepers, healthcare occupations, assemblers, childcare workers and carpenters.