30 Weird, Funny, And Interesting European Things Shared In This Online Group

Published 3 years ago

With over 40 different countries spread across a rather small plot of land, compared to other continents, Europe is truly a place of contrasts. Each country has its own unique traditions, history, and language, ensuring that no two places you visit will ever be the same. In fact, someone even started a whole subreddit that’s dedicated to the uniqueness of Europe, and it’s pretty fascinating.

The r/Europe subreddit has nearly 3 million members who regularly share all of the weird, funny, and interesting things spotted in Europe, and they will prove to you that it’s a continent like no other. Check out some of the most fascinating things shared in this subreddit in the gallery below!

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#1 A Bridge For Wildlife To Cross The Road In Veluwe, The Netherlands

Image source: omermeijk

#2 This Is Jean-Baptiste Kempf, The Creator Of The Vlc Media Player, He Refused Tens Of Millions Of Euros In Order To Keep Vlc Ads-Free. Merci, Jean!

Image source: CopperOtter

#3 Belarus People React To Lukashenko’s Prohibition Of Pro-Democratic Flags

Image source: Massimo24ore

#4 In Poland, We Are Slowly Getting Rid Of Advertisements And Billboards Madness

Image source: Irlfit

#5 London, UK

Image source: Spisepinne

#6 Today 20 Years Ago At The Strike Of Midnight, The Mayor Of Amsterdam Married 4 Gay Couples As The Netherlands Became The First Country In The World To Legalise Same-Sex Marriage

Image source: NorthbyNinaWest

#7 In Wroclaw, Poland Each Cathedral And Even The Rivers Have A Tactile Model Nearby For Blind People To See Them Too

Image source: zushini

#8 She (Sanna Marin) Is The New 34 Years Old Prime Minister Of Finland

Image source: aripp

#9 The Devil’s Bridge (Rakotzbrücke) In Kromlau, Germany

Image source: Hjaaal

#10 Medieval House Built In 1509 In Argentan, Orne, France

Image source: vincentski

#11 Tesco In Slovakia Opened With Empty Shelves. They Wanted To Show Their Customers How It Would Look Like If All Bees And Butterflies Would Become Extinct

Image source: adelkaloc

#12 Trinity College In Dublin, Ireland

Image source: PR0CR45T184T0R

#13 The True Heroes Of Greece At This Moment. Firefighters Sleep Exhausted After An Intense Night Fighting The Biggest Wildfire Of Attica In Decades

Image source: thestoicnutcracker

#14 Merkel Calling Out Bulgarian Prime Minister Boyko Borisov For Wearing Mask Wrong

Image source: AdmirableFlow

#15 Polish Women Fighting For Their Rights!

Image source: rickk79

#16 The Sentiment In Scotland Is One I Fully Agree With

Image source: daneelr_olivaw

#17 Utrecht, The Netherlands

Image source: Vucea

#18 The Netherlands Looks Like An Old Master’s Painting This Weekend

Image source: PanEuropeanism

#19 ‘bear And Raven’ Is The Finnish Nature Picture Of The Year

Image source: Pontus_Pilates

#20 Blood Moon In This Morning. Finland

Image source: reddit.com

#21 Vilnius Has Put Up A Statue That Offers A “Portal” To The Polish City Of Lublin, Allowing People To See Each Other In Real Time

Image source: verylateish

#22 Neo-Gothic Apartment House In Budapest, Hungary. Built Around 1894

Image source: PR0CR45T184T0R

#23 Traditional Gowns And Braids Of The Pomak Village Of Startsevo, Bulgaria

Image source: AxelAbraxas

#24 In 2018, Annamaria Horvathova, A Roma Girl From Slovakia Won A Running Race Wearing Just Ballerinas On Her Feet. Last Week, She Became A 1500m Champion Of Slovakia In Her Age Group

Image source: walkie_stalkie

#25 Meanwhile In Germany

Image source: allllllli-babbba

#26 Newly Discovered Just Outside Of Verona, What Could Be This Year’s Biggest Discovery – An Almost Entirely Intact Roman Mosaic Villa Floor!

Image source: Porodicnostablo

#27 The Statue Of Jakub Wejher, The Founder Of A Polish Town Wejherowo, Looks Like Darth Vader When It’s Snowing

Image source: FunbaRlow

#28 Christmas Market 2019, Dresden, Germany

Image source: filosoful

#29 Us Embassy In Berlin Today

Image source: linknewtab

#30 Oldest Door Still In Use In Rome, At The Pantheon. Cast In Bronze For Emperor Hadrian’s Rebuilding, It Dates From About 115 Ad. Each Door Is Solid Bronze 2.3 M Wide & 7.5 M High, Yet So Well Balanced They Can Be Pushed Or Pulled Open Easily By One Person

Image source: capcaunul

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One day, this guy just kind of figured - "I spend most of my time on the internet anyway, why not turn it into a profession?" - and he did! Now he not only gets to browse the latest cat videos and fresh memes every day but also shares them with people all over the world, making sure they stay up to date with everything that's trending on the web. Some things that always pique his interest are old technologies, literature and all sorts of odd vintage goodness. So if you find something that's too bizarre not to share, make sure to hit him up!

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