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What is the culture for Europe?
Its Eastern Europe. =D
Even though Muslims did conquer Spain, the reason that Muslim culture spread to Europe was because Islam, was in a very good location for trade. They were surrounded by ma…ny bodies of water (for boats to come in and trade). They were also surrounded by three continents (for people to come in and trade by foot or caravan). People from Europe came in to trade and encountered many Muslims. These European traders came in touch with many things that Muslims did as part of their culture. They then decided on their own to convert. These caused the spread of Muslim culture to Europe!
The Russians had adopted the EasternOrthodox branch of Christianity. Western Europeans werenmostly Catholics or Protestants, and the Russians viewed them as heretics and a…voided them.
Slavic culture has really modernized since the 1900s. It has picked up Western values in some places, but strong, historical Slavic culture still thrives mainly in the farmlan…ds. Here, food, dressing, homes, etc. are all usually of typical Slavic style. In the major cities, there is still typical Slavic style, but it lives in harmony with Western values as well.
Europe is a melting pot of cultures. Europe itself is full of many native groups ranging from national groups (British, Russian, French, Greek, German, etc.) to regional group…s (Celtic, Basque, Sicilian, Corsican, Scottish, etc.). Europe is also the number one immigration destination in the world. People from all over the world migrate to Europe, ranging from Americans to Brazilians to Kenyans to Japanese to Fijians. Almost every culture could be found in Europe at a large or small scale. This is why Europe is culturally diverse.
1. The classical heritage of Rome 2. The beliefs of the Roman Catholic Church 3. The customs of various Germanic tribes
They have brought some of Western Europe's countries population up. And they have brought their own culture with them. So the cultures mixed.
Traders, nomads, migrants, and armies have been passing through between Europe and Asia for manyy manyy years.
It stimulated the education of the masses by providing mass produced reading materials such as fliers, newspapers, and books.
Various cultures cross paths when traveling through Europe and Asia. Many powers have tried to control it.
Generally the European people is too busy to think in their history, and the history of Europe is very very complex... but exciting!