well the leader of Europe raped the leader of Asia's daughter causing asians to create their own culture I hope this helped you! =]
The Vikings were seagoing Norse people. They mixed with the Anglo-Saxons to become the modern English and with the people of northern France to become the Normans.
There are way too many cultures to name. There are hundreds and hundreds, perhaps thousands, of cultures in Europe. There is the English culture, the Italian, the French, the …Basque, the Greek, the German, the Flemish, the Sámi, etc. There are way too many cultures to name. There are hundreds and hundreds, perhaps thousands, of cultures in Europe. There is the English culture, the Italian, the French, the Basque, the Greek, the German, the Flemish, the Sámi, etc.
This is tough to answer as there are regional cultures, traditional cultures, modernized cultures, etc. In the most broadest sense, they could be labeled with a culture that i…s Northern European or European in general. Northern European countries are described as Nordic and all share this culture, too. In addition, they could all be considered to have a Scandinavian culture, even though not every country in Northern Europe is a part of Scandinavia. Furthermore, you could go by nation claiming that Sweden has a Swedish culture, Norway a Norwegian one, etc.
Well, several countries within Europe share similar cultures, usually distinct to a region. For example, the culture of the Nordic countries are very much alike, as well as th…e culture of Russia and its past Soviet states (mostly Belarus and the Ukraine).
There are way too many cultures in Europe to name, because there is not just one. There are hundreds and hundreds, perhaps thousands, of cultures in Europe. There is the Engli…sh culture, the Italian, the French, the Basque, the Greek, the German, the Flemish, the Sámi, etc. Each culture has different aspects and no two are the same.
i think its russia
The most famous are probably the Italian and French cuisines. Italian food has old roots and still today, it's probably one of the most widely spread food cultures around th…e world. German and Spanish food are also very popular. Greek food is unique and very famous as well.
It's a cultural crossroad, it is also between two different continents: Europe and Asia
they are brave and gracefull.
France and Spain are the places in Europe where the Basque culture can be found. Specifically, the Basque people engage in economic activities which are typical of the regio…n: crafts, farming, fishing, herding, manufacturing, and tourism. But they exhibit distinct cultural differences which are epitomized in their language. The Basque language remains unrelated to any other language in the world even though scholars have suggested links with languages such as Georgian within Eurasia's Caucasus.
There are many cultures in Europe, or in any country in Europe, much too many to name. But the most common, generic cultures would be identified in the regions of Europe. Scan…dinavia, Western Europe, Southern Europe, Central Europe, and Eastern Europe. Most of these cultures are drastically different. For example take Western and Eastern Europe. Western Europe's culture is modernized, technological, urban, etc. while Eastern Europe's still remains agricultural, less advanced, native, etc.
Yes, of course! Europe is considered the melting pot of the world, meaning it has many cultures (native or immigrant).
It is generally considered physical. It is not cultural since culture is not restricted by physical geography.
First and foremost it is in England, which is a country in Europe. It can also be found to a lesser extent in other countries. The English language is spoken by many people ac…ross Europe and there are also English people living around Europe and so they bring some English culture with them. You will find things like English-themed pubs in different European countries. You will hear music and see tv programmes and sport from England in other countries in Europe.