21) Brown bears, wolves, lynxes, and chamois live in the Carpathian Mountains.
22) About 15 percent of Sweden is within the Arctic Circle.
23) Both Nicolaus Copernicus and Marie Curie were born in modern-day Poland.
24) European beavers were taken from Norway to repopulate Sweden and Finland.
25) Estonia's Great Famine was caused by cold and rainy summers and extremely cold, lengthy
26) Liechtenstein's own rulers didn't visit it for 120 years.
27) Hans Christian Anderson of Denmark wrote children's stories including The Little Mermaid, The
Princess and the Pea, The Emperor's New Clothes, Thumbelina, and The Ugly Duckling.
28) In Latvia, an apple tree represents being an orphan.
29) The Cypriot Mouflon and the Cypriot Mouse are both endemic to Cyprus.
30) The Eyes of the Mountain are lakes in the Pirin Mountains of Bulgaria.
31) Cakes called sakotis are baked in Lithuania.
32) Andorra, Liechtenstein, Monaco, San Marino, and Vatican City are all less than 100 square miles.
33) San Marino is governed by the world's oldest continuously-used constitution.
34) Ukraine is the largest country that lies entirely within Europe.
35) In Belarus, people give bread and salt as a symbol of welcome.
36) In Finland, some people fled from regions that were ceded to the Soviet Union at the end of the
37) Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart and Ludwig van Beethoven both lived in Austria during the eighteenth
38) In Armenia, musicians play the duduk.
39) A pysanky is a colorful egg traditionally created in Ukraine.
40) Venice, Italy, is built upon 117 islands.
41) The Berlin Wall divided East Berlin from the rest of Germany for 28 years.
42) The Serbian monarchs were once crowned in the Church of Saint Apostles Peter and Paul.
43) The Apostle Paul was shipwrecked on Malta.