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Europa can refer to:

1) Europa: The name for the continent of Europe in many European languages; including German, Spanish and Italian. The continent of Europe is often cited as the birthplace of Western culture.
2) Europa: The second innermost of the Galilean moons of Jupiter
3) Europa: The Phoenician princess who, according to legend, gave Europe its name.



See also

Europa has more than one meaning. As such, this article is merely a disambiguation page, listing articles associated with Europa.

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