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Added new layout to the article, which should make it easy to contribute in sections.  [[User:Karajou|Karajou]] 17:33, 9 October 2007 (EDT)
 
Added new layout to the article, which should make it easy to contribute in sections.  [[User:Karajou|Karajou]] 17:33, 9 October 2007 (EDT)
  
== "as well as sparking wars and conflicts which exist to this day. " ==
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== Sounds too much like it's a country ==
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This article reads very much like Europe is a country. It should really be re-written. For instance, it talks about the average age of Europeans being so and so much. I've read it differs alot between countries.
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Also, politics differ alot between the countries.
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I feel there are alot of people in the United States who think Europe is one country. Shouldn't we inform them that's it's just a continent?
  
and america doesn't? [[User:Helloskitty|Helloskitty]] 14:13, 15 May 2009 (EDT)
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== Muslim population ==
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The article says there are 15 million Muslims in Europe and I was wondering where that number was gotten from. Is it referring to just the EU? I've seen estimates range from 20-100 million depending on what sources/if Turkey is included or not. 15 seems a little low? {{unsigned|AdamV }}
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:Here is a good lead for you to follow...[http://islamineurope.blogspot.com/2007/11/muslim-population-in-european-cities.html].  I agree with what you say....way too low a figure. Please don't forget to sign with the button up in the edit panel, or using four "~" --<big>[[User:TK|'''ṬK''']]</big><sub>/Admin</sub><sup>[[User_Talk:TK|/Talk]]</sup> 21:44, 22 November 2010 (EST)
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Oh sorry, not used to saying anything on talk pages. Finding a reliable number seems really tricky though, lots of contradictions/variance
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[[User:AdamV|AdamV]] 23:43, 24 November 2010 (EST)
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== Tallest Mountain ==
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The article states that Mt Elbrus is the tallest mountain in Europe. However, Elbrus is located in South-East Russia, which is often classed as Asia rather than Europe- hence why Mont Blanc is also sometimes called the tallest mountain in Europe. Perhaps this article should give special mention to Mont Blanc alongside Elbrus?

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Added new layout to the article, which should make it easy to contribute in sections. Karajou 17:33, 9 October 2007 (EDT)

Sounds too much like it's a country

This article reads very much like Europe is a country. It should really be re-written. For instance, it talks about the average age of Europeans being so and so much. I've read it differs alot between countries. Also, politics differ alot between the countries. I feel there are alot of people in the United States who think Europe is one country. Shouldn't we inform them that's it's just a continent?

Muslim population

The article says there are 15 million Muslims in Europe and I was wondering where that number was gotten from. Is it referring to just the EU? I've seen estimates range from 20-100 million depending on what sources/if Turkey is included or not. 15 seems a little low? —The preceding unsigned comment was added by AdamV (talk)

Here is a good lead for you to follow...[1]. I agree with what you say....way too low a figure. Please don't forget to sign with the button up in the edit panel, or using four "~" --ṬK/Admin/Talk 21:44, 22 November 2010 (EST)

Oh sorry, not used to saying anything on talk pages. Finding a reliable number seems really tricky though, lots of contradictions/variance AdamV 23:43, 24 November 2010 (EST)

Tallest Mountain

The article states that Mt Elbrus is the tallest mountain in Europe. However, Elbrus is located in South-East Russia, which is often classed as Asia rather than Europe- hence why Mont Blanc is also sometimes called the tallest mountain in Europe. Perhaps this article should give special mention to Mont Blanc alongside Elbrus?