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Europe -Overview
Europe is a continent whose boundaries are generally regarded as being: the Atlantic Ocean in the west, the Arctic Ocean to the north, the Ural Mountains and Ural River (or Emba River) in the east, the Caspian Sea, Caucasus mountains (or the Kuma-Manych Depression) and Black Sea in the southeast, and the Mediterranean Sea to the south. Together with Asia, Europe forms the supercontinent Eurasia, of which Europe is the western fifth.
In terms of area, Europe is the world's second smallest continent, with an area of 10,400,000 km (4,000,000 square miles), making it slightly larger than Australia.
In terms of population it is the third largest continent after Asia and Africa. The population of Europe in 2001 was estimated to be 666,498,000: roughly one seventh of the world's population.Geographically Europe is a part of the larger landmass known as Eurasia. The continent begins at the Ural Mountains in Russia, which defines Europe's eastern boundary with Asia. The boundary with Asia continues along the Ural River, and the Caucasus Mountains to the south.
In practice the borders of Europe are often drawn with greater regard to political, economic, and other cultural considerations. This has led to there being several different "Europes" that are not always identical in size, including or excluding countries according to the definition of "Europe" used.
The idea of a European "continent" is not universally held. Some non-European geographical texts refer to a Eurasian Continent, or to a European "sub-continent", given that "Europe" is not surrounded by sea and is, in any case, much more a cultural than a geographically definable area. In the past concepts such as "Christendom" were deemed more important.
Increasingly, the word "Europe" is being used as a synonym for the European Union (EU) and its member states. 25 European states currently belong to the EU. A number of other European states are negotiating for membership and several more are expected to begin negotiations in the future. Almost all European states are members of the Council of Europe, the exceptions being Belarus, the Holy See (Vatican City), Kazakhstan, and Monaco.
Europe has a long history of great cultural and economic achievement, starting as far back as the Bronze Age. The origin of Western culture is generally attributed to the ancient Greeks, and the Roman Empire spanned the entire continent for many centuries. Following the decline of the Roman Empire, Europe entered a long period of stasis, referred to by enlightenment thinkers as the Dark Ages and by most modern historians, the Middle Ages. During this time isolated monastic communities in Ireland and elsewhere carefully safeguarded and compiled knowledge accumulated previously. The Dark Ages came to an end with the Renaissance and the New Monarchs, marking the start of a period of discovery, exploration, and increase in scientific knowledge. From the 15th century European nations, particularly Spain, Portugal, France, the Netherlands and Britain, built large colonial empires, with vast holdings in Africa, the Americas, and Asia. The Industrial Revolution started in Europe in the 18th century, leading to much greater general prosperity and a corresponding increase in population. Many of the states in Europe took their present form in the aftermath of World War I. After World War II, and until the end of the Cold War, Europe was divided into two major political and economic blocks: Communist nations in Eastern Europe and capitalistic countries in Western Europe. Around 1990 the Eastern block broke up.
In 1974, the European Parliament adopted an initial resolution which mentioned the need for Community action in the cultural sphere, particularly action to protect cultural heritage. Since 1993, the Treaty establishing the European Community has provided a legal basis specifically for activities concerning the preservation and enhancement of cultural heritage. Article 151 of the Treaty stipulates that the Community must support and supplement action by the Member States in order to conserve and safeguard cultural heritage of European significance. The action initially taken by the Community was limited to supporting the restoration of "built heritage", such as the Acropolis in Athens and the Chiado historic centre in Lisbon. Since then, the Community has taken action with regard to movable and immovable heritage (museums, collections, libraries and archives); archaeological and architectural heritage; natural heritage (landscapes and sites of natural interest); linguistic and gastronomic heritage, and traditional occupations. Community action of this kind deals with both the cultural and economic aspects of heritage.
The relationship between state and church in Europe is extraordinarily complex and multifarious.The current situation is the result of a development that started from an almost total hegemony of the Roman Catholic Church in the late Middle Ages. Since then, as a result of reformation and secularization, the influence not only of the churches but also of religion in general has greatly decreased. This process took place with differing speeds and continuities in the various national states that were established in this period. Thats why the conditions are so different among the European countries today.
In a typical European country there is one large church, superior in numbers, which was closely tied to the state until the 20th century, or which may still be closely tied today.
Generally, the Catholic Church is predominant in southern Europe, while Protestant, national churches are predominant in northern Europe (Ireland being an exception). Germany takes an intermediate position, and is also an exception to the rule: here the Catholic and the Protestant churches are almost equally strong.
In southern, traditionally Catholic countries like Spain and Italy the Catholic Church still has an important position, but not to the same extent it had some decades ago. Secularization has had its impact on these countries; it also had its effect on the relationship between state and church. The concordats, for example, that had been signed by the fascist regimes of Italy and Spain and the Vatican have been partially revised.
If we look at the northern European counterpart, the five Scandinavian countries, we see Protestant national state churches. The relevance of these churches has greatly decreased - even more than the Catholic Church in southern Europe - but the state/church structures prove to be very persistent. Only Sweden has abolished its state church, and that only became effective in 2000.
One of the leading nations in the separation of state and church is France, which established an almost complete separation with the act of 1905. However, it should be noted that this act does not apply to the three districts of France that had been part of Germany in 1905.
In the matter of separation of state and church, Germany is among those countries that are most behind the times. One example is that the concordat between Germany and the Vatican, signed in 1933 shortly after the Nazis came to power, is still in effect.
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