- World War II - European Theatre
Learn about the European battles of World War II on this helpful website, which also includes photographs and historical information about many important battles.
- EUROPA - Gateway to the European Union
This is the official website of the European Union (EU). It describes what the EU is, what is does, and what a European Union citizen's rights are. The website also presents news from EU countries. All languages served by the EU are available on this site.
- The European Patent Office
The EPO provides a uniform patent application procedure for individual inventors and companies that protects the owner in 37 countries. It lists publications, events, and job openings. On the homepage is a guide to apply for a patent. Users can search in several languages. There is also a section called Topics where users can find out more about patents and legislation relating to them.
- History of Europe
Europe is one of the most diverse continents in the world, comprising more than 40 languages and 40 countries, each with their own unique culture and history.
EURid is the European Registry of Internet Domain Names. Eu domain names are available to any person or organization in the European Union. There are approximately 2.5 million eu names to date. Users can find out the history of the EURid, apply for a site, and search for other eu sites on this website.
- Newfoundland and Labrador
Vikings from Iceland and Greenland arrived on the island of Newfoundland creating the first European settlement in North America. It quickly became known for its abundance of cod fish.
- World Currencies
This website gives a brief detail about world currencies and exchange rates. Information about the European Central Bank and other related topics is included.
- Map Of Europe
The European continent is home to over 40 countries. It is bounded to the west by the Atlantic Ocean, to the south by the Mediterranean and Black Seas, to the east by Asia, and to the north by the Arctic Ocean.
- Italy Relief Map
This relief map of Italy also includes information about the European country and links to a locator map and travel guide for planning your vacation.
- Russia Relief Map
Russia occupies the entire area of northern Asia and a portion of northeastern Europe. The Ural Mountains divide European Russia in the west from the Siberian Plain located in the east.
- I&C School of Computer and Communication SCI
The school, part of the Ecole Polytechnique Federale de Lausanne is located in Lausanne, Switzerland. It is one of the major European centers of teaching and research in information technology. The school has about 1000 students at all levels and a faculty of 40. There is also information in French about applying.
The members of The European Research Consortium for Informatics and Mathematics are leading research organizations from 18 countries in Europe. Their aim is to foster collaborative work between people in the fields of applied mathematics and computer science. The website is a guide to the various projects and events of the organization.
- Geographia - Denmark
A millennium ago, Denmark's peninsular location at the heart of four European regions made it an ideal base for seafaring Vikings. Today, Denmark is a fascinating crossroads of culture, history, and commerce.
SAP is the largest European software company, located in Waldorff, Germany. It has more than 38,000 clients worldwide. It provides solutions to businesses of all sizes with programs such as Enterprise Resource Planning, Business Information Warehouse, Customer Relationship Management and much more, all described and supported on the website.
This is a web hosting service founded in 2003 and headquartered in Houston, Texas. They currently host more than 100,000 domains in the U.S. and European Union. The website offers details about an inexpensive package that includes a free domain, 99.9% server uptime, 24/7 customer service, free blog application, and much more. Also on the site are testimonials and news.
- Cape Town, South Africa
Located on the Western Cape of South Africa, Cape Town was developed as a supply station for the Dutch East India Company. It was established in 1652 by Jan van Riebeeck as the first permanent European settlement in South Africa.