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  1. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › New_ZealandNew Zealand - Wikipedia

    Aug 10, 2022 · Early European maps labelled the islands North (North Island), Middle (South Island) and South ( Stewart Island / Rakiura ). [23] In 1830, mapmakers began to use "North" and "South" on their maps to distinguish the two largest islands, and by 1907 this was the accepted norm. [17]

  2. Aug 08, 2022 · Human origins researchers have generally agreed that between 300,000 and 40,000 years ago, Neanderthals and their ancestors occupied Europe. From time to time during that period, they had contact ...

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    2 days ago · Budapest is the most populous city in Hungary and one of the largest cities in the European Union, with a growing number of inhabitants, estimated at 1,763,913 in 2019, [142] whereby inward migration exceeds outward migration. [13]

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    • Lowest (Danube) 96 m, Highest (János Hill) 527 m (315 to 1,729 ft)
  5. Aug 10, 2022 · Black and White. Surface pressure charts showing pressure and weather fronts are provided up to five days ahead for Europe and the North East Atlantic. We do not have a text alternative for our surface pressure charts. However, you can view our UK 5 day forecast for an overview of the national conditions here.

  6. 2 days ago · Brazil, Argentina, United States, France, Colombia, Canada, Peru, Uruguay, Australia, Venezuela, Germany, Switzerland, United Kingdom, Belgium, Chile and Paraguay Languages Italian, other languages of Italy, English, French, Spanish, Portuguese and German Religion Christianity (predominantly Catholicism) [2] Related ethnic groups

  7. Aug 08, 2022 · The Celts lived across most of Europe during the Iron Age. Several hundred years before Julius Caesar, they occupied many parts of central and western Europe, especially what are now Austria, Switzerland, southern France and Spain. Over several years, in wave after wave, they spread outwards, taking over France and Belgium, and crossing to Britain.

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