Talk:Atlas of Europe

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Most of these maps are "EU-centric", meaning that parts of Russia, Ukraïna, Kazakhs... whatever... and Caucasus is missing. As regards to history, it's important to have a "geology" (Baltica) overview over Europe, since many important events, such as Gothic, Hunnic, Mongol and other expansions had a large impact on non-Russian Europe too. Wish list: more maps covering the entire Europe. Rursus 05:16, 9 June 2008 (UTC)