Below is an interactive map of the 22 countries that make up Eastern Europe providing a snapshot of, and interesting facts about, each of the counties. If you want a fast and interesting geography lesson then this is it!
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The introduction goes on to say:
The Eastern European region is filled with many unique cultures and histories. Since the collapse of the Soviet Union some 30 years ago, the countries of this region have labored, struggled and fought to establish their own political and economic identities. The region is resource-rich but in need of the necessary infrastructure and political stability to fully develop its potential.
Click on the camera to reveal information about each country.
Paper money was first used by the Chinese during the Tang Dynasty in 806 AD–500 years before Europe began printing money in the 17th century. It would be another 100 years before America started circulating a national paper currency…. How familiar are you with banknotes from around the world?