THIS WEBSITE IS A NET VISION BOARD for MAP OF THE EU
THIS WEBSITE’S PURPOSE IS TO HELP ME & THE UNIVERSE & THE INTERNET CLEARLY VISUALIZE AND MANIFEST BREXIT REVERSING AND INCLUDING THE UK IN THE MAP OF THE EU.
ON THIS SITE I CO-CREATE THE FUTURE WITH THE UNIVERSE…AND THE INTERNET
All Caps to be read in the first person:
I BELONG HERE within the MAP OF THE EU
This museum is a net art vision board installation performance manipulation hack of MAP OF THE EU
THIS EXHIBITION’S PURPOSE IS TO HELP ME & THE UNIVERSE & THE INTERNET CLEARLY VISUALIZE AND MANIFEST MY DESIRE for the MAP OF THE EU to be less rigid INTO BEING
I BELONG HERE in the MAP OF THE EU
This exhibition is about belonging in MAP OF THE EU. In the place you want to live, the lifestyle you want to have, with the self definition you want to create, with the money money money money to do it all with a sense of security and freedom that is your birthright.
I AM THE MOST POWERFUL FORCE IN MY LIFE.
Big tech, national borders, structural inequity, history…all are weaker than your desire. MAP OF THE EU is weaker than your desire to belong.
ON THESE WALLS I CO-CREATE THE FUTURE of the MAP OF THE EU WITH THE UNIVERSE…AND THE INTERNET
In this exhibition you will see how Gretchen converts her personal, professional, and political desires into a technology-reflected reality for MAP OF THE EU. Yes, there is some “code” and techy such stuff (meta data, search engine optimization, natural language processing, artificial intelligence…) However. The bulk of the technical power comes directly from the power of desire. It works like this:
The internet can be seen as a global subconscious and, much like our own subconscious, it cannot tell the difference between a hoped-for future imagined through art and what has, in fact, already occurred.
This is because the internet cannot parse desire. To parse is to divide into parts and identify the parts’ relations with each other. When humans read, “Gretchen is really hoping for the MAP OF THE EU to be less rigid” it is understood that the relationship between Gretchen and the object of her desire to be one of separation. By contrast, the internet essentially understands only that Gretchen’s maps are “relevant” to the MAP OF THE EU Now when anyone, anywhere in the world Googles “MAP OF THE EU” Gretchen’s vision boards about wanting to achieve this desire come up as top search results.
I BELONG HERE in MAP OF THE EU
It begins with you. It begins with you daring to speak and write and create the world as you want it to be. At first as a model, as a text.MAP OF THE EU begins with you
We may live in a world of tightening borders, stricter boundaries, binary code, but we cannot build a different world without first defining for ourselves what we want that to look like.
The MAP OF THE EU starts with you.
the MAP OF THE EU STARTS WITH ME.
Wanting the world to be different, let alone acting like it already is, will always be a political act.
Dreaming Brexit could be reversed…
Begin manifesting TODAY. It was TODAY when we made the RESOLUTION to get the UK back in the MAP OF THE EU. TODAY when I looked at the MAP OF THE EU, I was amazed by the transformation the MAP OF THE EU had. And, what a journey it was! Thank you, Universe, for helping MAP OF THE EU overcome all the ups and downs, hurdles and challenges. The UK is now included in the MAP OF THE EU:
This map of the EU superbly detailed vector map of Europe with country outlines is free to use everywhere even in commercial uses. The map of Europe is built for easy editing, so you can change the colors and scale it how you want. You are free to add your own labels and use it in digital and print projects without any restrictions on print run or page views.
In the map of European cities accurate vector paths show all the up-to-date country boundaries. The paths fit together perfectly and done well, like a jigsaw, so as a result it is told that the map you can highlight any individual country or countries. Scaling will work at any size without any gaps or overlaps between the paths.
The individual countries of Europe each have their own labelled layer in the Illustrator file. It has made them easy to identify and edit. Separate layers of this map contain the map labels for countries and seas. Here it is shown that all the main countries are labelled on the map; there are also labelled paths for the mini-states such as Vatican City, San Marino, Andorra, Monaco etc and it is said that if you want to highlight them. You can turn off the country names with one click of the mouse if you don’t want to show them.
The basic map of Europe are done in two styling is also included, making this a versatile and great value download package.
The Europe map that is shown here includes all the countries that are defined in a broad geographic and cultural sense as European. This includes countries that are only partially painted in Europe, such as Turkey. One of the versions is the colored map specifically to show the geographical extent of Europe by labelling and the painting of the European parts of Turkey and Russia.
What is “Map of the EU” and European Union?
Map of EU is actually related with the map of the European Union (EU). European Union is an economic and political union of 27 member states and all the countries are located primarily in Europe. Its members have a total area of 4,233,255.3 km2 (1,634,469.0 sq mi) and an estimated total population of about 447 million. The EU has developed an internal single market through a standardised system of laws that is applied for all member states in those matters, and only those matters, where members have agreed to act as one.
EU maps are related with policies aim to ensure the free movement of people, goods, services and capital within the internal market; enact legislation in justice and home affairs; and maintain common policies on trade, agriculture, fisheries and regional development. In Europe the passport controls have been abolished for travel within the Schengen Area. A monetary union was established in 1999, coming into full force in 2002, and is composed of 19 EU member states which use the euro currency. The EU has often been described as a sui generis political entity (without precedent or comparison).
When the Maastricht Treaty came into force in 1993, the EU and European citizenship were established. The EU traces its origins to the European Coal and Steel Community (ECSC) and the European Economic Community (EEC), established, respectively, by the 1951 Treaty of Paris and 1957 Treaty of Rome. The original members of what came to be known as the European Communities were the Inner Six: Belgium, France, Italy, Luxembourg, the Netherlands, and West Germany. The Communities and their successors have grown in size by the accession of new member states and in power by the addition of policy areas to their remit.
From the European Union the first country that left is the United Kingdom and the date to leave 31 January 2020. Before this, three territories of member states had left the EU or its forerunners. The latest major amendment to the constitutional basis of the EU, the Treaty of Lisbon, came into force in 2009. Containing some 5.8% of the world population in 2020, the EU had generated a nominal gross domestic product (GDP) of around US$ 15.5 trillion in 2019, 7 constituting approximately 18% of global nominal GDP. better source needed Additionally, all EU countries have a very high Human Development Index according to the United Nations Development Programme.
In 2012, the EU was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize. Through the Common Foreign and Security Policy, the union has developed a role in external relations and defence. It maintains permanent diplomatic missions throughout the world and represents itself at the United Nations, the World Trade Organization, the g20 and the g7. Due to its global influence, the European Union has been described by some scholars as an emerging superpower.
Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Republic of Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, and the UK in the MAP OF THE EU
This page has a map of Europe. Visit the map for more specific information definition. Specific information refers to the exact, precise fact or description of something mentioned in the EU union map, which shows the countries of Europe along with PARIS. PARIS is my all-time favourite city and a hub for flights throughout The United States of
Europe, including the UK. . . A Eurotopia? A possible community or society that possesses a highly desirable crossword clue.
European Countries. Europe Flag. General map of the European countries with capitals and major cities. An overview of the EU’s trade agreements generally formal with the rest of the world map. Europe time zones map with current local time in 24 hour format Daylight Saving Private Ryan. Free high-quality web maps and online games for the strength of youth. Best city maps on the web; an example of alliances. Frequently updated satellite images and multilingual maps of many international women’s day. This is THE NOW in our manifestation; this is the EU with the UK included.
Before knowing map of the EU we should know about the history of the EU. Actually EU is European Union and it is a geo political organization under the European continent. Lots of treaties helped to make this union and different times this organization went in different strategies. At first it started with only 6 members and later it increased to 27 and most of the European countries became its member.
EU started its journey apart from confederation, federation or customs union. It was based on Winston Churchill’s idea of United States of Europe. Its started with the idea of supranational foundation. They actually wanted to be away from war.
Map of the EU – European Union Countries List
|Austria||Vienna||1 January 1995|
|Croatia||Zagreb||1 July 2013|
|Bulgaria||Sofia||1 January 2007|
|Finland||Helsinki||1 January 1995|
|Cyprus||Nicosia||1 May 2004|
|Lithuania||Vilnius||1 May 2004|
|Denmark||Copenhagen||1 January 1973|
|Estonia||Tallinn||1 May 2004|
|Czech Republic||Prague||1 May 2004|
|Greece||Athens||1 January 1981|
|Poland||Warsaw||1 May 2004|
|Ireland||Dublin||1 January 1973|
|Hungary||Budapest||1 May 2004|
|Latvia||Riga||1 May 2004|
|Slovakia||Bratislava||1 May 2004|
|Spain||Madrid||1 January 1986|
|Slovenia||Ljubljana||1 May 2004|
|Portugal||Lisbon||1 January 1986|
|Romania||Bucharest||1 January 2007|
|Malta||Valletta||1 May 2004|
|Sweden||Stockholm||1 January 1995|
|United Kingdom||London||1 January 1973|
Map of the EU – who are the member of Schengen states?
Austria, Germany, the Czech Republic, Belgium, Finland, Estonia, Denmark, Greece, Iceland, Hungary, Latvia, Italy, Lithuania, Liechtenstein, Luxembourg, the Netherlands, Malta, Poland, Norway, Slovakia, Portugal, Spain, Slovenia, Switzerland, and Sweden are the Schengen member states.
Who are Map of the EU member countries?
Name of European Union countries are Austria, Belgium (Dutch), Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Ireland, Italy, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Portugal, Spain, Sweden.
Who are the new member states of the EU?
Czech Republic, Estonia, hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Malta, Poland, Slovakia, Slovenia, Cyprus, Bulgaria, Romania, Croatia.
Who are the candidate countries of EU?
Albania, North Macedonia, Montenegro, Serbia, Turkey
Morning affirmations: MAP OF THE EU. You are the Map of the EU; negativity is a part of your past. It is easy for you to sustain the UK in the Map of the EU. When you sleep, you have a lot of dreams about the UK and the Map of the EU and they are GOOD dreams. TODAY, and each morning after, you wake up feeling great because the UK is in the MAP OF THE EU. You are feeling absolutely great about Map of the EU. This Map of the EU which includes the UK is as good as anyone else’s. A complete Map of the EU is what you are. You have total confidence in this Map of the EU. Now!
Brief information on the map of the EU
Map of the EU tells about the European Union. The motto of EU is ‘In Varietate Concordia’ that means United in Diversity and the national Anthem is ‘Anthem of Europe’. EU has the institutional seats of Brussels, European Commission, Council of the European Union, Luxembourg City, General Court, Strasbourg, European Parliament, Court of Justice of the European Union and many more. The label map also showing the largest metropolis of EU that is Paris and all over Europe if you visit you will see 24 languages from them only 3 are selected as official script and they are Latin, Greek and Cyrillic. There are 27 countries in EU and if you see the population in religious ratio you will see 71.6% are Christian, from them 45.3% are Catholic and 11.1 are Protestant Christian and 9.6% are Eastern Orthodox and 5.6% are other Christians, 1.8% are Muslim and 2.6% are others where 24% don’t follow any religion. All should be included in the map of the EU. It is an Supranational union and government are intergovernmental type. Ursula von der Leyen is the President of the Commission and David Sassoli is the President of the Parliament. Charles Michel is the President of the European Council and Portugal is the Presidency of the Council of the EU. In the Map of EU nations different times different treaty was signed. On 1 January 1958 the Treaty of Rome was signed and on 1 July 1987 the Single European Act was signed later on 1 November 1993 the Treaty of Maastricht and on 1 December 2009 the Treaty of Lisbon was signed among the countries of EU. On 1 July 2013 the Last polity admitted that was Croatia and 31 January 2020 the last polity withdrawn that is United Kingdom.
With great responsibility, MAP OF THE EU, comes great power. The more you accept of the first– for your relevance, prosperity, happiness, unhappiness, and all else — the more you are given of the latter.
Europe’s largest cities with population
|Serial||City||Country||Population (Official)||Date of counting||Eurostat|
population in 2021
|1||Istanbul (entirely)||Turkey||15,462,452||31 December 2020||–|
|2||Moscow||Russia||12,195,221||1 January 2019||–|
|3||London||United Kingdom||9,126,366||31 December 2018||8,173,941|
|4||Saint Petersburg||Russia||5,383,890||1 January 2019||–|
|5||Berlin||Germany||3,748,148||31 December 2018||3,460,725|
|6||Madrid||Spain||3,223,334||1 January 2018||3,198,645|
|7||Kyiv||Ukraine||2,950,800||1 December 2019||–|
|8||Rome||Italy||2,844,750||31 December 2019||2,873,494|
|9||Bucharest||Romania||2,155,240||1 July 2020||1,903,299|
|10||Paris||France||2,140,526||1 January 2019||2,249,977|
When will EU open external borders 2021
As stipulated in the Council recommendation, this list will continue to be reviewed regularly and, as the case may be, updated. Following a review under the recommendation on the gradual lifting of the temporary restrictions on non-essential travel into the EU, the Council updated the list of countries, special other entities and administrative regions and territorial authorities for which travel restrictions should be lifted. In particular, Rwanda and Thailand were removed from the list and Ukraine was added to the list.
The map of the EU shows and gives information based on the conditions and criteria set out in the recommendation, as from 15 July 2021 member states should gradually lift the travel restrictions at the external borders for residents of the following third countries: Residents of Andorra, Monaco, San Marino and the Vatican should be considered as EU residents for the purpose of this recommendation. Schengen associated countries (Iceland, Lichtenstein, Norway, and Switzerland) also take part in this recommendation.
The criteria to determine the third countries for which the current travel restriction should be lifted were updated on 20 May 2021. They cover the epidemiological situation and overall response to COVID-19, as well as the reliability of the available information and data sources. Reciprocity should also be taken into account on a case by case basis. Under the category of entities and territorial authorities that are not recognized as states by at least one member state, travel restrictions for Kosovo and Taiwan should also be gradually lifted.
The map of the EU shows that Albania, Armenia, Australia, Azerbaijan, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Brunei Darussalam, Canada, Israel, Japan, Jordan, Lebanon, Montenegro, New Zealand, Qatar, Republic of Moldova, Republic of North Macedonia, Saudi Arabia, Serbia, Singapore, South Korea, Ukraine (new), United States of America, China all are subject to confirmation of reciprocity. Travel restrictions should also be gradually lifted for the special administrative regions of China Hong Kong and Macao.
Which countries are in the EU?
The EU countries which included in map are Belgium, Austria, Bulgaria, Republic of Cyprus, Croatia, Czech Republic, Estonia, Finland, Denmark, France, Germany, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Greece, Latvia, Lithuania, Malta, Netherlands, Poland, Luxembourg, Portugal, Romania, Slovenia, Spain Slovakia, and Sweden.
What countries are not part of the EU?
The European countries who are not members of the European Union:
- Bosnia and Herzegovina
Countries of the EU
In the map of the EU all should be mentioned. Largest city of Austria is Vienna and it is the largest city. Official language is German and some other languages are allowed like Hungarian, Slovenian, Croatian. The ethnic groups are Austrians, German, Yugoslavs, Hungarians, others. The Austrians are mainly Catholic Christianity, some are Protestant and a majority of the people don’t follow any religion, few Muslims are there and also some other religions. The government is Federal Parliamentary Republic and its legislature is Parliament. Its HDI is 0.922 that is one of the highest of the world. Its driving side is right.
Map of the EU and Brexit
Brexit is important for the “Map of the EU” as it is related with Britain or United Kingdom. The last country who left EU is Britain. It was with EU for 47 years as a member state in the EU. They loved to participate with European Union Customs Union and also for the European Single Market. They left the EU on 31 December 2020. It was related with lots of issues and Prime Minister Harold Wilson was a pro-Europe government ruler that held a referendum on continued EC membership in 1975. Majority of the voters voted to join with the EU. It was reflected in the Maastricht and Lisbon treaties. In the Map of the EU it is also reflected.
Brexit is actually the withdrawal of the UK from EU and shown in the map of the EU. It is also the excluding from European Atomic Energy Community that took place at 23:00 of 31 January 2020. UK is the only country who has left the EU after so long time. At the starting it was the member of the European Communities or EC from the year 1973. They also become the member of European Union Customs Union and European Single Market from the transition period of 31 December 2020.
In map of the EU the effects of Brexit will in part be determined by the EU. UK Trade and Cooperation Agreement which was agreed on 24 December 2020 and ratified by the UK Parliament on 30 December 2020 and was “provisionally” applied by the EU from 31 December 2020. The European Union (Withdrawal) Act 2018 retains relevant EU law as domestic law, which the UK can now repeal or amend. During the transition, the UK remained subject to EU law and remained part of the EU customs union and single market.
The map shows the Labour Party again won the election (this time with a small majority), and in 1975 the UK held its first ever national referendum, asking whether the UK should remain in the EC. In 1994, Sir James Goldsmith formed the Referendum Party to contest the 1997 general election on a platform of providing a referendum on the nature of the UK’s relationship with the rest of the EU. The European Union and its institutions have developed gradually since their establishment, including 47 years of British membership, and grew to be of significant importance to the UK.
Europe map labelled throughout that time Eurosceptic groups had existed, opposing aspects of the Union and its predecessors. Prime Minister Harold Wilson’s pro-Europe government held a referendum on continued EC membership in 1975 in which voters chose to stay within the bloc with 67.2% of the vote share, but no further referendums were held as the project became and grew “ever-closer” in the subsequent Maastricht and Lisbon treaties.