L'Union européenne compte 28 pays (Etats membres) :

  1. l'Allemagne
  2. l'Autriche
  3. la Belgique
  4. la Bulgarie
  5. Chypre
  6. la Croatie
  7. le Danemark
  8. l'Espagne
  9. l'Estonie
  10. la Finlande
  11. la France
  12. la Grèce
  13. la Hongrie
  14. l'Irlande
  15. l'Italie
  16. la Lituanie
  17. la Lettoni
  18. le Luxembourg
  19. Malte,
  20. les Pays-Bas
  21. la Pologne
  22. le Portugal
  23. la République tchèque
  24. la Roumanie
  25. Le Royaume-Uni
  26. la Slovaquie
  27. la Slovénie et
  28. la Suède.
The European Union has 28 countries (Member States):

  1. Austria, District 14
  2. Belgium, District 15
  3. Denmark, District 16
  4. Germany, District 17
  5. France, District 18
  6. Greece District 19
  7. Spain  District 20
  8. Italy District 21
  9. Portugal District 22
  10. Sweden District 23
  11. United Kingdom, District 24
  12. Bulgaria
  13. Czech Republic
  14. Cyprus
  15. Croatia
  16. Estonia
  17. Finland
  18. Hungary
  19. Ireland
  20. Lithuania
  21. Latvia
  22. Luxembourg
  23. Malta
  24. Netherlands
  25. Poland
  26. Romania
  27. Slovakia
  28. Slovenia
Christianity is the largest religion in Europe. Christianity has been practiced in Europe since the 1st century, and a number of
the Pauline Epistles were addressed to Christians living in Greece, as well as other parts of the Roman Empire.

According to a 2010 study by the Pew Research Center, 76.2% of the European population identified themselves as Christians.

As 2010 Catholics were the largest Christian group in Europe, accounting for more than 48% of European Christians. The second-largest
Christian group in Europe were the Orthodox, who made up 32% of European Christians. About 19% of European Christians were part of
the Protestant tradition. Russia is the largest Christian country in Europe by population, followed by Germany and Italy.

Since at least the legalization of Christianity by the Roman Emperor Constantine in the 4th century, Europe has been an important centre
of  Christian culture, even though the religion was inherited from Africa and the Middle East and important Christian communities have thrived
outside Europe such as Oriental Orthodoxy and the Church of the East since the time of Christ. Christian culture has been an important
force in Western civilization, influencing the course of philosophy, art, and science.

Europe has a rich Christian culture, especially as numerous saints, martyrs and popes were European themselves. All of the Roman Catholic
popes from 741 to 2013 were from Europe. Europe brought together many of the Christian holy sites and heritage and religious centers
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  1. Anglican Church
  2. Catholic Church
  3. Christian universalist church
  4. Eastern Orthodox Church
  5. European Baptist
  6. Nestorianism
  7. Oriental Orthodox Church
  8. Restorationist Church
  9. United Methodist Church in Central and Southern Europe
  10. Christian Unitarian
  • Anglican Archbishop of Canterbury, England
  • Pope Vitican, Italy
  • Orthodox Ecumenical Patriarch, Constantinople
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