Best European Blog (Non UK)

Nominate your choice for Best European Blog. Nations of the EU, Iceland/Greenland, Russia and its former republics, are among the countries included in this category. The European Blog category does not include the UK and Ireland since they have their own category.

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40 Comments

http://www.terella.no/

Renny's home is in Norway. He is full of information about his country, the people, their culture and heritage. Always accompanied with pictures, his posts are a joy to read!

I nominate RennyBA’s Terella for the best European blog:

http://www.terella.no
http://www.terella.no/feed/

Thanks!

It's not part of the EU, but Switzerland makes the cut! :)
http://MyKugelhopf.ch
Travels around Switzerland and to France especially, but all over the world to come... food, travel, photography. Worth checking out, whatever side of the Atlantic Ocean you are on!

The Reference Frame, by Luboš Motl, Pilsen, Czech Republic

http://motls.blogspot.com/

Science, global warming hype and witty analises.

Tjuvtittat.se
http://tjuvtittat.se/
http://feeeds.feedburner.com/tjuvtittat

Most popular photo blog in Sweden, second most popular humor blog overall.

Davids Medienkritik
medienkritik.typepad.com/blog/

MeinEURO.at Satire für Österreich
http://www.meinEURO.at

http://philsblogging.com
Well, it doesn't hurt right?

This is an all around good site about the ups and downs of life in Germany. The author knows a lot of general info about the country and is always willing to answer any questions thrown at her. And it's funny too, which is a rarity in Germany.

I would like to nominate the wonderful
'emajetoca blog'.

http://ematejoca.blogspot.com/

It's a magical site, combining political commentary with thoughts on cinema, literature, culture and life.


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