Europe, even though their differences they are still together
Triana Gómez y Antonio Tripp
First of all we need to understand what refers to cultural identity. Europe was the first of the most important regions of the world to develop a modern economy based on commercial agriculture, industrial development, and the provision of specialized services. Its successful modernization can be traced to the rich economic resources of the continent, a history of innovation, which facilitated the movement of vast quantities. It gives us an idea of a different set of values, traditions, symbols, beliefs, and modes of behavior that function as a cohesive element within a social group.
History of the divisions
The history of Europe is very extensive, but After the collapse of the Roman Empire Countries like Spain or Italy started their development of their complex and their feudal system that took through the middle.
The countries that belong to Western Europe are: Austria, Belgium, France, Germany, Liechtenstein, Luxembourg, Monaco, Netherlands and Switzerland.
The countries that belong to Eastern Europe that belong to Eastern Europe are: Belarus, Bulgaria, Slovakia, Hungary, Poland, Czech Republic, Republic of Moldova, Romania, Russia and Ukraine.
Eastern Europe and Russia encounter the colder type D climates.