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Topic | Schedule ---|--- What do you know about... ? | Tuesday r/Europe question of the week | Saturday The news in your country | Sunday


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|Subreddit|Subject| |---|---| |r/EuropeMeta|Meta discussion| |r/AskEurope|Questions| |r/CasualEurope|Casual [no politics] conversations focused around Europe.| |r/esa|European Space Agency| |r/EUpersonalfinance|Finance advice| |r/Eurovision|Europe Song contest |r/Eureddision|Reddit Song contest |r/Europes|Curated discussion| |r/Europeans|In-depth content| |r/EuroPics|Pictures| |r/EuropeanCulture|Culture| |r/EuropeanParliament|EU Parliament| |r/EuropeanUnion|EU content |r/EuropeanFederalists|Federal Europe| |/r/EuropeEats|European food| |r/EUlaw|EU legal aspects| |r/EuroPrivacy|Privacy in Europe| |r/Europa|The moon| |r/YUROP|STRONK!| |r/cscareerquestionsEU|CS Career Questions in Europe|

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####Some local European subreddits

The most common phrases the members use:

astrazeneca vaccine
world health organization
european union
berlin film festival