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How to celebrate 50 years of Europe March 23, 2007

Posted by grhomeboy in Culture.
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Fifty years ago this week the leaders of six European countries put their signatures to the Treaty of Rome which launched the European Economic Community. Fifty years later the Community has become the European Union with 27 members and almost half a billion citizens. This weekend celebrations across Europe will mark those 50 years. In Berlin EU leaders will gather to draft a declaration setting out what the EU has achieved in the 20th century and what it should do in the 21st.

Parties around Europe > In Brussels a concert on Saturday night will feature a variety of European pop stars such as Zucchero, Axelle Red, Simply Red, The Scorpions, Kate Ryan, Kim Wilde, the Gypsy Kings and Nana Mouskouri.

Germany, Austria, Portugal, Brussels: Concerts
Finland: Exhibitions
Lithuania, Denmark: Fireworks and laser show
Czech Republic, Cyprus: Bus with logo
Austria, Estonia: Open days in EP offices and EU embassies
Bulgaria: Round tables
Estonia, Slovakia: Tree planting
Greece: Internet quiz
Malta: Cutting of birthday cake
 
Austria: Young rock bands
Belgium: Veteran pop stars
Britain: Football match
Bulgaria: University debates
Cyprus: EU office open day
Czech Republic: Half marathon
Denmark: Free buns
Estonia: Tree planting
Finland: Public debates
France: Romantic movie
Germany: 27 nightclubs
Greece: Multi- media artwork
Hungary: All-night concert
Irish Republic: Prayer for Europe
Italy: 27 art masterpieces
Latvia: Documentary films
Lithuania: Science symposium
Luxembourg: Circular walk
Malta: Film festival
Netherlands: Church services
Poland: Academic conference
Portugal: Local musicians
Romania: EU internet chat room
Slovakia: Student conference
Slovenia: Parachute jump
Spain: Giant puzzle
Sweden: Europe seminar

Related Links > http://europa.eu/50/index_en.htm

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1. Malta at Kaizenlog - March 24, 2007

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