Comparing the data across the globe, Gothic is the most positively spoken of architectural design in 13 nations, such as France and the Czech Republic, where you can find stunning Gothic buildings such as the Notre Dame de Paris and Prague Castle. Postmodern and Contemporary architecture made up the top three styles loved by people across the globe.
Car owners around the world have strong opinions and loyalty to specific car brands.
The Clunker Junker wants to tap into this passion and find the most hated and loved car brands in every country around the world.
To do this, The Clunker Junker team analyzed Twitter posts that mention various car brands from around the world and analyzed the positive and negative sentiment behind each tweet to reveal which car brands are the most loved and which are the most hated in each country and state.
Free camping is camping overnight in your recreational vehicle or tent at a place where you do not have to spend. Most free camping spots are not in developed campgrounds. Free camping sites are sometimes called boondocking, dispersed camping, dry camping, and primitive camping.
Free campgrounds are desired by some travelers only because it doesn’t cost money. Still, others may find extra advantages to free camping, including the amusements of camping without conveniences, the opportunity to camp far from other people, and enjoying the beauty of wildlife. But not all countries in Europe have the same rules for free camping.
Below you can find travel rules for free camping in Europe created by Vita. This map is aimed to help campers and vanlifers with safe free-camping and boondocking around Europe and beyond.
Just under half of the global population (about 44%) is introverted. Europe has many countries that are considered introverted. Lithuania is the most introverted nation in Europe, while Albania is a nation of extroverts.
The map below shows extraversion and introversion in Europe according to the NERIS Analytics data.
Ceramic tiles are one of the oldest forms of material art. Besides their sustainability and captivating beauty, they reveal a lot about a place’s history and culture. Tiles have been used worldwide for thousands of years, adorning the interiors and exteriors of buildings, from cathedrals and palaces to the everyday home. Most nations have their unique design styles. Some have changed throughout the years, whereas some remain unchanged and are just as popular today.