Why are the borders of European nations so porous?

Discussion in 'Europe' started by Vyom Srivastava, March 29, 2016.

  1. Vyom Srivastava

    Vyom SrivastavaNew Member

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    Europe was formerly a collection of small states, with few unified entities. Thus, many of the borders are based on those of the gradually unifying smaller states. Some such states can still be seen – take Luxembourg, Liechtenstein, San Marino or Andorra. These are remnants of the disintegrated political climate of medieval Europe.
     
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    johnnystarrNew Member

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    Europe has always been a collection of cities, especially Italy. And the cultures are too different from each other, to be considered as one
     

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