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   (Green) Slovenia.
   (Light-green) The European Union (EU).
   (Grey) Europe.
   (Light-grey) The surrounding region.

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Category:SVG locator maps of countries in European Union (green and grey scheme)

Category:SVG locator maps of countries of Europe (green and grey scheme)
Date October 2009
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Обратите внимание! Карта России обозначена не верно! Россия - целостное государство!!! Если на карте хотели разделить цветами Европу и Азию, то тогда в состав Европы не включили такие государства как Армения, Азербайджан, Грузия, Южная Абхазия и Южная Осетия!

Who chose the colors for that map? You can't see anything on it when everything is light gray! I still have no idea where the hell Slovenia is!


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