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U.A. High - Europe (Stockholm)

U.A. High - Europe (Stockholm)The European branch of U.A. High. Listed in Stockholm, but the campus is much closer to Lidingo. Situated upon a wide range of green hills and built to look like a traditional palace, U.A. High Europe is known as the most visually beautiful branch. They take students from around the world, but mostly students from Europe, Africa, and Australia.

Classrooms, Sports Field, Courtyard, Sports Festival Stadium, Urban/Ancient Combination Facility, Unforseen Simulation Joint Facility

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Conservatory of Evil - Europe (London)

Conservatory of Evil - Europe (London)Built into the cliffs of Great Britain and directly beneath London, the Conservatory of Evil's European branch is easily the most mystical in theme. The buildings themselves are even fashioned to look and feel like an old British castle. The facility has various secret entrances within London, but one large entrance in in the cliff faces themselves, protected by an illusionary barrier.

Classhalls, The Great Library, The Grand Hall, Pugilist's Hall, Urban Training Hall, Natural Training Hall

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United Kingdom

United KingdomAn island nation that includes England, Wales, Scotland, and Northern Ireland. Most people only think of England when they see the UK mentioned, however. In general, the UK is famous for the ancient ruins of castles and pagan and old Catholic monuments that can be found across the various island and mainland portions of the country.

London, Edinburgh, Belfast, Cardiff

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Russia

RussiaThe world's largest country that makes up most of Eastern Europe and even a portion of Asia known for its frigid climate and former Soviet rule and roles in many large scale wars. The size of the country means its borders contain many biomes from tundra to forests to subtropical beaches.

Moscow, Saint Petersburg, Novosibirsk, Yekaterinburg

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Sweden

SwedenA large country in Northern Europe known for its prosperous economy and cold climate. One of the few 1st world nations to still have a king. Like with much of Europe, remnants of long gone civilizations litter the country's topography. In Sweden's case, it's comprised mostly of relics from the seafaring Vikings.

Stockholm, Gothenburg, Malmo, Uppsala

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France

FranceA large nation that makes up a majority of Southern Central Europe. The famous city of Paris sits as France's capital and serves as a beacon of the arts and romance. Sadly, the people of France have garnered a false reputation for cowardice and are often the butt of constant jokes.

Paris, Marseille, Lyon, Toulouse

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Europe Proper

Europe ProperThe rest of Europe not including the above listed nations.




Northern Europe, Central Europe, Western/Southern Europe, Eastern Europe

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Australia

AustraliaThe only land mass in the world that is both a country and a continent. Australia is known for it's desert "Outback" dotted with forests inhabited by some of the most unique wildlife in the world only found on the island nation.

Canberra, Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane

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Libya

LibyaAn African nation with a history of war and political upheaval. Today's Libya is under strict monitor and unrest from the remnants of the former military government, but every day its citizens work towards true freedom.

Tripoli, Benghazi, Misrata, Bayda

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Nigeria

NigeriaA nation famous for its wildlife reserves and natural landmarks. Rule of the country changed hands between numerous tribal states and kingdoms over the centuries until British colonial rule unified the nation in the 19th century.

Abuja, Lagos, Kano, Ibadan

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Kenya

KenyaA nation of various climates from tropical forests by the coast to cooler grasslands further inland to the snow-capped Mount Kenya. Uniquely, Kenya is split into 47 semi-autonomous countries that make up the larger nation.

Nairobi, Mombasa, Kisumu, Nakuru

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South Africa

South AfricaThe southernmost nation in Africa that has also seen the most influence from the continent's past British rule. A large portion of the nation's population is white, mostly children and grandchildren of British colonists and military personnel that stayed in the country after the colonization ended. South Africa is considered part of the British Commonwealth like Australia and Canada.

Cape Town, Bloemfontein, Pretoria, Johannesburg

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Africa Proper

Africa ProperOther portions of Africa not mentioned in the above listed countries.




Northern Africa, Central Africa, Southern Africa

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