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35 European Countries & their most recognizable artworks

We all love art, and we all love Europe, so I hope you'll enjoy the following list.

01. Austria - The Kiss, Gustav Klimt, 1908.

02. Belarus - The Fiddler, Marc Chagall, 1913.

03. Belgium - The Son of Man, René Magritte, 1964.

04. Bosnia & Herzegovina - Mountain Landscape, Karlo Mijić, 1924.

05. Bulgaria - Rachenitsa Dance, Ivan Mrkvička, 1894.

06. Croatia - Roman Woman Playing A Lute, Vjekoslav Karas, 1845-47.

07. Cyprus - Cyclist in a Landscape, Stelios Votsis, 2005.

08. Czech Republic - The Absinthe Drinker, Viktor Oliva, 1901.

09. Denmark - The Little Mermaid, Edvard Eriksen, 1913.

10. Estonia - Half Nude in Striped Skirt, Adamson-Eric, Year Unknown.

11. France - Impression Sunrise, Claude Monet, 1872.

12. Germany - Wanderer above the Sea of Fog, Caspar David Friedrich, 1818.

13. Greece - Venus de Milo, Alexandros of Antioch, 130-100 BC.

14. Hungary - The Old Fisherman, Tivadar Csontváry Kosztka, 1902.

15. Iceland - Þingvellir, Þórarinn Benedikt Þorláksson, 1900.

16. Ireland - Three Studies of Lucian Freud, Francis Bacon, 1969.

17. Italy - Mona Lisa, Leonardo da Vinci, 1503-06.

18. Lithuania - Tale of the Kings, Mikalojus Konstantinas Čiurlionis, 1909.

19. Luxembourg - Stretch of the Moselle at Greiveldange with Stadtbredimus, Nico Klopp, 1930.

20. Moldova - The Girls From Ciadar-Lunga, Mihail Grecu, 1960.

21. Malta - The Beheading of Saint John the Baptist, Caravaggio, 1608.

22. The Netherlands - Girl with a Pearl Earring, Johannes Vermeer, 1665.

23. Norway - The Scream, Edvard Munch, 1893.

24. Poland - Rejtan, or the Fall of Poland, Jan Matejko, 1866.

25. Portugal - Le Fado, José Malhoa, 1910.

26. Romania - Car Cu Boi, Nicolae Grigorescu, 1899.

27. Russia - Golden Autumn, Isaac Levitan, 1895.

28. Serbia - The Wounded Montenegrin, Paja Jovanović, 1882.

29.Slovenia - Pomlad, Ivan Grohar, 1903.

30. Spain - Guernica, Pablo Picasso, 1937.

31. Sweden - Breakfast under the Big Birch Tree, Carl Larsson, 1895.

32. Switzerland - The Walking Man, Alberto Giacometti, 1960.

33. Turkey - The Tortoise Trainer, Osman Hamdi Bey, 1906.

34. Ukraine - Reply of the Zaporozhian Cossacks, Ilya Repin, 1880-91.

35. United Kingdom - The Fighting Temeraire - Joseph Mallord William Turner, 1838.

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