Test your knowledge on the Baltic Sea region!

03 Feb 2022

How much do you know about the Baltic Sea? Are you a true expert in our region: its traditions and history? Check this out by taking part in the quiz. Challenge your “Balticness”!

The Baltic Sea region stretches from central parts of Europe up to its northernmost periphery and corresponds to an area of around 3.8 million km² with a population of more than 101 million inhabitants. It comprises 10 countries and unites a great variety of cultures, traditions, and costumes. To help you learn new interesting facts and curiosities about our wonderful region, we have prepared a quiz just for you.

So, if you want to use just a few minutes of your time to apprehend something new about our territory and refresh what you already know about the Baltic Sea, play this tailor-made #EUinmyregion quiz!

For information on how our Programme supports public and private players in making the region thrive, check the project library. If you have smart project ideas on how to bring in innovative, water-smart, and climate-neutral solutions for the benefit of the citizens, check out new funding opportunities in the gateway for applicants.

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I do believe in the power of Interreg!

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