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    Which European countries would you consider to be the most diverse?

    Which European countries would you consider to be the most diverse?

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    Russia, Greece and Italy would be good candidates.

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    From the European countries, these are Belgium, France, England and Germany
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    If you mean culturally then, in my opinion, it is Greece, Italy, and the Iberian Peninsula.
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    In what exactly?

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    European Union Germany Italy
    just going by the results of a whole bunch of papers
    italy has a dsitinct/strong regional integrity (genepool wise)
    so ill say italy
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    France (if you include Corsica and Basques , else not extreme but still) , also Italy and Germany.
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    Quote Originally Posted by HBA39 View Post
    Which European countries would you consider to be the most diverse?
    There are two ways to understand your question!
    Either you talk about the diversity of each inhabitant of the country, or you talk about regional differences.

    The diversity by inhabitant: Greek, Italian
    The regional differences: France, Italia, Germany
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    Genetically Italy, Greece, then Spain.

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    Quote Originally Posted by icecoldlove View Post
    There are genetic differences within Spain but it is genetically fairly homogenous. Nowhere near the level of diversity as the other two.
    I agree but who would you rank ahead of Spain? Portugal?

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