Families of Europe



The families of Austria.

Austrian men are rude by nature and for them, just such a gentle behavior is simply unacceptable. So those women who imagine tall, beautiful and strong Austrians next to themselves as a life partner can forget about romantic relationships and coffee once and for all …

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The family of Albania.

This situation in the Albanian family, when strong men participate in hostilities, has led to the emergence of such a custom that one of the older women in the family decides to remain for the whole virgin life, not to marry and take over in the family. ..


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The families of Belarus.

Home affairs in the Belarusian family are strictly divided into men’s and women’s affairs. The woman is fully in charge of the household, she is responsible for the internal family relations and ensures that normal relations develop between daughters-in-law …

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The family of Belgium.

The Belgian family can be fully described as the strongest of all families in the world. Let even meetings with relatives be only formal and will manage only light friendly kisses. However, the very fact that these people, sometimes even in different countries …

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The families of Bulgaria.

A vivid example of preserving the Slavic traditions can be seen in Bulgarian families. A strong family, in Bulgaria, is created for life, and in it even the culture of the ancient Slavs is preserved …

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The Vatican’s family.

A woman in a Vatican family has a very great influence on all other family members and even her own husband, to whom every woman finds a very right approach, thanks to her wisdom. For a man, it seems that all solutions in the house …

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Families of Great Britain.

Everyone knows the stiffness of the English is manifested not only in their relationship to others, but also in family relationships. If you stroll through the cities of Great Britain, then it is noticeable, there will be such an interesting trend: young people never walk around with young children …

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Families of Hungary.

In modern Hungary, including at the legislative level, the equality of women and men is clearly fixed, in most cases couples do not experience any problems, respecting and supporting each other. Although, it should be noted that in some families the woman, of course …

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Families of Germany.

Before formalizing a relationship, a couple in Germany can live together for a considerable amount of time in order to test their feelings, possibilities, how they fit together in everyday life and in cohabitation. Only after such a long test …

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The family of Gibraltar.

Mixing nationalities has mitigated such a moment as mad Spanish jealousy and in families there are no problems when men roll up scandals to their wives, suspecting them of all possible sins. There are no divorces of speech in Gibraltar at all …

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Families of Greece.

Almost all the children in Greece are given the names of saints and when the saints come in the name of that saint, the baby’s name-day is also celebrated. The closest relatives and friends gather for this holiday. All give the child gifts, small souvenirs, and the owners of the house offer light snacks to guests …

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The family of Denmark.

The Danes believe that marriage should be the only time in life and for a lifetime and therefore there are a lot of single people in Denmark.The relationship between a man and a woman in Denmark is checked for a very long time. A couple can live with each other for several years and only then …

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The families of Ireland.

In the case of the Irish family, it turns out that only mothers are engaged in upbringing, because fathers will always find an excuse to avoid their duties and do their best not to go for walks with the child or to read him a book, not to play with him …

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Families of Iceland.

Women in Iceland, despite the fact that men are weaker than them, still marry for Icelandic men, because they can not allow a man to remain in the family’s main. The habit is affected when there were always weak men nearby …

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The family of Italy.

For Italians, the family consists primarily of the husband, who is the head of the family, and also who is confident that he takes all the most important decisions in the house. Secondly, from the wife, who actually bears the whole burden of responsibility on herself …

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The family of Latvia.

In the Latvian family, although the father can help the spouse in the care of the child, and even does not refuse to take leave to care for the child, refuses to carry out the most dirty work. He will never refuse to go out with a child for a walk, but only in case …

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The family of Lithuania.

In Lithuania, there is a situation where a man can take leave to care for a child and receive for this allowance. This makes the life of the mother easier, especially since many fathers are happy to agree to such duties. In addition, the country still has a lot …

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The family of Luxembourg.

Family values ​​in Luxembourg have some ambivalence. On the one hand, the residents – adherents of traditions and customs, are very conservative, they perceive everything new with difficulty and not at once, preferring to wait and see if this novelty is so good …

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Families of Malta.

Currently, the age of marriage can reach thirty, and even more years, for both women and men. The same serious attitude in the country and to divorce, which also causes the Maltese to think seriously before deciding to start a family …

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Families of Moldova.

The independent beginning of a life together, separate housing – all this was possible many years ago, when as a gift for a wedding or as a dowry, parents could provide young people with their own home and initial farming. However, in the present …


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The family of Monaco.

Modern youth is characterized by too free views on life and for Monaco this is also a problem, as for most countries in the world. They can no longer see the world around them with the same eyes as their parents, grandparents. Young people live in a special rhythm …

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Families of the Netherlands.

Young people try to leave the parental home faster and begin their independent life. However, even in this case, children acquire housing near their parents’ homes, so that they can always come to visit or help their relatives and friends. Relationships in the family …

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The family of Norway.

Sometimes you can hear an interesting story in Norway about how two young married couples have been together all their lives: went to one kindergarten, to one school, grew up together and studied until their paths separated because of the choice of different ways , but the relationship continues …

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The family of Poland.

In Poland, it is very difficult to plan a family and children, because in this country abortion is prohibited by law and spouses have to be very careful not to surround themselves with a bunch of crying babies who need to be nurtured, fed and raised. On the state rely …

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The family of Portugal.

Portugueses believe that it is better to be stupid and ridiculous than to be the one to whom the woman has set the horns. Because of this, women are very careful when choosing their interlocutors and generally in all their behavior. Although they do not differ in a gentle character and are also subject to …

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Families of Russia.

Many young spouses in Russia live with their parents if there is no possibility to build their own house. Many families purchase housing near their parents’ house in order to be closer to them. To the advice of parents in Russia, children always listen …

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Families of Romania.

In addition to officially concluded marriages, Romania has a significant number of couples who simply engage in cohabitation. However, such couples can live for several years, have joint children, and their children will have the same rights as children born in marriage …

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The families of Serbia.

A Serbian family usually does not have more than two or three children and the first child in the family appears early. However, it is desirable that the family has already been sufficiently provided with material when a child appears in the family. In Serbia, the upbringing of children starts …

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Families of Slovakia.

However, after all, the family in Slovakia has one distinguishing feature in that people here have learned to simply perfectly combine modern rules and lifestyle with ancient, long-standing traditions and customs. In many respects this is manifested in the celebration of family and traditional …

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Families of Slovenia.

The Slovenian family also does not accept feelings, it is possible only between the spouses alone, but not in the presence of all family members. With all relatives, it is customary to greet only the hand, no hugs and kisses, even if the relatives …

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Families of Ukraine.

Ukrainian families have always been numerous, the more children, the more joy in life. It is Ukrainians who create their families not simply because the family should be. Ukrainians have always sought to create families in which life will flow …

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Families of Finland.

In Finland, there are often civil marriages in which spouses can live for many years and only then can they marry legally. The average age for men who want to get married sometime around 30 years, women start thinking about family life …

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The family of France.

However, the present can somewhat cool the ardor. In reality, the French are relatively cold about marriage and civil marriage is more acceptable for them. Civil marriage even, probably, is in the first place, because every year the number of divorces in France is increasing more …

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Gypsy families.

In some Roma families, parents are still deciding the fate of their children, and it often happens that the bride and groom see each other only on their own wedding day. The choice of the gypsy bride is determined by the position of her family, the wealth, and also the beauty of the bride herself and …

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The family of Croatia.

Croats do not have a preference for who was born: a boy or a girl. Every child is a great joy for the whole family and every person is always needed in life. The boy as the continuer of the genus of his father, and the girl is the future keeper of the hearth, the mother, from whom …

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The family of Montenegro.

Montenegrins usually get married at the age of 20 to 30 years. This is a fairly wise age, when both young people have already realized on what a serious step they are taking. However, in addition, there are some principles on which girls can get married, and young people …

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The Czech family.

These are very self-restrained people who, even in love, will never give away their real feelings and sensations. In the Czech Republic, two young people never admit to each other in love, they can only say that they are just fine together. These are not the only features of the Czechs …

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The family of Switzerland.

Another interesting family tradition is that the division, and the transfer of family property happens during the life of elderly spouses, that is, older people give way to the young. Old men leave a separate room or do an extension to the house, but the masters …

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Families of Sweden.

The arrangement of the Swedish family, or rather, exactly how couples live in modern Sweden, is quite curious. Interestingly, premarital sex in Sweden was (and now is) a common occurrence – the groom could freely spend the night with the bride. The period of “courtship” could last up to two years, and hasty marriage was condemned by the public …

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Families of Estonia.

Generally, a man most often tries to prepare a sufficient material base before deciding to marry, in order to have the opportunity to bring a young wife into a new house where she will be the mistress. However, if there are no such opportunities, then the parents never …

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