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Europe in 2100(Version 1.1)

By JaySimons
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This is the final and finished version of the 2100 map of Europe. Enjoy!
In this future history scenario, there were none major wars in the area of Europe in 21.st century. However, after global warming sharply escalated, sea level is now 100 meters higher than it was in year 2000. For that, many states lost major amounts of land, and new seas and islands formed. States included in this map are:

Afganistan
Albania
Algeria
Arabia
Armenia
Austria
Azerbajdian
Britain
Bulgaria
Bosnia & Herzegovina
Bulgaria
Catalania
Croatia
Czech Republic
Denmark(almost entirely under sea, bought land from Sweden)
Finland
France(Belgium is now part of France)
Georgia
Germany
Greece
Hungary
Iran
Ireland
Israel
Kazahstan
Latvia
Lebanon
Lithuania
Mali
Mauretania
Mangystan(declared indepedence after being almost entirely isolated from Kazahstan, Uzbekistan and Turkmenistan)
Morocco
Netherlands(almost entirely sunken, bought land from Germany)
North Africa
North Italy
Norway
Pakistan
Poland
Portugal
Romania
Russia
San Marino
Serbia
Scotland
Slovakia
Slovenia
South Italy
Spain
Sweden
Switzerland
Syria
Tunisia
Turkey
Tyrol
Ukraine
United Saharan Emirates
Uzbekistan
Vatican City (Holy See)
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Basile-II's avatar
I find this map very interesting, but I do not understand why the Kola peninsula (Mourmansk) has gone from Russia to Finland...
haabet's avatar
So much ice does not exist. The maximum possible is 60m.
  Parts of Denmark is higher than 100m.
TomBombardier's avatar
How did the water get up to Hungary?
qwertyuiopasd1234567's avatar
qwertyuiopasd1234567Professional Interface Designer
Due to rising sea levels. 
Yaulendur's avatar
The sea doesn't come up from under the land, it flows in over it. There doesn't appear to be anything connecting the water around Hungary to the inlet of the lower Danube. So the question remains, how did the water get up there? Did it jump?
grisador's avatar
Scary but Epicly Awesome ! :D
mootaz10's avatar
i love this map 

@JaySimons i think United Saharan Emirates be part of Tunisia like that Sahara Gulf will be Tunisian Gulf   and Matmata and Remada back to Tunisia you can make war scenario that will be cool or i give you one 
JackTheDemon1's avatar
Man denmark wil die and be reborn in sweden
CiLiNDr0's avatar
CiLiNDr0Hobbyist Digital Artist
Really interesting!
NazjaRaj's avatar
NazjaRajStudent Digital Artist
why did the caspian and black sea merge and iceland became denmark?
Matthew-Travelmaster's avatar
Matthew-TravelmasterHobbyist Writer
Because of the rising sea level, and I guess that is not iceland, but Denmark simply occupied southern Sweden.
DokuDoki's avatar
DokuDokiHobbyist Digital Artist
Now I'm really glad that my country is landlocked O-O
rayannina's avatar
I wonder where all the poor Estonians went, with their whole country underwater. Finland?
JaySimons's avatar
JaySimonsProfessional Digital Artist
I think Estonians went to other baltic states, Finland, and maybe Russia.
Kaim46's avatar
While I personally do not believe in "Global Warming", it is interesting to envision what the Earth would be like if the sea level rises 100 meters.

Out of interest, how to do other parts of the world beyond Europe fare in light of the rising sea level and what is the status of Antarctica?
Khaine792's avatar
Bul, bul, bul (Wilkommen in Berlin!)

And thanks, now my city in central Poland will be near sea :P
JaySimons's avatar
JaySimonsProfessional Digital Artist
Hope it will be only near sea, not under sea. :D
Looking on google earth, it is 104 m above sea level, so good luck!
Khaine792's avatar
It's medium high for my city. And I live higher than 130 m a.s.l. :)
KantiaCartography's avatar
KantiaCartographyHobbyist Digital Artist
Denmark!!! :D
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