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The United States of Europe, A Eurotopia? is a pamphlet by Freddy Heineken defending the United States of Europe, a Europe of regions, according to the small is beautiful philosophy. It was published in 1992.

Collaborators for the plan included historians Henk Wesseling and Wim van den Doel.

Here is a list of countries proposed in the “Eurotopia” detailed by Heineken e.a., with their capital cities and population figures. Numbers correspond to the ones on the map[1]:

Scandinavia
1 Iceland Reykjavik 252.000
2 Norway Oslo 4.200.000
3 Sweden Stockholm 8.500.000
4 Finland Helsinki 4.900.000
5 Denmark Copenhagen 5.100.000
British Isles
6 Scotland Edinburgh 5.100.000
7 Ireland Dublin 5.100.000
8 Northumbria York 8.000.000
9 Lancaster Manchester 5.400.000
10 Wales Cardiff 2.900.000
11 Mercia Birmingham 7.400.000
12 East-Anglia Cambridge 5.300.000
13 Essex London 8.300.000
14 Wessex Plymouth 5.900.000
15 Kent Southampton 5.400.000
Low countries/Central Europe
16 Holland-Zeeland The Hague 6.500.000
17 Ysselland Arnhem 6.000.000
18 Flanders/Vlaanderen Brussels 7.800.000
19 Hainaut/Henegouwen Lille/Rijssel 7.100.000
20 Schleswig-Holstein Hamburg 6.100.000
21 Hannover Bremen 7.900.000
22 Brandenburg Berlin 6.000.000
23 Sachsen Dresden 7.900.000
24 Westfalen Münster 7.900.000
25 Nordrheinland Düsseldorf 9.200.000
26 Thüringen Erfurt 8.300.000
27 Rhein-Moselland Mainz 5.100.000
28 Frankenland Nürnberg 5.100.000
29 Bavaria/Bayern Munich 6.000.000
30 Baden-Württemberg Stuttgart 9.600.000
31 Poznan/Posen Poznan 6.200.000
32 Silesia Wroclaw 8.200.000
33 Gdansk Gdansk 5.500.000
34 Warzawa Warsaw 7.600.000
35 Galicia Krakow 7.400.000
36 Bohemia Prague 6.300.000
37 Moravia Brno 4.000.000
38 Slowakia Bratislava 5.300.000
39 Austria Vienna 4.500.000
40 Noricum Graz 5.000.000
France
41 Picardy-Normandy Rouen 4.900.000
42 Ile-de-France Paris 10.300.000
43 Burgundy Nancy 8.000.000
44 Neustria Nantes 8.200.000
45 Aquitania Bordeaux 7.400.000
46 Auvergne Lyon 6.500.000
47 Provence Marseille 6.500.000
Iberia
48 Galicia-Asturias Santiago de Compostela 4.400.000
49 Castilia Madrid 9.100.000
50 Navarre-Aragon Bilbao 4.100.000
51 Catalonia Barcelona 6.000.000
52 Valencia Valencia 5.500.000
53 Andalusia Sevillia 8.000.000
54 Portugal Lisbon 10.300.000
Switzerland/Italy
55 Switzerland Bern 6.600.000
56 Piedmont Torino 6.200.000
57 Lombardy Milan 8.900.000
58 Venice Venice 6.500.000
59 Tuscany Bologna 7.500.000
60 Umbria Rome 7.400.000
61 Apulia Bari 5.700.000
62 Naples Naples 8.600.000
63 Sicily Palermo 7.100.000
Balkans/Greece
64 Hungary Budapest 10.600.000
65 Croatia Zagreb 4.600.000
66 Bosnia-Herzegovina Sarajevo 4.100.000
67 Serbia Belgrade 8.500.000
68 Albania Tirana 5.000.000
69 Transyvlvania Cluj-Napoca 7.500.000
70 Moldavia Bacau 5.000.000
71 Wallachia Bucharest 9.000.000
72 Bulgaria Sofia 8.900.000
73 Skopje Skopje 1.900.000
74 Greece Athens 10.300.000
75 Cyprus Nicosia 688.000



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