Best European Blog (Non UK)

Nominate your choice for Best European Blog. Nations of the EU, Iceland/Greenland, Russia and its former republics, are among the countries included in this category. The European Blog category does not include the UK and Ireland since they have their own category.

Update: Nominations are closed for all categories. Finalist will be announced the last week of December and voting will begins Jan. 4, 2010.


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Wizbang
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51 Comments

I would like to nominate Dutch blog Dagelijkse Standaard. It's the fastest growing (conservative) political blog in the Netherlands.

Dagelijkse Standaard
http://www.dagelijksestandaard.nl/
http://feeds2.feedburner.com/DeDagelijkseStandaard

I'd like to nominate one of the better political blogs in the Netherlands:

Dagelijkse Standaard
http://www.dagelijksestandaard.nl/
http://feeds2.feedburner.com/DeDagelijkseStandaard

Nosemonkey's EUtopia - UK-based but European in focus: http://www.jcm.org.uk/blog

Previously shortlisted for best UK in 2005 and 2008.

Titam et le Sirop d'Erable is a marvelous French aggregator blog -

http://titam.hautefort.com

http://titam.hautefort.com/index.rss

typo in urls above; corrected below.

I mistyped the url for Titam et le Sirop d'Erable above. Here are the correct link and feed -

http://titam.hautetfort.com

http://titam.hautetfort.com/index.rss

Titam et le Sirop d'Erable, where culture and humor go well together.

Titam et le sirop d'érable. The best weblog in the world !!!!!
http://titam.hautetfort.com/index.rss

I nominate Piratage(s)
http://piratages.wordpress.com/
excellent blog on french politics

I nominate Piratage(s)
http://piratages.wordpress.com/
aesthetic, sharp and crunchy - french political blog

Hi,

I'd like to nominate our team's blog: Writing for (y)EU
www.writingforyeu.eu
feed://www.writingforyeu.eu/feed/

All the best,
Tibo

I'd like to propose "Grahnlaw" for his insightful posts and his great ability to contribute to the debates in the Euroblogosphere.

http://grahnlaw.blogspot.com/

Palingates, a politician-specific blog by an English ex-patriot living in France, who's taken a strong interest in the strange political career of Sarah Palin. This blogger has used her considerable talents at ferreting out information to reveal many little-known facts about the ex-VP candidate/ex-governor/first-time diarist...er, author.

http://palingates.blogspot.com/

I nominate Wind Rose Hotel. It has insightful commentary on European politics, on the Catholic Church, on Theology, on Art, on Music, and Philosophy. It always provides something interesting and enriching.

http://windrosehotel.blogspot.com/

MyKugelhopf
http://MyKugelhopf.ch
http://mykugelhopf.ch/feed/

A blogger passionate about travel and food, based in Zurich, Switzerland. She shares all of her (mostly sweet) adventures around Switzerland and throughout Europe - France, Germany, Croatia, Portugal, Italy... and a long list yet to conquer !



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