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Map of the time zones of Europe.

Date 17:34, 5 February 2007 (UTC)
Source Based on blank map of Europe.svg, source: Time_zones_of_Europe.png
Author maix ¿?
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Greenwich Mean Time (GMT)
Central European Time (GMT+1)
Eastern European Time (GMT+2)
Further-eastern European Time (GMT+3)
Moscow Time (GMT+4)
The countries marked in paler colours, Belarus, Iceland and Russia do not use summer time (known in the USA as 'DST' (Daylight Saving Time)).


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