Europe has many natural resources, each country blessed with their own specialty. Germany is rich in iron, coal, and natural gas. The land of Belgium produces some of the world’s construction materials such as carbonates and silica sand. Italy contains some of Europe’s most important natural resources: marble, pumice, mercury, zinc, nickel, pyrite, sulfur, salt, uraniam, and copper (to name a few).
These are just a few examples. Since Europe is a continent of many countries, you will receive much more accurate information if you focus on finding out the natural resources of specific countries instead of just the general continent.
You can find more information about the different natural resources in various European countries here, but since there are many countries, information may be limited:
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