Administrative Territoral Units Name Authority List

"This table provides the list of the various administrative territorial units of the EU Member States. The name of each territorial unit can be found in the "Administrative territorial unit types" (ATTY) table. Due to the large volume of lowest level administrative units (local authority, municipality) in certain countries, these units have not yet been fully implemented. The lists of codes represent the administrative territorial units, based on national official / legal information and the ISO 3166-2 standard.

Administrative Territoral Units Types Name Authority List

"This table provides the various types of administrative territorial units within the Member States of the European Union. It is linked to the "Administrative territorial units (ATU)" table that provides the list of the subdivisions per country. The categorization of these types is based on national official information and with the kind contribution of the Committee of the Regions of the European Union for the translations in all official languages of the European Union. The ISO 3166-2 standard has also been used, even differences can be noticed.

Access Right Name Authority List

"The access-right authority table is a controlled vocabulary listing the access rights or restrictions to resources. It is designed for but not limited to DCAT descriptions of datasets. This authority table is maintained by the Publications Office of the European Union in the Metadata Registry (EU Vocabularies website). "

Nomenclature of Territorial Units for Statistics

"The current NUTS 2013 classification is valid from 1 January 2015 and lists 98 regions at NUTS 1, 276 regions at NUTS 2 and 1342 regions at NUTS 3 level.
The NUTS classification (Nomenclature of territorial units for statistics) is a hierarchical system for dividing up the economic territory of the EU for the purpose of :
The collection, development and harmonisation of European regional statistics
Socio-economic analyses of the regions
NUTS 1: major socio-economic regions
NUTS 2: basic regions for the application of regional policies


"I·ATE is an interactive multilingual glossary on culinary terms that allows to share common knowledge, discover and preserve related concepts widespread across Europe. (...) I·ATE works on the basis of the relationship between the concept and its designations in the European multilingual environment. The glossary presents a culinary term and its equivalents in the countries in which the concept exists. Every term is linked to a map displaying a geographical area that indicates how gastronomy can go beyond national borders.