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What factors made european exploration possible?

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Factors that made this possible include the developing technologies and the mix of ideas between the European countries.

With all the competition and wars between countries there was a large emphasis placed on discoveries and moving forward and having excellent sea going capacities and capabilities.

A side effect of this was much better vessels and technologies for long distance travel, and competition was fierce to claim more land for each country and build its empire.

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