Genetics of Europe, explained (first part).
There is online a map of European genetics. It is somehow dry, so we tried to explain it better in the lines below. Genetic maps are usually confusing.
3. Mediterranean genes. The epicenter is in Greece. They are present in Albania, Serbia and Portugal as expected, weaker in Italy, unexpectedly present in Hungary.
4. Scandinavian. Typically Scandinavian. Present in Germany as well, but weaker, Belgium, the Netherlands and France. Foreseeable.
5. The Sardinian component. Probably Dinaric and Balkanic. Unexplained in Belarus.
6. Green. Greece, Turkey, Albania, Italy, Romania, decreasing towards the north. Frequent in Romania.