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Classification of the Eurovision Song Contest (2004) »

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The Eurovision Song Contest is an annually televised music contest where singers represent their own countries. All of the participating countries are members of the European Union of Broadcasting. Usually, the state public television channel is the institution that is in charge of selecting and promoting each artist within each country. The contest has been held continuously since 1956. Currently, the winning country is chosen by the public via telephone votes and text messages. The contest is broadcasted on television and radio all throughout Europe and in different parts of the world thanks to the internet.

  • Author: ivy (Updated May 24, 2015)
  • Sources: Official source Eurovision
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Countrycolumns columns Points  (pts)
1UkraineUkraine280
2SerbiaSerbia263
3GreeceGreece252
4TurkeyTurkey195
5CyprusCyprus170
6SwedenSweden170
7AlbaniaAlbania106
8GermanyGermany93
9Bosnia and HerzegovinaBosnia and Herzegovina91
10SpainSpain87
11RussiaRussia67
12MaltaMalta50
13CroatiaCroatia50
14MacedoniaMacedonia47
15FranceFrance40
16United KingdomUnited Kingdom29
17PolandPoland27
18RomaniaRomania18
19IcelandIceland16
20NetherlandsNetherlands11
21AustriaAustria9
22IrelandIreland7
23BelgiumBelgium7
24NorwayNorway3
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