Europe MapExplore this map of Europe, the world's second smallest continent, with 47 countries. The continent of Europe occupies approximately one-fifteenth of the total land area on Earth. Europe has a rich & deep cultural & historical heritage. It is regarded as the birthplace of western civilization. Europe comprises 15% of the world’s population.
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Map Description:This Map of Europe shows the countries located on the continent. The map notes the political boundaries of each nation, and makes it easy to distinguish one from the other. Prominent rivers, lakes, and mountain peaks are noted and clearly shown visible the map. The continents that border Europe, Asia and Africa, are also shown on the map. Click on any European Country to get detailed maps and information.
About Europe ContinentEurope is the second smallest continent in the world, spanning some 3,930,000 square miles. The continent covers only two percent of the Earth’s surface. Europe is made up of approximately 47 countries, though the exact number is debatable. By some counts, there are over 50, when the border is pushed eastward, adding Armenia, Azerbaijan, Kazakhstan, and Georgia to Europe rather than Asia. Even the geographical boundaries are hazy, and have changed drastically throughout history. Based on cultural perceptions and political unions, the eastern border of Europe is typically determined by the route along the Ural Mountains. Both Russia and Turkey have territory within Europe, with the rest is in Asia, further blurring the separation. As of 2016, the population of Europe stood at 738.8 million, which was around 10% of the world population.
Russia's European section consists of 1.54 million square miles, making it the largest country on the continent. Vatican City is the smallest, and covers an area of just 0.17 sq. miles. Some important cities in Europe are; London, Berlin, Paris, Prague, Copenhagen, Zurich, Madrid, Amsterdam, Moscow, Istanbul, Venice, Rome, and Vienna, to name a few. The most populated metros in Europe are Moscow, Russia (16,200,000), Dusseldorf, Germany (13,400,000), Paris, France (10,900,000), London, England (10,200,000), and Amsterdam, Netherlands (7,500,000). The most popular languages spoken in Europe include English, French, Russian, German, Spanish, Portuguese, Dutch and Turkish.