Physical Map of Europe

The Physical Map of Europe shows that most of the continent is a Plain, the North European Plain being the dominant one. The important mountain ranges are the Alps, the Caucasus Mountains, and others.
Europe Physical Map
Description : The physical map of Europe shows the physical features of the continent, including the many mountain ranges, islands, rivers, and seas. Disclaimer

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Unlike most continents, Europe is not a separate landmass, but instead shares the continental shelf with Asia, together making up the giant landmass, Eurasia. The Ural Mountains of Russia divide the landmass into two separate continents, but this division splits Russia, making it part of both Europe and Asia.
Europe has a combination of physical features, from the southern mountain ranges to the northern plains, and the uplands in the northwest. Europe has a unique shape with many peninsulas and internal bodies of water. One of the unusual features of Europe's geography are the fjords of Norway, or the deep cuts of water into the coastal land, creating narrow bodies of water surrounded by steep crevasses.

History Maps of Europe

Major Mountain Ranges in Europe
AlpsApenninesPyreneesCarpathian Mountains
Caucasus MountainsUral MountainsBalkan Mountains

Major Islands of Europe
IcelandGreat BritainIrelandCorsicaMalta
SicilySardiniaAegean IslandsCrete

Major Rivers in Europe

Major Bodies of Water in Europe
Mediterranean SeaBlack SeaBay of BiscayBaltic SeaNorth SeaNorwegian SeaBarents SeaAtlantic Ocean

Europe Map

European Countries

Cities in Europe