Quick Glimpse about Europe Continent
The Europe continent is considered as the second-smallest continent after Australia in the world which covers 10.180.000 square kilometres and around 6.7 of the planet and 2% of its surface. If Russia and Turkey are included, the continent will consist of 47 countries, along with a total population of about 741.400 people, equivalent to almost 10% of the total world population.
According to geographical borders, the continent is surrounded by the Atlantic Ocean to the west, Mediterranean Sea to the south and by the Arctic Ocean to the north. The Ural mountains in Russia is considered as the most eastern point of the continent. In other words, the continent is separated by watery borders from Asia by the Caspian and Black Seas and from Africa by the Mediterranean sea.
Interestingly, the continent’s southern regions seem higher than any other parts of the continent, that cover the Pyrennees, the Alps and he Carpathian mountain ranges. Meanwhile, Russia is truly blessed with the longest river named Volga and the highest mountain called Elbrus in Europe. The continent can be divided into three regions; western Europe, Eastern Europe and Central Europe, whose climates can be divided into five; Tundra, Grassland, Mediterranean, Coniferous forest, and Deciduous forest, with the seasons comprising Spring, Summer, Autumn and Winter.
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