Difference between revisions of "Europe"

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'''Europe''' is the continental landmass consisting of the major peninsulas of Eurasia, and covering some 15% of the world's land area.  It is bordered on the west by the Atlantic Ocean; the north by the Arctic Ocean and Barents Sea; the east by the Ural Mountains; and on the south by the Caspian, Black, and Mediterranean Seas (a second mountain range, the Caucasus, serves as a land boundary between the Caspian and Black seas).
 
'''Europe''' is the continental landmass consisting of the major peninsulas of Eurasia, and covering some 15% of the world's land area.  It is bordered on the west by the Atlantic Ocean; the north by the Arctic Ocean and Barents Sea; the east by the Ural Mountains; and on the south by the Caspian, Black, and Mediterranean Seas (a second mountain range, the Caucasus, serves as a land boundary between the Caspian and Black seas).

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Political map of Europe
Shaded relief map of Europe

Europe is the continental landmass consisting of the major peninsulas of Eurasia, and covering some 15% of the world's land area. It is bordered on the west by the Atlantic Ocean; the north by the Arctic Ocean and Barents Sea; the east by the Ural Mountains; and on the south by the Caspian, Black, and Mediterranean Seas (a second mountain range, the Caucasus, serves as a land boundary between the Caspian and Black seas).

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