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    Europe's largest country is Russia (37% of total continent area), and the smallest one is Vatican City, which occupies only a tiny territory in the center of Rome. The always up-to-date list of countries of Europe in alphabetical order

  3. List of Countries in Europe by Region, Population & Area

    List of Countries in Europe by alphabetical order # State Region Population (2020) Total ...

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    Name of region and territory, with flag Area (km²) Population (As of 2011) Population density (per km²) Capital; Albania: 28,748 2,994,667 104.1 Tirana: Andorra: 468 84,082

  5. European Countries list alphabetically and geography ...

    Oct 22, 2020 · The most visiting tourists destination of Europe is Paris, the capital of France. Also, Italy, England, Germany are worth mentioning countries concerning to places of tourism. Also Read: Top 10 best countries to visit in Europe. Top 10 most beautiful cities in Europe; List of European Countries in Alphabetical Order A. Albania; Andorra; Armenia ...

  6. A Complete A-Z List of All the European Countries - Science ...
    • Albania. Tirana is the capital of Albania. The political system of this country is Republican. The population of this...
    • Andorra. Andorra La Vella is the capital city and the total population is around 0.078 million. The political system of...
    • Armenia. Yerevan is the capital of Armenia. The political system followed is...
  7. List of Countries in Europe –
    • Alphabetical List of Countries in Europe
    • Countries in Europe by Population
    • Territories in Europe by Population
    • European Countries by Area
    • Map of Countries in Europe
    • European Climate and Vegetation
    • European Culture

    Europe is made up of 45 countries. There is great diversity between the sizes of each and we can find the small Vatican (0.44 km2 ), Monaco (0.44 km2 ), San Marino (61.2 km2 ), Liechtenstein (160 km2 ) and the Principality of Andorra (468 km2). Despite being between two continents, Asia and Europe, the largest countries in Europe are the Russian Federation, Kazakhstan and Turkey. The island of Cyprus is part of Asia but politically belongs to Europe. The small island is occupied by Turkey and the United Kingdom, which still have military bases there. Part of the territory, the south, was admitted to the European Union in 2004. Georgia, Azerbaijan and Armenia, from a geographical point of view, are countries belonging to the Asian continent. They are located in the Caucasus region, considered transcontinental countries. Azerbaijan and Georgia border Russia (European part), the former being a member of the Council of Europe since 25 January 2001. In summary, there are a total of 45 in...

    Currently, there are 45 independent countries in Europe. As mentioned above, the most populous is Russia and the least populated is Holy See. The full list of countries in Europe is shown in the table below, ranked by latest total population.

    In addition to independent countries, there are also dependent territories in Europe. See table below for a full list of all 6 European territories, with latest total population and dependencies.

    Below is a list of all the European countries, in order of land area size. Russia is the biggest country while Nauru is the smallest one.

    European industry

    Among the most industrialized countries are Germany, the United Kingdom and France. The continent stands out in the manufacture of automobiles, shoes, luxury industry (cosmetics and clothing). Despite this, the global crisis of 2008 raised the unemployment rate of the European continent. France is the world’s first nuclear power producer, from which it extracts 76% of its electricity needs, and sells some to Germany and Belgium.

    European agriculture

    The agriculture in some European countries, it is not sufficient to meet the population’s needs. In the United Kingdom agriculture occupies a small part of the territory. Agricultural labor use is the lowest in the world and food production meets only 40% of the population’s food needs, the rest is imported. Countries like Spain and Italy are major producers of meat, olive oil and fruits. Already France, stands out with wines and dairy products.

    Services and Finance in Europe

    The service sector is the strongest in Europe. To get an idea, of the twenty largest companies on this continent, 12 are from the financial sector such as the British bank HSBC or the German insurer Allianz. Tourism is also essential for maintaining balance of accounts. Portugal, for example, receives about 12.76 million visitors in 2018 and this activity already accounts for 13.7% of GDP of this country, according to data from the National Institute of Statistics.

    Europe’s climate and landscapes feature three major natural regions: 1. Northern Europe: domain of tundra (undergrowth, which can withstand very low temperatures), subpolar plains and mountains (polar climate). Mastery of the taiga and land where weeds and wild plants develop; less intense cold region to the west due to maritime influence (cold weather). 2. Plains oceanic and continental Europe: plains region, natural environment altered by human action and predominance of agriculture (temperate climate). Mountainous areas dominated by forests and many man-made stretches and some regions with semiarid climate. 3. Southern mountain Europe: cold mountain region of high mountains. Mediterranean region with mountains and places modified by human action and regions of Mediterranean plains and plateaus (Mediterranean climate).

    European culture is diverse and is the sum of various peoples, religions and knowledge that have developed in this region. The first civilization that influenced the continent was the Greek. Despite being a handful of competing cities, the Greeks left their mark on politics, philosophy, medicine, astronomy, art, etc. They were later dominated by the Romans who copied many of their teachings and expanded their domains to the north in present-day England. The Romans carried their legal system and customs throughout the continent. Similarly, with the advent of Christianity, European peoples began to develop painting, architecture, sculpture and music always related to the religious theme. Already in the fourteenth and fifteenth centuries, the revaluation of Classical Antiquity, the realization that there are lands beyond the Ocean, change the Europeans’ understanding of themselves and the world. On this continent, too, are created the machines that allow the Industrial Revolution, libe...

  8. List of European Countries and Capitals, Countries and ...

    Some of very famous capital cities of Europe are London, Paris, Berlin, Madrid, Moscow, Rome, Amsterdam, Sofia, Vienna, Prague, Stockholm, Buchares and Vienna. Below is the list of all European Countries and their capital cities. Countries are order by alphabetical character. List of Countries in Europe and their Capital Cities

  9. List of sovereign states and dependent territories in Europe ...

    Forty-four countries have their capital city located within Europe, and (since 2020) 27 of those countries have also been member states of the European Union, which means that they are highly integrated with one another and share their sovereignty through EU institutions. Each entry in the list below has a map of its location in Europe.

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