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    Politically, Europe is divided into about fifty sovereign states, of which Russia is the largest and most populous, spanning 39% of the continent and comprising 15% of its population. Europe had a total population of about 746 million (about 10% of the world population) in 2018.

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    Europe is named after a princess in Greek mythology called "Europa." The myth says that Zeus kidnapped Europa and took her to Crete, where she became the mother of King Minos (from whom Europe’s first civilization gets its name, the Minoans). The name "Europa" was later used to describe Greece. Then, as the rest of modern-day Europe started to have...

    The history of Europe is long and has many turns. Many great countries originated from Europe. Greek mythology and the beginning of western civilizationcame from European nations. Some of the major periods in European history have been: 1. Ancient Greece (Minoan, Mycenaean, Archaic, Classical, Hellenistic): c.2000 BC to 146 BC 2. Ancient Rome (Roma...

    Andreas M. Kaplan describes modern Europe as a continent where many different cultureslive closely together, "embracing maximum cultural diversity at minimal geographical distances". There are several major regions of Europe: 1. Eastern Europe 2. Central Europe 3. Western Europe 4. Northern Europe 5. Southern and Southeastern Europe Within these re...

    Most of Europe lies in temperate climate zones. However, there are many different climates throughout Europe. For example, during the winter, it may be snowing and -30 degrees Celsius for 4–5 months in Finland. Yet it may be much warmer, with no snow at all except on high mountains, in Spain.

    The European Union is a confederation of 27 European countries. These countries agree to follow common laws so that their citizens can move and trade in EU countries almost the same as they do in their own. Nineteen of these countries also share the same type of money: the euro.

  2. Europe is traditionally defined as one of seven continents. Physiographically, it is the northwestern peninsula of the larger landmass known as Eurasia (or the larger Afro-Eurasia ); Asia occupies the eastern bulk of this continuous landmass and all share a common continental shelf.

    • 10,180,000 km² (3,930,000 sq mi) (6th)
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  3. fr.wikipedia.org › wiki › EuropeEurope — Wikipédia

    L’ Europe est un territoire considéré conventionnellement comme un continent, délimité à l’ouest par l’ océan Atlantique et le détroit de Danemark, et au nord par l’ océan Arctique. Sa limite méridionale est marquée par le Détroit de Gibraltar qui la sépare de l' Afrique, tandis que les détroits respectivement du Bosphore ...

    • 73 hab./km²
    • 10 180 000 km²
    • 743 000 000 hab.
    • 73 hab./km 2
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  5. The history of Europe is traditionally divided into four time periods: prehistoric Europe (prior to about 800 BC), classical antiquity (800 BC to AD 500), the Middle Ages (AD 500 to AD 1500), and the modern era (since AD 1500). The first early European modern humans appear in the fossil record about 48,000 years ago, during the Paleolithic Era.

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  6. Europe is a Swedish rock band formed in Upplands Väsby in 1979, [5] by frontman Joey Tempest, guitarist John Norum, bassist Peter Olsson, and drummer Tony Reno. They obtained a major breakthrough in Sweden in 1982 by winning the televised competition " Rock-SM " (Swedish Rock Championships): it was the first time this competition was held, and ...

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