print this map Europe Political Map . Political maps are designed to show governmental boundaries of countries, states, and counties, the location of major cities, and they usually include significant bodies of water. Like the European political map above, bright colors are often used to help the user find the borders.
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Map of Europe with countries and capitals. 3750x2013 / 1,23 Mb Go to Map. Political map of Europe
Color-coded map of Europe with European Union member countries, non-member countries, and EU candidates, with international borders, the national capitals, and major cities. You are free to use above map for educational purposes (fair use), please refer to the Nations Online Project.
Plan your Eurotrip with an interactive travel map of Europe from Rough Guides. Use our Europe map to explore all the countries of the European continent.
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Europe Map with Countries. The map of Europe above has all the countries marked with borders and all major bodies of water such as the North Sea. Capital cities are marked for all countries and some other major cities have been marked also. We have the 10 smallest countries of Europe marked to the largest country in Europe.
Add the title you want for the map's legend and choose a label for each color group. Change the color for all countries in a group by clicking on it. Drag the legend on the map to set its position or resize it. Use legend options to customize its color, font, and more.
- Eastern Europe
- Northern Europe
- Southern Europe
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1. Belarus 2. Bulgaria 3. Czech Republic 4. Hungary 5. Poland 6. Moldova 7. Romania 8. Russia 9. Slovakia 10. UkraineEastern Europe refers to Europe’s eastern parts. It includes ten sovereign nations.Eastern Europe is not an easily defined region. The term often carries with it other meanings that are geopolitical in nature. However, the region does have some physical boundaries. The region’s limits to the east can be geographically defined by the presence of the Ural River, Ural Mountains,...
1. Aland Islands 2. Denmark 3. Estonia 4. Faroe Islands 5. Finland 6. Guernsey 7. Iceland 8. Ireland 9. Isle of Man 10. Jersey 11. Latvia 12. Lithuania 13. Norway 14. Sark 15. Svalbard and Jan Mayen 16. Sweden 17. United Kingdom (Great Britain and Northern Ireland)According to the UN Geoscheme for Europe, seventeen states are part of Northern Europe. The nations are mentioned in the list below. The region is roughly defined as the part of Europe north of the Baltic Sea’s southern coast. Othe...
1. Albania 2. Andorra 3. Bosnia and Herzegovina 4. Croatia 5. Gibraltar 6. Greece 7. Italy 8. Republic of Macedonia 9. Malta 10. Montenegro 11. Portugal 12. San Marino 13. Serbia 14. Slovenia 15. Spain 16. Vatican CitySouthern Europe is often synonymous with Mediterranean Europe and includes 16 nations within its boundaries. Like other European regions, however, the exact definitions of this region also vary. Most of Southern Europe experiences a Mediterranean climate. The Romance languages...
1. Austria 2. Belgium 3. France 4. Germany 5. Liechtenstein 6. Luxembourg 7. Monaco 8. Netherlands 9. SwitzerlandWestern Europe is made up of nine countries as per the UN Geoscheme. Western Europe’s religious landscape is dominated primarily by Protestantism and Catholicism whereas, as mentioned previously, Eastern Europe’s Eastern Orthodox churches dominate the religious scene in the region. The climate in this region varies widely from subtropical to polar in the high mountains of the Alps...
1. Eastern Europe: 290,432,600 2. Western Europe: 194,280,441 3. Southern Europe: 151,558,199 4. Northern Europe: 103,028,126Eastern Europe is the most populated region, mostly due to the inclusion of the most populated country in Europe, Russia, in this region. Western Europe, which is home to Germany, the second most populated country in Europe, is the second most populated region. Northern Europe is the least populated, even though it includes the United Kingdom, which is the fifth most p...
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The game Europe: Countries is available in the following languages: Seterra is an entertaining and educational geography game that lets you explore the world and learn about its countries, capitals, flags, oceans, lakes and more!
Now Europe includes 51 independent states. Russia, Kazakhstan, Azerbaijan, Georgia, and Turkey are transcontinental countries, partially located in both Europe and Asia. Armenia and Cyprus politically are considered European countries, though geographically they are located in the West Asia territory.