What can you do in Europe?
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Answer . . . Europe is not an island nor a country but a continent which is located Eastward from the U.S. is divided by the North Atlantic ocean. Asia is to it's East. Europe comprises the westernmost peninsula of Eurasia. Countries such as Germany, France, Poland, Switzerland and Luxembourg are s…ome of the countries that make up Europe.. Europe is a large peninsula on the western end of the Eurasian continent, and is located directly north of the African continent, separated from Africa by the Mediterranean Sea. Its eastern limit is the Caucuses mountains. Britain and Ireland are considered part of Europe, as are other adjacent small islands such as parts of Fenno-scandia. It is also located right next to Asia it is one of the biggest continents in the world where is Europe located? (MORE)
Pollution is still a serious problem in Europe; it accounted forabout 600,000 deaths of Europeans in 2012 alone. It's beenestimated that about 90% of all European city-dwellers breathe indangerous, polluted air that could lead to health problems.
Their raids in Europe terrified Europe in the middle ages and they were probably were looking for money or more land because their population was overgrowing in Scandanavia. In the late 800's the vikings invaded Europe. King Alfred of Wessex, then known as Alfred the Great, drove out the vikings bac…k to Scandanavia. In the present, the vikings are now Norway, Sweden, and Denmark today. Their places don't mean terror to us now (MORE)
The flag of the EU is a royal blue flag with 12 yellow stars in a centre circle, to represent perfection.
Summer is the same time in Europe as it is in the United States and all other countries in the Northern Hemisphere
Tornadoes occur on every continent, and most every country. So, yes, tornadoes do happen in Europe. It is just not nearly as common of an occurance as in the United States.
Because industrialisation generated wealth, why Europe became industrialised before other parts of the world is, I think, an accident of history. I think, also, the temperate climate helped.
The largest country in Europe is Russia, although the largest country wholly in Europe is the Ukraine. The most populous country in Europe is also Russia, although the most populous country wholly in Europe is Germany. The largest city in Europe is Moscow. The largest sea in Europe is the Medi…terranean. The largest river in Europe is the Volga. The largest lake in Europe is Lake Ladoga. The largest mountain in Europe is Mount Elbrus. (MORE)
In ancient Greek mythology, Europa was a Phoenician princess whom Zeus abducted and took to the island of Crete. Later, Europa became a name for the area of central-north Greece, and by 500 BC its meaning had been extended to the lands to the north.
Europe is situated in northen hemisphere and is near to the North pole. So it is the coldest place in europe. When you consider that Europe is in Europe (for the same reason that China is in China) it's obviously going to be the coldest, driest, hottest, wettest and all at the same time.
The mountains of Europe are also known as a barrier, or obstacle. The early settlers of Europe could not get past the mountains, so they just made their settlements there. I would think that they cause a considerable climate change, too.
It is not really known when the continent became known as Europe, all that we know is that the name comes from the Greek Mythological person Europa, a Phoenician woman who had an affair with Zeus.
There are no opossum species native to Europe, but the Virginia Opossum of North America has spread to Europe and Asia.
i assume you mean 'where is Greece in Europe' Greece is in the Mediterranean, by Turkey, Albania & Italy
York is a city in England about 200 miles north of London. New York was named after it.
Portugal is land's end in extreme southwestern Europe , where it's bordered by Spain on the north and east sides, the Atlantic Ocean on the west, and the Mediterranean Sea on the south.
Dublin is the capital of Ireland, an island off the west coast of mainland Europe. Dublin is on Ireland's east coast. Its coordinates are: 53Â°20â²50â³N 6Â°15â²33â³W. There are other Dublin's in Europe. One is in county Tipperary in Ireland, and one is in the county of Suffolk in… England. (MORE)
There have been many many many revolts everywhere in Europe in many different times. You are going to have to be more specific.
Berlin is the capital of Germany, and is located in the northeastern part of the country.
No. It is an African country, being a large island off the eastcoast of the mainland of Africa.
The word parish can mean different things. In terms of an area associated with a church, then Europe has parishes. In terms of districts, like in Louisiana, then they would be known by different names, depending on what country you are in. So your answer is yes, though maybe not in the way you think… of a parish. (MORE)
Europe is not a monoculture, there are thus many different ways in which celebration take place. But in the northern parts it's much like in the US.
Europe is a continent of around 50 countries, with many cultures, music, languages, food, all sorts of landscapes and all sorts of differences around it. So it is a question that is really difficult to answer. Every country in Europe is different and has its own characteristics. So a single answer a…s to what Europe is like cannot really be given. (MORE)
That is a question that is impossible to answer because there are so many things you could do in Europe. There are many places to go, things to see, food to eat, experiences to have, people to meet, culture to see, music to hear and so on. The best is to go and enjoy it and have fun.
It depends on what you mean by 47Ë. Do you mean 47Ë Celsius? If so, then this temperature is achieved in multiple countries throughout Europe, mostly the Mediterranean region, during summer. Do you mean 47Ë Fahrenheit? If so, then this temperature is achieved throughout the European con…tinent during winter or fall months. Sometimes year round in the far north. Do you mean 47Ë Latitude? If so, then this degree of latitude (north) passes through the heart of Europe, from France to Russia. Do you mean 47Ë Longitude? If so, then this degree of longitude (east) passes through the westernmost of Russia. (MORE)
The Iberian Peninsula (SW Europe) consists of the countries of Spain and Portugal, and the UK exclave of Gibraltar.
The list below is of the countries that lists only sovereign states (independent countries) that are not in Europe. The divisions between what and Europe and what is Asia is at the Ural Mountains & River, Caspian Sea, the Caucasus Mountains and the Black Sea. Because of these divisions, the followin…g countries have land in both Europe and Asia: Azerbaijan, Georgia, Kazakhstan, Russia and Turkey. Also Armenia and Cyprus are considered as Europe but because of the divisions are entirely in Asia. The list below states all countries NOT in Europe: . Afghanistan . Algeria . Angola . Antingua and Barbuda . Argentina . Armenia (see notes above) . Australia . Azerbaijan . Bahamas . Bahrain . Bangladesh . Barbados . Belize . Benin . Bhutan . Bolivia . Botswana . Brazil . Brunei . Burkina Faso . Burma . Burundi . Cambodia . Cameroon . Canada . Cape Verde . Central African Republic . Chad . Chile . China . Colombia . Comoros . Congo, Democratic Republic of the . Congo, Republic of the (different to the one above) . Costa Rica . Cote d'Ivoire (Ivory Coast) . Cuba . Cyprus (see notes above) . Czech Republic . Denmark . Djibouti . Dominica . Dominican Republic . East Timor . Ecuador . Egypt . El Salvador . Equitorial Guinea . Eritrea . Ethiopia . Fiji . Gabon . The Gambia . Georgia (see notes above) . Ghana . Grenada . Guatemala . Guinea . Guinea-Bissau . Guyana . Haiti . Honduras . India . Indonesia . Iran . Iraq . Israel . Jamaica . Japan . Jordan . Kazakhstan (see notes above) . Kenya . Kiribati . Korea, North . Korea, South . Kuwait . Kyrgystan . Laos . Lebanon . Lesotho . Liberia . Libya . Leicthenstein . Madagascar . Malawi . Malaysia . Maldives . Marshall Islands . Mauritania . Mauritius . Mexico . Micronesia, Federated States of . Mongolia . Morocco . Mozambique . Namibia . Nauru . Nepal . New Zealand . Nicargua . Niger . Nigeria . Oman . Pakistan . Palau . Panama . Papua New Guinea . Paraguay . Peru . Philippines . Qatar . Russia (see notes above) . Rwanda . Saint Kitts and Nevis . Saint Lucia . Saint Vincent and the Grenadines . Samoa . SÃ£o TomÃ© and PrÃncipe . Saudi Arabia . Senegal . Seychelles . Sierra Leone . Singapore . Solomon Islands . Somalia . South Africa . Sri Lanka . Sudan . Suriname . Swaziland . Syria . Tajikistan . Tanzania . Thailand . Togo . Tonga . Trinidad and Tobago . Tunisia . Turkey (see notes above) . Turkmenistan . Tuvalu . Uganda . United Arab Emirates . United States of America . Uruguay . Uzbekistan . Vanuatu . Venezuela . Vietnam . Yemen . Zambia There are other sovereign states which are disputed over. They are listed below: . Palestine . Sahrawi Arab Democratic Republic . Kosovo . Republic of China (also known as Taiwan) . Abkhazia . South Ossetia . Nothern Cyprus . Nagorno-Karabakh . Transnistria . Somaliland For more information, see the related links. (MORE)
Many explorers have done it, most famously Christopher Columbus. Many ordinary sailors have done it too, so it would be impossible to list all the people who have done it.
The European Parliament is a democracy, as are all the governments of major countries in Europe. Some countries do have a monarchy, but they have little power to run the country. The UK is a famous example, but also countries like Spain, Belgium, the Netherlands and Norway.
If you mean Plymouth in England, then it is already in Europe. From mainland Europe you would travel across the English Channel to get to it. For Plymouth in America you could travel by boat or fly.
Yes. All kinds of medical personnel that are found around the world can be found in Europe.
Feudalism is a term used for a set of political and military customs in medieval Europe that flourished between the ninth and fifteenth centuries.In the present day, and it has been so for many centuries, Europe does not have feudalism.
It isn't, America is on the continent of North America and Europe is a totally different continent with the Atlantic Ocean between them.
It depends on what area of Europe you're in. In Southern Europe, around the Mediterranean, you'll find a mild winter. In Western Europe (and possibly Eastern), you'll find a cool to mild winter. In Northern Europe (and possible Eastern), you'll find a cold, frigid winter.
You appear to be referring to Georgia which is a state in the USA and a country in Europe.
North Europe is very cold,Western Europe is warm and south Europe is also very warm.
Part of it is, but most of it is in Asia. About 3,960,000km 2 (about 23% of its land area) of Russia is in Europe.
Europe is the 6th largest continent . Europe is the 3rd most populous continent . Europe has the 2nd largest population density, but the largest throughout . Europe has the largest GDP . Europe has the highest standard of living/development rating . Europe has the largest average income
There were many empires in Europe. Modern ones include the British Empire, the French Empire, the Spanish Empire, the Italian Empire, etc. Ancient ones include the Roman Empire, Alexander the Great's Empire, etc.
No. Open up a map and look at the big continent that's the furthest down. Antarctica is the Earth's southernmost continent, encapsulating the South Pole. It is situated in the Antarctic region of the southern hemisphere, almost entirely south of the Antarctic Circle, and is surrounded by the Southe…rn Ocean. (MORE)
Europe has small deserts but is the only continent with no major deserts. Countries like Spain and Italy have a few small deserts.
Yes Azerbaijan can be considered completely in Europe, but a part of Azerbaijan is definitely in Europe (it is one of 5 countries considered in Asia and Europe)
It depends on your location. If you are in the continents of Africa or Asia (or in Europe already) then yes, you can drive. [excluding islands without connecting bridges,train systems, etc.] If you are in the Americas or Oceania then no, you cannot.
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Historically it has influenced the world the most. It had the largest empires the world has ever seen, leader in advancement in technology and industry, and has some of the most important cities to the world. Europe has a HUGE economy and high standard of living in most of its countries. It has the …most tourists annually. It also has influenced the world significantly, in language, culture, etc. Its countries are some of the most developed in the world (holds 13/20 in the top 20.) It has many beautiful places to visit, historically and nature sites. (MORE)
Yes, Corfu is an Ionian Island located in Greece. Greece, being a European country, is part of Europe. Therefore, Corfu is in Europe.
Monarchy was a major form in government in olden Europe. Monarchy could still be a considered a major form in government in Europe, though most are constitutional monarchies.
It is said that we got the name from Phoenician princess. Her name was Europa.
Your question is unclear. Please rephrase it, so we can get a full understanding. You could be talking about population, area, number of countries, etc.
Monaco is a European country, right on the Mediterranean surrounded by France, about 140 kilometres from the country Italy.