Are there 42 countries in Europe?
No, there are about 51 countries in Europe.
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More countries do not use the Euro than those that do, so it iseasier to list those that do. . 17 European Union member countries currently use the Euro: Austria, Belgium, Cyprus, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany,Greece, Ireland, Italy, Luxembourg, Malta, The Netherlands,Portugal, Slovakia, Slove…nia and Spain. . 6 non-EU countries also use the Euro: These are Andorra, Kosovo, Monaco, Montenegro, San Marino, and theVatican City. . 10 EU member countries do not (yet)use the Euro: Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Denmark, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania,Poland, Romania, Sweden and United Kingdom. This information is correct as of January 2013. ( Full Answer )
Europe was never a country, but simply a continent which has many countries on it. It was influential because of the many inventive people who lived there.
If Europe is split into Western and Eastern Europe, then the smallest country would be Cyprus. If by general idea of Eastern Europe, then the answer would be Macedonia.
San Marino is the oldest country in Europe and the world. It gainedindependence in 301 AD from the Roman Empire and is the oldestrepublic. Its borders too have remained unchanged, making it 1,711year old nation-state.
Bosnia, Turkey, Albania, and Kosovo are the only countries with European territory that have a majority Muslim population.France has a Muslim population of 8%. Bosnia, Turkey, Albania, Kosovo and Azerbaijan (a small part of it is in Europe, like Turkey) are the only countries in Europe which have… majority-Muslim populations. ( Full Answer )
One three nation grouping is called the Baltic States consisting of Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia. Another example would be the Lowland or Benelux countries: the Netherlands, Belgium, and Luxembourg. Another example could be the Apennine (or Italian) countries: Italy, San Marino, and Vatican City. Y…et another such example would be the Iberian countries: Portugal, Spain, and Andorra. ( Full Answer )
Vatican City, in Rome, Italy. It has an area of 0.2 square miles and is the center for the Roman Catholic Church.
As far as I know it is Bulgaria - founded in 681 AD, when khan Asparukh and his people (presumably around 1.5 million) crossed the Danube river, invading Byzantine empire, allied with the Slavic tribes, crushed the Byzantine armies and signed a peace treaty with Byzantine empire, according to which …they had the right to rule the lands north from the mountain Stara Planina and Byzantine empire had to pay tribute. ( Full Answer )
Europe is a continent that is made up of many countries.. If you mean the European Union then the answer is still the same.
Of course nowadays there are a lot of people saying they do not believe in anything... but officialy all European countries are christian - with the exeption of Albania and Turkey (but Turkey has only a small European part - the rest isn't geographically a part of Europe) - and the regions of Aserba…ijan and Bosnia. ( Full Answer )
Iceland Ireland United Kingdom Portugal Spain Andorra France Monaco Luxembourg Belgium Netherlands Germany Denmark Norway Sweden Finland Malta Italy Vatican City San Marino Switzerland Liechtenstein Austria Czech Republic Slovakia Hungary Slovenia Croatia Bosnia and Herzegovina Montenegro Albania G…reece Macedonia Bulgaria Turkey Cyprus Romania Serbia Moldova Ukraine Belarus Russia Lithuania Latvia Estonia DE FACTO STATE: Kosovo PARTIALLY IN EUROPE: Georgia Azerbaijan Kazakhstan ( Full Answer )
Albania Andorra Armenia Austria Azerbaijan Belarus Belgium Bosnia and Herzegovina Bulgaria Croatia Cyprus Czech Republic Denmark Estonia Finland France Georgia Germany Greece Hungary Iceland Ireland Italy Kazakhstan Kosovo Latvia Liechtenstein Lithuania Luxembourg Macedonia Malta Moldova M…onaco Montenegro Netherlands Norway Poland Portugal Romania Russia San Marino Serbia Slovakia Slovenia Spain Sweden Switzerland Turkey Ukraine United Kingdom Vatican City Countries shown in bold are either partially in Asia or notalways counted as being in Europe. Kosovo and the Vatican City arenot recognised by some other countries, and are not members of theUN. ( Full Answer )
No, it is a continent made up of 51 countries. The countries in Europe include... Albania Andorra Armenia Austria Azerbaijan Belarus Belgium Bosnia and Herzegovina Bulgaria Croatia Cyprus Czech Republic Denmark Estonia Finland France Georgia Germany Greece Hungary Iceland Ireland Italy Kazakhstan …Kosovo Latvia Liechtenstein Lithuania Luxembourg Macedonia Malta Moldova Monaco Montenegro Netherlands Norway Poland Portugal Romania Russia San Marino Serbia Slovakia Slovenia Spain Sweden Switzerland Turkey Ukraine United Kingdom Vatican City Europe is a continent, not a country. ( Full Answer )
Russia is the largest country in Europe (~17 million km2 [includingAsian portion]; just European Russia= ~4 million km2). The nextlargest country, the largest that is completely in Europe, isUkraine, at about 603,628 square kilometres. The largest country in Europe, by both area and population, is R…ussia. However, only counting countries wholly in Europe, then the Ukraine is the largest while Germany is the most populous. Ukraine is the largest country that is situated completely in Europe. Russia is the largest country that has part of it in Europe. The other part of Russia is in Asia. It is larger than Ukraine. France is the largest country wholly in Europe. 674843 km2. The Ukraine is only 603628 km2. Russia is the largest country in Europe with a total area of 17,098,242 sq. km (3,960,000 sq. km in Europe alone). France comes in second with 674,843 sq. km (551,695 sq. km in Europe alone). However, the largest country wholly in Europe is the Ukraine at 603,628 sq. km. ( Full Answer )
Europe is a continent composed of many different countries. But is mostly known as Europe because of the European Union, which is an economical and politician agreement with free travel.
Below is a list of both the sovereign states (independent countries) and the dependent territories within the divisions of Europe. Europe ends at the Ural Mountains and River, the Caspian Sea in the east, Caucasus Mountains and the Black Sea to the west and Bosporus and Dardanelles in the south. Thi…s division causes somewhat of a problem when it comes to categorizing countries into continents as the divisions have caused the following countries to have both land of Europe and in Asia: Azerbaijan, Georgia, Kazakhstan, Russia and Turkey. Also, Armenia and Cyprus are entirely in Asia, but are socially considered as part of Europe. The list is below. Sovereign States: . Albania . Andorra . Armenia . Austria . Azerbaijan . Belarus . Belgium . Bosnia and Herzogovina . Bulgaria . Croatia . Cyprus . Czechia . Denmark . Estonia . Finland . France . Georgia . Germany . Greece . Hungary . Iceland . Ireland . Italy . Kazakhstan . Latvia . Liechtenstein . Lithuania . Luxembourg . Macedonia . Malta . Moldova . Monaco . Montenegro . Netherlands . Norway . Poland . Portugal . Romania . Russia (partly) . San Marino . Serbia . Slovakia . Slovenia . Spain . Sweden . Switzerland . Turkey . Ukraine . United Kingdom . Vatican City Partially and unrecognized sovereign states: . Abkhazia . Kosovo . Nothern Cyprus . South Ossettia . Nagomo-Karabakh . Transnistria Dependent Territories: . Aland . Akrotiri and Dhekella . Faroe Islands . Gilbraltar . Guernsey . Isle of Man . Jersey . Svalbard For more information, see the related links. ( Full Answer )
Italy has the most precipitation of any European country with an average annual rainfall of about 944 mm.
The country that is known as a boat is Guadeloupe, which is not inEurope. Guadeloupe is located in the Caribbean Sea. The countrythat is known as the boot of Europe is Italy.
One country that is in Europe is Ireland. Other countries that arein Europe include Spain, Turkey, Ukraine and France.
No, Russia is (just the European portion of Russia is about 6.6 times larger than the Ukraine; the largest country wholly in Europe.) If you do not include Russia, and include intregal parts of the country not in Europe, then the answer is France. By population, the answer is still European Russi…a(contains about 80% of all of Russia's population), but if you do not include Russia as an answer, then the answer is Germany. ( Full Answer )
in world war 2? Turkey, Spain, Portugal, Ireland, Sweden, and Switzerland (despite it was right next to Germany.
Norway, Sweden, and Finland are the three countries in Europe that are the farthest North. If you look at a map Norway is the farthest North out of those three, but only by a small chunk of land.
No. Africa is not a country. It is a continent. It is south ofEurope though.
There are a total of 51 countries in Europe: . Iceland . Ireland . United Kingdom . Portugal . Spain . Andorra . France . Monaco . Malta . Vatican City . San Marino . Italy . Austria . Liechtenstein . Switzerland . Luxembourg . Belgium . Netherlands . Germany . Denmark . Nor…way . Sweden . Finland . Estonia . Latvia . Lithuania . Poland . Czech Republic . Slovakia . Hungary . Slovenia . Croatia . Bosnia and Herzegovina . Montenegro . Albania . Greece . Bulgaria . Macedonia . Kosovo . Serbia . Romania . Moldova . Ukraine . Belarus . Russia . Kazakhstan . Azerbaijan . Armenia . Georgia . Turkey . Cyprus ( Full Answer )
There are eleven countries in Europe that are constitutional monarchies: Andorra Belgium Denmark Liechtenstein Luxembourg Monaco Netherlands Norway Spain Sweden United Kingdom There is also one absolute monarchy: Vatican City.
Vatican City is the smallest country in Europe, and the world. Its capital is Vatican City.
Well, there's France, Germany, Scotland, Ireland, Great Britain, Belgium, the Netherlands, Poland, Sweden, Norway, Austria, Switzerland, Italy, Spain, Portugual, and several more...
Armenia Belgium Denmark Germany Luxembourg FYR of Macedonia (Republic of Macedonia) Malta Moldova Monaco Montenegro Romania San Marino United Kingdom
Switzerland, Iceland(candidates), Croatia(candidates), Bosnia and Herzegovina, Kosovo, Montenegro, Albania, Macedonia, Serbia, Turkey(in an anteroom), Norway, Moldova, Ukraine, Russia, Belarus, Georgia
Landlocked countries of Western Europe include Andorra, Luxembourg, Switzerland, Liechtenstein, Austria, San Marino, and Vatican City.
The Vatican city is the smallest state in Europe, it's only 0.44 square kilometers and has a population around 826 people.
Only in the UK. It's pretty obvious because the dollar and thepound are connected. Same national banking system/corporateassociates etc.
There are 27 countries in Eastern Europe. This includes five transcontinental countries and two geo-political European countries.
Probably either Russia or Turkey since both are Asian countries with their capitals in Europe. (Russia has more land area)
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No, actually Turkey is a successful bridge between East and West. It's the country where East meets West. It's the synthesis of East and West. That's why Turkey is neither an Asian country nor an European country.
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. ( Full Answer )
Norway (bordering Sweden, and Finland) . Russia (bordering Finland, Estonia, and Latvia) . Belarus (bordering Latvia, Lithuania, and Poland) . Ukraine (bordering Poland, Slovakia, Hungary, and Romania) . Moldova (bordering Romania) . Southeastern border of the EU: . Turkey (bordering Bulgar…ia, and Greece) . Western Balkans enclave within EU territory: . Croatia (bordering Slovenia, Hungary and Italy in the Adriatic) . Serbia (bordering Hungary, Romania, and Bulgaria) . Macedonia (bordering Bulgaria, and Greece) . Albania (bordering Greece) . Other territories enclaved by EU territory: . Kaliningrad Oblast (Russia) (bordering Lithuania, and Poland) . Switzerland (bordering Austria, Germany, France, and Italy) . Liechtenstein (bordering Austria) . Andorra (bordering France, and Spain) . Monaco (bordering France) . San Marino (bordering Italy) . Vatican City (bordering Italy) . Bordering Cyprus: . Akrotori and Dhekelia (UK) (did not join with the United Kingdom) . Northern Cyprus . Spanish exclaves of Ceuta and Melilla: . Morocco . Bordering French Guiana: . Suriname . Brazil . Bordering the Collectivity of Saint Martin: . Netherlands Antilles (did not join with the Netherlands) ( Full Answer )
Yes, Denmark, along with the rest of the Nordic countries, is located in Northern Europe.
Germany, who borders 9 countries. Germany 1. Netherlands 2. Denmark 3. Belgium 4. Luxembourg 5. Switzerland 6. Austria 7. Poland 8. France 9. Czech Republic
Europe is a continent, not a country. It has about 50 countries in it. They are all relatively free countries.
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Russia. Just European Russia alone borders 11 countries. The next highest is France which borders 8 countries on the continent of Europe, 2 on the continent of South America.
There are 196 countries in the world and of these, 51 are in Europe, so it is much easier to name countries that are in Europe: Iceland, Ireland, United Kingdom, Portugal, Spain, Andorra, France, Monaco, Luxembourg, Belgium, Netherlands, Germany, Poland, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Hungary, Slovenia…, Austria, Liechtenstein, Switzerland, Italy, San Marino, Vatican City, Malta, Denmark, Norway, Sweden, Finland, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Belarus, Russia, Kazakhstan, Azerbaijan, Armenia, Georgia, Turkey, Cyprus, Bulgaria, Greece, Macedonia, Albania, Montenegro, Kosovo, Romania, Serbia, Moldova, Ukraine, Bosnia and Herzegovina, and Croatia. ( Full Answer )
Country code +42 (dialed as 00 42 from many places) was Czechoslovakia. When that country split, the Czech Republic became country code +420 and Slovakia became country code +421. Country code +423 was assigned to Liechtenstein. The remaining +42X codes are not yet in use. (The plus sign …means "insert your international access prefix here." From a GSM mobile phone, you can enter the number in full international format, starting with the plus sign. The most common prefix is 00 , but North America (USA, Canada, etc.) uses 011 , Japan uses 010 , Australia uses 0011 , and many other countries use different prefixes.) ( Full Answer )
There is no such thing as the most talented country as every country has their perks.
The Netherlands, Belgium, and Luxembourg are the Low Countries. They are referred to this as they are mainly below sea level.
Contiguous means connected, so the non-contiguous countries of Europe would be countries not located/connected to mainland Europe. This would only include island nations in this case: Cyprus Iceland Ireland Malta United Kingdom
Telephone country code +42 is an incomplete code; you need one moredigit. . +420 - Czech Republic . +421 - Slovakia . +423 - Liechtenstein (The plus sign means "insert your international access prefix here." From a GSMmobile phone, you can enter the number in full internationalformat, start…ing with the plus sign. The most common prefix is 00 , but NorthAmerica (USA, Canada, etc.) uses 011 , Japan uses 010 , Australia uses 0011 , and manyother countries use different prefixes.) ( Full Answer )