Is England part of continental Europe?
The term "Continental Europe" is usually associated with the mainland of Europe. England is part of Europe, but it is not on the mainland of Europe, so isn't considered part of continental Europe.
Although England is separated from mainland Europe, it sits on the continental shelf of the European continent. In fact, during the Ice Age when sea levels were lower, England was connected to mainland Europe. Additionally, the people who settled England thousands of years ago were from Europe, som England shares much of its culture with the rest of Europe.
Europe is not on an island. It is part of the continental landmass known as Eurasia.
England is part of the British Isles - which lie off the west coast of Europe. So England is part of the continent of Europe.
No, England is in Europe. It is part of the UK though.
The parts of the Continental Shelf are Europe,France,London,and Georgia.
Both. Blackpool is situated in northwest England and England is part of the Continent of Europe.
So that trains could travel between England and continental Europe.
The United Kingdom, which includes England, is part of the continent of Europe.
England is part of Britain and Britain is part of Europe.
While Britain was the first country in which industrialization occurred it is not part of continental Europe. It is debated as to who in continental Europe took part in the Industrial Revolution next, but the leading answer would likely be Germany; an economic powerhouse for quite some time.
Yes, England (along with its country of the United Kingdom) is a part of Northern Europe, however, it is also a part of Western Europe.
England is part of Europe. From England to the mainland of Europe, across the narrowest part of the English Channel to France is 34 km (21 miles) wide.
To defend Dover and England from enemies in continental Europe.
No. It is the westernmost country in continental Europe.
no, Italy is part of Europe
its pounds England is part of the continent of Europe.
There are no continents in England. England is part of the UK which is part of the British Isles wich is part of Europe which is a continent
The UK is physically off shore from continental Europe but is part of the European Union.
Yes, in fact in many other countries like England, Continental Europe, Australia, and South Africa.
How did the monarchy of England differ from those in continental Europe toward the end of the Reformation?
In England, the king's power was limited by a constitution and parliament.
Continental Europe refers to mainland Europe, disregarding islands. Europe continental is something I have never heard of and something that does not exist as to my research. It is most likely the same as Continental Europe.
Nobody ever controlled the whole of Europe, not even the Romans. They controlled continental Western Europe up to the River Rhine and southern Germany, England and Wales and the Balkan Peninsula in south-eastern Europe. The first people to be in control of most of continental Western Europe after the fall of the western part of the Roman Empire were the franks when their king established what historians have called the Carolingian Empire.
London is the capital of England, which is a country in Europe, so London is in Europe.
An agreement to stop trade with England
Football/ Soccer was invented in England, which is part of Europe.
Britain has always been in Europe
It was never declared,England,Britain and the United Kingdom have ALWAYS been in Europe and the people European, they are Western Europe.
No. It is the westernmost country in all continental Europe.
England is part of the continent of Europe and its capital is London.
England is part of Britain. Britain is part of the continent of Europe. So the answer is yes.
Stonehenge is in England, which is part of Europe
Stonehenge is in England, which is a part of Europe
England is part of the UK and is in the North West of the continent of Europe
England is not a continent and it never will be. It is a country that is part of Europe.
Yes. England saw no reason to have an alliance with Continental Europe.
It does not belong to Europe in the sense that it is not owned by Europe. It does belong to Europe in the sense that it is part of Europe, being a European country.
Europe is a continent. England is part of the island of Great Britain, which is an island off the north west coast of the continent of Europe and normally considered part of that continent.
Most people would consider England to be part of Europe and it is part of the UK, which is in the EU. The UK is actually physically separated from mainland Europe by the English Channel.
England is part of Europe. To get to France and the European mainland from England you can use the Channel Tunnel by car, lorry, coach or train. You can also cross by Ferry.
He looked up on his Pangaea map, and figured out about the continental drift at the part of Africa, Antarctica, and Europe.
To provide a high speed rail link between Britain and continental Europe.
Bless you. Europe...
London is in England, which is part of the continent of Europe.
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Yes, England is considered to be part of Europe.
England is part of the United Kingdom which also includes Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales. It is all part of Europe.
The United Kingdom, which includes England, is part of Europe. Being an island, it is not part of the landmass itself.
Continental Europe is also referred as Mainland Europe. It does not include the islands of Europe.