Germany is the most populous country that is wholly in Europe
There are more than one term for a deep narrow valley. Glens, canyons, ravines, fjords are terms you could use.
A narrow inlet is a ria.
Marseilles (French spelling Marseille), on the Mediterranean sea, is France's largest and busiest seaport.
The home of the Catholic Church is Vatican City, Rome, Italy.
It's just Catholic, not Roman Catholic. Roman is an epithet first commonly used in England after the protestant revolt to describe the Catholic Church. It is never used by the official Catholic Church.
The very first Pope, St. Peter, was buried on Vatican Hill, and the center of Catholic Christianity has been in Rome ever since, Vatican City. See Taylor R. Marshall's book, The Eternal City Rome & the Origins of Catholic Christianity. (link below)
The gulf of Bothnia and the Baltic sea. However Finland and Sweden are not entierly separated from one and other, they're connected in the northern regions of both countries.
it's fogy and damp
the answer is CORAL
the capitals of the 3 Canadian Territories are :
. Yukon - Whitehorse
. Northwest Territories- Yellowknife
. Nunavut - Iqaluit
The mountain range forming the backbone of the United Kingdom is the Pennines.
The Bay of Biscay is a boundary of the Iberian peninsula.
Scandinavia as the name for the combination of Norway, Sweden and Denmark. It also often includes Finland, Iceland and the Faroe Islands.
Madrid is the capital of Spain but I think maybe Barcelona is the cultural center (by just a little over Madrid).
The capital of Norway is Oslo. It does not begin with S.
The largest city in Switzerland by population is Zürich, then comes Geneva (French: Genève), Basel, Bern (the capital) and Lausanne.
Austria is not a "postage stamp country".
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Reykjavik, Iceland is the northernmost capital city in Europe and the world.
The narrowest strip of Mexico is called Baja California.