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Europe is a common home for 50 independent states. The area of ​​Europe (10.5 million km²) covers only 2% of the globe and about 6.8% of its land area, but this small area is home to 830 million people, and 70 different peoples develop their culture. Europe is washed by the Atlantic and Arctic oceans and their seas. Climatic zones create a fantastic variety of natural landscapes: the silence of the Arctic deserts, the harsh beauty of the fjords, the majesty of the mountains and the glaciers of the Alps, the fabulous thickets of forests, the azure of the warm seas, and endless steppes with flowers.

The European countries conquered the whole world, creating colonial empires. Europe is rightfully considered to be a “hotbed of high culture.” Democracy, Western Christianity, Italian Renaissance, and humanism first appeared here. The European part of Eurasia was named the “Old World,” which has a deep meaning. The rich historical past is reflected in the architecture of European countries, where Roman ruins, medieval castles, and Gothic cathedrals peacefully coexist with luxurious baroque palaces and steel skyscrapers.

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  • Europe is the second smallest continent after Australia by area.
  • The largest country in the world is a part of the European continent.
  • Christianity is the most widely practiced religion in Europe, which accounts for 72.9% of the total of Europe’s population.
  • Mount Etna is the largest active volcano in Europe, which is located in Sicily, Italy.
  • Vatican City, the smallest country in the world, is also in Europe.
  • Volga river is the longest river on this continent.
  • In France, it is illegal to call your pig Napoleon, if so, it could land you in jail.
  • Europe has the highest GDP (income per person).
  • It was named after the Phoenician princess Europa.
  • Europeans eat 50% of all the world’s chocolate.
  • Blonde hair in humans developed in Northern Europe.
  • Almost half of the world’s wine is produced on the continent.
  • The longest town name in Europe is Lanfairpwllgwyngyllgogerychwyrndrobwllllantysiliogo, in Wales.
  • There are more UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Europe than any other continent in the world.
  • More than 200 languages are being spoken throughout Europe.
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