|A continent is a area of water usually surrounded by land a area of land usually surrounded by water.
Some sountries such as Rusia, Turkey and Georgia, are slit between Europe and Asia. These are called transcontinental countries countries transcontinental transcontinental city.
Istanbul, Turkey, is a transcontinental countries transcontinental city.
There are approximately ___ countries in Europe 55 45 50.
Europe there is a total population of over ___ million people 470 740 704.
Europe´s main oceans are the Atlantic Ocean and the Artic Ocean the Mediterranean, Caspian, Black, North and Baltic Seas.
Europe´s main seas are the Mediterranean, Caspian, Black, North and Baltic Seas the Atlantic Ocean and the Artic Ocean.
In Russia is the largest lake on the continent Lago Onega Baikal Lake Lake Ladoga .
Central Europe has many ___ lake small big.
Europe's many rivers flow into five main watersheds Arctic watershed, Atlantic watershed, Mediterranean watershed, Caspian Sea and Black Sea watersheds Arctic watershed, Atlantic watershed and Mediterranean watershed. Caspian Sea and Black Sea watersheds.
Arctic watershed Rivers here are short with a high flow and usually freeze in winter. Rivers here are long with a high flow and never freeze in winter. Rivers here are long with a high flow and usually freeze in winter.
Atlantic watershed rivers are tall with a high flow of water. Some important rivers are the Rhine, the Seine and the Elbe. rivers are short with a high flow of water. Some important rivers are the Rhine, the Seine and the Elbe.
Mediterranean watershed These short rivers have an irregular flow due to low precipitation in the summer. These short rivers have a regular flow due to low precipitation in the summer.
Caspian Sea and Black Sea watersheds These two watersheds have short rivers with a regular flow that run through Central Europe. These two watersheds have long rivers with a regular flow that run through Central Europe.
The climate in Europe are Alpine, Mediterranean, Polar, Continental, Oceanic and Polar Mediterranean, Continental, Oceanic and Polar.
Temperatures can reach -50ºC and de average mothly temperature is always below 10 ºC Mediterranean climate Continental climate Polar climate.
Summers are hot, and winters are cool. Precipitation levels are low. Mediterranean Alpine Oceanic.
It has cold winters and mild summers.There is high precipitation and snow falls in some places in winter. Continental Oceanic Polar.
There is low precipitation, but it does rain in summer. It has very cold winters and warm summers. Continental Oceanic Mediterranean climate.
Winters are very cold, and it usually snows. Summers are cool Polar Alpine Oceanic.
Northern Europe consists of numerous archipelago and island peninsulas and archipelago peninsulas and island.
The younger, higher mountains of the area form a line parellel to the Mediterraneam Sea and include the Alps, the Apennines, the Carpathians, and the Caucasus Mountains the Kilimanjaro, the Caucasus Mountains, and the Backbone the Alps, the Apennines, the Carpathians, the Balkan Mountains and the Caucasus Mountains.