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Satelital komposit imaje de Europa

Europa konventionalim es konsiderat kom un ek li set kontinentes. Disi distinktione es, ye disi kasu, plu kultural e plu politikal kam fisiogeografial. Fisikalim e geologialim, Europa es subkontinente o grandi peninsule, formant li maxim vesti parte de Eurasia. Europa es sirkumdat an li norde dal Arkti Oseane, an li veste dal Atlanti Oseane e an li sude dal Mediterani e Nigri Mares e li Kaukasus. An li este li marjine de Europa es vagi, ma traditionalim es li Ural Montes e li Kaspiani Mare an li sud-este: li Ural Montes es konsiderat da maxim multes kom geografial e tektoni land-marke kel sepera Asia fro Europa.

Europa have li duesmi maxim mikri area del kontinentes del monde, kun sirk 10,790,000 km² (4,170,000 mi²) o 7.1% del sufase del Tere, e es plu grandi kam nur Australia. Lu have li triesmi maxim grandi populatione del kontinentes del monde (Asia e Afrika es plu grandi) kun populatione de super 700,000,000, o sirk 11% del populatione del monde.

Europani Landes[modifika | edit source]

Nome de regione e
teritorie
Area
(km²)
Populatione
(1 Julie 2002 est.)
Populational denseso
(po km²)
Chef-urbe
Est Europa:
Belarus Belarus 207,600 10,335,382 49.8 Minsk
Bulgaria Bulgaria 110,910 7,621,337 68.7 Sofia
Chekia Chekia 78,866 10,256,760 130.1 Praha
Hungaria Hungaria 93,030 10,075,034 108.3 Budapesht
Moldova Moldova[1] 33,843 4,434,547 131.0 Kishinau
Polonia Polonia 312,685 38,625,478 123.5 Varsava
Rumania Rumania 238,391 21,698,181 91.0 Bukareshti
Rusia Rusia[2] 3,960,000 106,037,143 26.8 Moskva
Slovakia Slovakia 48,845 5,422,366 111.0 Bratislava
Ukraina Ukraina 603,700 48,396,470 80.2 Kiyev
Nord Europa:
Åland Åland (Finlande) 1,552 26,008 16.8 Mariehamn
Dania Dania 43,094 5,368,854 124.6 København
Estonia Estonia 45,226 1,415,681 31.3 Tallinn
Faro Isles Faro Isles (Dania) 1,399 46,011 32.9 Tórshavn
Finlande Finlande 336,593 5,157,537 15.3 Helsinki
Guernsey Guernsey[3] 78 64,587 828.0 St Peter Port
Islande Islande 103,000 304,334 2.7 Reykjavík
Irlande Irlande 70,280 3,883,159 55.3 Dublin
Isle de Man Isle de Man[4] 572 73,873 129.1 Douglas
Jersey Jersey[5] 116 89,775 773.9 Saint Helier
LatviaLatvia 64,589 2,366,515 36.6 Riga
Lituania Lituania 65,200 3,601,138 55.2 Vilnius
Norvegia Norvegia 324,220 4,525,116 14.0 Oslo
Svalbard e Jan Mayen Svalbard e Jan
Mayen Isles
(Norvegia)
62,049 2,868 0.046 Longyearbyen
Suedia Suedia 449,964 9,090,113 19.7 Stockholm
Unionati Regia Unionati Regia 244,820 59,778,002 244.2 London
Sud Europa:
Albania 28,748 3,544,841 123.3 Tirana
Andora 468 68,403 146.2 Andorra la Vella
Bosnia e Hertsegovina 51,129 3,964,388 77.5 Sarajevo
Kroatia 56,542 4,390,751 77.7 Zagreb
Gibraltar (U.R.) 5.9 27,714 4,697.3 Gibraltar
Grekia 131,940 10,645,343 80.7 Atena
Italia 301,230 57,715,625 191.6 Roma
Makedonia[6] 25,333 2,054,800 81.1 Skopje
Malta 316 397,499 1,257.9 Valletta
Montenegro[7] 13,812 616,258 44.6 Podgoritsa
Portugal[8] 91,568 10,084,245 110.1 Lisboa
San Marino 61 27,730 454.6 San Marino
Serbia[9] 88,361 9,663,742 109.4 Beograd
Slovenia 20,273 1,932,917 95.3 Ljubljana
Spania[10] 498,506 40,077,100 80.4 Madrid
Vatikan Urbe 0.44 900 2,045.5 Vatikan Urbe
West Europa:
Austria 83,858 8,169,929 97.4 Wien
Belgia 30,510 10,274,595 336.8 Bruxelles
Fransia[11] 547,030 59,765,983 109.3 Paris
Germania 357,021 83,251,851 233.2 Berlin
Liechtenstein 160 32,842 205.3 Vaduz
Luxemburgia 2,586 448,569 173.5 Luxembourg
Monaco 1.95 31,987 16,403.6 Monaco
Nederlande[12] 41,526 16,318,199 393.0 Amsterdam
Suisia 41,290 7,301,994 176.8 Bern
Sentral Asia:
Kazakhstan[13] 370,373 1,285,174 3.4 Astana
West Asia:[14]
Azerbaijan[15] 39,730 4,198,491 105.7 Baku
Georgia[16] 49,240 2,447,176 49.7 Tbilisi
Turkia[17] 24,378 11,044,932 453.1 Ankara
Total 10,396,619 708,241,928 68.1






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References[modifika | edit source]

  1. Includes Transnistria, a region that has declared, and de facto achieved, independence; however, it is not recognised de jure by sovereign states.
  2. Russia is generally considered a transcontinental country in Eastern Europe (UN region) and Asia, with European territory west of the Ural Mountains and both the Ural and Emba rivers; population and area figures are for European portion only.
  3. Guernsey es crown dependency affiliated with the UR.
  4. Isle de Man is a crown dependency affiliated with the Unionati Regia.
  5. Jersey is a crown dependency affiliated with the Unionati Regia.
  6. The political name of this state is a matter of international dispute.
  7. Montenegro declared independence from the union of Serbia and Montenegro on 3 June 2006.
  8. Figures for Portugale include the Azores east of Portugal but exclude the Madeira Islands, west of Morocco in Africa.
  9. Figures for Serbia include Kosovo and Metohia, a province administrated by the UN (UNMIK) as per Security Council resolution 1244.
  10. Figures for Spain exclude the Canary Islands, west of Morocco in Africa, and the exclaves of Ceuta and Melilla, which are on the northwest of the African continent.
  11. Figures for France include only metropolitan France: some politically integral parts of France are geographically located outside Europe.
  12. Netherlands population for July 2004. Population and area details include European portion only: Netherlands and two entities outside Europe (Aruba and the Netherlands Antilles, in the Caribbean) constitute the Kingdom of the Netherlands. Amsterdam is the official capital, while The Hague is the administrative seat.
  13. Kazakhstan is sometimes considered a transcontinental country in Central Asia (UN region) and Eastern Europe, with European territory west of the Ural Mountains and both the Ural and Emba rivers; population and area figures are for European portion only.
  14. Armenia and Cyprus are sometimes considered transcontinental countries: both are physiographically in Western Asia but have historical and sociopolitical connections with Europe.
  15. Azerbaijan is often considered a transcontinental country in Western Asia (UN region) and Eastern Europe; population and area figures are for European portion only (north of the crest of the Caucasus and the Kura River). This excludes the exclave of Nakhichevan and Nagorno-Karabakh (a region that has declared, and de facto achieved, independence; however, it is not recognised de jure by sovereign states).
  16. Georgia is often considered a transcontinental country in Western Asia (UN region) and Eastern Europe; population and area figures are for European portion only (north of the crest of the Caucasus and the Kura River). Also includes Abkhazia and South Ossetia, two regions that have declared, and de facto achieved, independence; however, they are not recognised de jure by sovereign states.
  17. Turkey is generally considered a transcontinental country in Western Asia (UN region) and Southern Europe: the region of Rumelia (Trakya) – which includes the provinces of Edirne, Kirklareli, Tekirdag, and the western parts of the Çanakkale and Istanbul Provinces – is west and north of the Bosporus and the Dardanelles; population and area figures are for European portion only, including all of Istanbul.


Kontinentes del monde

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Afrika-Eurasia
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Amerika
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Eurasia
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Oseania

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Afrika
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Antarktika
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Asia
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Australasia
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Europa
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Nord Amerika
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Sud Amerika

Geological superkontinentes : Gondwana · Laurasia · Pangea · Rodinia