Countries in Europe

Europe is the smallest continent after Australia and has an area of 10 180 000 sq. Km and its population is over 730 million people. The eastern border of the continent is the Ural mountain in Russia. The southernmost point is the Cape Tarifa, which divides the Mediterranean from the Atlantic Ocean. The northernmost point of Europe is Cape Norkin in Norway. The most western point is located in Portugal - Cape Kabo da Roca, and the easternmost point is in the Carpathian Sea in Russia and is called Baydaratskaya liga.

Albania
Albania is located in the southwestern part of the Balkan Peninsula, on the Adriatic Sea coast. It is one of the poorest...
Andorra
Andorra is located in the Eastern Pyrenees. It has majestic rocky ridges with steep, almost vertical slopes and deep val...
Armenia
Armenia is a landlocked mountainous country. The relief of Armenia is mostly mountainous, and is heavily indented by dee...
Austria
Austria is a mountainous country. More than 2/3 of its area is taken by the fan-shaped sections of the Eastern Alps. The...
Azerbaijan
Azerbaijan lies on two continents – Europe and Asia. To the east it has a wide outlet on the Caspian Sea. On its territo...
Belarus
Belarus is a landlocked country. The larger part of Belarus has a valley and plain relief. To the north is located the C...
Belgium
Belgium is located among the Netherlands, Germany, Luxembourg and France. It has a short coastline on the North Sea. Bel...
Bosnia and Herzegovina
Bosnia and Herzegovina has a small outlet on the Adriatic Sea. The bigger part of the country is occupied by the Dinaric...
Croatia
The Adriatic coast of Croatia is heavily indented. The Dinaric Mountains spread in Dalmatia – the southwestern part of C...
Cyprus
The island of Cyprus is located in the eastern part of The Mediterranean, 80 km south of the Turkish coastline. Its terr...
Czech Republic
The Czech Republic is located at almost equal distances from the Adriatic (322 km) and the Baltic Sea (326 km) and is a...
Denmark
Denmark is the smallest in area but most densely populated country in Northern Europe. It is located on the Jutland Peni...
Estonia
Estonia has over1,500 islands. The largest is the Saaremaa Island. It is distinguished by highly developed stockbreeding...
Faeroe Islands
They are located in the Norwegian Sea between Norway, Iceland and Scotland and comprise 18 islands, the largest of which...
Finland
Finland is a maritime country. It was an integrated part of Sweden from 1323 to 1809, and from 1809 to 1917 it was part ...
France
France is the third largest country in Europe. As per its shape, its territory resembles a hexagon, and that is why it i...
Georgia
Georgia is located between Europe and Asia. The northern part of the country is occupied by the highest European mountai...
Germany
Germany is the largest country in Central Europe. A number of islands belong to its territory, the most famous of which ...
Great Britain
Four historical and geographical regions – England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland, form the United Kingdom. Unde...
Greece
Greece occupies the southernmost part of the Balkan Peninsula. The country also has thousands of islands, scattered in t...
Hungary
Hungary is a landlocked country located at almost equal distances from the North Pole and the Equator. The Danube River ...
Iceland
Iceland is located on the largest volcanic island on earth and is the most sparsely populated country in Europe. Ice...
Ireland
Ireland takes up the better part of the eponymous island. Its Atlantic shores are heavily indented by a number of bays a...
Italy
Italy is located entirely on the narrow and elongated Apennine peninsula. It administers the two largest Mediterranean i...
Latvia
The larger part of Latvia’s area is a moraine plain with rolling heights. The Gulf of Riga is separated from the Baltic ...
Liechtenstein
The small principality is 25 km long – from north to south and has average width of 6 km. The valley of the Rhein takes ...
Lithuania
Lithuania has a small outlet on the Baltic Sea. Its central part is occupied by a moraine valley, and to the west and so...
Luxembourg
Luxembourg is a small landlocked country. It was founded by Siegfried, Count of Ardennes in 963. Since 1839 it has been ...
Macedonia
The larger part of the area of Macedonia is occupied by the mountain ridges of the heavily branched Macedonian-Thracian ...
Malta
The location of Malta in the centre of the Mediterranean has determined it as an important commercial and financial cent...
Moldova
Moldova is the smallest and the most densely populated of the former Soviet republics. It is a landlocked country. The r...
Monaco
The smallest country in the world after the Vatican is situated on the Cote d’Azur on the Mediterranean, on the mountain...
Norway
It is located in Northern Europe and takes up a narrow strip of mountainous and hilly land in the western part of The Sc...
Poland
Poland is located in the northeastern part of Central Europe. To the north it has a wide outlet on the Baltic Sea. The t...
Portugal
Portugal occupies the western part of the Iberian peninsula. Northern Portugal is mountainous, covered with forests, in ...
Romania
Romania is the largest country in area in Southeastern Europe. Its southern border is the Danube, which connects the cou...
Russia
The Russian Federation is the largest in area in the world. Situated on two continents and in 11 time zones, the vast te...
San Marino
San Marino is the oldest republic in the world, founded in 301. The country is among the smallest in the world and relie...
Slovakia
Slovakia is a small a landlocked country, which was declared an independent country after the peaceful division of Czech...
Slovenia
The smallest Balkan country, Slovenia, was the first to separate from former Yugoslavia and became an independent republ...
Spain
Spain takes up four fifths of the Iberian Peninsula. The Canary Islands in the Atlantic Ocean and several islands in the...
Sweden
It takes up the eastern part of the Scandinavian Peninsula and a number of islands in the Baltic Sea. The Scandinavian m...
Switzerland
Switzerland is a small landlocked country with mountainous terrain. The Alpine terrain is expressed by high peaks, etern...
The Netherlands
The Netherlands is located between Germany and Belgium, it has a wide outlet on the North Sea and is one of the lowest c...
The Vatican
The smallest independent country in the world – the Vatican – is located in Rome and is the Pope’s residence – the head ...
Turkey
The major part of the territory of Turkey is located in West Asia on the Minor Asia Peninsula (known as Anatolia). Turke...
Ukraine
Ukraine is the second largest country in Europe after Russia. It borders on seven countries and has outlets on two seas....