Europe is the smallest out of Europe, North America, and South America.
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Europe is not in North America. Europe and North America is separated by the vastness of the Atlantic Ocean.
South America is southwest from Europe.
Europe is the smallest.
The steppes of Eastern Europe are the equivalent of the prairies of North America or the pampas of South America, they are treeless grassy plains. grassland
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no north America is not far away from Europe
No Europe is northeast of South America.
The Atlantic Ocean "joins" America and Europe.
Yes you can Skype from Europe to America for free...
No. Europe would be east of North America.
Europe if you don't count Russia as part of Europe.
No. Europe is a continent. The United States of America, if that is what you are referring to, is a country. If you mean the entire continent of America, north and south, then that is a continent. Europe and America are separated by the Atlantic Ocean.
America (North and South America) is much larger than Europe. America is 42,549,000 km2 while Europe is 10,180,000 km2; meaning America is about 4x the size of Europe. However, if you mean America as in the United States, then the answer is no. The United States is 9,826,675 km2 while Europe is 10,180,000 km2; meaning Europe is about 350,000 km2 larger than the United States.
Europe is north east of parts of North America and east of parts of North of America, as North America is larger from north to south than Europe is.
That depends on what part of America you mean. Both North America and Europe are in the northern hemisphere and so always have the same seasons, so if it is summer in North America, then it is summer in Europe. South America is in the southern hemisphere and so always has the reverse seasons to Europe, so if it is summer in South America, then it is winter in Europe.
its in Europe
America never took over Europe.
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Most of the population in America came from Europe. So it is a natural thing to get the diseases from Europe. There is overall influence of European culture on the America.
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It is part of Europe. But it is closer to North America than it is to Europe. So geographically speaking, YES, Iceland is a part of North America.