Is this the oldest map of Europe on the site?
This is the oldest map of Europe we have on the site. It was the first map uploaded back in the late nineties. Yes MapofEurope.com has been around that long. We originally got this map from the CIA World Fact Book. Yes that site has been around even longer. It is interesting to see how much the borders of Europe have changed.
How big is the map of Europe?
The map is 7424 x 8064 blocks, so it’s a decently large map. As the title states the map is of Europe but also includes a large swath of North Africa and some of the Middle East/Persia. There really isn’t much to it, the map includes way more rivers than most Europe maps I’ve seen have, maybe even a few too many.
What does a European political map look like?
Europe Political Map. Political maps are designed to show governmental boundaries of countries, states, and counties, the location of major cities, and they usually include significant bodies of water. Like the European political map above, bright colors are often used to help the user find the borders.
Do I need a paper map of Europe?
So if you are travelling a good map of Europe is necessary. We do live in a time of smart phones that have GPS functions but it is still a good idea to have a paper map of Europe as a backup.
What is the size of Europe?
On Map of Europe we have termed our political map and although strictly it does not contain everything a political map should have it is close enough and is much easier to read than your standard Political map. Europe is the sixth largest continent by land mass (approximately 3,997,929 square miles or 10,354,636 square km).
What are the natural borders of Europe?
Other naturally occurring borders are Ural Mountains and the Ural River and the Caucus Region (a group of countries, the best known of which are Armenia and Georgia ). There are about 50 countries that make up the continent of Europe. The largest being Russia and the smallest being Vatican City.
How many people live in Europe?
The population is about 739,300,000 individuals, which makes it the world’s third most populated and it boasts some of the oldest civilizations of any continent. Travelling Europe is one of life’s pleasures and due to the above mentioned civilization age, it boasts one of the oldest tourism industries also.
Will the map of Europe be the same in 2017?
So that is the map of Europe as it stands for 2016. Will it be the same in 2017. Maybe not. With Catalonia and the Basque country demanding independence we may see a redrawing of the European boundaries in 2017.