Europe

Europe Trivia Quiz Fun Facts

Europe is the second smallest continent globally by landmass. Uncover more European fun facts.

Europe is the third continent by population, and well known for its values of culture, art, and food. Our European trivia fun facts share some unique discoveries about Europe and its beauty unknown to the world.

Europe Fun Facts

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Russia, the largest country in the world, is located both in Europe and Asia. In fact, Russia's capital, Moscow, is located within the European borders of the country.
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There are many seas surrounding the continent of Europe; however, the Baltic Sea lies north of Poland and borders other countries like Latvia and Lithuania.
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Copenhagen is the capital of Denmark. It is also the country's most populous city and has special landmarks like the Tivoli Gardens and The Little Mermaid.
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The Czech Republic and Slovakia used to be one entire country. When the countries split, Prague would remain the capital of the Czech Republic while Bratislava became the capital of Slovakia.
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The UK is made up of four nations, England, Scotland, Wales, and Northern Ireland.
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There are a few small, independent states in Europe. Two of them are Vatican City and San Marino, which are both within the borders of Italy.
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The Volga is considered Europe's longest river. It begins in central Russia and empties into the Caspian Sea.
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There are a few islands that lie in the Mediterranean Sea. While there are Sicily and Sardinia which are part of Italy, there is also Corsica which is a region of France. The Faroe Islands lie in the Norwegian Sea.
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The Pyrenees form a natural border between France and Spain. The chain runs for approximately 305 miles.
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While most countries in Europe share a border with at least two other countries, Portugal is one of the few that only shares its northern and eastern border with Spain.