Europe is the second smallest of the world's continents, but has the third largest population. It is bordered to the north by the Arctic Ocean, to the west by the Atlantic, to the south by the Mediterranean and Black Seas, and to the east by the Ural River, the Ural and Carpathian Mountains, and the Caspian Sea.
Whether or not Europe is indeed a continent has been debated. Geographically, Europe is a part of the larger continent, Eurasia, though culturally, Europe is seen as a separate continent by most of its inhabitants. In Eastern Europe, Russia and Japan, children in school are taught of the Eurasian continent, but in China, India, Western Europe and the English-speaking world, Eurasia is separated into Europe and Asia.
This quiz is about the flags used in some of the nations in Europe - or in the Western part of Eurasia, depending on your preference!
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