The geography of Northern Europe is incredibly diverse, including mountainous landscapes, rolling hills and highlands, forested countryside and even the Mediterranean coast.
Southern Europe is comprised of 20 countries including France and Austria, as well as many other smaller countries located primarily on Iberian, Italian and Balkan peninsulas.
Some of the most famous landmarks and physical features in the world are in Europe. Learn about Stonehenge, the Carpathian Mountains and many more European landmarks.
Lausanne, Switzerland, the capital of Vaud canton (state). It is situated on hills along Lake Geneva near the Alps.
Iceland, or Republic of Iceland, an island nation in the North Atlantic Ocean, usually considered the westernmost country of Europe.
Portugal, officially Portuguese Republic, the most westerly country of continental Europe.