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www.quora.com/Why-is-Europe-considered-a-separate-continent-from-Asia

I feel both inspired and somehow out of calmness. So I will make this answer long and will flavor it with a bit of flame, too. :) Let’s begin. There is a huge landmass on the Earth’s surface called Eurasia. Eurasia (plus the comfortably close plac...

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Why Is Europe Considered a Continent? National Geographic explains that Europe is considered a continent because it has historic and cultural rather than strict physical boundaries from Asia. While Asia and Europe are divided roughly by the Aegean Sea, the Dardanelles-Sea of Marmora-Bosporus, the Black Sea, the Caspian Sea and the Ural ...

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The boundaries between the continents of Earth are generally a matter of geographical convention. Several slightly different conventions are in use. The number of continents is most commonly considered seven but may range as low as four when the Americas and Afro-Eurasia are each considered a single continent.

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Have you ever wondered why two continents share the same landmass? MUSIC: "Thatched Villagers" by Kevin Macleod SOURCES: Wikipedia A Brief History of Cartogr...

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This Site Might Help You. RE: Why are Asia and Europe considered different continents? There's actually more geological differences between china and india (30,000 ft high himalayan mountains, two different tectonic plates) than between china/eastern russia and europe (both are on the same tectonic plates and the ural mountains of central russia, the commonly accepted boundary...

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Europe isn't a different continent from Asia because of cultural and environmental differences. It is the geographic structures - mountains and large bodies of water - that physically separate Europe from Asia. Continents are a geological classification, not a cultural or environmental classification.

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The difference between Europe and Asia is not geographical, but cultural. Europe's culture is so different from that of Asia that they are classified as different continents.

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Asia is considered a continent the same way Europe and Africa are considered continents. The major land masses of the earth. According to tradition most people speak of seven continents on the planet.

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Best Answer: You are right. Europe and Asia should be considered one continent. In fact, this supercontinent is already known as Eurasia. Europe is conventionally considered one of the seven continents of Earth, but this is more a cultural and political distinction than a physiogeographic one.

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Eurasia is the combined landmass of the continents of Europe and Asia in the northern part of the Earth. Eurasia is made of Europe and Asia, which are on the same tectonic plate and do not have a sea between them. The word is made by adding "Eur" (from Europe) to "Asia" to make "Eurasia".