Home to some of the most prominent and captivating monuments and structures that are also listed as UNESCO world heritage sites, every part of Europe stands tall as a trying testimony of its glorious and disconcerted past. Distinctly divided into three regions- Western Europe, Central Europe, and Eastern Europe- each one is more enchanting that the other. The second smallest continent in the world, Europe covers 2% of the Earth’s surface and 6.7% of the Earth’s land. With 47 countries, it is the third most populated continent in the world.
What adds to the continent’s charm is its diversified geographical bifurcation with the Scottish highlands in the northern parts, Hungarian plains down south, mountains in the Central Europe, and highlands in the southern area.