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The List Of Continents In The World And Their Countries

JEROME MICHAEL EBRUPHIYO Tuesday, August 24, 2021 Basis

 

The List Of Continents In The World And Their Countries
Hi there! Today we are going to discuss about the 7 continents in the world and their countries. It will interest you to know that there are different continent classification systems ranging from the "Four continent system" (which include; Afro-Eurasia, Oceania, Antarctica, and Americas), "Five continent system" (which include; Africa, Eurasia, Americas, Oceania and Antarctica), "Six continent system" (which include; Africa, Asia, Europe, North America, South America, Oceania and Antarctica merged together as one), to the "Seven continent system" (which include; Africa, Asia, Oceania/Australia, North America, South America, and Europe). This post will provide information on the list of continents in the world and their countries, different countries in the world and their capitals, the largest continent in the world, How Many Continents Are There In The World 2021? Are There 7 Or 9 Continents? What Are The 7 Continents And 5 Oceans?

1. Africa Continent

The first on our list is the Africa continent which happens to be the world's second-largest and second-most populous continent so far. It occupies 30.3 million km2 (11.7 million square miles) including adjacent islands, it covers 6% of Earth's total surface area and 20% of its land area, accounting for about a fifth of the world's land. With 1.3 billion people as of 2018, it accounts for about 16% of the world's human population. It is surrounded by large areas of water. Africa Continent is made up of 55 fully recognized and independent countries and 14.7% (1.216 billion) of the world's population lives there. It is thought to be the continent where the first humans evolved. The list of the countries are:
  • Algeria (Algiers as its capital)
  • Angola (Luanda as its capital)
  • Benin (Porto Novo, Cotonou as its capital)
  • Botswana (Gaborone as its capital)
  • Burkina Faso (Ouagadougou as its capital)
  • Burundi (Gitega as its capital)
  • Cameroon (Yaoundé as its capital)
  • Cape Verde (Praia as its capital)
  • Central African Republic (Bangui as its capital)
  • Chad (Tchad) (N'Djamena as its capital)
  • Comoros (Moroni as its capital)
  • Republic of the Congo (Brazzaville as its capital)
  • Democratic Republic of the Congo (Zaire) (Kinshasa as its capital)
  • Côte d'Ivoire (Ivory Coast) (Yamoussoukro as its capital)
  • Djibouti (Djibouti as its capital)
  • Equatorial Guinea (Malabo as its capital)
  • Egypt (Misr) (Cairo as its capital)
  • Eritrea (Asmara as its capital)
  • Ethiopia (Abyssinia) (Addis Ababa as its capital)
  • Gabon (Libreville as its capital)
  • The Gambia (Banjul as its capital)
  • Ghana (Accra as its capital)
  • Guinea (Conakry as its capital)
  • Guinea-Bissau (Bissau as its capital)
  • Kenya (Nairobi as its capital)
  • Lesotho (Maseru as its capital)
  • Liberia (Monrovia as its capital)
  • Libya (Tripoli as its capital)
  • Madagascar (Antananarivo as its capital)
  • Malawi (Lilongwe as its capital)
  • Mali (Bamako as its capital)
  • Mauritania (Nouakchott as its capital)
  • Mauritius (Port Louis as its capital)
  • Morocco (Al Maghrib) (Rabat as its capital)
  • Mozambique (Maputo as its capital)
  • Namibia (Windhoek as its capital)
  • Niger (Niamey as its capital)
  • Nigeria (Abuja as its capital)
  • Rwanda (Kigali as its capital)
  • São Tomé and Príncipe (São Tomé as its capital)
  • Senegal (Dakar as its capital)
  • Seychelles (Victoria as its capital)
  • Sierra Leone (Freetown as its capital)
  • Somalia (Mogadishu as its capital)
  • South Africa (Pretoria as its capital)
  • South Sudan (Juba as its capital)
  • Sudan (Khartoum as its capital)
  • Swaziland (Eswatini) (Mbabane as its capital)
  • Tanzani (Dodoma as its capital)
  • Togo (Lome as its capital)
  • Tunisia (Tunis as its capital)
  • Uganda (Kampala as its capital)
  • Western Sahara (El Aaiún as its capital)
  • Zambia (Lusaka as its capital)
  • Zimbabwe (Harare as its capital)

2. Antarctica Continent

Antarctica contains the geographic South Pole and is in the region of the Southern Hemisphere, almost entirely south of the Antarctic Circle. It is surrounded by the Southern Ocean. At 14,000,000 square kilometres (5,400,000 square miles), it is the fifth-largest continent. For comparison, Antarctica is nearly twice the size of Australia. About 98% of Antarctica is covered by ice. However, there is a large part where the ice does not cover land: the ice shelves. There are important geographical features covered by the ice. The huge Lake Vostok has been covered by ice for at least 15 million years. There is a massive rift valley and a huge mountain range, both of which are covered at present.

3. Asia Continent

Asia is the largest and most populous continent and is a continent in the seven continent system. Asia consists of forty-eight countries as per the United Nations along with many other highly autonomous regions and disputed areas that are often generalised as countries of their own and they include:
  • Afghanistan (Kabul as its capital)
  • Armenia (Yerevan as its capital)
  • Azerbaijan (Baku as its capital)
  • Bahrain (Manama as its capital)
  • Bangladesh (Dhaka as its capital)
  • Bhutan (Thimphu as its capital)
  • Brunei (Bandar Seri Begawan as its capital)
  • Cambodia (Kampuchea) (Phnom Penh as its capital)
  • China (Beijing as its capital)
  • East Timor (Timor Leste) (Dili as its capital)
  • Georgia (Tbilisi as its capital)
  • India (New Delhi as its capital)
  • Indonesia (Jakarta as its capital)
  • Iran (Tehran as its capital)
  • Iraq (Baghdad as its capital)
  • Israel (Jerusalem as its capital)
  • Japan (Tokyo as its capital)
  • Jordan (Amman as its capital)
  • Kazakhstan (Nur-Sultan as its capital)
  • Kuwait (Kuwait City as its capital)
  • Kyrgyzstan (Bishkek as its capital)
  • Laos
  • Lebanon (Beirut as its capital)
  • Malaysia (Kuala Lumpur as its capital)
  • Maldives (Malé as its capital)
  • Mongolia (Ulaanbaatar as its capital)
  • Myanmar (Burma) (Naypyidaw as its capital)
  • Nepal (Kathmandu as its capital)
  • North Korea (Pyongyang as its capital)
  • Oman (Muscat as its capital)
  • Pakistan (Islamabad as its capital)
  • Palestine (Ramallahm as its capital)
  • Philippines (Manila as its capital)
  • Qatar (Doha as its capital)
  • Russia (Moscow as its capital)(Russia is a part of Asia geographically, but, politically, it is a part of Europe)
  • Saudi Arabia (Riyadh as its capital)
  • Singapore (Singapore as its capital)
  • South Korea (Seoul as its capital)
  • Sri Lanka (Sri Jayawardenapura Kotte (administrative), Colombo (commercial)
  • Syria (Damascus as its capital)
  • Tajikistan (Dushanbe as its capital)
  • Thailand (Bangkok as its capital)
  • Turkey (Türkiye) (Ankara as its capital)
  • Turkmenistan (Asgabat as its capital)
  • Taiwan (Taipei as its capital)
  • United Arab Emirates (Abu Dhabi as its capital)
  • Uzbekistan (Tashkent as its capital)
  • Vietnam (Hanoi as its capital)
  • Yemen (Sana'a as its capital)

4. Europe Continent

Europe is the second smallest continent, but the third most populous. It is a continent in one of the seven continent systems and the seven continent system. In other systems it is part of Asia, Eurasia or Eurafrasia. It has 49 countries and they include:
  • Albania (Shqipëria) (Tirana as its capital)
  • Andorra (Andorra la Vella as its capital)
  • Austria (Österreich) (Vienna as its capital)
  • Belarus (????????) (Minsk as its capital)
  • Belgium (Brussels as its capital)
  • Bosnia and Herzegovina (Sarajevo as its capital)
  • Bulgaria (????????) (Sofia as its capital)
  • Croatia (Hrvatska) (Zagreb as its capital)
  • Cyprus (??p???) (Nicosia as its capital)
  • Czech Republic (Prague as its capital)
  • Denmark (Copenhagen as its capital)
  • Estonia (Tallinn as its capital)
  • Finland (Helsinki as its capital)
  • Georgia (Tbilisi as its capital)
  • Germany (Berlin as its capital)
  • Greece (Athens as its capital)
  • Hungary (Budapest as its capital)
  • Iceland (Reykjavik as its capital)
  • Republic of Ireland (Dublin as its capital)
  • Italy (Rome as its capital)
  • Kosovo (Pristina as its capital)
  • Latvia (Riga as its capital)
  • Liechtenstein (Vaduz as its capital)
  • Lithuania (Vilnius as its capital)
  • Luxembourg (Luxembourg City as its capital)
  • North Macedonia (Skopje as its capital)
  • Malta (Valletta as its capital)
  • Moldova (Chisinau as its capital)
  • Monaco (Monte Carlo Quarter as its capital)
  • Montenegro (0Podgorica as its capital)
  • Netherlands (Amsterdam (Capital), The Hague (Government)
  • Norway (Oslo as its capital)
  • Poland (Warsaw as its capital)
  • Portugal (Lisbon as its capital)
  • Romania (Bucharest as its capital)
  • Russia (Moscow as its capital)(Europe up to the Ural Mountains; Asia: the rest to Vladivostok)
  • San Marino (San Marino as its capital)
  • Serbia (Belgrade as its capital)
  • Slovakia (Bratislava as its capital)
  • Slovenia (Ljubljana as its capital)
  • France (Paris as its capital)
  • Spain (Madrid as its capital)
  • Sweden (Stockholm as its capital)
  • Switzerland (Bern as its capital)
  • Turkey (Ankara as its capital)
  • Ukraine (Kyiv or Kiev as its capital)
  • United Kingdom (London as its capital)
  • Vatican City (Vatican City as its capital)
  • 5. North America Contient

    North America is the third largest continent and the fourth most populous. It is a continent in the 7 continents system, consisting of 2 countries and 5 dependent territories which are:
    • Canada (Ottawa as its capital)
    • Mexico (Mexico City as its capital)
    • United States of America (Washington, District of Columbia as its capital)
    • Navassa Island (Washington, D.C. (territory of U.S.)
    • Puerto Rico (San Juan (territory of U.S.)
    • US Virgin Islands (Charlotte Amalie (territory of U.S.)
    • Guam (Hagatna (territory of U.S.)
    • American Samoa (Pago Pago (territory of U.S.)
    • Dominican Republic (Santo Domingo as its capital)

    6. South America Continent

    South America is the fourth largest continent and fifth most populous. It is a continent in the seven continent system. In other systems it is part of The Americas. The 12 countries and 3 dependent territories belonging to it are as follows:
    • Brazil (Brasília as its capital)
    • Argentina (Buenos Aires as its capital)
    • Bolivia (Sucré as its capital)
    • Chile (Santiago as its capital)
    • Colombia (Bogotá as its capital)
    • Ecuador (Quito as its capital)
    • Falkland Islands (Stanley (territory of U.K.)
    • French Guiana (Cayenne (territory of France)
    • Guyana (Georgetown as its capital)
    • Paraguay (Asunción as its capital)
    • Peru (Lima as its capital)
    • South Georgia and the South Sandwich Islands (territory of U.K.)
    • Suriname (Paramaribo as its capital)
    • Uruguay (Montevideo as its capital)
    • Venezuela (Caracas as its capital)

    7. Oceania ontinent

    Historically, the region was called Australasia. This term is based more on natural history (geology, and geography) rather than on politics. This term means Australia, New Zealand and the whole of New Guinea, plus those islands which are geologically connected.
    • Australia (Canberra as its capital)
    • Fiji (Suva as its capital)
    • New Zealand (Wellington as its capital)
    • Federated States of Micronesia (Palikir as its capital)
    • Kiribati (South Tarawa as its capital)
    • Marshall Islands (Majuro as its capital)
    • Nauru (no capital; biggest city is Yaren)
    • Palau (Ngerulmud as its capital)
    • Papua New Guinea (Port Moresby as its capital)
    • Samoa (Apia as its capital)
    • Solomon Islands (Honiara as its capital)
    • Tonga (Nuku'alofa as its capital)
    • Tuvalu (Funafuti as its capital)
    • Vanuatu (Port Vila as its capital)

    How Many Continents Are There In The World 2021?

    There are seven continents: North America, South America, Europe, Asia, Africa, Australia, and Antarctica.

    Are There 7 Or 9 Continents?

    There are seven continents: Asia, Africa, North America, South America, Antarctica, Europe, and Australia (listed from largest to smallest in size). Sometimes Europe and Asia are considered one continent called Eurasia. Continents loosely correlate with the positions of tectonic plates

    What Are The 7 Continents And 5 Oceans?

    There are 7 continents which include: North America, South America, Europe, Africa, Antarctica, Asia and Australasia. There are 5 oceans which include: Pacific Ocean, Atlantic Ocean, Arctic Ocean, Indian Ocean and the Southern Ocean.

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