Europe (Greater Anglish: Eveland) is a land widely thought of as one of the world's seven landblocks (though sometimes instead as an ). It makes up the westernmost bit of the linked Eurasian landblock. Europe is said by most folk to be cleft from Asia by the Ural and Caucasus Barrows, the Ural Stream, the Caspian and Black Seas, and the waterways linking the Black and Aegean Seas. Europe is hemmed by the Arctish Sea to the north, the Atlantish Sea to the west, the Midworld Sea to the south, and the Black Sea and its linked waterways to the southeast. It is, however, hard to say where the landmarks of Europe are, as the word "landblock" is, above all, a word from earthdrawing, but it also has to do with how the folks of one landblock behave unlike the folks of another.
Europe is the world's next-to-smallest landblock (before New Holland) by length and breadth, stretching over 3,930,000 miles² or 2 in 100 of all the Earth and 6.8 in 100 of its land. Of Europe's near to 50 rikes, Russland is by far the greatest in land and folk, taking up 40 in 100 of the landblock (although the rike has land in both Europe and Asia), while the Holy Seat is the smallest. Europe comes third as the landblock with most folk living in it, after Asia and Africa, with a befolking of 733-739 thousand thousand or about 10 in 100 of the world's befolking. The euro is the most dealt-with token for buying and selling.
Europe, above all Greekland and Rome of yore, is the birthspot of the Western world. It was a main player in the world from the 15th yearhundred onwards, after which many in Europe left for other lands across the sea. Between the 16th and 20th yearhundreds, at one time or another, Europe folks had lordship at over North and South America most of Africa, Sealand and big chunks of Asia. The Overhauling of Goods-Making, which began in England around the end of the 18th yearhundred gave rise to stark to business and folk's in Western Europe, and in the end the wider world. The growth of the folk meant that, by 1900, Europe's share of the world's befolking was 25 in 100.
Both world wars were mostly fought in Europe, greatly weakening Western Europe's might in the world by the mid-20th yearhundred as the Banded Folkdoms and Workermootish Band took over the lead. In the midst of the Cold War, Europe was cleft along the Iron between the North Atlantish Oath Fellowship (or NATO) in the west and the Warsaw Deal in the east. The coming together of Europish rikes led to the grounding of the Moot of Europe and the Europish Band in Western Europe both of which have been growing eastward since the Overthrowings of 1989 and the fall of the Workermootish Band in 1991. The Europish Band nowadays has growing might over the rikes within it. Many Europish lands are in of the Schengen rikesband, which lets folks go freely between lands.