Europe, sometimes called Europa, is the english name for the geographic region making up the Western peninsula of the Eurasian continent. Surrounding islands are often included. The number of countries on the region varies depending on definition, but is usually considered to have about 60.
The largest countries in Europe are the Russian Empire, the German Federal Republic, and the Republic of Finland. The smallest countries are San Marino, Eastern Wales, and Donrech. Economic and politically powerful countries include the German Federal Republic, the Russian Empire, and Khreland.