Eurasia est cunctum continentium Europae Asiaque territorium, quod ipsum ratione geographica una continens aliquando habetur.[1][2][3] Plerumque in hemisphaeriis boreali et orientali iacet. In occidente Oceano Atlantico, in oriente Pacifico, in septentrione Arctico, atque in meridie Africae, Mari Mediterraneo, Oceanoque Indico adiacet. Divisio Europae et Asiae in duas continentes est notio historica et culturalis, sed inter eas clara separatio physica non est.

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  1. Lewis, Martin W.; Wigen, Kären (1997), The myth of continents: a critique of metageography, University of California Press, pp. 31–32, ISBN 0-520-20743-2 : "While a few professionals may regard Europe as a mere peninsula of Asia (or Eurasia), most geographers—and almost all nongeographers—continue to treat it not only as a full-fledged continent, but as the archetypal continent."
  2. Nield, Ted. "Continental Divide". Geological Society 
  3. "How many continents are there?". National Geographic Society 

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