How Many Countries Are There in Europe?

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There are 45 countries in Europe.This however does not include those shared with Asian Continent
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Europe, the 6th largest continent in the world, presently has 50 countries on it. It has 45 countries excluding the five other countries that are shared with the Asian continent
Some political issues and other problems made it hard to define the country's meaning, but approximately 50 states.
As of April 2012, there are 50 countries in Europe. Many of them are members of the European Union. For more information, visit: http://www.ask.com/wiki/Europe?oo=0
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