Iceland Is on What Continent?


Iceland is not part of any geographic continent. However, politically, Iceland belongs to the continent of Europe. Iceland belongs neither to the European continent nor to North America since it is a raised part of the oceanic crust, not a continental land mass.
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Politically, Iceland belongs to the continent of Europe. However geologically, Iceland
Iceland is part of Europe. It is a European island country located in the North Atlantic Ocean.
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Iceland is part of Europe.
Iceland is located in Northern Europe, island between the Greenland Sea and the North Atlantic Ocean, northwest of the United Kingdom
Iceland is found in the continent of Europe. It is actually located in north Europe, whereby its surrounded by Greenland sea and north Atlantic ocean. Iceland is one of the most popular islands in Europe, and has an estimated land area of 103, 000 square kilometres.
Iceland is an island country in the north Atlantic ocean, and is the 2nd largest island in Europe. It is south of the Artic Circle. It is the 18th largest island in the world.
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