Europe was one of the smallest continents on Earth.
During the 2012 apocalypse, Europe was hit by massive earthquakes and huge volcanic eruptions when the tectonic plates destabilized, causing every major city in Europe to descend into chaos. As the earthquakes subsided, the European continent shifted from its original position to where the Asian continent originally sat when the Earth's crust shifted. Europe was then swept by a megatsunami during the Worldwide Flooding.
After the apocalypse ended, Europe was left with extreme damage from the earthquakes, volcanic eruptions and tsunamis and is rendered uninhabitable. However when the global floodwaters began to recede, most of Europe had risen, but it is unknown if it is either habitable or uninhabitable.
- United Kingdom
- North Macedonia
- Vatican City