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One Continent That Does Not Have Any Country

It is essential to emphasize the fact that the earth is composed of a great number of continents. To use only two examples, we have the continents of Africa and Asia. Many people believe that Africa was the original home of people of African descent. The African continent is home to several nations, including Ghana and Egypt, amongst others. In addition to this, it is important to note that nations such as Germany and France may be found in Europe. Nevertheless, the fact that there is a continent that does not have any countries on it is a really interesting fact to learn.

1. Antarctica

The fact that Antarctica is officially considered to be a continent is something that many people overlook. It is widely agreed upon that Antarctica is the fifth biggest continent on the entire planet. Both the National Geographic Society and the British Broadcasting Corporation have expressed their support for this viewpoint. [Citation needed]

However, it is important to note that Antarctica does not have any countries on its territory. It has been reported by the BBC that this area does not contain any countries. This is a result of Antarctica's one-of-a-kind weather conditions. The majority of this continent is composed of frozen water and ice.


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