There are 365.25 days in a year according to the Gregorian calendar system

T365.25 shall view all seven continents per each weekly event.  One of the seven continents shall be featured each day, meaning the seven days of the week will highlight the selected times (during the daily celebration) to focus on the study of each individual continent though all findings are relevant at all times.

  1. Africa (Sunday, according to the African Heritage Daily Celebration of Black History cycle)
  2. Antarctica (Monday, according to the African Heritage Daily Celebration of Black History cycle)
  3. Asia (Tuesday, according to the African Heritage Daily Celebration of Black History cycle)
  4. Australia (Wednesday, according to the African Heritage Daily Celebration of Black History cycle)
  5. Europe (Thursday, according to the African Heritage Daily Celebration of Black History cycle)
  6. North America (Friday, according to the African Heritage Daily Celebration of Black History cycle)
  7. South America (Saturday, according to the African Heritage Daily Celebration of Black History cycle)

 

Map And Details of All 7 Continents can be viewed when you visit www.worldatlas.com

Find below all the information about the 7 continents.

Largest Continents?

  1. Asia – 17,212,000 sq mi (44,579,000 sq km)
  2. Africa – 11,668,599 sq mi (30,221,532 sq km)
  3. North America – 9,540,000 sq mi (24,709,000 sq km)
  4. South America – 6,890,000 sq mi (17,840,000 sq km)
  5. Antarctica – 5,400,000 sq mi (14,000,000 sq km)
  6. Europe – 3,930,000 sq mi (10,180,000 sq km)
  7. Australia/Oceania – 3,291,903 sq mi (8,525,989 sq km)

Most Populated Continent?

  1. Asia – (4,298,723,000)
  2. Africa – (1,110,635,000)
  3. Europe – (742,452,000)
  4. North America – (565,265,000)
  5. South America – (406,740,000)
  6. Australia/Oceania – (38,304,000)
  7. Antarctica – (4,490)

Continent with Most Countries

  1. Africa – (54)
  2. Europe – (47)
  3. Asia – (44)
  4. North America – (23)
  5. Oceania – (14)
  6. South America – (12)
  7. Antarctica – (0)

All countries listed by continent here

Notes: In some parts of the world students are taught that there are only six continents, as they combine North America and South America into one continent called the Americas.

Other experts use only six continents by combining Europe and Asia into a continent called Eurasia.

Americas: 42,075,000 sq km – pop: 972,005,000

Eurasia: 54,697,000 sq km – pop: 5,041,175,000

To convert km (kilometers) to miles … multiply kilometers by: 0.621371

To Convert sq km (kilometers) to sq miles … multiply kilometers by: 0.386102

The most important learning experience you will achieve while visiting the Blackipedia History Time Line.  You will join us as we trace the beginning of each continent as well as any newly populated territory that has evolved from the beginning of all civilization known to man.

Notes:

The Caribbean Islands, Central America countries and Greenland are all considered part of North America.

The Middle East is part of Asia.

Moving forward you will find the Blackipedia History Time Line focusing on where the people from each continent originated from.  This is very profound as it will show the true beginning of each diverse race.  The end result (and you will help connect the dots) as we solidify one history that defines the birth of all nations.

Many modern atlases and geography experts now consider the long-established continent of Australia to be better defined as Australia/Oceania, which then combines and includes all of (Australia), the large island groups of New Zealand, Papua New Guinea, Fiji, Solomons, and the countless volcanic and coral islands of the south Pacific Ocean, including those of Micronesia, Melanesia and Polynesia. In short, OCEANIA is now one of the most diverse and fascinating areas on the planet.

Special Cases:

Hawaii is approximately 2,550 miles southwest of Los Angeles, in the middle of the North Pacific Ocean. Politically it is part of North America, but geographically it is not part of any continent.

Turkey is officially, politically and geographically part of both the European and Asian continents. Its established dividing line between Asia and Europe is the Bosphorus Strait.

European Russia is not a separate country, but rather the far western end of the Russian Federation. Most modern atlases and geography experts consider this landmass politically and geographically part of the continent of Europe. The Russian Federation’s established dividing line between Asia and Europe are the Ural Mountains

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