Where do you put the border between Europe and Asia?
also binland isn't yurop so maybe a bit more inwards from the urals
I never knew that eastern europe wasn't in europe
most of the land of the caucasian countries or on the Asian side though, so why include them in Europe if your definition is purely geographical?
Because OP's map is dumb.
The natural eastern border is obviously from the Caspian Sea, along the Volga, towards Yaroslavl, to whatever that lake is called, then up toward Lake Onega, and finally to the Barents Sea.
The natural southern border is between the Caspian Sea and the Black Sea, including Georgia but excluding Azerbaijan, and Armenia, along the Turkish coast until you reach Istanbul.
Cyprus is unfortunately not European territory, but Crete is.
There are a few things wrong with this
You included Finland and Northwestern Russia, both of these regions being inhabited by the Uralic people, and obvious not Euros.
And you did not include armenia, yet you included georgia? Armenians arent turks, they are European
because balkans are inhabited by roaches :DD
Demarcations are arbitrary. That said, I'm averaging the geographical, political, and cultural borders to provide a (more) justifiable border (than the one we currently have). The Finns may be Uralic but they're culturally and politically a much better fit for Europe than they are Asia. Russians are backwards pieces of shit mostly, so they belong with Asia. Armenia is excluded for simplicity's sake but also because they're basically Russians, and Russians are backwards pieces of shit mostly.
something along these lines
better than my map