Why Is Great Britain An Island And Not A Continent?


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John Baize answered
It has always been considered an island instead of a continent for two reasons:

1) Size - it simply is not large enough
2) History - it has always been linked to European culture
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hina hina answered
It is an island because it is surrounded from inside and outside with river tames. A continent is a hue part but is not as surrounded with water as its other cities as well.

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