There are several types of landforms in the continent of Europe, where The Reformation occured. Some examples are:
-North European Plains
This land is very fertile and is almost 2,500 miles long.
This plateau almost takes up half of Spain.
These mountains are almost 270 miles long and the highest point is 11,168 feet tall.
These mountains are about 32,189 square miles and the highest area is Puy de Sancy.
-Bay of Biscay
This bay gets up to 15,525 feet deep.
This is a granite rock formation that has thounsands of tiny lakes on it.
-Great Hungarian plain
This plain is about 100 meters above sea level and has mountains around it.
This mountain runs from parts of Norway to parts of Sweden.
Is approximatly 25 kilometers long and some parts of the river in it are 700 meters deep.
- Salisbury Plains
This plateau is made of chalk and takes up 300 square miles.