The Russian Federation shares borders with Norway, Finland, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Belarus, Ukraine, Georgia, Azerbaijan, Kazakhstan, the People's Republic of China, Mongolia and North Korea. Russia is located where eastern Europe meets Asia.
Russia is in the northern hemisphere in Eurasia's northern region. Some of its bordering neighbors are North Korea, China, Poland, Estonia, Latvia and Mongolia. Russia is the world's largest nation.
The map of Europe includes Russia, alongside other countries such as Albania and Georgia. Russia extends across Northern Asia, but a large part of Russia is in Eastern Europe. Russia borders countries such as Norway, Poland, Ukraine, Finland and Lithuania.
The Arctic Ocean spans the entire northern border of Russia. While the western and southern borders of Russia are shared with other countries, the eastern border faces onto the Pacific Ocean.
As of Russia's invasion of Ukraine in 2014, the Russian Federation consists of 85 federal subjects, a category which includes republics, krais, oblasts, federal cities, autonomous oblasts and autonomous okrugs. These federal subjects are grouped into nine federal districts and 12 economic regions. W
MapsOfWorld.com, WorldAtlas.com and NationalGeographic.com all publish detailed maps of both Russia and the Ukraine that include cities, geographic features, roads and travel information. The BBC.com and NYTimes.com have extensive maps of both countries detailing the conflict between them and showin
The country that borders the U.S. on the north is Canada. The states that share the border in the U.S. are Washington, Idaho, Montana, North Dakota, Minnesota, Michigan, New York, Vermont, New Hampshire and Maine.
The Russian Federation is a developing country, as stated by the International Statistical Institute. According to the standards set by the World Bank, a developing country is a nation with a lower standard of living and a gross national income of $11,905 or less per capita.
You can view a map of Russia and its surrounding areas, including the Black Sea, on MapsofWorld.com. You can also see a map of Russia's expansion to the Black Sea from 1725 to 1795 on FSmitha.com. MapsofWorld.com shows major cities in Russia, such as Kansk, Moscow and St. Petersburg.
The 14 countries that border China are Russia, India, Kazakhstan, Mongolia, Pakistan, Myanmar, Afghanistan, Vietnam, Laos, Kyrgyzstan, Nepal, Tajikistan, North Korea and Bhutan. China's borders include land in East Asia, Southeast Asia, South Asia, Central Asia, Inner Asia and Northeast Asia.