As established by the Russian Federation, the dividing line between Europe and Asia is the Ural Mountains. The Urals are a range in Western Russia that runs from the Arctic Ocean to the Ural River in Kazakhstan. More »

The Ural Mountains is the primary mountain range that divides Europe and Asia. The mountains stretch a distance of over 1,550 miles from the Arctic Ocean in the north almost to the Caspian and Aral Seas in the south. More »

National Geographic explains that Europe is considered a continent because it has historic and cultural rather than strict physical boundaries from Asia. While Asia and Europe are divided roughly by the Aegean Sea, the D... More »

The landform that separates Europe from Asia is the Ural Mountain range, or Ural Mountains. The Ural Mountains are also referred to as the "Uralskie Mountains," "Uralsky Khrebet," "Uralskie Gory," "Stone Belt," "The Ural... More »

The four geographical boundaries that divide Europe from Asia are the Bosphorus, the Dardanelles, the Caucasus and the Ural Mountains. Together, these four boundaries create a geographical line that stretches extends nor... More »

The overland boundaries dividing Europe and Asia are the Bosphorus, the Dardanelles, the Caucasus and the Urals. The water boundaries include the Aegean Sea, the Black Sea, the Caspian Sea and the Ural River. The divide ... More »

Russia is located in both Europe and Asia. The European portion of Russia is separated from the Asian portion by the Ural Mountains. Two of the country's largest cities, Saint Petersburg and the capital city of Moscow, a... More »