The four major landforms of Europe are the Western Uplands, North European Plain, Central Uplands and Alpine Mountains. These forms are all roughly arranged in bands that run from east to west. More »

Major landforms in Russia include the Caucasus Mountains, the Ural Mountains and the Volga River. Other mountain landforms include the Kolyma Mountains, while major rivers include the Kolyma, the Dnieper and Dvina in the... More »

The major landforms of Italy are mountains, volcanoes, beaches and islands. The shape of a boot that extends into the Mediterranean Sea is the country's most distinctive feature. More »

Geologists consider the four major landforms to be hills, mountains, plains and plateaus. Other minor categories of landforms include, but are not limited to, canyons, valleys, buttes, basins, bays and peninsulas. More »

Eastern Europe is geographically defined as the area between the Baltic Sea to the north and the Adriatic, Mediterranean and Black seas to the south, and includes the Great Hungarian Plain along with a number of mountain... More »

Landforms are formed by movements of the earth, such as earthquakes, weathering, erosions and deposits. Many landforms are created by more than one of these processes. These are called polygenetic landforms. More »

Landforms are divided into 11 major categories: Aeolian, coastal and oceanic, erosion, fluvial, impact, karst, lacustrine, mountain and glacial, slope, tectonic and volcanic. Within these groupings are many landform subt... More »