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 »

A physical map of Europe shows the natural geographic features of the continent. Mountain ranges, bodies of water, and islands are shown, sometimes alongside the man-made boundaries of nations. More »

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France is a country covered largely in plains and accented by occasional rolling hills and expansive mountains along its borders. The second-largest country in Europe, France is mountainous in its northern coast as well ... More »

The highest mountain in Europe is Mount Elbrus, located in Russia near the border with Georgia. There are two main peaks of Mount Elbrus at 18,442 feet and 18,510 feet. Both peaks are the tops of dormant volcanoes. More »

Europe is the second smallest continent, with an area of 3,937,083 square miles. While Australia is the smallest of the seven continents with an area of 3,132,061 square miles, Antarctica is the third smallest continent ... More »

The Urals and the Caucasus are the two mountain ranges that separate the continents of Europe and Asia. The Ural Mountains run through Russia from the Arctic Ocean to the Ural River, which is located at the border betwee... More »

The Ural Mountains and the Caucasus Mountains separate Europe from Asia. These two mountain ranges form a distinct border between Europe and Asia. More »