Russia is part of both Asia and Europe. In terms of land mass, Russia is in Asia, since three-quarters of its land is in Asia. However, in terms of population, most of Russia's population is in Europe. Three out of four ... More »

www.reference.com Geography Russia

Russia is located in both Europe and Asia. The region west of the Ural Mountains, about 25 percent of the country's area, is considered part of Europe. The capital city of Russia, Moscow, is located in the European porti... More »

www.reference.com Geography Russia

Russia is on the continents of Asia and Europe, according to About.com. The European part of Russia extends from its western border with Ukraine, Belarus, Finland and other European countries to the Ural Mountains. The a... More »

www.reference.com Geography Russia

Part of Russia is in Europe, and part is in Asia. Russia is the largest country in the world and extends from Eastern Europe to the North Pacific Ocean. European Russia refers to the western portion of Russia that spans ... More »

www.reference.com Geography Russia

Russia's official name is the Russian Federation. The country took this name after the breakdown of the Soviet Union in 1999. The Russian Federation is often referred to simply as Russia. More »

Russia is in both Europe and Asia, spanning the continental divide marked by the Ural Mountains and covering about 17 million miles. Approximately three-quarters of Russia is in Asia, expanding east from the Ural Mountai... More »

Russia is located in the northern part of Eurasia. It has 14 neighboring countries, such as China, Mongolia, North Korea, Finland, Latvia and the Ukraine, and its land stretches almost halfway around the world. More »