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Europe's Physical Fe

Europe's Physical Features

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Rhine River location Starts in Switzerland and flows through Germany, France, Luxembourg, and the Netherlands.
Rhine River description Longest river in Germany.
Rhine River information It is important for trade and the European continent.
Danube River location Flows through 12 countries: Germany, Austria, Slovakia, Hungary, Serbia, Croatia, Bosnia, Herzegovina, Slovenia, Bulgaria, Romania, and Ukraine.
Danube River description 1770 miles; The Volga River is the longest.
The Alps 700 miles; A mountain range in Austria, France, Germany, Switzerland, Italy, Slovenia, and Liechtenstein.
Pyrenees Mountains 270 miles; A mountain range that forms the natural border of Spain and France.
Ural Mountains 1500 miles; The natural boundary between Europe and Asia. Contains a lot of minerals.
English Channel 350 miles; A small body of water that separates the UK from European mainland. A good military defense for England. Important for trade.
Iberian Peninsula Includes the countries of Spain and Portugal. Forms the northern border. Second largest peninsula in Europe.
Scandinavian Peninsula 1150 miles; Consists of Norway, Sweden, and North Finland. Largest peninsula in Europe. Has a lot of timber, iron, and copper.
Mediterranean Sea 965,000 square miles; Consists of Europe, Africa, and Asia. Surrounds Italy. A route for boats.
European Plain Stretches from the Pyrenees in the west to Ural Mountains in the east. Largest piece of land that is flat. Successful agriculture area.
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