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Europe SS6G7

Europe's Political and Physical Features

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Rhine River Starts in Switzerland and flows through Germany, France, Luxembourg, and the Netherlands. Longest river in Germany
The Danube River Located in central Europe. It is the 2nd largest river in Europe.
Alps Are a mountain range located in Austria, France, Germany, Switzerland, Italy, Slovenia, and Liechtenstein.
Pyrenees Are a mountain range that form the natural border between France and Spain.
Ural Mountains Are considered to be the natural boundary between Europe and Asia.
English Channel Is a small body of water that separates the United Kingdom from the European mainland (specifically, from France).
Iberian Peninsula The second largest peninsula in Europe, includes the countries of Spain and Portugal.
Scandinavian Peninsula It is the largest peninsula in Europe.Peninsula consists of Norway, Sweden, and the northern region of Finland.
Mediterranean Sea This sea covers an area of 965,000 square miles and has always been an important route for trade and cultural exchange.It surrounds Italy.
European Plain Plain stretches from the Pyrenees in the west to the Ural Mountains in the east. It is the largest mountain-free landform in Europe.
Belgium Tiny. Between Germany (E) & France (W). Borders English Channel on NW side.
France Large. Borders are Spain (SW), Belgium (NE), Germany (E), English Channel (N), & Atlantic Ocean (W).
Germany Center of Continent. Between Poland (E) & France (W). Just south of Scandinavian Peninsula.
Italy South of Germany. Bordered by France (NW) & Mediterranean sea.
Poland Bordered by Germany (W), Ukraine (SE), & Baltic Sea (N). Just SE of Sweden.
Russia HUGE! Whole far E side of Europe map.
Spain Large. On the Iberian Peninsula. Bordered by France (SW), Mediterranean Sea (S & E), & Atlantic Ocean (N).
Ukraine Large. In south-western “crook” of Russia. Between Poland (NW) & Russia (E). Black Sea (S).
United Kingdom Island just N of France, and E of Ireland.
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