How do the mountains of Europe effect Europe?
The mountains of Europe are also known as a barrier, or obstacle. The early settlers of Europe could not get past the mountains, so they just made their settlements there. I would think that they cause a considerable climate change, too.
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Mount Elbrus in the Caucus Mountains of Russia is, with the highest of its twin peaks at 5,642 meters (18510 ft) above sea level, the highest point on the continent of Europe. Mont Blanc, in the French Alps, is the tallest point in Western Europe at 4,800 meters (15,748 ft) above sea level. (A m…inority view holds that Europe's border ends outside of the Caucus Mountains rather than in them. Those adhering to such a view place Mount Elbrus in Asia.) Elbrus, Russia (Caucasus): 18,510 feet / 5642 metersThe tallest mountain in Europe is in Elbrus, Russia. It is 18,510feet high, that is 5642 meters. Mount Elbrus has two summits, bothare volcanic domes. (MORE)
Answer . The highest mountains in Europe are the Caucasus, located in eastern Europe. Six mountains in this range are taller than the highest mountain in the Alps.
Alps The Alps are the largest mountain system in Europe. Europe's most prominent mountain system is Mount Blanc. This iswhat it was known a while back but it is now known as Mount Elbrus.
The Alps. Come on, you could have got a map or googled it, but no. You had to ask strangers over the Internet.
The Rhodope Mountains stretch from south central Bulgaria into northern Greece. See http://www.britannica.com/eb/article-9063463/Rhodope-Mountains (requires membership to read the full article), http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rhodope_mountains, and a host of other references available by searching Goo…gle for "Rhodope mountains". (MORE)
The major peaks of Europe are Mt. Elbrus in Russia, Mt. Blanc in France, Jungfrau in Switzerland, and Mulhacen in Spain. Mt Etna in Sicily is higher than Mulhacen but technically is not on the European Continent. See the related links.
There are much too many to name, but some examples are the Alps, the Pyrenees, the Apennines, the Urals, the Caucuses, and the Zarkos Mountains. A complete list in located in the link below, and is separated by country.
The largest mountain chain in Europe would be the Alps. The largest chain of mountains in Europe, based on elevation and on infamy, is the Alps. However, the longest chain would be the Scandinavian mountains at 1762 km, then the Carpathian Mountains at 1500 km, and then the Alps at 1200 km.
Some European mountain ranges include the Alps, the Pyrenees, theApennines, the Carpathians, and the Scandinavian Mountains.
Three mountain ranges in Europe are the Scandinavian Mountains,Alps and Swiss Alps. Alps, which stretches around 1,200 kilometers,covers around 8 European countries.
Mt. Elbrus is the highest mountain in Europe, and it is located in the Caucasus range in Russia .
The Caucasus Mountains divide the continents Europe and Asia. TheCaucasus Mountains are the highest mountain range found on Europeancontinent.
Mont Blanc is considered to be the tallest mountain in Europe. Itis located in the Alps of Italy and is 15,781 feet in elevation.
1. Elbrus 5.633 in Russia 2.Dykh-Tau (5,205 m), Russia 3.Shkhara (5,201 m), Georgia 4.ÐÐ¶Ð°Ð½Ð³Ð° or Janga (Jangi-Tau), (5,059 m), Georgia 5.Mount Kazbek (5,033 m), Georgia - the third highest mountain in Georgia. 6.Ushba (4,710 m), Georgia - a notable peak 7.Shkelda (4,322 m), Georgia… - a notable peak (MORE)
The Scandinavian Mountains are the longest mountain range inEurope. The range is 1,056-miles long. The Carpathians, 932-mileslong, are the second-longest range in Europe.
The Alps are the most populated mountain in Europe.. Yeah,Alps are the most beautiful mountain in Europe,
Carpathian mountains . Also the Alps and the Pyrenees, the Tatras, and several minor ranges, including the Cambrian mountains and the Cairngorms in Britain.
1. Mont Blanc -- France -- 15,711 feet 2. Monte Rosa -- Switzerland -- 15,203 feet 3. Dom -- Switzerland -- 14,911 feet 4. Liskamm -- Italy -- 14,852 feet 5. Weisshorn -- Switzerland -- 14,780 feet 6. Taschhorn -- Switzerland -- 14,731 feet 7. Matterhorn -- Italy-Switzerland -- 14,692 feet 8. Dent B…lanche -- Switzerland -- 14,291 feet 9. Nadelhorn -- Switzerland -- 14,196 feet 10. Grand Combin -- Switzerland -- 14,154 feet (MORE)
Alps,Pyrenees,Carpathians,Scandinavian,Dynarics,Apenini,Balkans,Ural,Sierra Nevada and so on..highest point being Mont Blanc-French Alps (m,4807) though Elbrus in the Caucasus is higher(m,5642) however it is at the border between Europe and Asia( some claim this is the highest peak in Europe but mos…t suggest that this peak belongs to Asia) (MORE)
The two highest mountains in Europe are Mount Elbrus and Shkhara inthe Great Caucasus Mountain Range. Mount Elbrus is as high as18,510 feet, and Shkhara at 16,627 feet.
Balkars are an ethnic group native to Kabardino-Balkarian Republic in the Caucasus mountains of Southwestern Russia.
The Caucuses contain 6 of the 10 largest mountains in Europe. The other 4 belong to the Alps.
Mount Elbrus. Although if the caucasus are not in your view European, then mont blanc.
Because there are so many mountains throughout Europe, refer to the link below for a list of European mountains. You can search mountains either by country or by range.
Musala is the highest peak between the Alps and the Caucasus and the highest in Eastern Europe bar the Caucasus.
no, they are located in the west side of south America .( They are located in 7 countries : Ecuador, Peru, Argentina,Bolivia, Venezuela, Chile and Columbia . )
There are so many important mountains in Europe. Some of the commonones include Caucasus mountains, Alps, Carpathian mountains andUral mountains among others.
There are lots of parts of Europe that are flat and lots that are mountainous.
Europe accepted it because it didn't really have a chioce. The colonies worked in an opportunistic manner and thus used times of turmoil to break free of Europe. Idk the effects yet though
The biggest and tallest mountains in Europe are as follows, 1. Elbrus 5.633 in Russia 2. Rustiveli 5.201 in Russia 3. Dykh-Tau 5.198 in Russia 4. Agri Dagi (Mt Ararat) 5.137 in Turkey 5. B y kagri 5.123 in Turkey
There are a number - The Pyrenees , the Massif Central, The Alps, The Cairngorms etc
There is no mountain that separates Africa and Europe. They do nothave a land border. They are separated by the Mediterranean Sea.
None, the Urals go through Russia and they divide Asia and Europe. The west of Russia is in Europe and the East of Russia is in Asia.
They separated the people. Terrace farming allows crops to be grown on the sides of elevated terrain. This agricultural practice was widespread among the Inca in the Andes Mountains and the early Chinese.
While the highest mountain in Europe is located in the Caucasus mountain range in eastern Europe, the bulk of the highest mountains are located in southern Europe, such as the mountains located in the Alps in southern France, Switzerland, Northern Italy. Included in this list are also the various mo…untains in Greece. (MORE)
No, Asia does. The Indian plate is the fastest moving Continental plate in the world. When it collides with the Asian plate, it creates mountains quickly
The Romans were given protection from their northern enemies such as the Gauls (French). The Alps and the Apennines are the two major mountain ranges in and around Italy
The Urals and the Caucasus Mountains are considered a natural boundary between Europe and Asia
No, the Atlas Mountains are in Africa. However, there are directly across the Mediterranean from Europe, so they are very close.
The Alps are the largest mountain range in Europe, stretching from Austria and Slovenia in the east through Italy, Switzerland, Liechtenstein and Germany to France in the west. Liechtenstein, Austria and Switzerland can be considered the most mountainous countries in Europe. However the highest Euro…pean mountain, Mont Blanc is at the French-Italian border. (MORE)
1. Mont Blanc -- 15,711 feet 2. Monte Rosa -- 15,203 feet 3. Dom -- 14,911 feet 4. Liskamm -- 14,852 feet 5. Weisshorn -- 14,780 feet 6. Taschhorn -- 14,731 feet 7. Matterhorn -- 14,692 feet 8. Dent Blanche 14,291 feet 9. Nadelhorn -- 14,196 feet 10. Grand Combin -- 14,154 feet
Mount Elbrus, located in the Caucus Mountains (Russia). However, this is not really considered to be in Europe or earn the title of largest European mountain. The recognized tallest mountain in Europe is Mont Blanc/Monte Bianco, located on the French-Italian border.
There are much more than 4. 4 examples would be the Alps, the Pyrenees, the Apennines, and the Caucuses.
The true highest point in Europe is Mount Elbrus, Russia, which is located in the Caucuses. However, since the Caucuses are in both Europe and Asia, many geographers disregard this mountain range in calculating the tallest mountain in Europe. The recognized tallest mountain is Mont Blanc/Monte Bianc…o, which is located in the Alps on the French/Italian border. (MORE)
Mountains can be found all over Europe. For example, the Alps are located mostly in Central Europe, the Scandinavians mountains in Scandinavia, the Transylvanian Alps in the Balkans, the Pyrenees in the Southwest, the Apennines in Italy, etc.
Mount Elbrus is the highest mountain located in Europe. It is located in the Caucuses.
I am guessing the Alps might be the oldest mountain range in Europe (Switzerland, France and Italy all lay claim to it)but I am not at all certain.
The Alps are located in Central Europe. They are located north along Italy's entire northern border.
No. Mountain Lions (Cougars) are native to America (north and south). The only ones in Europe are in zoos.
The mountians actually made it harder to travel on foot because themountians were difficult to climb