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 minority 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.
There are many. Alps. The Pyrenees. and the Ural Mountains.
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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
the alps. are the highest mountains in Europe
Two mountain ranges separate Europe and Asia: the Urals and the Caucasus.
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.
There are lots of mountain ranges in Europe, like the Alps or the Pyrenees.
Yes it is very mountainous in parts of Europe.
the Alps, Carpathian mountains, Pyrenees, Apennine mountains, Dinaric alps and the mountains in Norway
Europe's largest mountain is Mont Blanc.
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 effec…ts yet though
In Middle Ages
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 Mou…ntains and the early Chinese.
In Middle Ages
The mountains separated the people
The mountians actually made it harder to travel on foot because themountians were difficult to climb