What is the Scandinavian nation whose eastern border is russia?
Both Norway and Finland have Russia on their eastern borders. Finland has the longer border, but is not considered culturally Scandinavian.
There are different possible answers based on the use of the term "Scandinavian" which is used inconsistently. The Scandinavian Peninsula includes Norway, Sweden, and Finland. But Finland is not culturally Scandinavian, as are Norway, Sweden, Denmark, and Iceland. Both Norway and Finland have an eastern border with Russia, although Norway's is much smaller in extent. The capital of Finland is Helsinki. The capital of Norway is Oslo.
The European countries that border the Baltic Sea are: Russia, Lithuania, Latvia, Poland, Germany, Sweden, Finland, Estonia, and Denmark. Of those, Russia, Lithuania, Latvia, Poland, and Estonia are considered Eastern European. Germany is considered Western or Central European. Denmark, Sweden, and Finland are considered Scandinavian.
What is the mountain and river with the same name that forms a border between eastern Europe and western Asia?
What Eastern European nation lies nestled between Russia to the east Poland to the west Ukraine to the south and Lithuania to the north?
The answer depends how you read this question. 1) What country is to the east of Russia? -- There is no country on Russia's Eastern border since Russia extends from the northwest corner of Asia all the way to the northeast corner of Asia. It could be noted, however, that if someone traveled due east from the Asian-Russian city of Vladivostok, they would arrive in Japan, but as Japan is an archipelago, Russia has no…
China, Russia, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan, and Kyrgyzstan. Kazakhstan's northern border is shared with Russia, and is one of the longest continuous land borders in the world. Its eastern border is shared with China. Its southern border is shared with (east to west) Kyrgyzstan, Uzbekistan, and Turkmenistan. It is bounded on the west by the Caspian Sea.