Illustrating the ranges of the Ural Mountains (Southern Urals, Central Urals, Northern Urals, Nether-Polar Urals, Polar Urals, and the major rivers in the surrounding areas, including the Ob, Irtysh, Kama, Smara and Ural rivers.
The highest peak of the Ural Mountains is Mount Nardonaya reaching 1895 m above sea level.
The Ural Mountains mark the geographical border between Asia and Europe, stretching from the Caspian Lowland to the Arctic Ocean.
Ural Mountains map
Physical map of the Ural Mountains, Western Russia
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About the Ural Mountains