Europe: physical features quiz

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The North European Plain's globe icon boundaries are approximate. It is part of a much larger plain know as the European Plain or Great European Plain, and stretches from the Pyrenees, up the west coast of France, along the northern part of Europe over to the Ural mountains.
The Danube River globe icon passes through or touches the borders of 10 countries: Austria, Bulgaria, Croatia, Germany, Hungary, Moldova, Romania, Serbia, Slovakia and Ukraine.
    Four European capitals are situated on the banks of the Danube:
  • Budapest, Hungary
  • Vienna, Austria
  • Bratislava, Slovakia
  • Belgrade, Serbia
The Pyrenees globe icon is a mountain range in southwest Europe that forms a natural border between France and Spain. It separates the Iberian Peninsula globe icon Iberian Peninsula from the rest of continental Europe.

The Alps globe icon is a great mountain range in Europe that stretches 1,200 kilometres (750 mi) across 8 countries. The highest mountain in the Alps is Mont-Blanc, on the French-Italian border, at 4,810 m (15,781 ft) high.

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