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The Ural Mountains
The highest point of the Ural Mountains is Mt. Narodnaya (1895m).
It is approximately 2500 km long.
The Central part of the Urals Mountain is very low, where the highest peak measures 994m.
Karst Topography can be seen in the western flank of the Ural mountains.
It is rich in various kinds of minerals Gold, Platinum, Magnetite, Chalcopyrite etc.
Semi precious stones like Amethyst, Emerald, Diamond etc. are also found in this region.
It is approximately 1500km long.
More than half of this mountains in in Romania and the rest of it lies in Slovakia, Poland, Ukraine, Hungary & Serbia.
Cities of Bratislova, Zilina, Kosice, Brasov etc are located in this region.
It is separated from the Dinaric Alps by the Great Hungarian Plain, which is also known as Pannonian Plain.
Highest point of this mountain is Pico de Aneto (3404 m).
It is made up of Granite, Gneiss & Limestone.
It forms a natural border between France & Spain, thus separating the Iberian peninsula from the main continental Europe.