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  1. Malatilar says:
    Aug 18,  · The Urals (Russian: Ура́л oo-RAHL) is a common geographical name of the area of Russia around the Ural Mountains. It is a vast territory which includes major cities like Yekaterinburg and Chelyabinsk, as well as parts of the polar areas.
  2. Garg says:
    Marking the border between Europe and Asia, the Ural Mountains (Урал) stretch from the Kara Sea in the north to Kazakhstan in the south.
  3. Mazull says:
    Jul 02,  · D he Ural is not only a mountain range extending from north to south for kilometers, behind which the tsars and later the communists disposed of their adversaries. It is above all a huge Russian administrative unit, a so-called federal district, which is five times larger than Germany with million square kilometers.
  4. Kera says:
    Ural Mountains, E European Russia and NW Kazakhstan, forming, together with the Ural River, the traditional boundary between Europe and Asia and separating the Russian plain from the W Siberian lowlands. The Urals extend c.1, mi (2, km) north and south from the Arctic tundra to the deserts N of the Caspian Sea.
  5. Moogugami says:
    Urals synonyms, Urals pronunciation, Urals translation, English dictionary definition of Urals. Noun 1. Urals - a mountain range in western Russia extending from the Arctic to the Caspian Sea; forms part of the traditional boundary between Europe and.
  6. Mihn says:
    The Urals rise like a long and narrow spine across western Russia, forming a natural divide between Europe and Asia. The mountain range spans 2, kilometers (1, miles) passing through Arctic tundra to the north and through forested and semi-desert landscapes to the south.
  7. Arashilrajas says:
    Urals, the Russian crude which is the Europe's largest single source of oil, has seen value for Baltic loading cargoes fall more than $/b in the past to month to a 19 month low ahead of IMO t.
  8. Kazahn says:
    Human habitation of the Urals dates to the distant past. The Nenets (Samoyed) people the Pay-Khoy region, and their language belongs to the Samoyedic group of languages, which is widespread throughout northern Siberia. Farther south live the Komi, Mansi, and Khanty, who speak a tongue belonging to the Ugric group of the Finno-Ugric languages.

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