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Eastern Europe

  • Armenia

    Armenia (full name, The Republic of Armenia) covers an area of approximately...

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  • Azerbaijan

    Azerbaijan (full name, Republic of Azerbaijan) covers an area of approximately...

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  • Belarus

    Belarus (full name, Republic of Belarus) covers an area of approximately...

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  • Bulgaria

    Bulgaria (full name, Republic of Bulgaria) covers an area of approximately...

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  • Czech Republic

    The Czech Republic covers an area of approximately 78,900 sq km. Its terrain...

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  • Georgia

    Georgia covers an area of approximately 69,700 sq km. Its terrain is largely...

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  • Hungary

    Hungary (full name, Republic of Hungary) covers an area of approximately...

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  • Moldova

    Moldova (full name, Republic of Moldova) covers an area of approximately...

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  • Poland

    Poland (full name, Republic of Poland) covers an area of approximately...

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  • Romania

    Romania covers an area of approximately 238,000 sq km. Its terrain consists...

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  • Russian Federation

    Russia (full name, The Russian Federation) covers an area of approximately...

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  • Slovakia

    Slovakia (full name, Slovak Republic) covers an area of approximately...

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  • Ukraine

    Ukraine covers an area of approximately 604,000 sq km with a terrain consisting...

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Eastern Europe

Due to the variation of opinion over where exactly the boundary between Europe and Asia is, the definition of eastern Europe is imprecise and tends to depend on whether one is talking geographically or culturally. Taking the Ural Mountains as the geographical border on the eastern edge of Europe, and heading west as far as the Czech Republic, much of Eastern Europe was, for about 40 years after World War II, behind the ‘iron curtain’ (under the direct influence of the former USSR). After the collapse of the USSR, many nations that had been part of the old Soviet Union resumed their status as independent east European countries. Eastern Europe has a cooler climate than the rest of the continent, with conditions becoming harsher as you head further north.