Wednesday, January 20, 2010

Daily Geo 2: Tuesday, January 26

What is the tallest mountain in Europe?

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  1. At 5,633 meters (18,481 ft) Mount Elbrus is the highest mountain in Europe. It is part of the Ural mountains which are considered to be the border between Europe and Asia. During ancient times, Mount Elbrus was known as Strobilus and it was believed to be the location where Zeus had Prometheus chained to a rock. The highest summit of Mount Elbrus was first climbed in 1874 by F. Crauford Grove.