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Russia and Eastern Europe

Russia and the Former Soviet States

What is the longest river in Europe

The Volga River, which lies entirely within Russia, is Europe’s longest river. The Volga River flows 2,290 miles (3,685 kilometers) from the Valdai Hills, near the city of Rzhev, into the Caspian Sea.



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