Highest Mountain in Europe?

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Mount Elbrus is the highest peak in Europe and is also one of the Seven Summits. It is located in Russia, although it is only a few miles from the border of Georgia. Even though Elbrus is the highest peak in Europe, it is technically one of the easiest of the higher peaks on the continent to climb.
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Rank Mountain Height in metres Location 1. Elbrus 5,642 Russia 2. Rustaveli 5,201 Georgia 3. Dykh-Tau 5,198 Georgia 4. Kazbek 5,047 Georgia 5. Monte Bianco / Mont Blanc 4,807 Italy
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The highest point in Europe is Mount Elbrus in Russia (18,510 feet or 5642 meters high).
The highest mountain in Europe is the Elbrus Mountain. The mountain is located in Russia's Caucasus mountain range and has a height of 5,642 metres above sea level. The mountain's main range is a state border between Georgia and Russia.
The highest mountains in Europe are: Elbrus located in Russia, Rustaveli in Georgia, Dykh-Tau also in Georgia, Kazbek in Georgia, Monte Bianco / Mont Blanc in Italy / France, Klyuchevskaya in Russia, Ushba in Georgia and Monte Rosa in Italy / Switzerland.
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