What Is the Biggest River in Europe?

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The biggest river in Europe in terms of watershed, length and discharge is called River Volga. It is seen as the national river found in Russia as it runs through central Russia. The capital of Moscow is also found in the drainage basin of the river. Other large rivers in Europe include Danube, Ural, Dnieper, Don and Pechora.
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The longest river in Europe is the Volga (2,294 miles).
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The Volga River is the longest river in Europe. It is located in Russia. However, since it is in Russia, it is a controversial country, meaning should it really count as part of Europe
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