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why do geographers disagree about the location of russia?

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    I didn't know that geographers disagree about Russia's location.

    The only problem might be that Russia spans two continents, Asia and Europe. Some geographers count them as only one continent -- Eurasia.

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    There are some unsettled land disputes with the former Soviet republic of Georgia (Abkhazia and South Ossetia) and in the Kuril Islands, very near Japan. Other than that, geographers agree where Russia is.

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