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Am I correct in saying that mountains are the landform that separates Europe from Asia?

  • geography -

    Yes. Traditionally, the Ural Mountains separate these two continents.

    However, physically, Eurasia is sometimes considered one continent because it is one land mass.

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    no.they are separated by seas

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