EastSiberian mountain country
It ranks among the Russian large landscapes.
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within northeast Russia, which is between the Arctic ocean and the Pacific ocean as well as their marginal seas (Laptewsee , eastSiberian sea , Tschuktschensee , Beringmeer and Ochotski sea), spreads the eastSiberian mountain country on the extensive and landschaftlich strongly arranged east and northeast part of the asiatic continent . It covers mostly an accumulation of several independent high mountains, which extend from direction the west regarded from the Mitteljakuti valley (the extensive valley of the Lena) over approximately 2,700 km up to the cape Deschnjow. In the north it pushes to the u and/or. V-shaped into the eastSiberian mountain country in-handing eastSiberian low country. Into the southwest it changes smoothly into the southSiberian mountains .
because the eastSiberian mountain country in the east and northeast over the actual borders of Siberia outside hands, would have it actually northeastasiatic or northeastRussian mountain country is called.
the individual mountains of the eastSiberian mountain country are (from west to east):
- Werchojansker mountains
- high country marked by
- Sredinnyj Höhenrücken (Sredinnyj chrebet)
within the eastSiberian mountain country rise under others these rivers (west east direction):
the eastSiberian mountain country is not settled only few, large cities gives it except Jakutsk ; it is still mentioned that because of the Pacific coast removed far the large city Magadan is at the Ochotski sea.