North Asia

North Asia (Northern Asia) refers to the massive northern part of Asia east of the Ural Mountains, also known as Siberia. This region is divided into the Russian federal districts of Ural, Siberia, and the Russian Far East.

The region borders the Arctic Ocean in the north, European Russia in the west, and the Bering Sea in the east. Siberia shares international borders with Kazakhstan, Mongolia, and China in the south.

We had planned to explore this area in 2023, however, world events got in the way.

So, unfortunately, we haven’t populated the Russia page yet.

  Fast Facts

 

Name: North Asia (Northern Asia)
Location: Sits between the Arctic Ocean in the north, European Russia in the west, and the Bering Sea in the east.
Population of North Asia: ~ 36 million
Number of Countries: 1
Highest Mountain: Mt Dykh-Tau 5204 m
Largest Lake: Lake Baikal (The largest freshwater lake in the world.)
Longest River: LEan River (4400 km)

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