Dataset of the longest rivers in the Europe - Volga river is the longest river in Europe, spanning a distance of 3,645 meters from Central Russia to Southern Russia and finally discharging into the Caspian Sea.
Volga River. Located entirely in Russia, Volga River has an drainage area of 1,380,000 km2. Check out the drone footage of this immense river.
At second, is the Danube river system which stretched 2,888 kilometers along Eastern Europe, passing through Romania, Hungary, Austria, Serbia, Germany, Slovakia, Bulgaria and Croatia, and eventually outflowing to the Black Sea. Below is a segment of the drone footage of the Austrian leg of the river journey.
At third, the Ural River which measured around 2,428 kilometers between Russia and Kazakhstan.
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