Russia belongs to Europe, with three-quarters of its territory belonging to Asia and the rest to Europe.
Russia belongs to a big country in the world. This country has a vast territory and rich mineral resources. So which state does Russia belong to? Let’s learn more about it.
Although most of Russian territory belongs to Asia, Russia is close to Europeans in food, culture and customs.
Although Russia is a small part of European territory, it has 3/4 of the country’s population.
Russia’s land area of 17.07 million square kilometers, Russia’s vast soil, rich in natural resources. Oil, natural gas, forest, iron ore and other resources ranked among the world’s top.
Russians originated from the Eastern Slavs of Eastern Europe, and the mixed-race Rus are the common ancestor of Russians and Belarusians and Ukrainians.
Russia is a Slavic country, but Western Europeans believe that East Slav does not belong to Europe, but is between Europe and Asia. Russian culture has obvious European characteristics, but it is quite different from traditional Western Europe.