Mt. Elbrus, the tallest peak in Europe, is located where?
Located in one of the most rugged mountain ranges in the world, Mount Elbrus is found on the western side of the Greater Caucasus Mountains in Russia, near the Georgian border. Because Russia is a transcontinental country, its western side is in Europe, making Elbrus the highest peak on the continent. The Balkars, people native to this mountainous region, call the mountain “Mingi-Tau” meaning “resembling a thousand mountains,” due to its sheer size.
Answer: The correct answer is Russia.