From the Baltic to south Siberia extends a vast plain broken only by the urals.
It is so wherever one goes both on this and on the other side of the urals.
Ribbon jasper is found in Saxony, but chiefly comes from the urals.
These also are hand-woven, and come from the province of Orenburg, just beyond the urals.
Mamin-Sibiryak, who has described the urals, is the author most liked in these parts.
Perhaps they had heard whispers of the mineral wealth of the urals.
The urals once crossed, the slopes and waterways invite the traveller eastwards.
Xenia Sabaroff is a charming and beautiful woman, and the silver-mine beyond the urals is a very real thing.
The copper mines of the urals are the richest in Russia, and possess inexhaustible wealth.
There are also important ore beds in the urals, near the border of Finland, and at the south of Moscow.
mountain range between Europe and Asia (the river is named for the mountains), of uncertain origin. Perhaps from Vogul urala "mountain peak" or from Tatar ural "boundary."