While most of Ukraine is flat, its southwestern corner of this large Eastern European country is covered in medium-sized mountains. Here can be found the country's tallest mountain: Mt. Hoverla, which stands 2,060 meters (almost 6.8k ft.) above sea level. Hoverla is part of the Beskids Mountains, a subrange of the great Carpathian chain which extends across portions of central, eastern, and southeastern Europe. In this video, you'll get a bird's eye view of Mt. Hoverla, compliments of contributor Nebomriy.