Briefly about Beskid Mountains
The Beskid mountains in the Czech Republic are situated in the Eastern part of Moravia close to Polish and Slovakian border. They stretch in Moravian-Silesian and Zlín regions. They are part of Outer Carpathians that represent a complicated mountain range. Variety of hilly areas, uplands and highlands forms an open fan towards the south-east.
The highest part of Beskids is represented by highlands called Moravian-Silesian Beskids. They are further divided into Vsetínské vrchy, Veřovické vrchy,Moravian part of Javorníky mountains in the south and Silesian Beskids separated from Moravian-Silesian Beskids by Jablunkovská brázda. Štramberská vrchovina is separated by Frenštátská brázda and Těšínská pahorkatina is separated by Třinecká brázda.
For further information please see:
- Beskid mountains
- Silesian Beskids
- Vsetínské vrchy
- Podbeskydská pahorkatina – Štramberská vrchovina
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