Borska lowland (Borská nížina)

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Borska lowland (Borská nížina)  is a part of Zahorska lowland (Záhorská nížina). It is a territory with flat and hilly relief. From a geomorphological point of view Borska lowland (Borská nížina) as a geomorphological whole is part of area Zahorska lowland (Záhorská nížina) : Alpine-Himalayan system -> Pannonian Basin -> West Pannonian Basin -> Vienna Basin (Viedenská kotlina) ->  Záhorská lowland (Záhorská nížina) . It is divided into geomorphological subwholes: Bor, Podmalokarpatská zníženina, Novoveská plošina, Záhorské pláňavy, Gbelský bor, Dolnomoravská niva, Myjavská niva. >> Geomorphological division of Slovakia >> Mountains in Slovakia >> Lowlands in Slovakia >> Mounts and Peaks in Slovakia >> Slovakia - geography basic ... Read more

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