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Danubian Lowland or Danube Lowland (Podunajská nížina) is situated on the South-Western part of Slovakia. It is located on the territories of the Nitra region, Trnava region and Bratislava region. It is located between the river Danube (in the South), the Small Carpathians (in the West) and all other parts of the Western Carpathians (North and East). In the southwestern part of the Danubian lowland is situated Rye Island (Žitný ostrov) - the largest river island in Europe. Despite the fact that the territory is being ...

Eastern Slovak Lowland (Východoslovenská nížina) is situated on the South-Eastern Slovakia (south part of East Slovakia), in the territory of the Košice region and part of the lowland extends into the Prešov region. The southern edge forms the border with Hungary, to the East it borders with the Ukraine, in the West it passes into the Slanec Hills (Slanské vrchy) and in the North it borders with the Nízke Beskydy mountains (subwhole Beskydské predhorie) and Vihorlat Mountains (Vihorlatské vrchy). Eastern Slovak ...

Zahorska lowland (Záhorská nížina) is located on the South-Western Slovakia. It is situated in Region Bratislava (Bratislavský kraj) and Region Trnava (Trnavský kraj) territories. To the North it borders with the White Carpathians (Biele Karpaty) mountains, to the East with the Little Carpathians (Malé Karpaty) mountains, in the South and South-West with Austria, and to the Northwest with lowland Dolnomoravský úval. The Western and the southern part is mostly flat, to the North and to the East is the appearance of ...

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