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a river in Czechoslovakia, a left tributary of the Danube. Length, 289 km; basin area, 5,465 sq km. Its source is on the southern slopes of the Low Tatra Mountains. The upper and middle courses are in the gorges and valleys of the Western Carpathians; the lower course is in the Central Danubian Depression. High water is in spring, low water in summer. The river can be used for floating logs. There is a hydroelectric power plant. Bystrica and Zvolen are located on the Hron River.

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Christianity made sporadic inroads into the pagan territory in Central Europe following the campaign of Marcus Aurelius, as far as central Slovakia (river Hron and Leugaricio or Trencin), where his famous meditations were written.
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