Moravian Gate


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Moravian Gate

 

(Moravská braná), a mountain pass in Czechoslovakia between the eastern spurs of the Sudetes and the western spurs of the Carpathians. Elevations to 310 m. The Brno-Ostrava highway and railroad were built through the pass, which also was long an important trade route from the Danube basin to the Baltic Sea basin.

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The subject of this public service contract entitled "Mapping, including the focus of selected track axes in the future routes of the Prosenice - Ostrava Svinov (" Moravian Gate ") and akvice - Modrice (" South Moravia ")" (hereinafter referred to as "Public Contract") is mapping of fixed objects, track equipment, terrain edges and obstacles, including the focus of selected track axes in future VRT "South Moravia" and "Moravian Gate" routes