Ondava Upland

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Ondava Upland

 

(Ondavská vrchovina), part of the East Beskids in Czechoslovakia. Composed mainly of sandstone and shale. It consists of a number of massifs with elevations of 300–600 m, dissected by the Ondava River and its tributaries. Individual peaks exceed 1,000 m. There are sparse spruce-beech forests.

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