Vihorlat

Vihorlat

 

a mountain massif in the northern volcanic region of the Eastern Carpathians in Czechoslovakia and partly in the USSR. Elevations, to 1,076 m. Composed mainly of andesites. It has clearly defined, rocky crests. There are broad-leaved forests. Numerous rivers—tributaries of the Bodrog (Tisa basin)—flow from Vihorlat.

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Four localities of beech primeval forests National Natural Reserves: Stuzica, Havesova, Rozok and Vihorlat had been prepared by the Environment Ministry and the Technical University in Zvolen which specialises in forestry for seven years, TASR reported.
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IK: Vihorlat Observatory, Mierova 4, 06601 Humenne, Slovakia [vihorlatobsl@stonline.
Locality: Vihorlat Mountnins, 8 km SSE of Snina near Kosice in eastern Slovakia, Slovak Republic.
This permit called Ruska Bystra is on the southwest slope of the Vihorlat Mountains, a sub range of the Flysch Carpathians.