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Map of the main divisions of the Carpathian Mountains.
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Divisions of the Carpathians, in black numbers:

  • 1, dark green: Outer Western Carpathians
  • 2, light green: Inner Western Carpathians
  • 3, dark orange: Outer Eastern Carpathians
  • 4, light orange: Inner Eastern Carpathians
  • 5, light blue: Southern Carpathians
  • 6, red: Western Romanian Carpathians
  • 7, purple: Transylvanian Plateau
  • 8, pink: Serbian Carpathians

Rivers, in blue lower case letters:

  • a: Vistula
  • b: Danube
  • c: Tisza
  • d: Sava
  • e: Dniester
  • f: Prut

Countries (ISO 3166-1 alpha-2 codes), in red upper case letters:

  • CZ: Czechia
  • PL: Poland
  • UA: Ukraine
  • AT: Austria
  • SK: Slovakia
  • HU: Hungary
  • RO: Romania
  • HR: Croatia
  • BA: Bosnia and Herzegovina
  • RS: Serbia
  • BG: Bulgaria

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