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Binačko Pomoravlje (Биначко поморавље) is a large basin around the river of Binačka Morava, most of which is located in the southeast of Kosovo[a], and the smaller part is located in Southern and Eastern Serbia.
Binačko Pomoravlje is around 50 kilometers long and around 15 kilometers wide. It is bordered by the mountain ranges Crna Gora in the south and Goljak in the north, and borders Kosovo on the west, while at the east it passes to Južno Pomoravlje. The largest cities in the region are Gnjilane and Bujanovac.
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