Eastern Slovak Lowland
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In terms of geomorphology, it forms one unit together with the Tisza Lowland (Tiszamenti síkság) in Hungary, the Transcarpathian Lowland (Zakarpats'ka nyzovyna) in Ukraine and the plain Câmpia Someşului in Romania.
It consists of the following two parts:
- Eastern Slovak Hills (also translated as Eastern Slovak Upland) in the west and the north
- Eastern Slovak Flat (also translated as Eastern Slovak Plain) in the middle, east and south
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