Central Moldavian Plateau

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Moldavian Plateau
Topography

Bukovinian Subcarpathians
Moldavian Subcarpathians


Suceava Plateau
Dniester Hills
Moldavian Plain
Bârlad Plateau
Central Moldavian Plateau


Bugeac Plain

Hydrography

Danube
Siret (Moldova, Suceava)
Prut
Dniester (Răut)
Black Sea

Climate

Romania
Moldova

Flora & Fauna

Flora of Romania
Flora of Moldova
List of mammals in Romania
List of mammals in Moldova
Protected areas in Romania
Protected areas in Moldova

The Central Moldavian Plateau (Romanian: Podişul Moldovei Centrale), or Codru Massif (Romanian: Masivul Codru) is a geographic area in Moldova. It is the central and SE part of the Moldavian Plateau. It has elevations that in the N-S direction decrease in altitude from 400 m to under 200 m.

The Central Moldavian Plateau is composed of:

The natural vegetation of the Central Moldavian Plateau is characterized by forests, known as Codru (singular) or Codri (plural). It is also an area proper for vineyards.

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