Danubian Plain

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Danubian Plain can be a translation of:

  • the approximate Serbian name (Podunavska nizija - literally: Danubian Lowland) for the Serbian part of the Pannonian plain, see Danubian Plain (Serbia)
  • the Serbian (Podunavska nizija) and Hungarian (Dunamenti síkság - literally: Danubian Lowland) name for a part of the Great Alföld
  • the Slovak name (Podunajská nížina -literally: Danubian Lowland) for the Slovak part of the Little Alföld, see Danubian Lowland
  • the Slovak name (Podunajská rovina - literally: Danubian Flat/Plain) for a part of the Podunajská nížina, see Danubian Flat
  • the Bulgarian name (Dunavska ravnina - literally: Danubian Plain) and Romanian name (Câmpia Dunării) for a group of plains and lowlands in Romania, Bulgaria, and Serbia, see Danubian Plain (Bulgaria) and Wallachian Plain.
  • the German name (Donauebene) for an area in Bavaria, see Danubian Plain (Bavaria)