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The Dobrogea Plateau (Romanian: Podişul Dobrogei) is a plateau in Eastern Romania located in the Dobruja region, surrounded to the north and west by the Danube and to the east by the Danube Delta and the Black Sea.
Its average altitude is around 200–300 metres, higher in the northern part. The highest point is the Ţuţuiatu/Greci Peak in the Măcin Mountains, at a height of 467 m.
The climate is slightly warmer and more arid than in the rest of Romania and as such, its flora and flora contains some Mediterranean species.
The Casimcea River and Taița River flow through it from west to east. There are several lakes, including some lagoons, the most important being Oltina Lake, Bugeac Lake, Mangalia Lake, Techirghiol Lake, Siutghiol Lake, Taşaul Lake, and Razim Lake.
Its main subdivisions are:
- Măcin Mountains
- Casimcea Plateau
- Tulcea Hills
- Medgidia Plateau
- Negru Vodă Plateau
- Oltina Plateau
- Istria Plateau