Eastern Slovak Lowland

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Eastern Slovak Lowland is located in southeastern Slovakia

The East(ern) Slovak Lowland (Slovak: Východoslovenská nížina) is the name of a part of the Great Hungarian Plain (Slovak: Veľká dunajská kotlina) situated in Slovakia.[1]

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:


  1. ^ Loczy, Denes; Stankoviansky, Miloš; Kotarba, Adam (January 3, 2012). Recent Landform Evolution: The Carpatho-Balkan-Dinaric Region. Springer Science & Business Media. p. 145. ISBN 9789400724471.

Coordinates: 48°30′N 22°00′E / 48.500°N 22.000°E / 48.500; 22.000