Slovak Central Mountains
The Slovak Central Mountains are a part of the Inner Western Carpathians. They are bordered by the Fatra-Tatra Area to the northwest and north, Slovak Ore Mountains (Slovenské rudohorie) to the east, Southern Slovak Basin (Juhoslovenská kotlina) to the south and by the Pannonian Plain to the southwest.
The Slovak Central Mountains are divided into the following subdivisions:
- Vtacnik Mountains
- Pohronský Inovec
- Štiavnica Mountains
- Kremnica Mountains
- Krupina Plain
- Zvolen Basin
- Pliešovce Basin (Pliešovská kotlina)
- Žiar Basin
The highest mountain is Poľana at 1,458 m.
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