Spačva basin

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Spačva (region)

Spačva is a geographic microregion in Croatia. It is located in the south-western part of Syrmia—the latter being divided by Croatia and Serbia—and the southeastern part of Slavonia macroregion of Croatia, around Spačva river and river Studva. The region is famous for its biggest contiguous oak (Quercus robur) forest in the Europe.[1][2] Wood industry based in Spačva basin is important in the economical life of Vukovar-Srijem County. The major settlement in the region is the town of Otok.[2]

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Coordinates: 45°03′08″N 18°56′20″E / 45.0522881°N 18.93896646°E / 45.0522881; 18.93896646