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- Not to be confused with the nearby Zemplín Mountains.
Its highest peak is the Nagy-Milic at 894 metres above sea level. The range is part of the North Hungarian Mountains within the Carpathian Mountains. Its steep peaks are the bases for many medieval stone castles, such as the castle of Sárospatak and Füzéri vár (Füzér Castle).
- Gábor Gercsák (2002). "Hungarian geographical names in English language publications" (PDF). Studia Cartologica. Eötvös Loránd University. Retrieved 30 April 2011.
- Doboly, Konstantin. "Studia bot. hung. 34. 2003" (PDF). publication.nhmus.hu. Retrieved 2 September 2015.
- Zempléni hegység - photos and information about Zemplén Mountains (in Czech)
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