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The Czech Republic consists of 2 major parts:
Bohemia(Čechy)-western part It is surrounded by mountains and highlands at all sides. The only river flows out of this huge basin - The Elbe River(Labe) and it flows into the North Sea.
Bohemia is divided from Moravia(Morava)-eastern part by the Main Continental Divide which means that Moravian rivers flow through the River Danube into the Black Sea.
Most important mountain ranges:
Šumava(Böhmerwald) SW border, highest point 1378m.
Krušné Hory(Erzgebirge) NW border, highest point 1244m.
Krkonoše(Riesengebirge) N border, highest point 1602m.
Králický Sněžník, central N border, highest point 1423m.
Moravian mts.: Jeseníky, North, highest point 1492m
Beskydy near E border, highest point 1323m.


Edited bypuffin on 03.06.2004 puffin on 04.05.2004

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