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The Eastern Beskids
Beskids
(Slovak: Východné Beskydy; in Polish considered part of the Western Beskids, Beskidy Zachodnie) is a set of mountain ranges spanning the northern Slovak and southern Polish border. Traditionally the Eastern Beskids
Beskids
are considered part of the Beskid Mountains, a term that differs according to historical and linguistic heritage. Geologically the Eastern Beskids
Beskids
are part of the Outer Western Carpathians. Subdivision[edit] The Eastern Beskids
Beskids
consist of:

Sącz Beskids
Beskids
(PL: Beskid Sądecki) + Ľubovňa Highlands (SK: Ľubovnianska vrchovina) Čergov
Čergov
(SK) + Czerchów Mountains
Czerchów Mountains
(PL: Góry Czerchowskie) Pieniny
Pieniny
(often considered part of the Podhale-Magura Area
Podhale-Magura Area
in non-geomorphological systems)

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Divisions, Groups, and Ranges of the Carpathian Mountains

Western Carpathians

Inner Western

Slovak Ore Mountains Fatra-Tatra Area Slovak Central Mountains Lučenec-Košice Depression Mátra-Slanec Area
Mátra-Slanec Area
and North Hungarian Mountains

Outer Western

South-Moravian Carpathians Central Moravian Carpathians Slovak-Moravian Carpathians West-Beskidian Piedmont Western Beskids Central Beskids Eastern Beskids Podhale-Magura Area

Eastern Carpathians

Inner Eastern

Vihorlat-Gutin Area Bistrița Mountains Căliman-Harghita Mountains Giurgeu-Brașov Depression

Outer Eastern

Central Beskidian Piedmont Low Beskids Eastern Beskids
Beskids
and the Ukrainian Carpathians Moldavian-Muntenian Carpathians

Southern Carpathians

Bucegi Mountains Făgăraș Mountains group Parâng Mountains group Retezat-Godeanu Mountains group

Western Romanian Carpathians

Apuseni Mountains Poiana Ruscă Mountains Banat Mountains

Serbian Carpathians

Homolje mountains Kučaj mountains Devica Rtanj Deli Jovan

Transylvanian Plateau
Transylvanian Plateau
(disputed)

Outer Carp

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