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The Western Beskids
Beskids
(Czech: Západní Beskydy; Slovak: Západné Beskydy; Polish: Beskidy Zachodnie) are a set of mountain ranges spanning the Czech Republic, Slovakia, and Poland. Geologically the Western Beskids
Beskids
are part of the Outer Western Carpathians. Traditionally the Western Beskids
Beskids
were considered part of the Beskids, a term that differs according to historical and linguistic heritage. Subdivision[edit] The Western Beskids
Beskids
consist of the following mountain ranges:

Western Beskids
Beskids
(Czech: Západní Beskydy)

Hostýn-Vsetín Mountains (Czech: Hostýnsko-vsetínská hornatina) Moravian-Silesian Beskids
Moravian-Silesian Beskids
(Czech: Moravskoslezské Beskydy, Slovak: Moravsko-sliezske Beskydy) Turzovka Highlands (Slovak: Turzovská vrchovina) Jablunkov Furrow (Czech: Jablunkovská brázda) Rožnov Furrow (Czech: Rožnovská brázda) Jablunkov Intermontane (Slovak: Jablunkovské medzihorie, Czech: Jablunkovské mezihoří) Silesian Beskids
Beskids
(Polish: Beskid Śląski, Czech: Slezské Beskydy) Żywiec Basin
Żywiec Basin
(Polish: Kotlina Żywiecka)

Polish Western Beskids
Beskids
(Polish: Beskidy Zachodnie or Polské Beskydy)

Little Beskids
Beskids
(Beskid Mały) Maków Beskids
Beskids
(Beskid Makowski) Island Beskids
Beskids
(Beskid Wyspowy) Gorce Mountains
Gorce Mountains
(Beskidy Zachodnie) Rabka Basin (?) (Kotlina Rabczańska) Sącz Basin (Kotlina Sądecka)

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Beskids
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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
Eastern 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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