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Oderské Hills - Czech republic

These hills border with mountain-range of Nízký Jeseník. Oderské hills belong, from geomorphological point of view, to Jeseníky Mountains. They are situated in the Region of Moravia-Silesia and Region of Olomouc. The highest peak of this area is Fidlův kopec (Hill) relating to the height of 680 m. The area is covered with mixed forests. The hills are influenced with cold weather – average temperatures in winter vary from -3 - -6 degrees of Celsius, whereas in summer move from + 14 up to + 17 degrees of Celsius. The snow covering remains here for 100-140 days at least, therefore there are 10-30 summer days only.






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