Čergov - Slovakia
Čergov Mountain Range is placed in north-east part of Slovakia, in Region of Prešov, in Sabinov, Stará Lubovňa, Prešov and Bardejov districts. Čergov belongs to the area of East Beskydy Mountains, forming a part of Outside West Carpathian Mountains.
301 square kilometres.
The highest hill:
Minčol - 1156 metres above sea level.
Čergov, expressively bordered mountaneous massif, is formed on mineral stone basis of sandstones and clays, in south part formed with limestone belt. Its relief is hilly. The range belongs to moderately warm and cold climatic area.
The surface is covered with mixed forests, where leafy trees are dominating, such as oaks, beech-woods, fir-trees, birch-wood or maples are dominating. From coniferous, the pine-trees are to be found there.
Smaller surfaces are taken with meadows and bush copses. Regarding agricultural soil: it is a minimum of such quality level available.
Mountains / Europe / Slovakia
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