Myjava hilly Country - Slovakia
Myjava Hilly Country is placed in west of Slovakia, in Regions of Trnava and Trenčín, and in Senica, Myjava and Nové Město nad Váhom districts. This territory belongs to Slovak -Moravian Carpathian Mountains, which forms a part of Outer West Carpathian Mountains.
371 square kilometres
The highest hill:
Bradlo – 543 metres above sea level
Myjava Hilly Country has extraordinary variegated geological composition. It is created with paleogenne granite mineral rocks, sediments of upper chalk or neogenne placed (put) mineral rocks. Smaller west part belongs to Morava-river bed - Myjava and Brezová rivers drain the water from there. On the other hand, bigger, eastern part, belongs to Váh-river bed. The brooks of Kamečnica, Korytánka, Jablonka, Trstie and Holeška drain the water, from the beginning to Dudváh-river, and consequently to Váh.
This hilly country belongs to warm, and in higher placed sections to moderately warm climatic area. Myjava Hilly Country belongs to low and disunited mountain ranges, where you can follow frequent change of meadows, pasture lands, forests and arable soil. Typical dispersed solitude houses are typical for Myjava Hilly Country.
In the area, three towns are to be found, such as:
- Stará Turá
- Brezová pod Bradlom
Mountains / Europe / Slovakia
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