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Laborec River at Strazske
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Laborec River at Strazske
Bridge over the Laborec at Strazske
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Bridge over the Laborec at Strazske

Laborec is a river in central eastern Slovakia that flows mostly through the Kosice Region. It runs through the towns of Michalovce and Strazske. River upstream of an Australian trout farm A river is a large natural waterway. ... 8: Košice Region The Košice Region (Slovak: Košický kraj) is one of the eight Slovak administrative regions. ... Michalovce (German: Großmichel, Hungarian: Nagymihály, Romani: Nadymihaya, Yiddish: Mikhaylovets or Mykhaylovyts) is a city on the Laborec river in eastern Slovakia. ...


Tributaries of the river include the Uzh River which joins the Laborec near the city of Drahňov in Michalovce District. . Length 127 km Elevation of the source - m Average discharge - m³/s Area watershed - km² Origin Ukraine Mouth Laborec Basin countries Ukraine, Slovakia The Uzh (Ukrainian: Уж) or Uh (in Slovak) or Ung (in Hungarian) is a river in the Ukraine and in Slovakia. ... Michalovce District in the Kosice Region Drahňov is a village and municipality in Michalovce District in the Kosice Region of eastern Slovakia. ... Michalovce District (okres Michalovce) is a district in the KoÅ¡ice Region of western Slovakia. ...

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Online Encyclopedia and Dictionary - Humenne (868 words)
It lies at the volcanic Vihorlat mountains and at the cofluence of the Laborec and Cirocha rivers.
Humenne is a centre of the easternmost district ("okres") in Slovakia.
The Laborec river and the Carpathian mountains predetermined the development of the city and its sorroundings, a silent witness of which has been Vihorlat volcano, the 1075 m high highest peak of the Vihorlat mountains.
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