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Nevertheless, Tuzla is still waiting for the Tourist Board of the FBiH to recognize the value of the Pannonian Lakes complex.
Croatia has highly heterogeneous topography stretching from the Pannonian plain, over the Dinaric Alps to the Adriatic Coast, and extending from Slovenia to Montenegro (Figure 1).
Tath, "Conclusions reached from environmental effects of historical earthquakes occurred in the Pannonian Basin," in Proceedings of the 26th General Assembly of the International Union of Geodesy and Geophysics, vol.
The study area located in Timis-Bega area, in Banat Plain, part of the Pannonian Basin, West Romania (Figure 1), consists of 13 rural localities grouped in 5 territorial structures and covers 455 [km.sup.2] with 13800 inhabitants.
Similarly, in his explanation of the cause of the Pannonian mutiny,
Slovenia is also the only European country which connects the Alps, the Mediterranean and the Pannonian Plain, and our jaunt to the coast highlights that this little country really is a land of vast geographical contrasts.
Book 30 of the Res Gestae is the fifth book about the reigns of the Pannonian Emperor Valentinian I and Valens.
A southern Central European country between the Pannonian Plain and the Mediterranean Sea, Croatia is bordered to the north by Slovenia and Hungary, to the northeast by Serbia, to the east by Bosnia and Herzegovina, and to the far southeast by Montenegro.
This basin morphologically represents north-eastern promontory of Pannonian Basins System.
Geological formations in which was carved out the upper valley of Gersa River are represented by metamorphic rocks mesoproterozoic age, belonging to the Bretila series in Barlea massif, sedimentary rocks of eocene, oligocene and miocene epoch (limestone, conglomerates, sandstone, clays), which is contained in the Dealul Megiani, Dealul Taului, and the periphery of Barlea and Basca massifs, and igneous intrusive rocks, pannonian ages (micro granodiorites) that are present in the Basca Massif (Figure 4).
DIAGNOSIS: Xerophilous rocky grasslands on calcareous substrates of the northern fringes of the Pannonian Basin (Southern Moravia, Southern Slovakia, Eastern Austria, Northern Hungary) and the Ukrainian Podolya (Eastern ukraine).