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Mont Agel

Mont Agel is a mountain on the border between France and Monaco. The summit of this mount, at 1.148 metres above sea level, is on the French side, but the highest point of Monaco, lying on a pathway named Chemin des Revoires, is on its slopes, at an altitude of 161 metres.

Baeturia, Spain

Baeturia, Beturia, or Turdetania was a region in the southern part of the Iberian Peninsula between the Guadiana and the Guadalquivir rivers. In the Iron Age, it was inhabited by Celts and the Turdetani. The territory was conquered by the Roman Empire in the 2nd century BCE.

Caucaland

Caucaland is a region mentioned by Roman historian Ammianus Marcellinus as Caucalandenses locus, a place where the Goths located on the left bank of the Danube withdrew after the coming of the Huns. It is identified by some modern historians as Valea Stramba River, and by Florin Constantiniu in Vrancea and Buzau Mountains. According to British philologist and lexicographer Henry Bradley, Caucaland is derived from Hauhaland, the Gothic form of the English word Highland German Hochland, and probably denotes the mountain region of Transylvania.

Central European Highlands

The Central European Highlands, in a broad sense, comprise the high mountains of the Alpine Mountains and the Carpathian Mountains systems along with mountainous ranges of medium elevation, e.g. those belonging to the Bohemian Massif, still prevailingly of mountainous character. Both types of mountains act as ”water towers”. Their high elevation brings about high precipitation and low evaporation, and the resulting surplus of water balance feeds large European rivers and other important water sources. Beside the mountains, large areas of Central Europe are occupied by highlands or peneplai ...

Chemin des Revoires

The highest point in Monaco, at 162 metres 528 feet above sea level, is situated on this pathway, on the slopes of Mont Agel, a mountain whose summit is situated on the French side. A proportion of the Principalitys territory is very steep, being geographically part of the Alps which extend to the Mediterranean Sea.

Danubia

Danubia refers to a loosely defined region that roughly coincides with the Danube river basin in Central and Eastern Europe. It stretches from the Black Forest of Germany in the west to the Black Sea in the east, covering parts of twenty countries.

                                     

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