Moldavian Plateau

The Moldavian Plateau (Romanian: Podişul Moldovei) or Pokutian-Bessarabian Upland is a geographic area spanning northeast Romania, most of Moldova (except the south), and most of the Chernivtsi Oblast of Ukraine.

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Dniester Hills
... Dniester Hills are the N and NE component of the Moldavian Plateau ... in turn bounds Dniester Hills to the N and E, and separates them from the Podolian Plateau ... Dniester Hills are separated from the rest of the Moldavian Plateau (Suceava Plateau, Jijia Plain, Bălţi steppe, Central Moldavian Plateau) by the passages formed in the ...
Moldavian Plateau - Animals
... Characteristic of the plateau are mammals such as goats, wild boars, wolves, foxes, European wildcats, lynxes, badgers, and hares ...
Moldavian Plain
... Moldavian Plain (Romanian Câmpia Moldovei) is a geographic area in the north west of Moldova and north east of Romania, one of the six compenents of the Moldavian ... Despite the name, Moldavian Plain is not flat, but a region dotted with hills, part of the Moldavian Plateau ... Moldavian Plain is situate in the center-north part of the Moldavian Plateau ...