Klonowskie Range

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Location
50°57'17"N
020°45'00"E
Country
 Poland
Categories
  • Uncathegorised
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The Klonowskie Range (Polish: Pasmo Klonowskie) is a range in Poland stretching from the valley Zagnańska Bobrza in the west, to the east around Bodzentyn within the Świętokrzyskie Mountains. It is constructed mainly of Devonian sandstone and quartzite and is almost entirely covered with fir and beech forest.

The main peaks

Barcza - 465 m above sea-level Czosnek - 429 m Bukowa Góra - 484 m Psarska Gora - 415 m Miejska Góra - 426 m Góra Chełm - 399 m
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