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Slawonien

Slavonia (also Slavonia, Croatian Slavonia, Latin Slavonia) is a historical region in eastern Croatia, and is considered the breadbasket. It extends east to west about 150 km between southern Hungary and Bosnia.
Much of the surface layers on the Slavonia take between the major Danube tributaries, the Sava and Drava. In the east it extends to the Danube and the Serbian border.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Slavonia

Slavonia is in the north, south and east from the plains of the Pannonian Basin, in the west and the center is an isolated Mountain extends to the summits Papuk (953 m), Dilj (461 m) and Psunj (984 m). The region extends east-west direction between the Drava River (northern border with Hungary) and Save (southern border with Bosnia-Herzegovina) and extends to the east to the Danube River, the border with Serbia. The western border of Slavonia is not geographically clearly defined.

Slawonien

Famous specialties Slavonia the Kulen (a spicy sausage) and the white wines of Kutjevo Ilok and Đakovo.

In the Nature Park Kopacki rit are meadows and oak forests. It is also known Slavonian oak, which is exported worldwide.
The vast plains, the floodplain of the Sava and the wooded slopes of Papuk and Bilogora provide habitat for high-and small game hunting, and are visited by many tourists.