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Eastern Europe Peaks with 600 m of Prominence

Poland, Czech Republic, Slovakia, and Hungary

RankPeak Prom-Ft Country Elev-Ft Range (Level 3)Isol-Mi
1.Gerlachovský štít7723Slovakia8707Carpathian Mountains317.0
2.Sněžka3944Czech Republic/Poland5256Bohemian Ranges180.5
3.Ďumbier3750Slovakia6703Carpathian Mountains17.0
4.Babia Góra3513Poland/Slovakia5659Carpathian Mountains25.5
5.Praděd3222Czech Republic4892Bohemian Ranges79.8
6.Vel'ký Kriváň3143Slovakia5607Carpathian Mountains24.5
7.Vel'ká lúka2943Slovakia4843Carpathian Mountains9.4
8.Vel'ký Choč2595Slovakia5285Carpathian Mountains11.8
9.Lysá hora2553Czech Republic4357Carpathian Mountains33.8
10.Kékes2540Hungary3327Carpathian Mountains51.2
11.Šimonka2500Slovakia3583Carpathian Mountains25.3
12.Kral'ová hol'a2481Slovakia6385Carpathian Mountains18.6
13.Pilsko2467Slovakia5108Carpathian Mountains10.0
14.Klínovec2460Czech Republic4081Bohemian Ranges89.0
15.Vtáčnik2415Slovakia4416Carpathian Mountains26.8
16.Pol'ana2401Slovakia4783Carpathian Mountains19.0
17.Istállós-kő2339Hungary3146Carpathian Mountains23.9
18.Csóványos2329Hungary3077Carpathian Mountains31.5
19.Vihorlat2316Slovakia3530Carpathian Mountains24.4
20.Inovec2271Slovakia3419Carpathian Mountains22.9
21.Ostredok2205Slovakia5223Carpathian Mountains11.4
22.Králický Sněžník2179Czech Republic/Poland4672Bohemian Ranges19.0
23.Milešovka2034Czech Republic2746Bohemian Ranges16.0
24.Vetrová skala2018Slovakia3363Carpathian Mountains13.8
25.Javorie2014Slovakia3425Carpathian Mountains16.2
26.Pilis2002Hungary2484Carpathian Mountains18.4
27.Turbacz1985Poland4314Carpathian Mountains20.1
28.Čierna hora1982Slovakia4229Carpathian Mountains15.8

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