|Central Europe is the core and heart of the European continent and marks the end of Western Europe and the beginning of Eastern Europe. This section of Europe stretches from the Baltic Sea in the north to the southeastern nations that border the south of the region. The terrain is comprised of a relatively low-lying plateau with the exception of the mighty Carpathian mountain range and the Slovak Ores in the central south. Other natural features include the Wisla Wyszogrod, Danube and Vltava rivers. The Great Hungarian plain in the south is subject to considerable seasonal flooding. |
Central Europe is made up of the following countries, the Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland and Slovak Republic. The economy of Central Europe is heavily industrialized and is represented largely by car manufacturing, engineering, chemicals and food processing. The transport network consists of 44,249 km of railways and 344,600 km of highways.
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