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But something about the rolling farmland evoked the Carpathian foothills of his boyhood.
Beyond the Carpathian foothills and tablelands, the plains spread south and west.
Bączal lies in the microregion mountain Liwocz the Carpathian Foothills.
The town lies in an attractive little valley in the Carpathian foothills and is easily reached from L'viv by bus or train.
Carpathian foothills region units were highly successful, liberating Nowy Sącz and many other towns.
Tarnów lies at the Carpathian foothills, on the Dunajec and the Biała rivers.
Baran therefore placed Slavic cultural origins in the Carpathian foothills of Podolia.
Tyczyn is located in the lower Carpathian foothills, about half way between the two large towns of Kraków to the west and Lviv to the east.
His native area, bordering on heavily forested areas, was in the Eastern Carpathian foothills, and included into what was then the principality of Moldavia.
Dąbrowa lies on the Bren river, on the boundary of two geographic regions, the Carpathian Foothills and the Sandomierz Basin.
Full military occupation of the plain between the Carpathian foothills and the Danube may already have occurred by the end of Trajan's first Dacian War (101/102).
The subtlety and detail of the cartoon-style frescoes, depicting popular biblical stories, contain realistic portrayals of human figures, using backdrops that appear to resemble the nearby Carpathian foothills.
Numerous tribes of this community occupied vast territories in Eastern Europe, from the southern Urals to the Carpathian foothills, adjacent to the middle Danube steppe in Pannonia.
These are predominantly found on the plains, rarely on the Carpathian foothills (i.e. East of the Siret), either singly or in small groups of 2-13 graves, including men, women and children.
In Romania, it is present in the Apuseni Mountains and in the Carpathian foothills to the southwest, overlapping slightly with the distribution of the noble crayfish Astacus astacus.
It has awakened memories among Romanian-Americans of the ethnic tensions that beset the country from the Carpathian foothills to the Moldavian plains and that spurred waves of immigration over the last century.
He was a handsome, absurdly brave sergeant in the British Army, a Jew from the Carpathian foothills of Ruthenia (then part of Czechoslovakia) whose family had been all but wiped out in the Holocaust.
Its main task was to delay advancing German troops and withdraw eastwards along the northern line of the Carpathians and defend the heavily industrialized Upper Silesia region, together with western counties of Lesser Poland and the Carpathian foothills.
Czernowitz, on the upper Prut River in the Carpathian foothills, was at that time in the Austrian Empire but after World War I it was in Romania, then after 1944 it became Chernovtsy, Ukraine.
He wrote thirty emails to various people he knew, and began to get answers: How gunpowder was made, how to make a match, where deposits of the necessary minerals were known to have been located in the Carpathian foothills, or how they could be extracted from plants or what substitutes might do almost as well.
During the Fear Itself storyline, Dracula is informed of the arrival of Hulk (in the form of Nul: Breaker of Worlds) by one of his followers when Nul lands in the Carpathian Foothills following his fight with Thor and ends up taking down some vampires.