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In Prague topographic map the Czech Republic has an area of 78,864 km². The country has a relatively rugged and high relief: most of the territory, which culminates at 1,490 m at Praded in the Sudetenland to the northeast, has an altitude of more than 500 m and the country is surrounded by a series of mountains of Hercynian origin in Prague topographic map.

Prague elevation map

Map of Prague elevation

The Prague topographic map shows elevation, hills and landforms in Prague. This elevation map of Prague will allow you to know topography, river and relief of Prague in Czechia. The Prague topographic map is downloadable in PDF, printable and free.

In Prague elevation map the country is landlocked in Central Europe, bordered in the North-East by Poland, in the West and North-West by Germany, by Austria in the South and Slovakia in the East. Covering an area of 78866 km², the country has an alternation of landscapes and reliefs, between basins, rivers and mountain ranges as it shows Prague elevation map.

In Prague elevation map the Czech Republic has a certain geographical variety.In Prague elevation map and to the west, Bohemia is a hilly basin, bordered by the Sudetenland and the Giant Mountains, whose highest peak is Mount Snezka (1602 m). The two main rivers in the region are the Labe (Elba) and the Vltava (Moldau).

In Prague elevation map the Czech Republic is a hilly country, almost entirely surrounded by mountain elevation ranges. These mark the historical borders of the Bohemian kingdom, the most important of which are: the Metal Mountains (Krušné hory) in the northwest; the Jeseníky and Krkonoše Mountains in the north, where the highest elevation point of the country is located.