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K?odzko Valley

The K?odzko Valley (Polish: Kotlina K?odzka, Czech: Kladská kotlina, German: Glatzer Kessel) is a cirque of the Sudetes mountain range that covers the central part of K?odzko County in south-western Poland, with the southern tip extending to the Czech Republic around the town of Králíky.[1] The chief and largest town in the valley is K?odzko.

It is traversed by the upper Nysa K?odzka river running from south to north and surrounded by the Table Mountains, Bardzkie Mountains and Bystrzyckie Mountains of the Central Sudetes in the west[2] as well as by the ?nie?nik Mountains, Golden Mountains and Owl Mountains of the Eastern Sudetes in the east. The mountain passes of Kudowa/B?loves in the west and of Mi?dzylesie/Lichkov in the south connect to Czech areas around Náchod and Králíky respectively. Flowing through the valley, Nysa K?odzka is joined by Bia?a L?decka, Bystrzyca Dusznicka and ?cinawka rivers, and then exits it in the northeast through the Bardzkie Mountains to Bardo in Lower Silesia.[3]

In ancient times, the Amber Road led through the K?odzko Valley.

The valley is part of the K?odzko Land region, which is a tourist destination both in summer and winter, with numerous hotels, sanatoria and many mountain trails.[2]

See also

Coordinates: 50°15?N 16°40?E / 50.250°N 16.667°E / 50.250; 16.667References

  1. ^ "Kladská kotlina". Geomorfologická ?eskoslovenská (in Czech). Retrieved .
  2. ^ a b "Kladská kotlina". www.polsko.travel (in Czech). Retrieved .
  3. ^ Divecký, Jan (2020). Uli?níci. Jan Divecký. ISBN 978-80-270-7693-2.

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