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The Prešov Region, also Priashiv Region is one of the eight Slovak administrative regions and consists of 13 districts (okresy) and 666 municipalities, from which 23 have a town status. The region was established in 1996 and is the most populous of all the regions in the country. Its administrative center is the city of Prešov.
The Dukla Pass is a strategically significant mountain pass in the Laborec Highlands of the Outer Eastern Carpathians, on the border between Poland and Slovakia (Lemkivshchyna) and close to the western border of Ukraine.
Michalovce is a town on the Laborec river in eastern Slovakia. Originally named after the Archangel St Michael, it is the second-largest city in the Košice Region and the seat of the Michalovce District.
Medzilaborce is a town in northeastern Slovakia close to the border with Poland, located near the towns of Sanok and Bukowsko. Its population is approximately 6,500.
The East(ern) Slovak Flat, also translated as Eastern Slovak Plain, is the lower, flat part of the Eastern Slovak Lowland.
Strážske is a small town and municipality in Michalovce District in the Kosice Region of eastern Slovakia. It is located in the most northern part of Michalovce District.
The Laborec is a river in eastern Slovakia that flows through the districts of Medzilaborce, Humenne, and Michalovce in the Košice Region, and the Prešov Region. The river drains the Laborec Highlands.
Vyšný Hrušov is a village and municipality in Humenné District in the Prešov Region of north-east Slovakia, on the southern edge of the Laborec Highlands.
Radvaň nad Laborcom is a village and municipality in the Medzilaborce District in the Prešov Region of far north-eastern Slovakia, in the Laborec Highlands.
Volica is a village and municipality in the Medzilaborce District in the Prešov Region of far north-eastern Slovakia, in the Laborec Highlands.
Vyšný Komárnik is a village and municipality in Svidník District in the Prešov Region of north-eastern Slovakia, in the Laborec Highlands.
Zemplínska šírava (sometimes called the "Slovak sea". is a dam and lake in eastern Slovakia, near the town of Michalovce, wholly belonging to the Michalovce District. The name recalls the historical Zemplín region. The dam was built in 1961–1965, covers an area of 33 km2, has an average depth of 9.5 m, with a maximum depth of 14 m. Water from the dam flows into the Laborec river, which in turn flows into the Bodrog river. The area is primarily used for recreation. It also supplies cooling water for the Vojany Power Station.
Latorica Protected Landscape Area is the second lowland protected landscape area in Slovakia. It is located in the south-eastern Slovakia, in the Trebišov and Michalovce districts.
The Bukovec Mountains is a flysch mountain range in north-eastern Slovakia, part of the Eastern Beskids of the Outer Eastern Carpathians.
Cirocha is a 56.6 km long river and tributary of Laborec in the Prešov Region of eastern Slovakia. Its watershed basin area is around 499 km², and the average flow is 2.85 m³/s in Snina.
The Laborec Highlands is a mountain range in northeastern Slovakia, part of the Lower Beskids of the Outer Eastern Carpathians.
Laborec was an alleged White Croat ruler in the 9th century, who was a vassal of Great Moravia. He is mentioned in Gesta Hungarorum by Bele Regis Notarius. At the time of the Hungarian conquest of the Carpathian Basin around 896, Laborec opposed the conquest of Carpathian Ruthenia by Hungarian tribes led by Árpád, according to the Gesta Hungarorum.
Biała is a river in eastern central Poland, a right tributary of the Dunajec, which it meets in the town of Tarnów. Arising in the Laborec Highlands of Slovakia, the river flows through the Polish towns of:
Lackovce is a village and municipality in Slovakia.