Tokarnia (mountain)

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Tokarnia
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Northern summit
Highest point
Elevation 778 m (2,552 ft)
Listing Mountains of Poland
Coordinates 49°27′46″N22°04′17″E / 49.46278°N 22.07139°E / 49.46278; 22.07139
Naming
English translationtokować, meaning birds breeding dances hill
Language of name lechitic dialect
Geography
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Tokarnia
Location in Poland
Location Podkarpacie, Poland
Parent range Bukowica Range
Climbing
Easiest route Hike

Tokarnia is a peak in the Bukowica Range (part of the Pogórze Bukowskie ) in southern Poland. Its height is 778 metres (2,552 ft). The southern part is a steep rocky wall, while the other side consists of less steep rocky fields. The Bukowica Range separates the western Low Beskids from the eastern Pogórze Bukowskie.

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