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The Pannonian Plain is a large plain in Central Europe that remained when the Pliocene Pannonian Sea dried out. It is a geomorphological subsystem of the Alps-Himalaya system.

The river Danube divides the plain roughly in half.

The plain is divided among Austria, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, the Czech Republic, Hungary, Romania, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia and Ukraine.

The plain is roughly bounded by the Carpathian mountains, the Alps, the Dinaric Alps and the Balkan mountains.
Although rain is not plentiful, it usually falls when necessary and the plain is a major agricultural area; it is sometimes said that these fields of rich loamy loess soil could feed the whole of Europe. For its early settlers, the plain offered few sources of metals or stone. Thus when archaeologists come upon objects of obsidian or chert, copper or gold, they have almost unparalleled opportunities to interpret ancient pathways of trade.

The precursor to the present plain was a shallow sea that reached its greatest extent during the Pliocene, when three to four kilometres of sediments were deposited.

The plain was named after the Pannonians, a northern Illyrian tribe. Various different peoples inhabited the plain during its history. In the first century BC, the eastern parts of the plain belonged to the Dacian state, and in the first century AD its western parts were subsumed into the Roman Empire. The Roman province named Pannonia was established in the area, and the city of Sirmium, today Sremska Mitrovica, Serbia, became one of the four capital cities of the Roman Empire in the 3rd century.


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  1. Photoonics 51 months ago | reply

    I love the mood in this photo. Well done!

  2. Nevena Uzurov 50 months ago | reply

    Outstanding shot..


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  3. vukpiper.com 47 months ago | reply

    i can almost cry on how good this one is! Sve najbolje.

  4. ZoeTaylor 47 months ago | reply

    This is gorgeous!

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  6. Hector Lopez-Berges 46 months ago | reply

    It´s so beautiful....

  7. photog_gordon 44 months ago | reply

    There's just something about the dark skies and the faithful greens that make this so wonderful!

  8. Photo--Graphy [deleted] 37 months ago | reply

    AWESOME ! love it !!!

  9. RPM-Photo 35 months ago | reply

    Wonderful image. Very nice!

  10. pierre hanquin 35 months ago | reply

    I didn't know this one; absolutely fantastic

  11. Colskier1 29 months ago | reply

    Wonderful comp.

  12. noprayer4dying 27 months ago | reply

    you wrote about your gear that you used, but one interesting part you missed to wrote about :P
    yah it is polarizer, you are a deity of using this simple element that make landscape visually more interesting !

    Found in a search. (?)

  13. idlethoughts 20 months ago | reply

    Magnificent composition....Bravo.

  14. charbar2009 5 months ago | reply

    Absolutely stunning! The green of the field and the blue sky compliment each other perfectly!

  15. jonathan charles photo 5 months ago | reply

    Brilliant technique and composition!

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