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Silesian Foothills

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Silesian Foothills

Physico-geographical regionalization of Poland, Silesian Foothills marked in red

Silesian Foothills (Polish: Pogórze Śląskie) are foothills located in Silesian Voivodeship, Poland.

It has an area of 545 km². Its western border is Olza river, eastern Skawa. Other main rivers that cut the foothills are from west to east: Vistula, Biała and Soła. To the south are Silesian Beskids and Little Beskids, in north it converts into Ostrava Basin and Oświęcim Basin. The towns located on the foothills are: Cieszyn, Skoczów, Bielsko-Biała, Kęty, Andrychów and Wadowice.

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