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Beskydy are the largest mountains in West Carpathians in Czech Republic area. Javorníky Mountains and White Carpathians tied together to Beskydy at south. Slovak border goes through their main ridge.
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The Beskydy Mountains have been declared as protected nature area in the year 1973. The highest peak of Beskids in Czech republic is Lysa hora (1324m a.s.l.). Other significant peaks of Beskydy Mountains are legendary Radhost (1129m a.s.l.) with a statue of pagan god Radegast, Knehyne (1257m a.s.l.) or Smrk (1276m a.s.l.). There are numerous recreational facilities, hotels and cottages in the Beskydy Mounatains area. Javorniky Mountains are situated on the border between Czech Republic and Slovakia. The highest peak of Javorniky Mts. is Velky Javornik (1071m a.s.l.). The larger part of Javorníky Mountains is located on the Slovak side. Most attractive tourist places are for example Bumbalka or Kohutka - Portas. White Carpathians, the next border mountains, follows the Javorniky on the south. Specific conditions of life and the remoteness of many settlements in the White Carpathians led to the preservation of rich folklore traditions.
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