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Central Váh region (Stredné Považie) and Lower Váh region (Dolné Považie) are tourist regions in Western Slovakia. Together with Upper Považie, the whole region is situated around the Váh river.



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  • 1 Beckov castle ruins. Beckov Castle (Q1010951) on Wikidata Beckov_Castle on Wikipedia
  • 2 Kostolec hill archaeological site (Near Ducové). First settlements of this area are 24000 year old, but the most important role of the place was during Grand Moravia. Ducové#Great_Moravian_Court on Wikipedia
  • 3 Leopoldov prison. 17th century star-shaped fortress, nowadays a high-security prison. Although it was voted to be closed town by parliament, it didn't happen yet. The building is thus not publicly accessible. Leopoldov Prison (Q784135) on Wikidata Leopoldov_Prison on Wikipedia
  • 4 Smolenice Castle. A castle in the eastern slope of the Little Carpathians. Smolenice Castle (Q2034304) on Wikidata Smolenice_Castle on Wikipedia
  • 5 Tematín castle ruins. Tematín (Q3488750) on Wikidata Tematín on Wikipedia


  • 1 Považský Inovec. A mountain range near Trenčín and other cities, separating Váh and Nitra river basins. Považský Inovec (Q595178) on Wikidata Považský_Inovec on Wikipedia
  • 2 White Carpathians. The mountain continues into Czech Republic White Carpathians (Q1338173) on Wikidata White Carpathians on Wikipedia



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