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noun

a mountain pass between the Sudeten Mountains and the Tatra range of the Carpathians, leading from S Poland into N Moravia in the NE Czech Republic.

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Moravian Gate

noun

a low mountain pass linking S Poland and Moravia (the Czech Republic), between the SE Sudeten Mountains and the W Carpathian Mountains
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