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The Sava Hills (Slovene: Posavsko hribovje) are the eastern part of the Slovene Prealps. They are oriented in the east-west direction and are located to the north and south of the Sava River in central and eastern Slovenia, among the Ljubljana Basin to the west, the to the north, the and the to the south, and the to the east. They cover an area of 1,909 square kilometres (737 sq mi) and are the largest Slovenian mesoregion.

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  • Prealpes Eslovenos orientales
  • Sava Hills
  • Prealpi Slovene orientali
  • Pré-Alpes Eslovenos orientais
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  • Los Prealpes Eslovenos orientales (en esloveno, Vzhodne Slovenske Predalpe) son una subsección​ perteneciente a los Prealpes Eslovenos. Se encuentran en Eslovenia al este de Liubliana. Está dividido por el curso del río Sava. Toman también el nombre de Montes de Posavje, en esloveno Posavsko hribovje. Los Posavje son una zona histórica de Eslovenia al este de , tal zona llega casi al límite con Croacia.
  • Le Prealpi Slovene orientali (in sloveno Vzhodne Slovenske Predalpe - dette anche Monti di Posavje - in sloveno Posavsko hribovje) sono una parte delle Prealpi Slovene.
  • Os Pré-Alpes Eslovenos orientais (em italiano: Prealpi Slovene orientali e em eslovaco: Vzhodne Slovenske Predalpe), são uma cordilheira dos Alpes que se encontram na Eslovénia. O ponto mais alto é o Monte Kum com 1.220 m.
  • The Sava Hills (Slovene: Posavsko hribovje) are the eastern part of the Slovene Prealps. They are oriented in the east-west direction and are located to the north and south of the Sava River in central and eastern Slovenia, among the Ljubljana Basin to the west, the to the north, the and the to the south, and the to the east. They cover an area of 1,909 square kilometres (737 sq mi) and are the largest Slovenian mesoregion.
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  • Los Prealpes Eslovenos orientales (en esloveno, Vzhodne Slovenske Predalpe) son una subsección​ perteneciente a los Prealpes Eslovenos. Se encuentran en Eslovenia al este de Liubliana. Está dividido por el curso del río Sava. Toman también el nombre de Montes de Posavje, en esloveno Posavsko hribovje. Los Posavje son una zona histórica de Eslovenia al este de , tal zona llega casi al límite con Croacia.
  • The Sava Hills (Slovene: Posavsko hribovje) are the eastern part of the Slovene Prealps. They are oriented in the east-west direction and are located to the north and south of the Sava River in central and eastern Slovenia, among the Ljubljana Basin to the west, the to the north, the and the to the south, and the to the east. They cover an area of 1,909 square kilometres (737 sq mi) and are the largest Slovenian mesoregion. The region has an average elevation of only 484 metres (1,588 ft), and an average inclination of 16.6°. It is water-rich, because the ground contains copious impermeable rocks, particularly sandstone and conglomerate at lower elevations, whereas at higher elevations, it mainly consists of limestone and dolomite. Predominantly deciduous forest covers almost two thirds of the area. The Sava flows through its central part from the west to the east. Notable rises along it are Kum (1,220 m or 4,000 ft) to the south of the Sava, (1,204 m or 3,950 ft), (1,133 m or 3,717 ft), and (1,122 m or 3,681 ft) to the north of the Sava and to the west of the Savinja River, and (1,023 m or 3,356 ft) and Lisca (948 m or 3,110 ft) to the north of the Sava and the east of the Savinja. The Savinja flows through the hills transversely from the Celje Basin and joins the Sava at Zidani Most. About 135,000 people live in the Sava Hills. The settlements Litija in the and Trbovlje, Zagorje ob Savi, and Hrastnik in the narrow Central Sava Valley are known by their mining and timber rafting past and the energetics industry. The town of Radeče at the beginning of the wider Lower Sava Valley is known after paper industry. Other economic activities in the region are services, forestry, and livestock production. A railroad links places along the Sava and another one links places along the Savinja, both joining at Zidani Most. Since 2005, a highway crosses the northern Sava Hills and connects the Ljubljana Basin and the Celje Basin through the . A historically important old road crosses them over the Trojane Pass (585 m or 1,919 ft).
  • Le Prealpi Slovene orientali (in sloveno Vzhodne Slovenske Predalpe - dette anche Monti di Posavje - in sloveno Posavsko hribovje) sono una parte delle Prealpi Slovene.
  • Os Pré-Alpes Eslovenos orientais (em italiano: Prealpi Slovene orientali e em eslovaco: Vzhodne Slovenske Predalpe), são uma cordilheira dos Alpes que se encontram na Eslovénia. O ponto mais alto é o Monte Kum com 1.220 m.
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