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Moldavian Plateau Topography Bukovinian Subcarpathians Moldavian Subcarpathians Suceava Plateau Dniester Hills Moldavian Plain Bârlad Plateau Central Moldavian Plateau Bugeac Plain Hydrography Danube Siret (Moldova, Suceava) Prut Dniester (Răut) Black Sea Climate Romania Moldova Flora & Fauna Flora of Romania Flora of Moldova List of mammals in Romania List of mammals in Moldova Protected areas in Romania Protected areas in Moldova The Central Moldavian Plateau (Romanian: Podişul Moldovei Centrale), or Codru Massif (Romanian: Masivul Codru) is a geographic area in Moldova. It is the central and SE part of the Moldavian Plateau. It has elevations that in the N-S direction decrease in altitude from 400 m to under 200 m. The Central Moldavian Plateau is composed of: Ciuluc-Soloneţ Hills (Romanian: Dealurile Ciuluc-Soloneţ), alongated in the north along the right side of the Răut river, 1,690 km² Corneşti Hills (Romanian: Dealurile Corneştilor), also known as Cordi Hills (Romanian: Dealurile Codrilor), 4,740 km² Lower Dniester Hills, or South Bessarabia Plateau (Romanian: Dealurile Nistrului Inferior; Podişul Basarabiei de Sud), alongated to the south of the Botna river, 3,040 km² Tigheci Hills (Romanian: Dealurile Tigheciului), alongated in the south along the left side of the Prut river, 3,550 km² between the latter and the Prut river lies the Lower Prut Valley (Romanian: Valea Prutului Inferior), 1,810 km² The natural vegetation of the Central Moldavian Plateau is characterized by forests, known as Codru (singular) or Codri (plural). It is also an area proper for vineyards. Bibliography Concept of National Ecological Network of the Republic of Moldova