Where are the Baltic Lake plains?
Geography help..trying to map eastern Europe..any help is greatly appreciated! Thanks
- 8 years agoFavorite Answer
The northern two-thirds of Poland is a vast region of plains. Its Central Lowlands are crossed from east to west by a succession of large, shallow valleys. Baltic Heights, dotted with hills and lakes, lie north of them. The narrow Coastal Plain, still further north, runs almost the whole length of the Baltic Sea’s Polish shore.
- 8 years ago
The Baltic Plain stretches across northern Poland from Germany to Russia