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Pilis Mountains

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Pilis Mountains

Location of Pilis Mountains within physical subdivisions of Hungary
Pilis Mountains as seen from Dorog

The Pilis Mountains is a mountainous region in the Transdanubian Mountains.[1] Its highest peak is the Pilis with 756 meters (2,480 ft). It is a popular vacation destination in Hungary.[2][3]


  • One of its caves is called Heart Hungarian: Szív. In 2013 it was under exploration.


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