Bes·kids (bĕsʹkĭdz', bĕs-kēdzʹ)
A mountain range of the western Carpathians extending about 322 km (200 mi) along the Polish-Slovak border and rising to 1,726 m (5,659 ft) at Babia Góra. The range is divided into the East Beskids and the West Beskids.

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