4. Analyze flatlands:
The Eastern part of Austria is mainly flat, with an absolute minimal height of 120m east of Lake Neusiedl in Burgenland. It is segmented by the eastern foothills of the Alps which belong to crystalline and limestone formations as well, but generally do not exceed heights of 500-1500m.
Some parts of the Danube valley are also smaller flat areas, like Tullner Feld or Marchfeld.
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