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Teplá Highlands 

Teplá HighlandsTepelská Vrchovina (Teplá Highlands) are a geomorphologic area in the Czech Republic located to the south of the Karlovarská vrchovina (Carlsbad Highland), with the highest point Podhorní vrch rising to 847 above the sea level; and an area of 682 km2. With a faulted relief, it gradually descends to the southeast and beds on a crystalline complex of the Teplá-Žlutice composite anticline zone with metabasites, granitoids, and neovulcanites. The Teplá Highlands are divided into the Toužimská plošina (Toužim Plateau), Bezdružická vrchovina (Bezdružice Highlands) and Žlutická vrchovina (Žlutice Highlands).