Little Hungarian Plain is a plain of approximately 8,000 km ²
Little Alföld and The Little Hungarian Plain is a plain of approximately 8,000 km ², a part of the Pannonian plain in eastern Austria and south-western Slovakia in northwestern Hungary. Geography are the Carpathians on the Bakony on the north. The plain is cut roughly by the Danube in half, has been an important area of agriculture since the Neolithic Age. The 1990s Slovakia built power plant and a large dam at Gabčíkovo. Country borders do follow n't closely linguistic boundaries.