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(east Serbia, west Bulgaria, morpho-tectonic structures, correlation, synonyms)
the presentpaper is to correlate the major morpho-tectonic unitsestablished in Serbia and in Bulgaria across the comTrans-border (east Serbia/west Bulgaria) correlationof the morpho-tectonic structuresPLATON TCHOUMATCHENCO1

11000Belgrade, Serbia. E-mails: rabrenovic@verat.net; malesevic.nesa@gmail.com3 Department of Palaeontology, Faculty of Mining and Geology, University of Belgrade, Kamenička 6, P. O. Box 162,11000 Belgrade, Serbia. E-maisl:

theTectonic Framework of the Carpatho-Balkanides ofeastern Serbia of ANDJELKOVIĆ (1996; fig. 2) wasemployed. Despite the fact that his sketch map coversonly eastern Serbia, we went beyond its regional valueand furthermore it has



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(jurassic, north-eastern Serbia, north-western Bulgaria, correlations, lithostratigraphic units)
near D. Milanovac and Novo Korito (Serbia) and in their prolongation in NW Bulgariainto the Gornobelotintsi palaeograben. Very important are the correlation in the region of Vrška Čuka (Serbia)and Vrashka Chuka (Bulgaria) – Rabisha

11000Belgrade, Serbia. E-mails: rabrenovic@verat.net; malesevic.nesa@gmail.com3 Department of Palaeontology, Faculty of Mining and Geology, University of Belgrade, Kamenička 6, P. O. Box 162,11000 Belgrade, Serbia. E-mail: vrad@eunet

eastern Serbia and western Bulgaria enterthe following large palaeogeographic units (TCHOUMATCHENCO et al. 2006a, 2008) (from west to east): theGetic (Dragoman Jurassic Pale horst in Bulgaria andKarpatikum in Serbia), divided