This page shows the Austrian topography Carinthian Basin and its composition of landscapes. Users can use the interactive map of the topography Carinthian Basin to see one of the landscapes and further information about this landscape. Instead of the map, users can also select one of the landscapes of the topography Carinthian Basin directly in the category Landscapes. Below the map you will find detailed information about the topography Carinthian Basin. This information includes a general description of the topography, key figures and the area use of the topography.
The Carinthian Basin is the smallest topography in Austria and is located in Carinthia. The topography is divided into the landscapes of the Western and Eastern Carinthian Basin and the Lower Lavant Valley with peripheral locations. Besides the agglomerations around Klagenfurt and Villach, the Carinthian lakes such as Lake Wörthersee are an essential feature of the Carinthian Basin.