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The Myjava Hills (Slovak: Myjavská pahorkatina) is an area of hills in western Slovakia, rugged highlands along the Myjava River composed of Carpathian flysch. Geologically it is one range of the Slovak-Moravian Carpathians of the Outer Western Carpathians.
The highest peak is Bradlo (543 meters above sea level), site of a monument to General Milan Rastislav Štefánik designed by Slovak architect Dušan Jurkovič. Three towns stand within the borders of the Myjava Hills: Myjava, Stará Turá, and Brezová pod Bradlom.