On a small scale level, the Carpathians appear as a uniform mountain range. On a closer look, however, the 'System Carpathians' shows an enourmous diversity and an extraordinary wealth at various levels.The aim of this thesis is to figure out this versatility based on three case examples. For this purpose, the total region remains in focus and by comparing the three selected areas, the overall character of the Carpathian arc as an extremely diverse mountain region will be explored.To begin with, the formulated research questions will be answered in order to comply with the target of deriving the agricultural diversity of the Carpathians on the one hand and describing it on the other hand. The methodology of 'Comparative regional studies by means of describing and contrasting the examined geofactors of the selected case examples will be applied. Thereby, the aspect of usefulness shall be especially focused on, which will be undermined visually by a photo documentation portraying the results of the field research.The present work is thus the result of extensive literary study with descriptive character, illustrated by the field research in all three areas of investigation.By means of the comparative analysis of all three areas, the agricultural geodiversity (diversity at the level of geofactors) of the total area of the Carpathians will ultimately be derived by interpreting the drawn results and common characteristics respectively controversial geoelements will be set forth. In the sense of the integrative character of the topic, a conclusion as well as an outlook on subsequent questions will be given in the final chapter.