Haná is an ethnic region in central Moravia in the Czech Republic, roughly encircled by the cities of Zábřeh, Holešov, Vyškov and Uničov, the main parts of which are located in the lowlands of the Morava River and the Haná River. Haná is primarily known for its agricultural productivity, costumes, and traditional customs. Hanáčtina is the customary name of the Czech dialect spoken in the region, and is more precisely classified as part of the Central Moravian dialect group. This traditional dialect has been preserved and continued even in printed publications from the region. Folk music from Haná is recognized locally by its utilization of lyrics in Hanáčtina.