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Bucegi Mountains

Bucegi Mountains stretch from the eastern edge of the Southern Carpathians along the upper Prahova Valley, having the appearance of a natural fortress with the precinct suspended at 1600 - 2500 m, bordered by steep and imposing slopes proudly watching…

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Piatra Craiului Mountains

Piatra Craiului, or just Crai, is a limestone mountain range to the southwest of the Eastern Carpathians, being part of the Southern Carpathians, located in their northeastern part. The geology and geomorphology of the massif differs from that of the…

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The Rodna Mountains

The Rodna Mountains are part of the northern section of the Eastern Carpathians, with a maximum height of 2,303 meters, Pietrosul Rodnei Peak, being the highest and most difficult to cross of all the massifs in the Eastern Carpathians. The…

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The Ciucas Mountains

The Ciucas Massif is part of the Curvature Carpathians, in the Eastern Carpathians. It is located east of the upper streams of Teleajen and Tarlung rivers. It is bordered by Tataru and Siriu mountains to the southeast and east, Intorsura…

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The Postavaru, Piatra Mare and Baiului Mountains

Postavaru Massif is part of the Curvature Carpathians, forming the Barsa Mountains together with the neighbouring Piatra Mare Massif. It is located between the Intra-Carpathian Brasov Depression, rising 1,200 m above it, and the steep northern slope of the Bucegi…

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The Retezat Mountains

Retezat Mountains are part of the Southern Carpathians, the Retezat-Godeanu mountain group. They rise between two major depressions, Petrosani and Hateg, and between two major rivers, Raul Mare River to the north and west and Jiu de Vest River to…

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The Fagaras Mountains

The Fagaras Mountains are a mountain range in the Southern Carpathians with the highest peak in Romania, Moldoveanu Peak 2,544 meters. From east to west, the Fagaras are 70 km long and from north to south, about 45 km long.…

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The Maramuresului Mountains

The Maramures Mountains (also known as the Woody Carpathians, name that has lately been mistakenly attributed only to the northern part of the mountains) are a mountain group of the Maramures and Bucovina Carpathians, which belong to the Eastern Carpathians.…

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Ceahlau Massif

Ceahlau is the most famous and most impressive massif in the central part of the Eastern Carpathians, one of the few Carpathian landscapes still retaining some of their unspoiled nature. Ceahlau is the loftiest massif in the Eastern Carpathians, as…

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The Trascau Mountains

The Trascau Mountains are part of the Apuseni Mountains, which belong to the Western Carpathians. The highest peak is Dambau (1,369 m). The mountains rise between Ampoi Valley to the south and Raci or Tureni Valley to the north, their…

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The Gilaului - Muntele Mare Mountains

Gilaului Mountains are part of the Apuseni Mountains in the Western Romanian Carpathians. They are the most extensive mountains in Cluj County, spreading between Huedin Depression and Capus Corridor to the north, Vladeasa Mountains to the west, Batrana Mountains to…

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The Parang Mountains

Parang Mountains are located between the Jiu Valley to the west and Oltet and Lotru rivers to the east. To the north, they are bordered by the Sureanu Mountains and to the south by the East Jiu Valley, through Novaci…

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