Carpathian Mountains

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a mountain range in central Europe that extends from Slovakia and southern Poland southeastward through western Ukraine to northeastern Romania

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The Carpathian mountain girl took on the features of St.
The Austrians had suffered some setbacks and looked to their German allies to help them stabilize the front near the Carpathian Mountains.
Traditional rural life is evident in much of the country, especially in Transylvania and Maramures, with the Carpathian Mountains one of Europe's true remaining wildernesses.
Gaby and Dorina are two sisters from the Carpathian Mountains in Romania who feel very much at home in the Welsh hills, and they along with Paul, who fell in love with Snowdonia on a family holiday back in 1976, run the cafe, with Gaby in charge of the menus and the cooking.
The International Olympic Committee examined the documents Ukraine provided on the Carpathian Mountains as a hosting location for the upcoming XXIV Olympic Winter Games in 2022.
Trek through the Carpathian mountains exploring medieval Transylvania as part of the next Gulf 4 Good charity adventure.
CLINTON - Ancient Ukrainians in the Carpathian Mountains believed that the fate of the world depended on the number of pysanky, decorated eggs that were made each spring.
In Romania, where temperature as low as -27 were recorded in the Carpathian mountains, the government urged municipalities to keep shelters for the homeless open, after two people froze to death.
Located in the oak forests of the Carpathian Mountains in central Romania, the sanctuary covers 160 acres of forest, looks after around 60 bears and is supported by celebrities including Leona Lewis.
TRANSYLVANIA and the Carpathian Mountains have held a fascination for me ever since as a boy I read Bram Stoker's Dracula by torchlight under the bedclothes.
After learning my admissions exam results, I left for a small vacation to the mountains, to a tourist hostel at the foothills of the Carpathian Mountains.
Rapid economic growth in Romania has put the forests of the Carpathian Mountains under threat from development and logging purposes.
Childhood fantasies come true for Peter Beal as he goes full steam ahead to Transylvania by way of luxury train * RANSYLVANIA and the Carpathian Mountains - the names have held a fascination for me ever since, as a boy, I first read Bram Stoker's Dracula, probably by torchlight under the bedclothes.
Just mention the word Transylvania or the Carpathian mountains and you would be forgiven if you were to start thinking of Bram Stoker or Francis Ford Coppola, conjuring images of heads impaled on spikes, bats, vampires and wolverines roaming about, lusting for human flesh.
If you're hungry for some action, camp by the Danube or the Carpathian Mountains range.