Carpathians


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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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Objectives : The goal of the project is the conservation of the forest fauna refugium in Carpathian mountains (area of Podkarpackie Voivodeship) through determination and conservation of the existing ecological corridors, ensuring maintenance of environmental cohesion for animal population.
Explorations in salt archaeology in the Carpathian zone (Main Series 28).
Nestled amongst the peaks and plains of the Carpathian Mountains, Transylvania was once on the wild edges of Europe.
Summary: The frenzy to build hydropower stations across the Carpathian mountains poses an "imminent" threat .
The Austrians had suffered some setbacks and looked to their German allies to help them stabilize the front near the Carpathian Mountains.
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.
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.
Czarist troops were postured to complete their transit of the Carpathians and spill south onto the Hungarian plain, a potentially devastating blow to morale.
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.
Key words: ERT, periglacial, permafrost, internal structure, Southern Carpathians
Graduating with a degree in geology from the University of Otago in 1994, he has since held exploration and development roles in a variety of terrains including the Archaean Greenstone belts of Western Australia, Proterozoic gold and base metal systems in Zambia, porphyry gold-copper deposits in the Romanian Carpathians and Ordovician orogenic mesothermal gold mineralisation in New Zealand's South Island.
22, 2010 (TAP) - Tunisia's handball team beat their counterpart of Belarus 29/28 (half-time 14-15) on Thursday in Bucharest (Romania), as part of day 1 of the Carpathians tournament held October 21-23 with attendance of the national teams of Romania and Macedonia.
the Company's Bacau Licence interest in the Romanian Carpathians.
Crossing the Carpathians by Carmen Bugan, Carcanet Press, 2007, [pounds sterling]8.
By slightly resituating the investments of such a critique of Wilson, the argument of the present article may be stated thus: the spatiality of Kristevan psychoanalytic theory does violence to the post-colonial spatiality contained in Janet Frame's last novel, The Carpathians (first published in 1988); furthermore, both these spatialities are expressed via allegorical manoeuvres and recur upon the operations of (literary) theory.