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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Romanian Carpathian civilization is based on a solid network of rural and urban settlements--villages and towns--which emphasizes collaboration between socio-economic, historical and natural unit reaffirming physical, economic and human Carpathian crown and their welding organic by easy connections with all areas around the Carpathians.
The Polish segment of the Carpathian fold-and-thrust belt (Figs.
In the winter, he also does skiing tours: "This niche is still relatively small, but yes, an increasing number of guests are discovering going to the Carpathians in winter.
The Carpathian Beech Forests, a UNESCO world heritage site, are not properly protected according to WWF and the Supreme Audit Office.
Contract award notice: Direct conservation actions under the "conservation of the european roller (coracias garrulus) project in the carpathian basin" - life13 nat / hu / 000081
The open carpathian scorpion is one of the four species that could be found in our country.
This indicates that both fauna and flora of the Czech Republic yield to the same environmental forces and biogeographical processes such as spreading of faunistic and floristic elements from the adjacent Carpathian Mountains and the Pannonian Basin.
Flaviu, a Carpathian lynx, was brought up in captivity and does not know how to hunt.
With Their Backs to the Mountains: A History of Carpathian Rus' and Carpatho-Rusyns
CARPATHIAN GRIZZLIES maintained their promotion push with a 4-1 triumph over Scouting For Goals.
According to many authors the vertical movement rate of the Carpathian Foothills based on geological data is about 0.
VISITORS to Dudley Zoo can scent there's a trio of special new arrivals and enjoy the lynx effect following the birth of three cute Carpathian cubs.
The six female captive-bred bison from Port Lympne and Howletts Wild Animal Park, Kent, Highland Wildlife Park, Inverness-shire, and Fota Wildlife Park, Cork, Ireland, were transported to Vanatori Neamt Nature Park in Romania's Carpathian Mountains.
The main Carpathian passes and "gates" were protected during the Dacian-Roman period by fortified urban centers (Pop, 2003) such as Apulum, Porolissum, by the Roman castra, Micia, Germisara (Geoagiu, Gherla, Tarnaveni, Sighisoara, Cumidava (Rasnov), Angustia (Bretcu), Orhei-Bistrita, Brancovenesti on Mures, etc.
Centre Veronica Hostetin, based in the White Carpathian Mountains, has been promoting environmentally sustainable living since 1986.