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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Tunstall's monograph indicates that its author is a traditional military historian who picked for his subject the 1915 winter campaigns of the Austro-Hungarian forces against the Russians in the Carpathian Mountains. The Austrians identify this World War I conflict as the Carpathian War while the Hungarians, who may be more correct semantically, call it the Carpathian Winter Battle.
The Carpathian mountain girl took on the features of St.
The Kamzik area in the Small Carpathian mountains just above Bratislava is one of the most popular recreational zones in the district.
He and his girlfriend Lara Booth, 23, encountered the bear with her two cubs when they were trekking in the Carpathian Mountains in Romania last month.
But thunderstorms, low clouds and rain forced him to fly to the city of Targu Mures, on the other side of the Carpathian mountains, and be driven for more than two hours along winding roads to the site.
You came from behind the Carpathian Mountains, you need to go back there," Sokoli said.
Mountain Paradise Ltd, which the CAA said also traded under the names of Tatra Photography and Tatra Yoga, specialised in holidays to the Tatra range of the Carpathian Mountains in Slovakia, according to its website.
Jozef Wittlin's 1935 Polish novel The Salt of the Earth introduces Piotr Niewiadomski, the commonest of villagers from Eastern Europe's remote Carpathian mountains shortly before his Emperor Franz Joseph mobilizes the Austro-Hungarian Empire into World War I.
TOP TIP Around 5,000 brown bears live in the Carpathian Mountains so keep your eyes peeled.
Amid the disorientation and displacement of World War I, Lucius, a barely trained young medical student, reports to a remote church requisitioned as a field hospital in the Carpathian Mountains. There, he meets the enigmatic Sister Margarete, a nurse who has been the main medical provider with a few orderlies since the previous doctors deserted or died along with her fellow sisters.
Cluj is an exciting new destination for our customers in the Midlands- the historic Transylvanian university city of culture and nightlife with a booming economy and easy access to the natural wonder of the Carpathian Mountains is an ideal choice for a city break with a difference.
We passed bear tracks that served as a handy reminder that the Carpathian mountains are home to Europe's largest population of brown bears.
During the series, Wil ac Aeron: Taith Rwmania, every Wednesday on S4C (8.25, English subtitles available), the two venture from the northern Carpathian mountains down to the fertile Danube Delta.
The EBRD has already financed two wind farms in cooperation with Zinoviy Kozytskiy in the region of Ukraine's Carpathian mountains, both of which are already on-stream.