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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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.
Organizers are increasingly relying on tourism that's close to nature, such as guided hikes in the Carpathian Mountains -- with encounters with brown bears.The snow is deep at an altitude of 1,700 meters (5,577 feet) in the Carpathian Mountains.
The saiga antelope is a critically endangered antelope that originally inhabited a vast area of the Eurasian steppe zone from the foothills of the Carpathian Mountains and Caucasus into Dzungaria and Mongolia.
Romania About 60 per cent of Europe's brown bears live in Romania's Carpathian mountains. To reduce conflicts with humans, bear-appropriate food is put out at faraway spots.
"Bela's Letters," a historical fiction novel spanning eight decades, revolves around the remarkable life of Bela Ingber, who was born before the onset of WWI in Munkacs, a small city nestled in the Carpathian Mountains. The book tells of the struggles of Bela and his extended family to comprehend and prepare for the Holocaust, the implausible circumstances that the survivors endure before reuniting in the New World, and the crushing impact on them of their wartime experiences together with the feelings of guilt, hatred, fear, and abandonment that haunt them.
"Nestled in the Carpathian mountains, high in the heart of Transylvania, lies the home of the most chilling tale of the nineteenth century," reads the (https://www.airbnb.com/night-at/dracula) listing on Airbnb .
From the tranquil foothills of the Carpathian Mountains in southern Poland, to the Balkans and a simmering feud centuries in the making, to the streets of inner-city Melbourne where histories collide.
With the forested Carpathian mountains rising behind it, it is a picturesque city of medieval towers, gothic cathedrals and grand 20th-century buildings.
Typically, while many of the agencies and countries involved in the volunteering abroad network are geared to humanitarian or environmental projects such as organic farming in continental Africa, tracking carnivores in the Carpathian Mountains, teaching English in rural China or building a latrine in an orphanage in Haiti, there are many others that offer experiences perfect for history buffs.
Interval International, a provider of vacation services and an operating business of non-traditional lodging company Interval Leisure Group (Nasdaq:IILG), revealed on Friday the affiliation of Select Holiday Mountain Club, a year-round resort in the Carpathian Mountains of Romania.
Romanian archaeologist Ota describes the archaeological investigation of cemeteries in the historical Banat--lowlands bounded by the rivers Tisza to the west, Danube to the south, and Mures to the north and by the Southern Carpathian mountains to the east.
Situated in the historical region of Moldavia, at the foothills of the Carpathian Mountains, Bacau is one of Romania's cultural centres.
Born in Czernowitz, Romania, now Ukraine, he was the only child of silent, repressed parents who had moved from their native village in the Carpathian Mountains to run a small grocery store in the town.