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Synonyms for Carpathians

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

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Ksiazkiewicz, M.: 1972, Karpaty (Carpathians) (in Polish), in: Pozaryski, W.
Canadian blogger takes you around Smolenice, a small town with a fairy-tale castle but also a lesser-known Iron Age settlement.Autumn is a great time to explore the Small Carpathians.
The Romanian Carpathians are part of the geographical landscape of Romania with a surface of approx.
Take a road trip through Bratislava's outskirts along a winding road through the pine forest overlooking the gently rounded hills of the Small Carpathians.1988.
So, Jonathan Harker notes: "I read that every known superstition in the world is gathered into the horseshoe of the Carpathians, as if it were the centre of some imaginative whirlpool."
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 area of Bochnia is at the boundary of the Outer Carpathians and the Carpathian Foredeep (Fig.
The Transylvanian Depression represents the central part of the Romanian territory, standing out through its position delimited by the mountains of the Southern Carpathians, in the South (Fagaras, Cindrel, Sureanu Mountains), Apuseni Mountains in the West, the mountains of the Eastern Carpathians, in the East (Tibles, Bargau, Calimani, Harghita, Rodnei and Persani).
10) Who was dubbed "the Maradona of the Carpathians"?
As for geomorphology, the area belongs to the AlpineHimalayan system, subsystem of Carpathians, province of Western Carpathians, and two systems.
John-Paul Himka, Last Judgment Iconography in the Carpathians. 368 pp., illus.
At 2544 metres, it is the pride of Romania and the highest mountain in Argeucounty, in the Fagaras Mountains of the Southern Carpathians.
The varied forms of tourism practiced today in the rural landscape constitute the very effect for the attractiveness specific to the three relatively balanced forms of relief (the Carpathians; hills and plateaus; plains) in which the rural landscape is divided: a diverse climate, mineral and thermal springs, rivers and lakes, and a varied biodiversity.