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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If you think of crossing the Carpathians, then some for instance want a ridge walk in the Fagaras Mountains, which means hiking from hut to hut in the Piatra Craiului Mountains National Park.
The Slovak Supreme Audit Office (NKaS) has found several flaws in the protection of the Carpathian primeval beech forests situated in the Poloniny National Park (NP) which are listed as a UNESCO site.
He also noted that the Carpathian forests are interesting not only to Ukrainians but also to the whole world and are protected by UNESCO.
This is supported by national expert-based zoogeographical (Maran 1958), phytogeographical (Skalicky 1988) and biogeographical classifications (Culek 1996) which distinguish the Pannonian region in the south-east and the Carpathian region in the east of the Czech Republic.
But there are still not enough reliable data describing the mobility of the Carpathians in detail and from a sufficient time perspective.
The Carpathians system in its own area takes place on a length of about 1500 m between Vienna Basin to Timok Valley (the border between Bulgaria and Serbia).
The Germans and Austrians had to overcome differences at the general staff level before the German High Command and Gen Erich von Falkenhayn agreed to move four corps equaling eight divisions from the western front to Gorlice at the edge of the Carpathians, linking them to Tarnow.
Detailed geochemical studies of groundwaters and bedrocks have been performed in Bieszczady Mountains (range of the Carpathians, SE Poland), in the area where mineral waters have been planned to be used for balneotherapy.
John-Paul Himka, Last Judgment Iconography in the Carpathians.
Indeed, pre-war planning deemed the Carpathians a pass-through vice maneuver zone.
In addition, the diversity and richness of the anthropogenic tourism potential (traditional architecture, culture, pilgrimages, and also local gastronomy) represent a big plus for the rural tourism in the Carpathians.
The Russians were ready to meet the Habsburg forces in the Carpathians and General Nikolai Ivanov, the commander of the front, had plans for an offensive that would use the Carpathian mountain passes to break out towards the Great Hungarian Plain and capture Budapest, thus forcing his opponent to drop out of the war.
If there is any question about that, all that's required is a visit to the Hunting Museum of the Carpathians in Posada.
Dongo is a performer immersed in the folkore of the Carpathians.
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.