Photographer's Note

I promise yesterday to tell you something about romanian mountains.

Romania is blessed with all of nature's wonderful creations:
lots of rivers, lowlands, hills, forrests, a sea, a delta
and ...mountains! Lots of mountains, some more difficult to
climb than others.
The Carpathian mountains, named as such after an ancient dacic
tribe that inhabitted them, the Carps, envale Romania in a
celestic embrace. The Carpathians are divided into three main
ranges, the Oriental Carpatians in the East, the Meridional
Carpathians in the South and the Occidental Carpathians in the
Europe's largest glacial lake, and world's second, Lake Bucura,
as well as Europe's only vulcanic lake, Lake Ana, plus a thousand
other lakes, bigger or smaller, can be found within these
mountainous ranges. The Carpathians also have over 120 peaks
which are higher than 2,000 meters (6,561 feet).

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