They are 2 rock formations that are in the Bucegi Mountains at an altitude of 2300 meters. To the delight of vibrational energy lovers, it is said that there are very strong energy fields here.
Around the 20th of December, especially in rural communities, families come together to slaughter the pig and proceed with sectioning and conservation.
It is a natural phenomenon that creates flames over one meter in hight that can be admired by day and by night near the village of Terca. The phenomenon is due to the emission of natural gas coming out of the earth and crossing the sun’s rays taking fire.
50 hectares of daffodils, which are visibly lost in the eastern part of the Saca Peak, starting from mid-May charm nature lovers with their scent that can be felt up to a few kilometres away.
They are the largest mammals in Europe and live in 5 natural reserves in Romania, despite having risked extinction, today, thanks to an excellent project of reintroduction in, they are a constant presence.
“The Stonehenge of the East” as it is called by lovers of archeoastronomy is an archaeological site located at an altitude of 1,200 meters. Composed of blocks of stone that create walls around what was the capital of the Dacians, it deserves a challenging nature course before being discovered. It is possible to see the remains of some religious buildings or, according to some, the remains of an ancient astronomical observatory, in total the remains of 6 citadels, temples, dwellings and a fortress were found scattered over 30 thousand square meters.
In the Gorges of Nera– Beusnita National Park – there is this particular waterfall that gushes from the bottom, glides over the rounded rocks covered with moss and creates a unique and surreal atmosphere that feed the popular belief that it was created by fairies.
In a “lunar” dimension where only 2 types of plants (the Nitraria and the Atriplex) live, boiling mud jets up to 6 meters high rise up from volcanic craters. To experience its effectiveness on the skin we suggest a visit to Lake Techirghiol.
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