Bucura Lake

Bucura Lake is a glacier lake located in the Retezat National Park, in the Retezat Mountains. It is the largest glacier lake in Romania. It is located south of the main ridge, at the base of Peleaga Peak, and at an altitude of about 2,040 m. The surface of the lake is 8,90 ha, 550 m long and the average

Colţ fortress dates back to the beginning of the sec. XIV century, when it was founded by Prince Cândea. Later, Cândea went to Catholic religion and changed his name to Kendeffy. The fortress is located on the territory of the village of Suseni, Hunedoara, on the county road DJ 686, at the entrance

Sarmizegetusa Regia (the kingdom) was the capital and the most important military, religious and political center of the Dacian state before the wars with the Roman Empire. It was the core of a strategic defensive system consisting of six Dacian fortresses from the Orastie Mountains, used by Decebal

Grădiştea Muncelului - Cioclovina Natural Park is a natural protected area with the status of a natural park whose purpose is the protection and preservation of important natural habitats and species from the floristic, fauna, forestry, hydrological, geological, speleological, paleontological or pedological

Builded in the style of murus dacicus, the six Dacian fortresses in the Orăştie Mountains, in Romania, were built between the 1st century BC and the 1st century AD, for defense and protection against the Roman conquest. Their extended and well-kept remains have a strong and innovative image of the

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