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Transylvania: Făgăraş Mountains - landscape

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Romania, 2009

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Făgăraş Mountains (Romanian: Munţii Făgăraşului, Hungarian: Fogaras hegység), are the highest mountains of the Southern Carpathians, in Romania. The highest peaks are Moldoveanu (2544 m), Negoiu (2535 m), Viştea Mare (2527 m), Lespezi (2522 m), Vânătoarea lui Buteanu (2507 m), and Dara (2501 m).

They are bordered in the north by the Făgăraş Depression, through which the Olt river flows, and in the west by the Olt Valley (Valea Oltului). The prime access point to the massif is the town of Victoria. Despite its name, Făgăraş, located 20 km to the north, is not nearest town to the mountain range.Other important cities are Braşov and Sibiu.

A road called the Transfăgărăşan is constructed across the Făgăraş Mountains. It is generally open only between June and September, due to unfavorable weather conditions in the rest of the year.

You can find many glacier lakes in the Făgăraş Mountains. Bâlea (2034 m, 46,508 m², 11.35 m deep) is the largest lake. The highest lake is in the Hărtopul Leaotei glacial valley. The deepest glacial lake is Podragu (2140 m, 28,550 m²m 15.5 m deep). Other lakes: Urlea (2170 m, 20,150 m²), Capra (2230 m, 18,340 m²).


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Catalan :

Romania, romanesos, Transsilvània, Cerna vall, Càrpats, poble, neu, hivern, serralada Carpats Muntanyes Apuseni, part central de Romania, Península Balcànica, muntanya, natura, arbre, casa, edifici, granja, bestiar, fred, ruc, Carpats meridionals, muntanyes de Făgăraş, paisatge, ,


Danish :

Rumænien, rumænere, Transsylvanien, Cerna Valley, Karpaterne, landsby, sne, vinter, Karpaterne bjergkæde Apuseni bjerge, central del af Rumænien, Balkan-halvøen, bjerge, natur, træ, hus, bygning, farm, kvæg, kolde, donkey, transsylvanske, Făgăraş Mountains, landskab, ,


Hebrew :

רומניה, רומנים, טרנסילבניה, צ'רנה, הרי הקרפטים, הכפר, שלג, חורף, רכס הקרפטים אפוסני, חלק מרכזי רומניה, חצי האי הבלקני, הרי, טבע, עץ, בית, בניין, חווה, בקר, קר, חמור, בדרום הרי הקרפטים, הרי פגראש, לרוחב, ,


Korean :

루마니아, 루마니아, 트 랜, 강 계곡, 카 르 파 티아 산맥, 마을, , 겨울, 카 르 파티 아 산맥 Apuseni 산맥, 루마니아, 발칸 반도, , 자연, 나무, , 건물, 농장, 가축, 감기, 당나귀의 중앙부, 남부 Carpathians, 파가 라스 산, 풍경, ,


Slovenian :

Romunija Romuni, Transilvanija, Cerna Valley, Karpatov, vasi, sneg, zima, Karpatsko gorovje Apuseni gore, osrednji del Romunija Balkanski polotok, gore, narava, drevo, hiša, stavbe, kmetije, govedo, hladno, osel, južnih Karpatov, mestu Făgăraş gore, krajine, ,


Swedish :

Rumänien, rumäner, Transsylvanien, Cerna Valley, Karpaterna, village, snö, vinter, Karpaterna bergskedjan Apuseni bergen, centrala delen av Rumänien, Balkanhalvön, berg, natur, träd, hus, byggnad, gård, boskap, kalla, åsna, södra Karpaterna, Făgăraş bergen, landskap, ,


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