Danube Delta, Romania

Danube Delta, Romania The Danube Delta is perhaps the least inhabited region of temperate Europe. In the Romanian side live about people, of which in the port of Sulina, which gives an average density of approx. 2 inhabitants per km².

Delta Dunarii,Romania. |  Danube Delta,Romania.

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Danube Delta, Romania, world’s thirds-richest biosphere reservation in terms of biodiversity, after Australia’s Great Barrier Reef and Ecuador’s Galapagos Islands is home to most of Europe's populations of Great White Pelican and Dalmatian Pelican, 60% of the world's Pygmy Cormorant and in winter, 50% of the world's Red-breasted Goose. !

The Danube Delta. Last unspoiled natural beauty of Europe - Danube Delta! The largest colony of dalmatians pelicans!

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Aggstein castle ruin and Danube river at sunset in Wachau | What to do in Vienna in 3 Days

Aggstein castle ruin and Danube river at sunset in Wachau, Austria

Danube River, Wachau, Austria | Moon & Honey Travel

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Danube River, Wachau, Austria | Moon & Honey Travel

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The Danube River is the largest in the European Union, its watershed draining 801,463 square kilometers (309,447 square miles) of land across 19 countries. Where that great river reaches the Black Sea, a remarkable delta has formed—the “Everglades” of Europe. The Danube Delta is home to more than 300 species of bird and 45 species of freshwater fish.

Where the Danube Meets the Black Sea : Image of the Day : NASA Earth Observatory

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Temperature in Hungary fell to an all-time record low for January when minus degrees were measured in the village of Tésa in northern Hungary. Here, drift ice can be seen in the water of the River Danube at the Szabadsag Bridge in Budapest.

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