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Cascada en el conocido camino de Transfăgărășan, Rumania.  Waterfall on the Transfăgărășan road in Romania.

Cascada en el conocido camino de Transfăgărășan, Rumania. Waterfall on the Transfăgărășan road in Romania.

Bigar Waterfall, Romania in black and white by Mihai Ologeanu on 500px

Bigar Waterfall, Romania in black and white by Mihai Ologeanu on 500px

Opposite Bucegi Massif, Piatra Craiului is an isolated, steep and very interesting range

Opposite Bucegi Massif, Piatra Craiului is an isolated, steep and very interesting range

Fekete Templom | Black Church by Lajos Lorincz on 500px

Fekete Templom | Black Church by Lajos Lorincz on 500px

2013 snowdrops by Ioan  Bodean on 500px

2013 snowdrops by Ioan Bodean on 500px

Wild Roses by Kai Bergmann on 500px

Wild Roses by Kai Bergmann on 500px

Howl by Stijn Dijkstra on 500px

Howl by Stijn Dijkstra on 500px

Seascape 1 by David Heritage on 500px

Seascape 1 by David Heritage on 500px

Tower Bridge by David Abbs on 500px

Tower Bridge by David Abbs on 500px


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You have to go through a half an hour mountain hike to get to this waterfall, and the hike is not easy, still, there where tons of people making selfies all around the place. It was a real challenge to take this image.   Hope you like it, enjoy! Photo: Balea Waterfall, Romania www.creartphoto.ro

You have to go through a half an hour mountain hike to get to this waterfall, and the hike is not easy, still, there where tons of people making selfies all around the place. It was a real challenge to take this image. Hope you like it, enjoy! Photo: Balea Waterfall, Romania www.creartphoto.ro

Parang Sunrise by Adrian Popan on 500px

Parang Sunrise by Adrian Popan on 500px

Bigar Waterfall was declared a natural protected area in the Caraș-Severin County, Banat Mountains, Romania. According to The World Geography, there are a number of facts that place it as number one on the list of eight unique waterfalls around the world.

Bigar Waterfall was declared a natural protected area in the Caraș-Severin County, Banat Mountains, Romania. According to The World Geography, there are a number of facts that place it as number one on the list of eight unique waterfalls around the world.

A walk in the woods.

A walk in the woods.

Waterfall in Carpathian Mountain by Ion  George on 500px

Waterfall in Carpathian Mountain by Ion George on 500px

Fagaras fortress, Romania by Mihai Romeo on 500px

Fagaras fortress, Romania by Mihai Romeo on 500px

Dracula’s Castle Bran, Romania by Marius Sirghie on 500px

Dracula’s Castle Bran, Romania by Marius Sirghie on 500px

Panoramic Sunrise by Adrian Popan on 500px

Panoramic Sunrise by Adrian Popan on 500px

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