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[9 Jun 2020 | No Comment | ]
The stairs that lead to Toaca Peak in Ceahlău Massif, over 1 mil. views on Facebook

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A video made right on the top of Ceahlău Massif became viral online.
The video on the Facebook page of Radio Romania Cluj was uploaded on the 16th of  February 2020, reached in a short period of time over 1 mil. views.
The images show the stairs that lead to Toaca Peak, 1904 m high, on the top of Ceahlău Massif, the Holy mountain of the Romanians.
https://www.facebook.com/watch/?v=887157298389470
A big thank you to Radio Romania Cluj and to Dan Izvoreanu for filming and uploading the video!
We hope that the trip on Ceahlău Massif …

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[3 Jun 2020 | No Comment | ]
Trei Fântâni Mountain Village – Photography event

Trei Fântâni Village (Trei Fântâni), located at the foothill of Hăşmaş Mountain at an altitude of about 900 meters, is considered one of the most attractive and charming villages in Romania. The village belongs to the Commune of Dămuc and the name “Three Fountains” is taken after the three springs in the area. The villagers’ houses are built according to the traditional mountain architecture. Located at the borderline between Neamt and Harghita counties, Trei Fântâni Village hosts about 100 families, mostly Hungarians.
No matter what season you come here, the area …

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[3 Jun 2020 | No Comment | ]
Sunset and sunrise on top of Ceahlau Massif

Ceahlău Massif stands out among the surrounding mountains because of its unmistakable shape. It is by far the most interesting mountain area from the central part of the Eastern Carpathians.
Starting their trip at the foothill of Ceahlău Massif, tourists can admire the overwhelming splendor of the two main peaks, Toaca Peak (1904m) and Ocolaşul Mare Peak (1907m) but also the beauty of smaller peaks with bizarre shapes, whose profile is emerging in the distance. When climbing along the 8 marked trails, tourists leave behind giant stone walls with different shades …

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