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The mine is on "Level 50” which is on 120 m deep from the surface. The private transport of the people is with buses on a 1250 m long tunnel to the entrance gate of the visiting base.

 

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We are sitting in a lurking place in the wild forest and waiting/watching  the bears , wild boars .

 

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The interesting thing about this phenomenon is that new mud volcanoes can appear while others disappear, as the gas easily migrates along the underground rock cracks.

Who wouldn’t like to be close to a volcano, to smell it, to touch it, to study it without putting his life in danger? Well, good news! Everybody can do this at the Mud Volcanoes from Buzau County. Even if, scientifically speaking, they are not real volcanoes, they are quite spectacular and naughty, splashing cold mud lava while flavouring the area with a prickly scent of sulphur .

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The cave is situated in Brasov County near Rasnov Citadel. Between 2010 and 2011, 330 metres of the cave were carefully equipped with fiberglass bridges, handrails, stairs and bat friendly lights.

 

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This is one of the most famous attractions of Apuseni Mountains and according to many scientists, it hosts the largest underground glacier in the world.

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This cave is located in Baia de Fier village in Gorj County and it is the first electrified cave in Romania. 

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The cave is located 40 km far from the Bear’s Cave so both can be easily visited on the same day. Though Meziad has not as many limestone formations as the Bear’s Cave, it impresses through its large and spacious chambers and its numerous bat colonies. This is way the visit doesn’t start until each tourist receives a protection helmet.

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Apuseni Mountains was accidentally discovered in 1975 by a local and opened to the public five years later. It is probably one of the most well-known caves in Romania. 

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East from the Bucegi Mountains, in the Carpathian Bend, part of the Eastern Carpathians, extends a series of lower mountain ranges, none of which rises over 2,000m.

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The Bucegi Mountains have a very steep slope towards the popular tourist destination Prahova Valley .