A little bit of Heaven (184)

Toaca peak, Ceahlău Massif

In Eastern Carpathians, Ceahlău Massif is one of the most famous mountains in Romania. It is described as the Olympus of Romania.

Toaca peak, after Ocolașul Mare peak, is the second largest in the Ceahlău Massif, with a height of 1904 m. Although it is not the highest, its pyramidal shape makes it the main attraction of the massif.

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Rasnov (Râșnov) Fortress

Peleș Castle, Corvin Castle, Făgăraș Fortress, and Transfăgărășan are all located in Transilvania, Romania. Today I try to present another fortress: Râșnov Fortress.

A peasant fortress with simple architecture and an area of 3500 square meters, Râșnov Fortress (Rosenau Burg in German) is located on a rocky hilltop in the Carpathian Mountains, 200 meters above the town of Râșnov, Brașov county.

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