Welcome to a magical walk through the Carpathian region of nice nature and kind people.
Web serves as an information source about the Carpathians, targeted mainly on less civilized areas of the mountains and foothills. In some cases, the web can be used as a tourist guide with useful text and rich photo documentation.
Articles on the map
- 11th April 2017: Pogórze Karpackie
- 26th June 2016: Săpânța - Săpânţa is a small village in Maramures, famous by the Merry Cemetery with painted wooden tombstones.
- 24th June 2016: Hainburg an der Donau
- 22th June 2016: Čachtice Castle
- 19th June 2016: Javorie Mountains
- 16th June 2016: Munții Igniș
- 12th June 2016: Ratková and its surroundings
- 9th June 2016: Csenger
The Carpathians are mountains stretching from the edge of Austria through Moravia, Slovakia, Poland, Hungary, Ukraine and Romania to the edge of Serbia. The highest mountain of the Carpathians is Slovak Gerlach Peak (2655 m). The name Karpaty probably comes from the base karp, meaning rock or stone.
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