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The Cross on Mount Caraiman
Romania

Panorama shot on a beautiful sunny afternoon near the Cross on the Caraiman peak, in Bucegi mountains, Romania. View over Busteni, a town situated on the valley of Prahova river.

The cross is a monument built in the memory of lost soldiers during the first world war. Rising at nearly 28 meters (92 feet) high at an elevation of 2291 meters (7527 ft), the cross was finished in 1928 and modernized a few decades later being suited with powerful electrical bulbs on the edges that light its shape, making it visible from a few kilometers during clear summer nights.

Copyright: Catalin morof
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Uploadet: 26/02/2012
Opdateret: 06/11/2012
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Tags: caraiman; cross; crucea; mountain; busteni; bucegi; munte; eroilor; monument; romania
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