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Tartar's Strait | Bolboci Lake
Romania

Before Bolboci lake, in Bucegi mountains, the Tartar's Strait is a path through 2 stone walls for about 0.5 km. On the left side of the Tartars valley, at 1548 m, is the highest resort of Romania Palaeolithic period - Bear Cave and Little Cave.

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Tags: valley; strait; lake; cave; bucegi; bolboci; romania; tartar; resort
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