Transalpina Road

located in the Parâng Mountains group, in the Southern Carpathians of Romania, is one of the highest roads of the Carpathian Mountains, elevation going as high 2,145m above sea level. Given the high altitude, the road is closed during the cold months of the year.
C: "Transalpina snow" by paul bica - Flickr: transalpina. Licensed under CC BY 2.0 via Commons

Transfagarasan road

The road climbs to 2,034 meters altitude, making it the 2nd highest mountain pass in Romania after Transalpina. The most spectacular route is from the North to South. It is a winding road, dotted with steep hairpin turns, long S-curves, and sharp descents.
C: "Wide view over the northern Transfagarasan" by Horia Varlan from Bucharest, Romania - Wide view over the northern Transfagarasan. Licensed under CC BY 2.0 via Commons

Basarab overpass

The Basarab Overpass in Bucharest has a length of 1,9 km and is the widest cable stayed bridge in Europe, measuring a width of 44,5 meters. It is transited by almost 50 000 vehicles daily.

C: "Бессарабский мост" by Nicu Buculei - http://500px.com/photo/52350068. Licensed under CC BY-SA 3.0 via Commons

Vidraru Lake

Vidraru Lake was created by the Vidraru Dam, which has a height of 166 metres and an arch length of 305 meters. It can store 465 million cubic metres of water. It can be used simply as a lake location, but it also has infrastructural key elements.
C: "Panoramă Barajul și Lacul Vidraru" by Daniel Pandelea - Own work. Licensed under CC BY-SA 3.0 via Commons

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