Plains in Romania

Romania's natural landscape is almost evenly divided among mountains (31 percent), hills (33 percent), and plains (36 percent). The plains covering the southern and western parts of the country are low and extremely flat. Between the Carpathians and the Danube lies the Romanian Plain, the principal granary of the country, and to the west stretches the Western Plain, which is crossed by many rivers. The scenary is beautiful and the location opportunities can suit any need for your shooting.

Sun-flower field

Romania's climate facilitates a rich,diverse geography. In the southern or centre part of Romania, during the hot months of summer, wheat fields can be found in many parts of Romania, the country having an agricultural capacity of approximately 14.7 million hectares.

Wheat fields

Romania's climate facilitates a rich,diverse geography. In the southern or centre part of Romania, during the hot months of summer, wheat fields can be found in many parts of Romania, the country having an agricultural capacity of approximately 14.7 million hectares.

Steppe Plain

Romania's climate facilitates a rich,diverse geography. The Bărăgan Plain is a steppe plain in south-eastern Romania. Due to its climate, it is one of the most inhospitable areas in Romania, but it can also offer a wonderful picturesque scenary.

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