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    [B]Until the following pics you can enjoy in HD format the video bellow (English Language):
    http://www.trilulilu.ro/funnyman/1d1822e3ee4f5b

    Here you can find a documentary series about Wild Carpathia:
    http://www.wildcarpathia.tv/

    https://youtu.be/FKV6qPYDqwE


    https://youtu.be/7iufeQT5Thk


    https://youtu.be/6yRny5R0j6c
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    ... speaking about Dracula....last yellow house on the right before the big tower was frequently visited by the Count Dracula (view from main square in Sighisoara Medieval City during the yearly medieval festival was on our travel map); the same house also today after hundreds of years hosts one of the best traditional restaurants in the medieval city.....

    ..but let's return up where almost any sign of civilisation is lost.....so a U-turn...

    ..cattle houses in very remote and jeep accesible locations.....






    ..stoping by to smell some snow roses (very rare)....during their bloom....


    ...Up here you can see the Romanian Sfinx...

    ...another huge playground .....to explore up here

    ....anothe distant ...yellow detonator spot....when we conqered another fortress.....

    ..... next pics I will be silent cause comments I believe are useless...





    ....cattle houses...


    ...another world....lost between the Carphatian Moutain Chain............

    ...our JK Diesel was to noisy and sometimes I need to stop the engine to enjoy the tranquility....


    ...and the collors....

    ...or the nature & man made shapes.....


    more water world & seasons pics 2 come ???
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    fantastic pictures, superb country !
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    Thanks Guys for your nice words...

    Bellow some winter pics .....freeeee ride....





    ....and waterwolrd (Romanian Danube Delta - Unique in Europe)


    ..don't ask who's eggs are those ...








    ...there's only water....


    ...somewhere on water close to Ukrainian border..........


    ....and a natural barrier lake up in the mountains (Red Lake Romania)....


    ....and the Black Sea remote shores....close to the Danube Delta...


    All these places are reachable by Jeep, excluding waterwold of course
    Please let me know if someone here wants more pics with the Balkan Region (Bulgaria, Serbia, Croatia, etc.)
    Cheers
    John
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    Some JK Action

    ..some JK action from this part of the world...



    ..just another playground....














    .....pure jk ...dracula night 4x4 hAUnting tour....









    ..cinema lights on please ....



    ..have a nice evening ....all of you .....



    Cheers
    John
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    John, great photos - thanks for sharing. My father imigrated from the Ukraine to the U.S. so it was meaningful to me to see some of the surrounding countryside.

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    Thanks for your thoughts!

    Bellow some fresh pics from a slipery jk exit up on the mountains, somwhere 180 km far from Bucharest:

    Gates into the mountains

    ...some ice.....

    .... Cat on ice..... slow, nice & easy..


    ...outh of the woods...


    ...mud, snow & ice .... sun, blue sky ......

    ...it sound for me to open my freedom top....for the first time this year....


    ...we had some spectators and jk fans..

    ...some scenary along the route....

    ..One.... Blind shot over the roof top...

    ... Mountain wood houses....



    ...what a day.....




    .... Looking behind....

    ....or on road...



    ...his first winter....

    ...moving foward....


    Wish you all a wheeling jk weekend!!!!!
    Cheers
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    John
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    Amazing pictures! Thanks for sharing.

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    Wow ! Thanks for the great images


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