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Transalpina Highway

Crossing this road on the mountains’ peak, at 2145m altitude, is certainly an unforgettable experience. Transalpina is the highest road from the Carpathians
Transalpina Highway

Crossing this road on the mountains’ peak, at 2145m altitude, is certainly an unforgettable experience. Transalpina is the highest road from the Carpathians. The road is open from the middle of April until October, depending on the snow falls. This road was used two thousand years ago, since the Dacians and Romans. It was also the shepherds’ road, called „The Devil’s Path”, where sheep were brought for the winter period, on the Wallachia undulating plains. The road was built by the Germans during the First World War, rebuilt during the inter-war period, when it was called “The King’s Road”, and recently upgraded.

 

 

 

 

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