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Earlier today I rand into a couple of beautiful photos by Hungarian photographer  Bence Mate, a couple of which were taken in the Danube Delta.  They depict several rare scenes that you don’t get the chance to see every day, so I had to share them with you. They will definitely bright up your day. […]

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The other day, I turned the TV on and I accidentally found a documentary about the wild horses roaming in the Danube Delta, especially those in around the Letea forest. I must admit, it was very interesting because it filled plenty of gaps in my own knowledge of the matter. The wild horses have been […]

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I just finished reading Europolis, written by Jean Bart, the pseudonym of Eugeniu Botez. I had written an article about him and it was appropriate to go ahead and read his work to better understand what he was doing. I bought it in the Danube Delta Museum gift shop a few days ago. I won’t […]

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Brace yourselves because this year we’re going to the 8th edition of the Anonimul Film Festival in the Danube Delta. More than ever, this year is going to be outstanding. If for no other reason than my friends finishing college. Yep, this may very well be our last summer as kids, and we’re going to […]

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For anybody who comes to the Danube Delta, fishing, if not the main goal of the trip, is definitely on their mind. And there are good reasons for that. There are hundreds of lakes, swamps and canals of all sizes that offer the right conditions for a fantastic holiday trying to catch the most sought […]

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If there’s one thing that everybody knows about the Danube Delta, it’s the fact that it’s one of the world’s most amazing bird paradises. With 331 different species flying around every year, it certainly is a unique place, where birdwatchers can feel at home. Here’s a quick list with some of the most important of […]

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With the unusually cold winter that has hit Romania this year, the few bird species that stayed in the delta for Christmas had to adapt to make sure they survive till the spring. A number of cormorants, which usually hunt fish underwater, found the thick lair of ice impossible to break this year, so they […]

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