Europe’s unique natural reservation: the Danube Delta

The Danube springs from Germany and it gathers all the tributary streams from 10 countries and crosses 4 capital cities. After covering 2860 km and before following into the Black Sea, it forms a delta. Related to the surface of Romania, the Danube Delta is situated in the Southeastern part of the country, it has the shape of the Greek letter "delta".

Fishing represents a constant human activity in this area. Navigation on the arms and shipping on the channels is another preoccupation of the inhabitants. Kaleidoscope of an original scenery, the paradise of the birds, of the reeds, of the multitude of fish - the Danube Delta is an area of great tourist's beauty and of real scientific interest, a reservation of the biosphere.

The Danube Delta is on the 5th place among the most humid areas in the world. For its specific hydrographical features, but also for the diversity and the originality of the flora and fauna, within the perimeter of the reservation were formed 16 natural reservations strictly protected and they represent 9% from the territory.

It is the region with the shortest winter. Against a background of temperate climate, the Danube Delta is situated in an arid area with winds from the North and North-East. The annual average temperature is over 11 degrees, the hot summers with 22-23 degrees and the winters with blizzards and temperatures under 0 degrees for about 20 days.

Considering the things presented above, there are many tourist's places that can be visited depending on the time that you have at your disposal, the objectives that you have in mind and and also your main preoccupations.


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