Romanian Wonders: Retezat National Park
This is the first national park established in Romania, in 1935. It has a high number of mountain peaks of over 2,000 meters and is home to the largest glacial lake in Romania, Bucura. The area shelters an old-growth forest and a flora of over 1000 plant species. Wolves, brown bear, wild boar, Eurasian lynx, European wildcat, chamois, roe deer and red deer, as well as small carnivore species such as Eurasian badger and Eurasian otter can be found in the park.