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The triple spires of Dolina 3

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The triple spires of Dolina 3
Dolina 3 is another caldron of the Csodavár / Cetăţile Ponorului karst playground complex (see also this photo and this photo).

The triple spires were referred to as 'Tátra-Mátra-Fátra' by Gyula Czárán (1847-1906), the great explorer of Bihar/Bihor Mts. who devoted a lot of his time, energy and great amounts of money to build hiking trails into the wild gorges and other sights of this spectacular area. Although a great deal of his work perished since then, even today tourists use much of what was constructed under his guidance more than a century ago!

(Padis, 04.09.2008.)


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Tomek Lodowysuperb

Tomek Lodowy

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great view, great info, great shot, well done.

Posted Feb 6, 2009 10:23 am

peterbudRe: superb


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Dzieki, Tomek! It's an area well worth visiting :)
Posted Feb 7, 2009 8:45 am

yatsekTomek's right


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And did Czárán work on the Mala Fatra gorges/trails? (I sometimes get the feeling the real world revolves around Budapest:))
Posted Feb 7, 2009 4:40 am

peterbudRe: Tomek's right


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No, he devoted all of his life to "Bihar-country". Too bad his biography is not available in English.
Posted Feb 7, 2009 8:56 am

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on Feb 6, 2009 5:43 am

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Object Title: The triple spires of Dolina 3

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