Embracing Transylvania, the Carpathian Mountains of Romania
are unspoilt by civilization and untouched by agriculture and industry.
The springs lie deep in forests of fir, pine,
and spruce trees, isolated from human activity.
Reigning supreme over the Carpathians is the Bucovina region
a land of rugged landscapes, with valleys carpeted by wildflowers,
and strewn with ice-cold brooks cutting between evergreen forests.