About Ceahlau - presentation, information, photos and recommendations
Ceahlău Massif is the highest Carpathian Mountains Moldova-group Bistrita Transylvanian mountains also being one of the most important tourism in the Eastern Carpathians.
Ceahlau Neamţ County is located within easy reach of the city and Lake Bicaz Spring Mountain.
Its summit is considered the highest peak Ocolasul Sea, 1907 m, 1900 m peak Chop measuring only.
Ceahlau | Mount Ceahlău was considered by the Gauls, as the abode of the god Zamolxis. Ceahlau ancestor's name for roughy, or Peon, word comes from the Greek which translated would mean "pole house". Today Ceahlau is considered as the second holy mountain of Orthodox
Christianity after Mount Athos
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