From now on, Friday posts will be dedicated to interesting facts, places, videos, etc. that I find concerning Romania.
Today’s find is the spectacular Bigăr Cascade Falls!
This breathtaking waterfall is found in the Romania’s southwestern county of Caraş-Severin. The World Geography even placed it at the top of their list, “8 Unique Waterfalls Around the World”.
The moss-covered waterfall is formed by an underground spring that pours into the Minis River, and it has recently started to draw tourists from around the world. Bigăr is also unique in that it is located directly on the 45th parallel north, which is about halfway between the Equator and the North Pole.
If ever given the chance, I would love to visit this waterfall because I’ve never seen another like it.
What about you? Would you like to see Bigăr if the opportunity arose, or have you already encountered a similar waterfall?