One of the most mysterious, picturesque, unusual and unique natural corners of Romania can be called Bigar Falls.
Izvorul Bigar Falls – a natural wonder in the shape of a mushroom, located 150 km from Timisoara, near the border with Serbia. The 8-metre-high waterfall is located in the Nera gorge in the Beusnica National Park. Near the waterfall there is a wooden bridge, from which there is a beautiful view. The uniqueness of this natural wonder is not in its power or impressive height, but in its unusual form. Interestingly, the Bigar Falls are exactly halfway between the Equator and the North Pole (on the 45th parallel). Furthermore, in 2013, the Bigar Falls were ranked first in The World Geography’s Eight Most Amazing Waterfalls.
A few hundred meters from the waterfall there is a parking lot – about 2 euros a day – with a decent public toilet – souvenir shops connected or not with the theme of the waterfall, snack bars where you can eat. The approach to the waterfall itself is free, but in a short walk up the hill you will be asked 5 Ron (1 euro) For nature lovers this can be interesting. Don’t expect shock or thrill, it’s a place of contemplation and relaxation.
It is believed that if a woman drinks water from this waterfall, she can easily conceive a child.
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