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  • Patrick Wullaert

    Râpa Roșie (English: Red Ravine), is a geological park of 25 hectares, located about 3 km from Sebeş, Alba County, and was declared nature reserve since 1950. Its walls with heights between 80-100 m, have very unusual shapes: columns, towers, pyramids, all with reddish color.

  • Florenta Blanariu

    Depozite sedimentare formate din roci de culori roşiatice (din cauza prezenţei oxizilor de fier), dar şi albicioase şi cenuşii, cu structuri petrografice variate, de la argile, marne calcaroase, microconglomerate slab cimentate, gresii, care în urma spălării liantului argilos se dezagregă uşor şi ajung să producă nisipuri şi pietrişuri, acumulate la baza versanţilor unde formează conuri de dejecţie.

  • Aditza

    Rapa Rosie, Sebes - Romania

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