A difficult road to the historic Pereval Veretsky
Veretsky Pass is a mountain pass at an elevation of 843m (2,765ft) above the sea level, located in the Inner Eastern Carpathian Mountains, in Ukraine.
The road to reach the pass, also known as Verecke Pass, is paved (in pretty bad shape), but from the north there are some gravel sections. Since 1980 the pass has been bypassed by major highways. The summit hosts a a monument to the passing of the Hungarian peoples into the future Hungary (in 895).
Pic: Максим Мадяр
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