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Fundata

Surrounded by the Bucegi Mountains and the Piatra Craiului Mountains, Fundata’s altitude of 1,360 m (4,460 ft) makes it the highest commune in Romania.

It is a commune in Brașov County, composed of three villages: Fundata, Fundățica (Kleinkertzberg; Kisfundáta), and Șirnea (Schirnen; Sirnea). The place offers panoramas for the Piatra Craiului Mountains and Bucegi Mountains. During the 2013 European Youth Olympic Winter Festival, it held the biathlon competition in the new venue of the town.

There is an annual festival held around July 20, feast of the prophet Elijah, called Nedeia Munților (“Mountain Celebration”). Originally a “feast of two countries” (Transylvania and Wallachia), it was revived in 1969, and features folklore displays, as well as local cheeses and meats.

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