Domogred Protected Area – Valea Cernei National Park Increases from 56% to 75% – The Romania Journal
The heavily protected area of the Domogred-Valea Cerney National Park will increase from its current 56% to at least 75% of the park’s total area.
This exquisite national park has some of Europe’s most representative primeval beech forests. Domogled – Cerna Valley National Park It is a protected area in the administrative divisions of Karas-Severin and Mehedinti counties in southwestern Romania.
“The fact that Domogred-Valea Cernei has the most representative primeval beech forest in Europe, has also been confirmed by UNESCO and makes us nothing but proud. Thanks to the community and all of you who have managed these forests together over the past hundreds of years.Our goal envisioned in the governance program is to increase these protected areas to at least 75% of the park surface. To reach our goal of 75%, we need your help, not only to identify new areas of genuine Today we will start this process and replicate it in all our other national parks, including the PNDVC.Environment Minister Tanchos Varna said Thursday on the occasion of the first council organized on the topic in Baile Herculane.
More than 24,000 hectares of precious beech forests in Romania were inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage List on the 41st.st Session of the UNESCO World Heritage Committee held in Krakow, Poland in 2017m.
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