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Negoiu

Negoiu
Făgăraş Mountains on the map of Romania
Elevation 2,535 m (8,317 ft)
Location
Argeş County, Romania
Range Făgăraş Mountains, Southern Carpathians
Coordinates

45°35′13″N 24°33′21″E / 45.5870°N 24.5557°E / 45.5870; 24.5557Coordinates: 45°35′13″N 24°33′21″E / 45.5870°N 24.5557°E / 45.5870; 24.5557

Climbing
Easiest route Scramble
For Negoiu village in Hunedoara County, see Lunca Cernii de Jos.

Negoiu Peak (Romanian: Vârful Negoiu pronounced [neˈɡoju]) is a mountain peak in the Făgăraş Mountains of the Southern Carpathians, being located in Argeş County, Romania, with an altitude of 2,535 metres (8,317 ft). It is the second highest peak in Romania after Moldoveanu Peak (2544m).

External links

  • Pictures and images from the Fagaras Mountains



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