Icy kingdom in Subcarpathian region

Icy kingdom in Subcarpathian region

Mountain streams in the Subcarpathian region have frozen over due to February frosts.

Social media users share photos of such frozen waterfalls as Zhenetsky Huk, Probiy, Maniava and Bukhtivets, the local Kurs online newspaper reports.

Zhenetsky Huk is a waterfall in the Carpathian Mountains on the Zhenets River, near the villages of Mykulychyn and Tatariv.

The waterfall is located at an altitude of 900 meters above sea level. It was formed in the postwar years as a result of flooding. The waterfall is 15 meters high.

Probiy is a cascade waterfall in the Ukrainian Carpathians, on the Prut River. It is located within the town of Yaremche. Probiy is one of the most full-flowing waterfalls in the Carpathians. Water falls from a height of eight meters at an angle of almost 45 degrees.

Maniava is a waterfall in the Carpathians, a hydrological monument of nature of national importance. It is located within Bohorodchany district, southwest of the village of Maniava. The waterfall is about 20 meters high. It is one of the highest waterfalls in the Ukrainian Carpathians.

Bukhtivets is a waterfall in the Carpathian Mountains, in the Gorgany mountain range. It is located on the Bukhtivets River, near the village of Bukove. The waterfall is almost eight meters high and a meter or two wide.

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