They say that these places once, and ogres lived here were
the best pastures and the more beautiful and more cattle.
Being a manors it, attracted people who have banished the
ogres and they took the land and cattle. Ogres have never
occurred on earth and are going now living under ground,
that's their world.
But the anger people remained until today and they seek
revenge for what the river they have made people, elongate
them on earth. Therefore, they do mesh ogres, mud pits, in
which water and stammering milul. In many mesh to keep the
water clear and good and if any man or any life is so
drink, the eye opens and Swallow man or animal and nobody
him out, his pull down in the bottom of Earth, ogres.
It's not good to approaching humans or life of the mesh,
as it danger, but they know that many were missing soak in
the large mesh as the wheel carrier.
The mud volcanoes create a strange lunar landscape, due to the absence of vegetation around
the cones. Vegetation is scarce because the soil is very salty, an environmental condition in
which few plants can survive. However, this kind of environment is good for some rare species
The volcanoes are not
extremely high (the
highest are probably 5-6
I AM GLAD TO MEET meters) and they are
YOU! not toxic.
The Berca Muddy Volcanoes are rarely visited by local villagers – as they believe the place is
cursed by evil and malefic spirits. The Muddy Volcanoes are also called “the gates of hell”.
Sure the fear of unexplained leaves room for many odd beliefs. Tourists are also rare, but not
because the place is “haunted.” The relatively low number of tourists has more to do with the
roads’ accessibility – you’ll need a Jeep or something similar to drive there. Other cars will
probably give you a hard time.
“Mud volcanoes,” also known as “sedimentary volcanoes” or “gas - oil volcanoes,” are
close cousins to magmatic volcanoes. Just like magmatic volcanoes, they can erupt
powerfully and hurl flames to great heights (sometimes even several hundred of meters).
They spew out millions of cubic meters of hydrocarbon gases and tons of mud. Mud
volcanoes also exist on the floor of the sea and can form islands and banks that alter the
topography and shape of the coastline and even trigger earthquakes.
The Mud Volcanoes are a
geological and botanical
reservation located in the
Berca commune in the Buzau
Country in Romania. Its most
spectacular feature is the
mud volcanoes, small
typically a few meters high
caused by the eruption of
mud and volcanic gases.