Cheile Bicazului-Hășmaș National Park
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The Cheile Bicazului - Hășmaș (Bicaz Gorges - Hăşmaş Mountains) National Park is located in north-eastern Romania, in the Eastern Carpathians mountain chain. The reservation territory is part of Neamţ and Harghita counties.
The parks area of 6575 ha is divided into two zones: the special conservation zone (78%), and the protection zone (22%).
Natural reserves: The Bicaz Gorges (Neamț district - 1,600 hectars and Harghita district - 2,128 hectars) and Lacu Rosu, Cheile Sugaului (10 hectars) Avenul Licas (5 hectars) the Hasmasul Mare - Piatra Singuratica (the Lonely Stone) and Hasmasul Negru (800 hectars).
- Gheorghe Romanescu, Cristian Constantin Stoleriu and Andrei EneaLimnology of the Red Lake, Romania: An Interdisciplinary Study (2010), p. 1, at Google Books