Turnu Roșu Pass
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|Turnu Roşu Pass|
|Elevation||352 m (1,155 ft)|
Turnu Roşu Pass (Romanian: Pasul Turnu Roşu, Hungarian: Vöröstoronyi-szoros, German: Roter-Turm-Pass, Turkish: Kızılkule Geçidi, all of these names meaning Red Tower Pass in their respective languages) is a mountain pass in the Romanian Carpathians, connecting Vâlcea county (Wallachia) and Sibiu county (Transylvania). It is formed by the Olt River flowing southwards from Transylvania to Wallachia through the Southern Carpathians.
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