Fossiliferous sites of Romania
Cirstea Danut, student at the Facultatea de Agricultura-Horticultura din cadrul Universitatii din Craiova has made an interesting study of a curious cross like object on a fossil bone. It turns out to be a completely natural phenomenon, with nothing to do with any religious aspects.
| The Fossiliferous site of Vogna |
The Valley of Vogna has fossils from the Romanian II era. about two million years old.
| The Fossiliferous site of Bilta |
Bilta is a small village near the town of Filiaşi, in the south west of Romania, at the intersection of three rivers, the Jiu, Motru and Gilort. Bilta is placed in the valley of the great river Jiu, which is the middle of the three rivers, under a landscape of hills and extensive forests.
| The Fossiliferous site of Meteu |
The village Meteu is north west of the small town of Bradesti, about 11.5 km from Filiaşi, in the valley of the Jiu river.
| The Fossiliferous site of Bucovatz |
| The Fossiliferous site of Timisini |
| The Fossiliferous site 1.5 km west of Bilta |
This is a newly discovered site just outside a big forest. Here a small river flows out of the forest, becoming the source of the Balta River, which passes through Bilta, and empties into the Jiu River.
Alexis Project Filiasi/Romania
RC J/263/230/2007 CIF 21464151
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