Danube Delta World Heritage Site

River delta in east-central Europe

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Dalmatian Pelican and Great Cormorant in the Danube Delta

The Danube Delta (Delta Dunarii) is a UNESCO World Heritage site in Dobruja, in the far eastern corner of Romania, at the border with Ukraine. The delta formed by the Danube River entering the Black Sea, it is world famous for its saline-marine ecosystems.

The largest town, at the head of the delta, is Tulcea, where there is a visiting centre for the Delta. There are ferry services from Tulcea into the delta. Sulina and Sfântu Gheorghe are small towns, lying at the end of the Danube, on the Black Sea coast.


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