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The valley of Hátzeg itself is wide, long, and open. It is a separate valley, opening from the west into the Strehl valley; commencing at the foot of Retgezat, it terminates near the town of Hátzeg. The physical geography of this part of the Carpa­ thian chain is well seen in the valley of the Strehl and of the small tributary entering near Hátzeg. The chief mountain axis ranges east and west at some distance to the south. It culminates at the mountain called Retgezat (something more than 8000 English feet above the sea), closing up one end of the Zsil valley, and by Earang, little inferior in height, proudly standing up as a barrier at the other end.

For the first ten miles the road crosses part of the ©BCU Cluj THE MAROS 25 VALLEY. vast plains of the Danube and Theiss, that great open flat that has been well named the European pampas. ~ It is not always a dead level, but the undulations are so small compared with the extent of ground that when seen from a distance they die away and are hardly recognized. There is hardly a limit to the amount of produce obtainable from these alluvial lands. The true hills rise at first quite abruptly from the plain, and are recognized by the geological eye as being absolutely unconnected with the undulations above spoken of.

At a distance are seen a few low whitewashed buildings rising out of the plain, and a little stunted vegetation. All else is loose alluvial sand. There are no stones obtainable, and, therefore, there is no road. The waggons and carts proceeding to the station make the best of their way over the ground in dry weather ©BCU Cluj 22 RAILWAYS OF T H E THEISS VALLEY. through clouds of dust, in rainy weather through quagmire. A walk of a quarter of an hour brings one to the town. It consists of rows of small white houses and gardens, the rows parallel to each other, but a con­ siderable distance apart, and thus forming a kind of wide street.

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