By D. T. Ansted
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This road consists of one wide paved track, to be used in case of need when nothing else is safe. There is a sandy wilderness adjacent, wide enough for half-a-dozen carriages to roll along side by side in fine weather, and becoming a treacherous morass after rain. A somewhat harder but unpaved path extends between this morass and the houses. Opposite neighbours in this part of the town must be as completely separated from one another during many weeks of the year as if there were a wide stream instead of a road to cross.
T H E district of Hungary we are about to describe is chiefly Transylvanian. It includes part of the important but little-known grand duchy of the Sieben bürgen, part of the adjacent district of the Bannat, a portion of the Military frontier, the Danube from the termination of the railway at Baziasch to the town of Gran, between Pesth and Presberg, and some of the easily-accessible and picturesque country on the left bank of the Danube, within about fifty miles from the river. It is a trip of considerable interest, and made very easily.
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. 2 WATERSHEDS OF T H E DISTRICT. Siebenbürgen from Wallachia, and forming the south ern boundary of the Zsil valley. The low chain, however, is in this case the watershed, the main chain being split asunder at the Vulkan pass by a cleft of nearly 4000 feet, allowing free pas sage to the Zsil river, which is fed by a number of small streamlets in a singular east and west valley of tertiary rocks, and several smaller streams from the north and east.