Close to Tulcea, Constanta and the Danube Delta, Enisala is a former
(then Byzantine and
Overlooking Lake Razim, are the vestiges of the Heracleea citadel
(Cetatea Heracleea), built by Genoese merchants in late 13th century, conquered by Sultan Mehmet I
in 1417 (who renamed it "o Yeni Sale")
and finally abandoned by the 16th century.
This is Europe's prime birdwatching area (Danube Delta) and you
are likely to spot white-fronted and red-breasted geese, terns,
waders, pelicans, herons and warblers. »»»
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