In by admin

The Danube delta is the largest and best preserved of the European deltas, after the Volga Delta. Hosting over 300 species of birds as well as 45 freshwater fish species in its numerous lakes and marshes, it became in 1991  UNESCO list of World Heritage Site. 
About 15,000 people live here, isolated by water, ignored by authorities, without medical assistance or other meanings of transport except boats.  The delta inhabitants earn a living by fishing and farming. Most of them are born here, but others settle so as to be forgotten by the rest of the world. Petrut Calinescu/The Stand