The Mures Floodplain Natural Park, set aside by way of the Romanian authorities in 2005, is placed in western Romania outdoor the city of Arad. The park covers 17,455 ha and follows the Mure? River westward from the town of Arad to the Hungarian border. The park is a regular environment for wetlands, with jogging waters, lakes, swamps and floodplains, with forests, an crucial region for the passage and nesting of chicken species and is subjected to periodical floods The forests 7,500 ha within the park are made up more often than not of not unusual oak, narrow-leafed ash, black and white poplar, white willow, and American black walnut. This location is an important region for nesting and passage for nearly 200 species of birds, most of which are strictly blanketed across the world. The important reason of the Mure? Floodplain Natural Park is to guard and keep the habitats and landscape range from the location.
The park has been precise a RAMSAR site, and below Natura 2000, the park became unique a SPA Special Protection Area for birds, and a SAC for other species and habitats. There are 3 monasteries within the park boundaries. All three monasteries are owned and operated by means of their respective churches, but due to their proximity to the Mure? River and its essential ecosystem, those lands fall below the supervision and protection of the Mure? Floodplain Natural Park. On the northern side of the river is the Saint Paraschiva Monastery, which can be located just out of doors the village of Bodrogu Vechi. This is the newest monastery inside the park and is accessed from the metropolis of Pecica.