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The Fântâna Brazilor ROSCI0244 site of community importance is located in the central-western part of Harghita county, at the watershed between the Târnave rivers, on the administrative territory of Corund commune, near the national road DN13A, which connects Sovata with Odorheiu Secuiesc.

The site covers an area of ​​41 hectares.
The predominant geomorphological unit is the plateau. The terrain configuration is slightly undulating.

From an altitudinal point of view, the site is between the minimum altitude of 954 m, and the maximum altitude of 960 m.
The site is a mountainous area with natural meadows, peat bogs, coniferous forests and arable land (framed in the alpine bioregion of the Gurghiului Mountains, relief unit of the Moldo-Transylvanian Carpathians, belonging to the mountain range of the Eastern Carpathians).

Hydrology: The territory is part of the hydrographic basin of the Târnave. Inside the protected area several permanent freshwater springs have been identified, which, on the one hand, are the basis for the supply of the water tank, on the other hand, the main source of water supply is precipitation.

Climate: This region is characterized by ​​cool continental temperate climate, without a well-individualized dry season and with moderate summers; the hot and the cold season are well delimited thermally. The coldest month is January with multiannual average temperatures between -3.70C and -40C, and July is the warmest month with temperatures between 180C and 19.50C. The average multiannual amount of precipitation varies between 700 and 900 mm.