The sacred mountain in Romanian are:
"Mount Kogaionon was the sacred mountain of the Dacians." This sacred mountain was inhabited and dominated by the Dacians.
Mount Ceahlau is a mountain considered holy by the Orthodox Romanians. The Romanians attributed it as a feast to this mountain "The Feast of Transfiguration of our Lord Jesus Christ, which is actually the Feast of Ceahlau Mountain - the Holy Mountain."
"On the day of the feast, videlicet, at the Feast of the Transfiguration of our Lord Jesus Christ, the Orthodox Christians and hierarchs ascended"  and ascend to the Ceahlau Mountain in pilgrimage.
In the romanian fairy tales appear the mythical mountains knock in the heads.
A fairy tale showing the mountains that knock in the heads is the Wolf-with-head-iron and another fairy tale is Brave fatherless
 Ceahlăul, Istorii despre Muntele Sfânt, Ana-Maria Bălaş: „Ziua Muntelui Ceahlău“, www.ceahlaul.wordpress.com/, accesat la data de 7.11.2017.
 Pelerin pe muntele sacru, www.jurnalul.ro/timp-liber/culinar/pelerin-pe-muntele-sacru-300568.html, accesat la data de 7.11.2017.
 Preot Profesor Dumitru Chițimuș, Schimbarea la Faţă a Domnului nostru Iisus şi Muntele Sfânt Ceahlău, în „Ziarul Ceahlăul” www.ziarulceahlaul.ro/schimbarea-la-fata-a-domnului-nostru-iisus-si-muntele-sfant-ceahlau/ , accesat la data de 7.11.2017.
 Ioan Pop Reteganul, Povești Ardelenești, Editura Dacia Educațional, Cluj-Napoca, 2005, p. 135.
 Petre Ispirescu, Basme, Editura Eduard, Constanța, 2015, p. 252.