Here’s the third part of the Wild Carpathia documentary. This time about northern Romania, a world of medieval villages, ancient monasteries, historic traditions and mesmerizing beauty.

Charlie Ottley visits Northern Romania and the Maramures, one of the most picturesque regions in The Carpathians. Here Charlie experiences traditional festivals and weddings and learns about the evolution of Romanian music with renowned folk singer Grigore Lese and pop idol Loredana Groza. Travelling across the top of the country towards Moldova, Charlie meets the monks at the famous Bucovina painted monasteries. Ending his journey at the dramatic Bicaz Gorge and Lacu Rosu, Charlie looks at ways tourism is helping to preserve the last great wilderness in Europe. With a number of local and internationally acclaimed personalities also highlighting the importance of the area, Charlie discusses the region with HRH The Prince of Wales who, once again, demonstrates his great passion for this unique country.

Wild Carpathia Series

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