This post was made in case you thought there
was nothing to be done in and around Romania.
Visiting Viscri, in central Romania, is like journeying into the past —
to a medieval landscape and existence that has been bypassed by all things modern.
The village of Viscri (German: Deutschweißkirch is part of Buneşti commune in Romania.
The village is small, with a population of roughly 400 people and is part of the Saxon villages
with fortified churches in Transylvania ( the name "Transylvania" is Latin for "Beyond the Forest") , designated in 1993 as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO.
In 2006, The Prince of Wales bought and restored two 18th Century Saxon houses
in the Transylvanian villages of Malancrav and Viscri
to help protect the unique way of life that has existed
for hundreds of years and promote sustainable tourism.
His Royal Highness , Charles - The Prince of Wales has a long-standing interest in Romania and has visited the country
regularly since his first visit in 1998.
London Evening Standard
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