Project Description

King Charles speaks about Romania-Why Pure?

Pure Romania – Romania offers a rich experience with its 4000 years of history, ancient fortress cities, well-preserved villages, people immersed in ancient traditions, diverse nature, and a blend of contrasts and equilibrium. Visiting Romania feels like stepping into a realm where time moves slowly, nature is generous, the sky feels within reach, and those residing away from bustling cities wear constant smiles.

Interview with King Charles III by BBC (Wild Carpathia) from when he was still a prince

King Charles III speaks about Romania

Charlie Ottley BBC: So what do you love most about Romania?

King Charles: It’s the timelessness of it which is so remarkable, almost out of some of those stories one used to read as a child. It’s quite remarkable. People are yearning for that sense of belonging and identity and meaning!

And we have to find, we have to rediscover some of these aspects of the way we produce food and live and maintain and give back to nature, if we are going to make sure this whole system continues; and that’s why human cultural systems matter because they are intimately linked to that aspect of nature. It’s in us, but we’ve somehow denied it and thrown it away and said it doesn’t matter, it doesn’t exist, it’s irrelevant. It isn’t irrelevant!

Charlie Ottley BBC: It nourishes the soul and the heart.

Prince Charles:  That’s what Romania does for you!

Wild Carpathia – a Travel Channel documentary about Romania and its pureness

HRH The King of Great Britain reveals the passion he developed for Romania when he was Prince of Whales in Wild Carpathia a documentary on the extraordinary natural beauty and cultural richness of the Carpathian Mountains in Transylvania.

Photographs Copyright: Adrian PetrisorClaudiu Guraliuc