Transylvanian Highlands

Tomatoes, cheese and jazz at the old school in Angofa

8/30/2020, 12:00:00 PM

Sunday, August 30, from 15.00, when the sun is a bit less burning, meet us in the courtyard of the former school in Angofa to enjoy seasonal goodies from Malancrav Gardens and other local producers. We spread the table under the shade of beautiful trees, on the green grass and taste vegetables, cheeses and good wines listening to the soun...

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a unique opportunity to discover this area

Some know it as the area of villages with fortified churches in Transylvania, the cradle of Saxon culture in Romania. Others know it as a Natura 2000 protected area, where thousands of bird species nest that delight you with various trills or as a region with High Nature Value Farms, with extremely varied biodiversity, in which they are preserved traditional agricultural practices. And others know that here you can find monuments part of the UNESCO Heritage (Biertan, Saschiz, Valea Viilor or Viscri) or that it is one of the favorite Romanian places of Prince Charles of Wales.

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