UNESCO fortified church from VISCRI village, Brasov county. These beautiful and picturesque Transylvanian villages charmed even His Royal Highness Charles, the Prince of Wales, who bought and restored two 18th-century Saxon houses.
The Prince of Wales' Guesthouse, Romania. The Prince of Wales hopes that his guesthouse in Viscri will encourage more people visit Transylvania and in this way promote sustainable development and tourism http://www.organicholidays.co.uk/at/2518.htm
Prince Charles's Guesthouse at Viscri in Transylvania 1 /2 - YouTube
Romania: Viscri ~ This Saxon village got a lucky break when it became the beneficiary of the Mihai Eminescu Trust, a nonprofit overseen by Prince Charles that’s devoted to protecting the heritage of Transylvania’s country towns. In Viscri, that means the church and its cemetery (which dates back to the 12th century) is now a UNESCO World Heritage site.