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Transylvania: Eternal Terrain

Ancient ways of living and eating thrive in the Transylvanian countryside.

Agnes Elek gathers a rooster for her soup pot in Miklosvar.
A kitchen at Count Kalnoky's estate in the village of Miklosvar.
Gyuri Barabas, the local blacksmith in front of his workshop with his apprentice, in the village of Miklosvar.
Haystacks in the field outside Miklosvar.
Tourists on a street in Sighişoara.
Barbu Petru (left) and Tulbure Nicolae (right) gather hay in Crit.
Roma outside the village of Biertan.
Shepherds return from milking their herd, outside of Viscri.
A farmer sharpening his scythe in a field outside of Miklosvar.
Agnes Elek in the kitchen at Count Kalnoky's estate in Miklosvar.
Katalin Simon harvesting carrots at Count Kalnoky's estate in Miklosvar.
Cows heading home at dusk, on the main street in Miklosvar.
Guests assemble for dinner in the cellar dining room at Count Kalnoky's estate in Miklosvar.
The village of Biertan.
Flowers outside a house in Biertan.
Fruit jams made by Gerda Gerghiceau.

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