Un articol marca BBC despre Romania rurala cu partile ei interesante si inedite.
Romania has seen enormous changes since the end of Communist rule but, in the foothills of the Carpathian mountains, life still seems to go on much as it has done for hundreds of years.
Earlier that morning, I had joined a cheerful crowd of 50 or 60 farmers in a village square in south-west Romania for the annual smalzul or „measuring of sheep’s milk”.
We had clambered into a motley assortment of cars, vans, tractors (and this elderly truck) and were climbing through forests of tall, freshly sprouting beech trees to a sheep fold around 700m (2,300ft) higher up.
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