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  • The Baltic forest and moorland

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    The wide, often untouched wilderness of the Baltic hinterland is home to many animals. More than 350 brown bears live in the primeval forests of Alutaguse. In the spring, the Soomaa National Park transforms into a huge lake. Europe's widest waterfall is located in Latvia. In the beginning of May, vimba bream follow the course of the River Venta. The hardly 50-centimetre-long fish have to overcome a 400-metre-long rock barrier in order to reach their spawning grounds.
    The Baltics are rich in superlatives: a fifth of the world's spotted eagle stocks breed here. One of the largest courtship arenas for snipes is located here in the floodplains of Latvia. More than 1000 wolves go on the hunt in Latvia's forests. Lithuania is the land of storks - with over 13.000 pairs, no other region in the Baltic States has more white storks.

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  • The Baltic coast

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    This episode presents the natural beauty of the shifting sand dunes of the Curonian Spit, the romantic beaches of the Latvian Baltic Sea and the island worlds of Estonia. Time and again, this deserted and almost untouched nature fascinates. In the winter, ringed seals give birth to their young on the pack ice. In the spring, Konik wild horse stallions fight fierce battles amongst themselves, while colourful European rollers fly through the dune forests. Lynxes wander through the coastal forests and in the orchid meadows turncoats and hoopoes find more than enough food. On the islands around Saaremaa in Estonia, grey seals hunt for fish. They share the archipelago with Europe’s largest tern, the Caspian tern.

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  • Idyllic Poland - From the Masuria to the beaches of the Baltic Sea

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    The world‘s best helicopter camera system - the Cineflex Camera - was used for this documentary and delivered fantastic images in HD quality, revealing the surprisingly diverse landscapes and fascinating towns of Poland from a bird‘s eye view of Poland‘s medieval towns, the modern silhouette of Warsaw, the untouched nature of the border regions between east and west, the coasts to the north and the mountain ranges of the south.

  • The Baltic Forest: A Home for many Brown Bears

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    The wide, often untouched wilderness of the Baltic hinterland is home to many animals. More than 350 brown bears live in the primeval forests of Alutaguse. In the spring, the Soomaa National Park transforms into a huge lake. Europe's widest waterfall is located in Latvia. In the beginning of May, vimba bream follow the course of the River Venta. The hardly 50-centimetre-long fish have to overcome a 400-metre-long rock barrier in order to reach their spawning grounds.
    The Baltics are rich in superlatives: a fifth of the world's spotted eagle stocks breed here. One of the largest courtship arenas for snipes is located here in the floodplains of Latvia. More than 1000 wolves go on the hunt in Latvia's forests. Lithuania is the land of storks - with over 13.000 pairs, no other region in the Baltic States has more white storks.

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  • The Baltics: The Best of Estonia, Latvia, & Lithuania

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    Heading to the Baltics, but not sure where to go or what to expect? Here are some suggestions for a two week vacation in Estonia, Latvia, and Lithuania. From enjoying the nightlife of Riga, to the churches in Vilnius, to the incredible old town of Tallinn, there is a lot to enjoy in the Baltics and it is not too expensive of a trip either.
    Filmed in Vilnius, Riga, and Tallinn
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  • The Baltic Coast: Wild Animal Paradise | Free Documentary Nature

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    The Baltic Coast: Wild Animal Paradise | Free Wildlife Documentary

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    This documentary presents the natural beauty of the shifting sand dunes of the Curonian Spit, the romantic beaches of the Latvian Baltic Sea and the island worlds of Estonia. Time and again, this deserted and almost untouched nature fascinates. In the winter, ringed seals give birth to their young on the pack ice. In the spring, Konik wild horse stallions fight fierce battles amongst themselves, while colourful European rollers fly through the dune forests. Lynxes wander through the coastal forests and in the orchid meadows turncoats and hoopoes find more than enough food. On the islands around Saaremaa in Estonia, grey seals hunt for fish. They share the archipelago with Europe’s largest tern, the Caspian tern.

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  • Why Are There Megaphones in This Estonian Forest? | Atlas Obscura

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    Deep in a forest that’s three hours from Estonia’s capital, is a hidden acoustic wonder: three megaphones clustered together in an art installation known as RUUP. The megaphones act as amplifiers to enhance the sounds of the waving trees and birds singing, and listeners are invited to come to the center of the clearing to experience a unique surround sound effect reflecting the sounds of Estonia’s Võru County forest.

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  • The Baltics: Untouched Animal Paradise | Free Documentary Nature

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    The Baltics: Untouched Animal Paradise | Free Wildlife Documentary

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    The wide, often untouched wilderness of the Baltic hinterland is home to many animals. More than 350 brown bears live in the primeval forests of Alutaguse. In the spring, the Soomaa National Park transforms into a huge lake. Europe's widest waterfall is located in Latvia. In the beginning of May, vimba bream follow the course of the River Venta. The hardly 50-centimetre-long fish have to overcome a 400-metre-long rock barrier in order to reach their spawning grounds.
    The Baltics are rich in superlatives: a fifth of the world's spotted eagle stocks breed here. One of the largest courtship arenas for snipes is located here in the floodplains of Latvia. More than 1000 wolves go on the hunt in Latvia's forests. Lithuania is the land of storks - with over 13.000 pairs, no other region in the Baltic States has more white storks.

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  • 05 Siberia: The Frozen Forest

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    Realms Of The Russian Bear Episode 5

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  • Estonias enchanted islands - Kihnu, Hiiumaa, Saaremaa & Co

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    Kihnu is one of 19 inhabited Estonian islands. When the women there ride motorcycles in colourful skirts, it is summer. Thanks to its remoteness, charming traditions have been preserved here. More than 2,000 islands belong to Estonia, none is like the other, each with its own character. Most of them were military restricted areas during the Soviet Union. Of all things, the strict shielding had its good points: beach, forest, juniper groves, they still characterise the landscape of Estonia's enchanted islands.

    Elly Karjam is a multi-jobber: lighthouse keeper, ice-cream producer and contract knitter for the famous Kihnu sweaters. Summer is high season for her: She is expecting guests from the USA, who had their ancestors on Kihnu.

    Birches have to be cut for the so-called viht. This bunch of birch branches is an important accessory for the traditional sauna at midsummer. And the motorcycles in the shed are to be refloated.

    The second largest island in Estonia is Hiiumaa. It was a completely military exclusion zone during the Soviet Union. Visitors were not allowed, boats were locked away overnight, beaches were guarded. The fear that people could flee to Finland or Sweden was too great. This Sleeping Beauty hibernation has preserved nature, until today Hiiumaa is the most densely forested region in Estonia.

    The trees have released creativity in Jaan Alliksoo: He uses jetsam and wood to construct bizarre buildings. In the meantime a whole fantastic village has been created, in the centre a spectacular replica of the Eiffel Tower in Paris. He is currently tuning his Jaanmobil: a racing car made entirely of juniper, the cypress of the north.

    For Indrek Kääramees, Hiiumaa means the world. He sings about it in his sailor songs. Now a world tour is also on the cards: For the band's tenth anniversary, the fisherman from Orjaku is going to the other end of his world, to Kalana, an incredible 50 kilometers away.

    Kassari, the wild and romantic archipelago off Hiiumaa, is the workplace of Triinu Schneider. Her job is to look after the horse kindergarten and to drive small groups of young horses from one island to another. This is an action on behalf of the EU against the reforestation of the archipelago.

    On Saaremaa, the largest Estonian island, less than 14 people per square kilometer live. But for a few years now, young people have been coming back, creating their own jobs. Mihkel Tamm and Grete Riim from Tallinn have come up with a start-up that solves two problems of their home island at once: With straws made of reed they not only fight the reeds, but also the plastic flood.

  • Appalachia - The Endless Forest - The Secrets of Nature

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    This film explores the hidden worlds of these remote valleys, and uncovers a wealth of nature, from bears and salamanders to vultures and flying squirrels. But human culture here is as rich as the natural history.

  • National geographic - Strange Things In the Amazon Forest - BBC wildlife animal documentary

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    National geographic - Strange Things In the Amazon Forest - BBC wildlife animal documentary
    The Amazon rainforest (Portuguese: Floresta Amazônica or Amazônia; Spanish: Selva Amazónica, Amazonía or usually Amazonia; French: Forêt amazonienne; Dutch: Amazoneregenwoud), also known in English as Amazonia or the Amazon Jungle, is a moist broadleaf forest that covers most of the Amazon basin of South America. This basin encompasses 7,000,000 square kilometres (2,700,000 sq mi), of which 5,500,000 square kilometres (2,100,000 sq mi) are covered by the rainforest. This region includes territory belonging to nine nations. The majority of the forest is contained within Brazil, with 60% of the rainforest, followed by Peru with 13%, Colombia with 10%, and with minor amounts in Venezuela, Ecuador, Bolivia, Guyana, Suriname and French Guiana. States or departments in four nations contain Amazonas in their names. The Amazon represents over half of the planet's remaining rainforests, and comprises the largest and most biodiverse tract of tropical rainforest in the world, with an estimated 390 billion individual trees divided into 16,000 species.

  • The wonderful world of birds

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    By monitoring ten interesting bird-watching locations, we document not only the silver herons in the Westerwald, but also the last great bustards in Havelland. Then there are the great crested grebes in their splendid plumages, shown building their nests and during courtship, in an area of extinct volcanoes: the Eiffel.
    Add to this, exotic wild birds and colorful parakeets, the newest members of the population in a park in Wiesbaden. We have resting migratory birds, ducks and waders on the west banks of the Steinhuder Lake.
    On the border to the Netherlands, in the moorlands near Münster, we find the only wild flamingos in Germany. Equally interesting are the fire geese, avocets and many birds of the coastal region not far from Hamburg harbor. At Federsee Lake in Upper Swabia, we observe the inhabitants of the extensive reed zones: bearded tits. Then we have the birds of fortune, the cranes, which interrupt their long journeys by resting on the Baltic coast. Last, but not least, in the Feldberg lake region we accompany the ranger on an exciting sea eagle excursion. With this film, you are invited to experience a journey through the wonderful world of birds.

  • Ship in Storm | MONSTER WAVE DESTROYS Oil Tankers Bridge in Baltic Sea!

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    During a heavy storm in the Baltic Sea this Russian Oil Tanker was hit by a monster wave from the side so heavily that it destroyed several parts of the bridge! Luckily, they made it back to safety! Subscribe for extreme weather content ►

    The incident happened in January.

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  • Germanys Wild Birds - Rulers of the Air | Free Documentary Nature

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    Germany's Wild Birds - Rulers of the Air | Wildlife Documentary

    Birds are truly universal and can be found almost everywhere on our planet!
    By monitoring ten interesting bird-watching locations, we document not only the silver herons in the Westerwald, but also the last great bustards in Havelland. Then there are the great crested grebes in their splendid plumages, shown building their nests and during courtship, in an area of extinct volcanoes: the Eiffel.
    Add to this, exotic wild birds and colorful parakeets, the newest members of the population in a park in Wiesbaden. We have resting migratory birds, ducks and waders on the west banks of the Steinhuder Lake.
    On the border to the Netherlands, in the moorlands near Münster, we find the only wild flamingos in Germany. Equally interesting are the fire geese, avocets and many birds of the coastal region not far from Hamburg harbor. At Federsee Lake in Upper Swabia, we observe the inhabitants of the extensive reed zones: bearded tits. Then we have the birds of fortune, the cranes, which interrupt their long journeys by resting on the Baltic coast. Last, but not least, in the Feldberg lake region we accompany the ranger on an exciting sea eagle excursion. With this film, you are invited to experience a journey through the wonderful world of birds.

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  • Nocturnal wanderer: The fire salamander

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    Almost everyone knows of him, but very rarely does anyone actually get to see this nocturnal wanderer. This is because he leads a secret, silent and absolutely inconspicuous life, that of a loner, only on the move after dusk. In addition to this, he has survived the dinosaurs as a kind of relic from the dawn of time: The fire, or spotted salamander, a colourful inhabitant of German beech forests. Yet still not everything is known regarding this extraordinary animal and his fascinating way of life.
    Impressive footage provides an exciting insight into the hidden life of the spotted salamander, the most prominent representative of amphibians living in Germany. For the very first time, this film documents in detail, the adventurous living conditions of salamander larvae, whose first weeks are more of a race against time, of life or death. No one has ever captured the lives of these rare forest-dwellers in such detail and as compelling as this on film before.

  • River Without Frontiers - The Secrets of Nature

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    The Morava river with its forests is one of the most beautiful and ecologically valuable riverscapes featuring the richest biodiversity in all of Central Europe. Like a green ribbon, the riverine forests of the Morava – together with those of the Danube and the Dyje – link the Alps with the Carpathians, forming a bridge between Eastern and Central Europe. The influence of the Pannonian climate with its hot and dry summers combines with the slowly receding high waters to form a mosaic of extremely different habitats: moist meadows lie close to sand dunes, riverine forests alternate with dry primeval oak forests. This enormous diversity of habitats creates a refuge for animal and plant species, a specific composition that cannot be found in any other place.

  • Russias rough Norwegian sea coast

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    Murmansk, the metropolis on the Barents Sea, is anything but Russia's cold north. There's always something going on here, for example the Olympic Polar Games. Ice surfing and ice swimming, reindeer racing, the first atom ice breaker in the history of the world, a corner shop in ice and snow, endearing village school lessons and the singing Norwegian Sea Fleet - arctic lifestyle far away, north of the polar circle.

  • Eastern Europes Baltic forest and moorland wildlife

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    The wide, often untouched wilderness of the Baltic hinterland is home to many animals. More than 350 brown bears live in the primeval forests of Alutaguse. In the spring, the Soomaa National Park transforms into a huge lake. Europe's widest waterfall is located in Latvia. In the beginning of May, vimba bream follow the course of the River Venta. The hardly 50-centimetre-long fish have to overcome a 400-metre-long rock barrier in order to reach their spawning grounds.
    The Baltics are rich in superlatives: a fifth of the world's spotted eagle stocks breed here. One of the largest courtship arenas for snipes is located here in the floodplains of Latvia. More than 1000 wolves go on the hunt in Latvia's forests. Lithuania is the land of storks - with over 13.000 pairs, no other region in the Baltic States has more white storks.

  • National Geographic Wild - Wildest Europe Forests & Woodlands - BBC Documentary History

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  • Baltic Forest Products

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  • 12 villages hike Baltic forests with Walking tour

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  • Dancing Forest - Baltic Mystery. Kaliningrad, Russia.

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    Located on the thin Curonian Spit that splits the Curonian Lagoon from the Baltic Sea, lies one of the strangest natural phenomena on Earth.

    Known as the Dancing Forest by caretakers of Curonian Spit National Park and as the Drunken Forest, by locals, this unusual pine forest is made of trees of various shapes, most of them twisted in circles and spirals, along the ground. The video made in 2012.

  • Northern Woods - A Tribute to the Ancient Forests of the North | Free Documentary Nature

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    Northern Woods - A Tribute to the Ancient Forests of the North | Nature Documentary

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    Northern Woods is a homage and a cultural-historical consideration at the same time. The film portrays the German/Northern European forest and shows its development from primeval to intensively managed forest. It was once inhabited by wild animals such as wolves, bears, eagles, deer and musk ox. Its cultivation was carried out by Celts and Teutons. Today the forest is often a victim of environmental degradation and overexploitation.

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  • The Baltic Forest: A Home for many Brown Bears, European brown bear

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    The Baltic Forest: A Home for many Brown Bears
    European brown bear

  • Kamchatka WildernessNature DocumentaryHD

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    Kamchatka a land of fire and ice, the volcanic peninsula of Kamchatka lies in Russia’s far east. With the land constantly being reworked by eruptions and landslides, this far-flung part of the country is dangerous, but incredibly fertile. Heading right into this magical land, this stunning film follows soaring golden eagles, scavenging wolverines, young red foxes and local brown bears partial to a dip in a natural hot spring.

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  • The Lost Forests of New England - Eastern Old Growth

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    The story of New England's ancient, old growth forests... what they once were, what changes have taken place across central New England since European settlers arrived, and what our remnant old growth stands look like today.

    Features appearances by:

    David Foster, David Orwig, Neil Pederson (Harvard Forest)
    Tony D'Amato (University of Vermont)
    Tom Wessels (Antioch University New England)
    Peter Dunwiddie (University of Washington)
    Bob Leverett (Native Tree Society)
    Joan Maloof (Old Growth Forest Network).

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  • Wild Edens: Russia

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    WILD EDENS: RUSSIA IS NOW AVAILABLE ONLINE TO AUDIENCES ACROSS THE WORLD!

    “The Wild Edens: Russia” documentary shows the biggest country on our planet with some of the most extreme habitats anywhere on Earth. Covering 17 million square kilometres between Eastern Europe and the Pacific, Russia is a land of mystery with the rarest and most iconic creatures you’ve ever seen.

    Enjoy the diverse landscape ranging from the harsh isolated wilderness of the Arctic, incredible Kamchatka and its 29 active volcanoes, endless Siberian forests, the vast Caspian Sea and barren deserts. These Wild Edens is a fragile paradise, where the ecosystems are especially vulnerable to the effects of global warming.

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  • The Baltic Countries

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    In this Video I take a look at the 3 Baltic nations. Enjoy guys.

  • Wild 2016 HD Documentary Planet Earth II The Secret Forest Russia

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  • The Baltic: Sea of Opportunity full version

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    What if the Baltic Sea's pollutants could be turned into a resource?
    This film features circular innovations that recover and reuse nutrients, and sustainability experts highlighting the way forward for these innovations to take root for a healthier, sustainable Baltic. Read more at

  • Beavers in the Baltic sea region

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    Beavers are great modifiers of the landscape. By damming they create new water curses and new habitats. The damming activity causes conflict not least with forestry, since large areas are flooded in particular in flat parts of the Baltic Sea region. This short film gives an introduction to beaver management and shows examples how to reduce the conflict, by showing examples of good beaver sites and techniques to reduce the negative impact.

  • WAMBAF project entitled: “Water Management in Baltic Forests Day 1

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    Online transmission Mid-Time Conference of the WAMBAF project entitled: “Water Management in Baltic Forests, 26-27.09.2017

  • First Person Forest Nothing....

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    This is what regret looks like... and it did not go as planned!

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  • Baltic University - The Baltic Sea Environment - Session 4 - Man and the baltic sea

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    Pedersöre TV 1993

  • Germanys spectacular Bird Diversity

    52:08

    By monitoring ten interesting bird-watching locations, we document not only the silver herons in the Westerwald, but also the last great bustards in Havelland. Then there are the great crested grebes in their splendid plumages, shown building their nests and during courtship, in an area of extinct volcanoes: the Eiffel.
    Add to this, exotic wild birds and colorful parakeets, the newest members of the population in a park in Wiesbaden. We have resting migratory birds, ducks and waders on the west banks of the Steinhuder Lake.
    On the border to the Netherlands, in the moorlands near Münster, we find the only wild flamingos in Germany. Equally interesting are the fire geese, avocets and many birds of the coastal region not far from Hamburg harbor. At Federsee Lake in Upper Swabia, we observe the inhabitants of the extensive reed zones: bearded tits. Then we have the birds of fortune, the cranes, which interrupt their long journeys by resting on the Baltic coast. Last, but not least, in the Feldberg lake region we accompany the ranger on an exciting sea eagle excursion. With this film, you are invited to experience a journey through the wonderful world of birds.

  • Baltic states create travel bubble as pandemic curbs eased

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    Latvia, Lithuania, and Estonia will open their borders to each others’ citizens from May 15, creating a Baltic “travel bubble” within the European Union amid an easing of pandemic restrictions.

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  • History of the Baltic States

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    See the history of the Baltic States from the Crusader States, the great Empires and all the way to the precent day.

  • Virgo - Documentary about Biodiversity & Virgin Forests of Romania

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    A poetic journey through the Biodiversity and Virgin Forests of Romania.

    VIRGO explores one of the most unique biodiversity ecosystems in Europe, which happens to be breathing in Romania.
    However, its forests are threatened by illegal deforestation and lack of conservation awareness.
    Being the unconventional documentary that it is, Virgo invites you
    to experience a non-verbal-visual meditation through various forms of relief.
    A green manifesto for our ultimate Mother.

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  • Against The Odds: How the Baltics Survived the Crisis

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    A huge party that led to a massive hangover. That is how many people describe what happened to the three Baltic republics, Estonia, Latvia, and Lithuania from the time they joined the European Union to the global economic crisis.

    Read more about how the Baltics defied predictions that they would have to devalue their currencies at

  • Siberia. Wild Russian Nature. Nat Geo Wild

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    Siberia. Wild Russian Nature. Nat Geo Wild
    Take a trek into Wild Russia to experience a land of fire and ice, polar bears and tigers.

    Sprawling over 11 time zones and two continents from Europe to the Pacific, and beyond the magnificent cities of Moscow and St. Petersburg, this huge country contains a wealth of unspoilt natural wilderness.

    Through unprecedented access we showcase the spectacle that is Wild Russia. From east to west, via mountains, volcanoes, deserts, lakes and Arctic ice, this breathtaking six-part series uses stunning cinematography to chart the dazzling natural wonders of this vast country.

    SIBERIA
    Accounting for around 10 per cent of the world’s dry land, Siberia is famous as a brutally cold place. Yet it is home to a diverse range of habitats and animal life – including musk deer, camels, gazelles and the extraordinary Siberian salamander, which can spend years encased in -40°C ice and still survive. Exploring from the frozen north to the southern steppes, this is the real Siberia.

    KAMCHATKA
    A land of fire and ice, the volcanic peninsula of Kamchatka lies in Russia’s far east. With the land constantly being reworked by eruptions and landslides, this far-flung part of the country is dangerous, but incredibly fertile. Heading right into this magical land, this stunning film follows soaring golden eagles, scavenging wolverines, young red foxes and local brown bears partial to a dip in a natural hot spring.

    ARCTIC
    The Russian Arctic is one of the world’s most extreme habitats, yet it is a haven for polar bears, lemmings, arctic foxes and walruses. In late August, massive muskoxen bulls gather together to compete for mating dominance. Each bull can weigh 400 kilogrammes and charge at a speed of 40 kilometres an hour; a head-to-head impact can be heard more than a kilometre away.

    THE GREAT DIVIDE
    From high snowy peaks to baking deserts, the Caucasus is much more than a simple mountain range. With habitats including forests, alpine meadows and arid salt flats, like the rest of Russia it boasts a dazzling array of wildlife. Home to wild boars, Eurasian lynx, long-eared hedgehogs, bezoar ibex, rare highland European bison and the truly bizarre glass lizard, this area is another

  • What is the EU Strategy for the Baltic Sea Region?

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    The promotional video of EU Strategy for the Baltic Sea Region (EUSBSR) focuses on the main objectives of the Strategy – Save the Sea, Connect the Region and Increase Prosperity.

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    Produced by: Very Ltd.
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