National Geographic Wild Balkans: Surveying these striking and stark landscapes, one might think they’ve ventured into the Middle-earth of J.R.R. Tolkien’s Lord of the Rings. Indeed the Balkan Peninsula is home to a variety of regions that border on mythical. In Croatia’s Kopacki Rit Wetlands, land mines keep people away, but enable native wildlife to thrive. Further south, Montenegro’s Tara River carves through Europe’s longest and deepest canyon, and neighboring forests provide refuge to rare animals such as the Balkan Lynx. To the east, millions of birds flock to the Danube Delta to feast on swarms of mosquitoes. And at the west of the Balkans is Skadar Lake, a remarkable landscape of peaks and water. This is a journey to a world seemingly forgotten by time. This is the wild Balkans.
|Ratings:||IMDB: N/A Metascore: N/A RT: N/A|
|Released:||June 17, 2012|
National Geographic Wild Balkans Links
National Geographic Wild Balkans Comments
National Geographic Wild Balkans Reviews
Support the Site
Site Updates and News
Did you know you can use Primewire.org and Primewire.is to access this site? Well, now you do.
Check out the personalized TV Schedule.
EmilyC93 : Keanu was -Bill and Ted- bad in this one. The Genre should be changed to Fantasy ...
nappiwon : Great story, love the costumes and the acting wasn't bad at all.. I even enjoyed ...
trust_worthy : the movie is quite enjoyable. The big BUT is that is it a tad slow, so even thou ...
Meadley : Superb superlative, first-rate, first-class, outstanding, remarkable, marvelous, ...
Taranes : Nick turned the guy. Rebbeca or Elijah turned the girl. Girl hates the guys guts ...
nappiwon : I enjoyed watching this one. I can say it was better than the "Vatican Tape ...