The distant Mongolia is one of the most beautiful landscapes on earth, located in the heart of Asia: extiendiéndose from the impenetrable forests of Siberia in the north to the Great Wall in the South. Here we find all kinds of animals, from sheep and mountain goats, horses and wild camels, or gazelles and wolves.
The Drava is one of the great rivers of lowlands of central Europe. It lies on the border between Hungary and Croatia and is virtually untouched, preserved an incredible diversity of plant and animal life. Discover its fascinating history.
Drava, the nature of a river
Puszta, land of salt and sand. Less than an hour south of the Hungarian capital, Budapest, a vast sand dunes environment surprise the traveler. Discover a landscape that is in constant motion, a landscape that one would expect to find in the depths of the African continent.
Salt and Sand on Hungary
Una nueva forma de construir que respeta a la naturaleza, a la Tierra, y que busca un futuro en armonía con el planeta y el medioambiente al reducir aquellos materiales que lo perjudican.
Bioconstrucción, Materiales Naturales
The area of the forests of Bohemia is located in the center of Europe, remains a place strongly transformed by the footprint of the Iron Curtain during the Cold War, with natural landscape on the one hand and the old culture landscape on the other. In the Bohemian Forest there are still villages that include a part of the forest, a practice that was common throughout Europe since the Middle Ages and came to cover up to 70% of the territory. Life was based on the forest was an important means of life for people. The channels were built in the seventeenth century to transport wood still exist today.