Charles, Prince of Wales
Prince Charles visited this Thursday the seat of his namesake foundation in the Transylvanian village of Viscri, accommodated in a house dating back to 1700. Here he met with farmers and artisanal food producers with whom he conversed about ingredients, recipes and marketing methods, as well as the problems they face.
The recent visit to Greece by Charles, Prince of Wales, and Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, was a significant moment in the long and turbulent relations between Greece and the UK, as very few high-ranking British officials have visited our country in recent decades. So the visit by the heir to the throne of the United Kingdom was of great historical and symbolic importance.
While Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras welcomed the Prince of Wales at Maximos Mansion on Wednesday, his partner Betty Baziana escorted Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, through the Benaki Museum in central Athens.
Camilla was reportedly particularly interested in the ornate Byzantine icons and ancient jewelry exhibited in the museum.