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Nicole Kidman may promote Romania as tourist destination

Australian actress Nicole Kidman might promote Romania's tourist attractions in a documentary developed by the Travel Channel, said Paul Lister, the producer of "Wild Carpathia", a film that featured Prince Charles.

For the new documentary, Lister plans to enlist part of the cast of "Cold Mountain", which was shot almost ten years ago in Romania. The film starred Nicole Kidman, Jude Law and Renee Zellweger.

The producer also intends to develop a Facebook game, similar to Farmville, with the theme of conserving Romania's forests.

Prince Charles has promoted the beautiful sites of Transylvania, where his ancestor, Vlad the Impaler lived, in a TV programme "Wild Carpathia", on the Travel Channel.

The 60-minute documentary presents Charlie Ottley venturing deep into the breathtaking but little known mountains and forests of Carpathia.

"Home to bears, wolves and the elusive lynx, this is perhaps the last great wilderness in Europe, seen as never before," the programme is described by Travel Channel.

Ottley also meets HRH Prince Charles to find out why he has a special interest in the area.

Wild Carpathia captures the fragile majesty of a unique eco-system and shows why it deserves to be preserved in all its glory for the benefit of future generations.

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