The ninth episode stretches from the impressive Dome Hill of Tallinn via thousands of Estonian islands adorning the bay of Riga to the Latvian capital, where Rem Koolhaas forms a new city skyline. Life in the big harbour cities is vibrant, a fresh talent in Tallinn creates green fashion from recycled materials, a young woman continues maritime traditions in the reshaped port of Riga. Along the vast coastline, people strive to preserve pristine landscapes. On Kihnu island, strong women make their way on dickey Russian motorbikes from the Sixties, in Pape, a ranger re-breeds nearly extinct aurochsen. The route ends at the Courland Split, a peninsula of inherent beauty.
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**The Baltic Coasts – Season 2:
Mysterious waters, a fresh sea breeze, life on the islands, vast beaches, steep cliffs, towns with hanseatic heritage. “Mare Balticum” is the term that connects nine countries around Europe’s largest continental waters, the Baltic Sea. Split in two parts of 5 episodes each, the film team started out on the coasts of Germany. This sequel takes the audience on a discovery trip to georgeous sites and cities including Copenhagen, Stockholm, Helsinki, Tallinn, Riga and Gdansk.
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