They provide markers of the time that passes and stand as a testimony to our collective life. From Greece to Sweden, we discover the most remarkable and emblematic trees in Europe. A unique exploration of the link between man and these exceptional trees: between nature and culture.

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Episode 2 Feb, 27 2018 02:57 pm
Episode 2: From fathers to sons In Germany, a majestic, solitary oak stands regally in the middle of a field. In Italy, a venerable cypress, said to have been planted by Saint Francis of Assisi in the 13th century, now grows in the middle of a cloister, the heart of the Franciscan monastery built around it. Directed by: Christophe d'Yvoire, Henri de Gerlache (France, 2015) Narrated by: Jacques Gamblin.
Episode 3 Mar, 06 2018 02:55 pm
Episode 3: The roots of childhood The linden dance tree in Hemmelsberg, Germany, and the so-called Whiteleaved Oak in England, raise extraordinary curiosity and vitality. Both trees, one lost in the countryside and the other in the centre of a village, attract visitors who seem to find their erstwhile spirit of childhood through contact with them. Directed by: Christophe d'Yvoire, Henri de Gerlache (France, 2015) Narrated by: Jacques Gamblin.