A Traveler's Guide to Germany

A Traveler's Guide to Germany

Part One

Streaming Video - 2005
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Hamburg: Hamburg - Free Hanseatic City and Gate to the World - our travel guide gives a fascinating insight into life of this open-minded capital looking back upon 800 years of traditional in trade. The world-famous free port, Jungfernstieg, St.Pauli landing-stages and Reeperbahn - these are only a few stations of our sight seeing tour by video. See Hamburg in all its variety and enjoy its very own charm. Heidelberg: Heidelberg - the city with heart. Take apart in our sightseeing tour by video. See the famous Castle of Heidelberg throning majestically above the town, he mighty "old Bridge" across the river Neckar, the Holy Ghost Church and the romantic old part of the town with all its lanes and nooks. And not least, enjoy the wide offer of traditional inns and restaurants contributing to Heidelberg's well-known character as being one of the oldest university cities. And you will join in the most popular song: "I've lost my heart in Heidelberg", and much more. Berlin: Berlin, metropolis in the heart of Europe, in former times residence of the German emperors and today one of the most exciting places on earth and much much more. Accompany us on our video tour into history and see the touching moments Berlin celebrates the reunion of its eastern and western parts. Admire the famous sights of city, as Brandenburger Tor, Palace Charlottenburg, Checkpoint Charlie, Kurfurstendamm, the Opera and Wannsee. Munich: The city with heart and soul! Munich, capital of Bavaria. Take a stroll and see the famous sights of the city such as Frauenkirche, Hofbrauhaus, the magnificent old city hall, Victual Market and Olympic Center. Enjoy one of the world's most spectacular events - the Oktoberfest in Munich. Bavarian Forest: An original landscape - a genuine nature - follow our travel guide on video and discover the most fascinating places of the Bavarian Forest. Shown are glass-blowers, wood-carvers, national parks and wonderful views of the old Bavarian towns Rastisbon and Passau. Last not least, admire the world's greatest organ in Passau. A journey through the Bavarian Forest - for tourists seeking something extra-ordinary. South Germany: From the highest peak of the German Alps, the Zugspitze, up to Frankfurt - our travel guide on video gives a comprehensive view about the southern part of West-Germany. Unique impressions from Bavaria, Frankonia, Badenia, Wuerttemberg an the Black Forest, fascinating pictures of the magnificent cities Munich, Nuernberg, Wuerzburg and Heidelberg - see the tourist highlights of Germany and get an interesting insight into life in Germany. Romantic Road: From Witzburg, passing Rothenburg Dinkelsbuhl, Nordlingen and Augsburg up to the most famous roads takes its course - the Romantic Road. Following the traces of the past we see ysterious castles of the Middle Ages, ancient towers, magnificent old towns and the fabulous palace of Neuschwanstein. Admire the splendor of the Alpine mountain lakes and colorful dance of the shepherds. Accompany us on our video tour to the historic places and enjoy the magic of the Romantic Road. Magic Rhine: Praised in many songs, treasure of the Mibelunger-that is the Rhine-every year visited by millions of travellers from all over the world. Our travel guide on video shows the sources of the river, passing Liechtenstein and running into the Lake of Constance. The falls of the Rhine at Schaffhausen, the ancient towns of Strassburg, Mayence and Koblenz are further stations of our journey. Following the river you are enjoying romantic towns, ancient castles, vineyards and a unique landscape-history still becomes alive.
Publisher: [United States] : Education 2000 Inc. : Made available through hoopla, 2005
Branch Call Number: eVideo hoopla
Characteristics: 1 online resource (2 video files (ca. 252 min.)) : sd., col
Additional Contributors: hoopla digital

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