Germany: A Tapestry of Tradition

United States, 1989

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Episode of Series “Video visits”.
Visit West Germany, land of castles and kings, cathedrals and alpine peaks. Experience the quiet mystery of the Black Forest. Watch a craftsman carve a violin in the village of Mittenwald. Continue on to the awe-inspiring Gothic cathedrals of Wurzburg, Ettal and Nymphenburg. See the fairytale castle of Neuschwanstein, built by eccentric King Ludwig II, come alive. Then, join in the celebration of Munich’s Oktoberfest!

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producer

James R. Conner

production company

Heumann-Reiss Production Group

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00:50:00:00

Production places
United States
Production dates
1989

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Video visits

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Video visits

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