Discoveries: Spain / Southwest begins in Sevilla or Seville and Cadiz, in Andulucia Province. From these cities Columbus and Magellan embarked on their adventures of discovery of the "New World". Here too is the birth place of a Spanish "original" Flamenco, where this exotic collection of music and dance is pursued with a passion. North of Seville, only a few hours drive distant, but "light years" away in culture and history the Province of Extremadura, where in Merida are the finest example of Roman ruins in all of Spain. The acoustics in the Roman Theater are so extraordinary that even in the seats furthest from the stage, every whisper can still be heard. Over 5 miles of Roman aqueduct, a remarkably well preserved amphitheater, the Temple of Diana and the longest Roman Bridge in Spain, create the setting to take one back in time to he days of the "Great Empire". Explore the villages of Cortes and Pizarro, and the "real" set for the movie "Columbus", Caceres, a city so well preserved that only the cars had to be removed to create a 15th century village.This DVD-R will not play on a standard DVD player. It contains Windows Media Video High Definition (WMVHD) content. View WMVHD content on a Windows PC (3GHz or faster recommended) with Windows Media Player for the true HD experience of 720p and stereo sound.
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