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Experience the fairy tale beauty, natural wonders, and rich history of southern Germany. Shot in high definition from a helicopter-mounted camera, each tour is accompanied by a poetic narrative and evocative soundtrack of regional music, including works by native sons Ludwig van Beethoven, Richard Wagner, and Johann Strauss.
Visions of Germany: BavariaTake a journey filled with royal intrigue, Alpine majesty, and charming villages where the past merges with the present. See the Mediterranean flair of the Bodensee, the "German Riviera"; the old walled city of Rothenburg; King Ludwigs fanciful castles; snow-covered mountain resort towns; and more.
Visions of Germany: Along the RhineOne of the worlds great rivers, the Rhine provides the perfect route to explore southwestern Germany, from Lake Constance to Cologne, with side trips to the Black Forest of legend and lore, the rich wine region, historic Bonn, the romantic string of castles like beads on a necklace at Koblenz, Heidelberg, and more.
Includes bonus footage not seen on public television.
Not to much description here.Lots of aerial photography,which is excellent quality,but doesn't describe too much of the country...Undecided whether I like it or not..Published 2 days ago by D. Kurz
This video is a favorite of mine. Not only does it show wonderful places, it gives an insight into what the people of Germany now love!Published 2 days ago by Alfred Ditthardt
The German restaurant in our town plays this and hubby is always captivated by it. He was thrilled and surprised to receive it for Christmas. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Rita L. Mendoza-Smith
Would have received five stars if it was available in blu-ray. Makes me want to go back to Germany.Published 2 months ago by Echo4Mike
Since I'll never be in Germany I had to see this and so glad I did!Published 6 months ago by Marcia J Mason
I love the Visions series. I especially like the Austria and German DVDs since I am personally familiar with both countries. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Brigitte DeHart