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More info about travel to Dresden: https://www.ricksteves.com/europe/germany/dresden Dresden's Historic Green Vault (in the Royal Palace) contains a glittering Baroque treasure collection that's a must-see. The adjacent Royal Armory fills a long room with centuries-old armor. At http://www.ricksteves.com, you'll find money-saving travel tips, small-group tours, guidebooks, TV shows, radio programs, podcasts, and more on this destination.
Join DW reporter Elisabeth Yorck von Wartenburg as she explores the old town of Dresden. She’ll show you Frauenkirche, Semperoper and the Zwinger, a gorgeous Baroque building, in 360 degrees. Discover more travel destinations: http://www.dw.com/travel
Horticultural Marketing - Goranson Farm, Dresden, ME - University of Vermont Extension 2005 - - University of Vermont Center for Sustainable Agriculture. http://uvm.edu/~susagctr/ Uploaded with permission. Noncommercial use only. * Multiple Markets Jan Goranson and Rob Johanson, Goranson Farm, Dresden ME. Farmers and their Diversified Horticultural Marketing Strategies. A 49-minute educational video featuring 8 farms in 4 northeastern states. Produced by: Vern Grubinger University of Vermont Extension with funding from: Northeast Sustainable Agriculture Research and Education (SARE) Program, USDA.
CRUPE Protect and Finish have been used to complete renovation of this 1920s Multi-Family house in Dresden, Germany. 10cm of CRUPE Protect and Finish were applied to the exterior walls and ceiling spaces of the house. The renovation was completed in just 3 weeks with minimal disturbance to occupants and neighbours. Overall the renovation has greatly improved the living conditions for the occupants and reduced heating costs by a minimum of 20%.
http://www.solarpanelsindustry.com/ Installing solar panels on warehouse rooftop in Germany, near Dresden. 3000 solar modules + structure (simple aluminum profile system) installed in three days. One of the after work pleasures in Germany is, of course, enjoying a good wheat unfiltered yeast beer like Erdinger or Paulaner. :-) Edited with Magix Edit Pro Plus - Time Lapse and Slow Motion Tutorial here: http://www.highballblog.com/2012/03/gopro-slow-motion.html Shot with Sony HX9V: http://www.highballblog.com/2011/08/sony-hx9v-test-review-video.html
Filmed in Dresden, Germany in the 1930s, this educational film was intended to show children the importance of saving money -- in this case to buy a bicycle. The film has some interesting images of Dresden prior to WWII, and has images of children in the uniforms of the Hitler Youth. The Hitler Youth was the youth organization of the Nazi Party in Germany. Its origins dated back to 1922. From 1933 until 1945, it was the sole official youth organization in Germany and was partially a paramilitary organization; it was constituted of the Hitlerjugend proper for male youth aged 14 to 18, the Deutsches Jungvolk (German Youth) for younger boys, and the League of German Girls. The members of the Hitler Youth were viewed as future "Aryan supermen" and were indoctrinated into ...
More info about travel to Romania: http://blog.ricksteves.com/blog/tag/romania At the fringe of Romania, tucked next to the Ukrainian border, is the country's most isolated region: Maramureș. Maramureș is a fiercely traditional place where centuries-old ways endure. At http://www.ricksteves.com, you'll find money-saving travel tips, guidebooks, TV shows, radio programs, podcasts, and more on this destination.
Today we made our favorite Dresden pattern into a Mini Dresden pincushion! Follow this link http://bit.ly/wwapattern for a FREE pattern!! We used material from Elea Lutz line called Apple Farm available for purchase at our shop here http://bit.ly/2cjysR2 To see all the other fun crafts and quilts we are making follow us on Instagram @westwood_acres Thanks for watching!! 💕
If you wish to acquire broadcast quality material of this reel or want to know more about our Public Domain collection, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org Dresden - Bombing of Dresden Part 1 of 2 Gravestone: “Dresden dead 13th February 1945. Memorial”. Rostrum stills bomb damaged buildings, hundreds of dead. 09:01:27 Pre-war Dresden, park w/ fountains, bridges over Elbe River, steamer. Picturesque shots rooftops, street scenes. Architecture, huge spherical shaped office building. Good street scenes, trams, pedestrians, police directing traffic, bicycle, boy locking bike up in public shelter. 09:03:09 Churches, religious buildings including very old building on hilltop. Soldiers look over city. 09:03:45 Village pond w/ horse cart past. Men outside pub The Mason’s Arms. Mont...
The documentary of the tragic bombing of Dresden.
The identity of Dresden is greatly based on its long history as cultural centre of Germany, with a large built and artistic heritage. The greater part of Dresden was destroyed during the Second World War. It was soon decided to restore the city’s historic appearance, which started a process lasting several decades. Archaeological reconstruction played a large role in this process, especially in the case of the Church of Our Lady, Zwinger Palace and Opera. However, the question of authenticity needs to be raised. Does the quest for the restoration of Dresden’s historic and cultural identity justify the inaccurate rebuilding of the city centre facades? Should archaeological reconstruction of buildings follow strictly the original design, or are adjustments allowed to correct structural issue...
If you wish to acquire broadcast quality material of this reel or want to know more about our Public Domain collection, contact us at email@example.com 1934 - Shipwreck 01:18:41 Pan across liner laying aground on its side; men walking on side of hull; Captain standing on side of deck. View of hull underwater from onboard ship. Chairs floating. 01:19:08 Rowboat circling hull. 01;19:11 Pan of survivors standing on dock. 01:19:18 2-stack liner Stuttgart; passengers boarding. Town street filled w/ people. More shots of dock & people waving & boarding. Stuttgart slowly leaving. Norway; Shipwreck; 1934; Cruise Liner; Disaster Aftermath;