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  1. $19.95 DVD All Regions Worldwide

    Item Code : GLBL2410

    The Woodland Cemetery Stockholm (SKOGSKYSKOGARDEN), Sweden - Travel Video.
    DVD. Global Treasures. 10 Minutes. Architecture and nature unite in perfect harmony in Skogskyrkogarden Cemetery in the south of Stockholm. Its unique design is based on a combination of fascinating elements. In 1993 this picturesque forest cemetery was designated by Unesco as a World Heritage Site. Wild animals such as deer can be seen close to the gravestones thus highlighting the natural and idyllic atmosphere of this unique place. The tranquil forest that now extends over an old quarry remained mostly untouched during the construction of the cemetery in the first half of the 20th century. The cemetery is also the final resting place of a number of famous people such as legendary Hollywood actress Greta Garbo who was buried here in 1999. Arranged in sections, most of the graves are located in a tranquil pine forest. Thus the gravestones are as one with Nature, a concept substantially influenced by the architecture of Asplund and Lewerentz. The modern, classical and natural elements of Skogskyrkogarden have created a truly impressive and glorious monument.
  2. $24.95 DVD All Regions Worldwide

    Item Code : CTIS2409

    Stockholm - Travel Video.
    DVD. Cities of the World. 60 Minutes. The Swedish capital, which is known as the `Northern Venice,' is a remarkably beautiful city, which is surrounded by clear water, while nature reaches into the heart of it. During the almost 800 years history of the city many beautiful buildings were constructed, and a rich cultural heritage was left behind. In the Gamla Stan, the Old Town, the houses surrounding the Royal Palace were built in the 13th-18th century. The squares are surrounded by romantic palaces and gothic temples. The Nobel prizes are given away here at the City Hall, while the party afterward is held in the modern inner city, in the Konserthuset. Djurgarden island is famous for its Vasa Museum, where one can take a look at a 17th century boat lifted out of the sea and renovated. Not far away is the world's first open-air museum, which highlights rural Swedish architecture over 30 acres of pristine land. One can take boat trips on the lakes and canals surrounding the and travel to the castles of Skokloster and Gripsholm and the old university town of Uppsala.
  3. $24.95 DVD All Regions Worldwide

    Item Code : BREW2408

    Stockholm Sweden - Travel Video.
    DVD. The Brewshow. 60 Minutes. Truly a star city of northern Europe. Stockholm, Sweden is 750 years old and fresh as new. Home to the Nobel Prize, it is a great place to visit in winter or summer. Come enjoy its fabulous culture, great restaurants, amazing archipelago, and the super Spendrups beer. Extras: Sushi and beer Stockholm style A Stockholm minute
  4. $24.95 DVD All Regions Worldwide

    Item Code : VSTA2407

    Stockholm Sweden - Travel Video.
    DVD. Vista Point. 26 Minutes. Stockholm is a city that floats on water: the `Venice Of The North' was built on fourteen islands. Gamla Stan, or `Old Town', is the name of the city's three central islands that are linked by numerous bridges. Its ambience is that of the Middle Ages and small and mysterious alleys and beautiful buildings that date back to the 7th century characterise the life of the traders who once lived there. The old town's most dominant building is the royal castle of Kunglia Slottet. Larger than London's Buckingham Palace it contains six hundred and eight rooms. The Stadshuset is one of the city's landmarks and was designed in Medieval style and with a tower that is almost 106 metres tall. The most important artists of the time were engaged in the creation of the Blue Hall in which the Noble Prize ceremony now takes place each year. Those who appreciate museums will not be disappointed by Stockholm as it boasts more than fifty! The National Museum located on the Str?mmen Canal contains countless works of art. Due to the passion for art of various of Sweden's royal family and also generous public donations, the museum has a truly outstanding collection of French paintings that date back to the 18th century. Six kilometres south of Stockholm is a cemetery that has been designated as a World Heritage Site by Unesco, the Skogskyrkogarden, the final resting place for many of Stockholm's past inhabitants and also some of its most famous, including Greta Garbo. This extraordinary complex took thirty years to build and is unique in the world. Since 1998 this centuries-old Hanse city has also been the cultural capital of Europe. This city of the Vikings is a true architectural gem!
  5. $19.95 DVD All Regions Worldwide

    Item Code : GLBL2406

    Storkyrkan Stockholm, Sweden - Travel Video.
    DVD. Global Treasures. 10 Minutes. The elegant tower of Storkyrkan Cathedral rises majestically above Gamla Stan, the old and historic district of Sweden's capital city of Stockholm. Storkyrkan, which means, `the great church', is the oldest church in the Swedish metropolis. The history of Stockholm's cathedral, that combines both Gothic as well as Baroque design, is closely associated with the Swedish royal family. With the exception of King Gustav The Fifth, each of Sweden's kings has been crowned here due to the ideal setting offered by this glorious building. Storkyrkan was not only important to Sweden for its historic architecture and remarkable works of art, it was also of much religious significance as it was from here that Swedish reformer, Olaus Petri, began to spread the Lutheran message across Sweden during the first half of the 16th century. The cathedral also contains the oldest remaining historical portrayal of Stockholm and a strange phenomenon of light that once occurred in this city was also the subject of this painting that dates back to 1535. Storkyrkan is a religious building of much import with regard to the development of the clerical world as well as to the history of Sweden.
  6. $19.95 DVD All Regions Worldwide

    Item Code : GLBL2405

    Kungliga Slottet (Swedish Royal Palace) Stockholm, Sweden - Travel Video.
    DVD. Global Treasures. 10 Minutes. Kungliga Slottet is a majestic royal castle that is located on the highest point of the island of Stadsholmen in the middle of the attractive historical old town of Stockholm known as Gamla Stan. The castle became an official royal residence when Swedish monarch, King Adolf Fredrik, resided there. With its 608 rooms the castle is considered to be one of the greatest royal residences in the world and home to the Swedish crown jewels. The design of the Royal castle and its splendid facade was created by the architect, Nicodemus Tessin The Younger. His father, Nicodemus The Elder, built the Tre Kronor Castle at the end of the 17th century which was named after the three crowns that are depicted in the Swedish coat of arms. In 1697 a devastating fire swept through Stockholm and also the Tre Kronor Castle. Shortly after the fire, the castle of Kungliga Slottet, designed in Italian Baroque style, rose up from the ruins of Tre Kronor Castle. For more than 250 years the cityscape of Sweden's capital of Stockholm would not have been complete without the splendour of Kungliga Slottet.
  7. $19.95 DVD All Regions Worldwide

    Item Code : GLBL2404

    Kina Slott (The Chinese Pavilion Drottningholm Palace) Stockholm - Travel Video.
    DVD. Global Treasures. 10 Minutes. Since 1981 the Baroque castle of Drottningholm, situated twelve kilometres from Stockholm, has been the official residence of the Swedish royal family. Within the beautiful Drottningholm Park is an exceptional architectural jewel, Kina Slott, a picturesque Chinese pleasure palace that is one of the most captivating examples of the exotic world of the Far East as visualised by Sweden's former aristocracy. After the Swedish East India Company first arrived in China in 1733 everything Chinese was highly fashionable. In each corner of Europe numerous buildings were suddenly inspired by Chinese art and architecture thus many tea-houses, pavilions and tiny pleasure palaces became in vogue. The pavilion still contains several valuable silk wallpapers, lacquered umbrellas and other exotic examples. An exquisite collection of Chinese porcelain is one of the most celebrated exhibits as porcelain played a vital role in the dining hall where food arrived in quite spectacular manner - the table rose up directly from the kitchen! Considering such ingenuity it is understandable that Kina Slott continues to enjoy much popularity right up to the present day.
  8. $19.95 DVD All Regions Worldwide

    Item Code : PASS2403

    Historic Stockholm and Heliskiing Sweden - Travel Video.
    DVD. Passport to Adventure Stockholm, Sweden's capital city, sits in an archipelago made up of thousands of islands. Before heading to the mountains, hosts Mark Jennings &Julie Conover explore the narrow, cobbled streets of the Old Town and sample traditional cuisine. The Vasa Museum is home to a sixteenth century warship that capsized on her maiden voyage and was exhumed from Stockholm's bay perfectly preserved. She now shares this fascinating piece of history with her guests. As the journey turns north, Mark and Julie experience Sweden's fairytale countryside on the backs of Icelandic horses and visit Scandinavia's largest winter resort for an introduction to telemark skiing. A dazzling heliski adventure concludes this tour through the land of the midnight sun.
  9. $19.95 DVD All Regions Worldwide

    Item Code : GLBL2402

    Drottningholm Palace (Drottingholm Slott) Sweden - Travel Video.
    DVD. Global Treasures. 10 Minutes. Drottningholm Castle is located on "Queen's Island" in the M?larsea, 12 kilometres from Stockholm. Of Franco-Dutch design, construction of this regal residence began in 1662 and the castle is now the residence of the Swedish royal family. Lively influences that date back to the Baroque and Rococo periods are part of the characteristic features of the spacious park that surrounds the castle. A number of the sculptures and works of art that feature in the garden were captured in various military campaigns. The cultural elements of various epochs are also reflected in the general layout of the park that is often referred to as the Swedish Versailles. Drottingholm Castle has managed to retain the regal atmosphere of the Swedish royal families just as it was during the 18th century.
  10. $19.95 DVD All Regions Worldwide

    Item Code : QUES2401

    Rudy Maxa's: Europe to the Max - Wondrous Europe: Denmark, Sweden & Holland - Travel Video.
    DVD. 2 Hours and 11 Minutes. Join Rudy Maxa in the wondrous kingdom of legend and fairy tale - Denmark, where Vikings plundered and Hans Christian Anderson spun timeless children's stories. Sweden's luxuriant landscapes and Norway's grand panoramas prove irresistible to adventurers. Finally, from windmills in Holland to underground ancient Etruscan tombs in Tuscany, Rudy is your guide to Europe's dazzling getaways, each with its own unique charms. DVD Extra Features: Scenic Tours: Karen Blixey Museum, Skansen Park, Euju-Bygdeton, Europe's great getaways, Renaissance Europe. Maps: Copenhagen, Stockholm, Oslo, Vienna, Salzburg, Provence, Rome, Florence, Venice, Milan, Amsterdam. Rudy's Travel Tips: Overcoming jet lag, Internet car rental, airfare deal strategies. Bonus Program: Renaissance Europe. Rudy Maxa is public radio's original Savvy Traveler, a contributing editor for National Geographic Traveler magazine, and host of the American Public Television series--Smart Travels. In Europe to the Max, Rudy captures the vitality and character of Europe's magnificent cities. Lushly filmed in high-definition, each program goes beyond the guidebooks to discover hidden treasures and off-the-beaten-path surprises. Rudy's authoritative tips enhance the travel experience for beginning and seasoned travelers alike.
  11. $39.95

    Item Code : GLOB2398

    Ultimate Scandinavia - Travel Video.
    DVD. Globe Trekker. In this Ultimate Double DVD guide to Scandinavia, Megan McCormick, Ian Wright and Neil Gibson explore Denmark, Sweden, Norway, Lapland, Finland and the Baltic States. Featuring the Globe Trekker programmes... Denmark and Sweden - Megan McCormick explores Copenhagen, taking in the city's sights, enjoying a traditional Viking festival and hanging out in Christiania, Europe's largest commune located in the heart of the capital. A drive across the Oresund Bridge brings Megan to Sweden and Lars Wiilks self proclaimed country Ladonia, home to the monumental sculpture Nimis. She visits Tvarno to get a taste of the Swedish countryside and ends her journey in Stockholm getting acquainted with Swedish icons, Alfred Nobel, ABBA and tennis legend Bjorn Borg. Norway and Lapland. Finland and the Baltic States. Plus additional bonus footage... Planet Food Scandinavia - The producers of Globe Trekker and presenter Merilees Parker takes you on a culinary tour of Sweden and Denmark to learn how the region's unique cuisine has developed over the centuries. Trekking in Lapland.

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