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Exploring the World Series: Europe

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Europe 6: Scandinavian Symphony Cruise

Europe  6: Scandinavian Symphony Cruise

Hosts Jake and Mieke deBoer guide viewers on the popular Tour Holland America's ms Maasdam Scandinavia Symphony Cruise. They start their journey in London, prepared to see the greatest of sights in the following locations: Norway's beautiful capital, Oslo; Arhus, the world's largest small city, in Denmark; Warnemonde, a popular seaside resort at the mouth of the Rhine River in Germany; Visby, Sweden's "City of Roses," and Stockholm, the gateway to the Baltic Sea, to see the Royal Palace and the Changing of the Guard; Helsinki, Finland, to view its Eastern and Western architectural style and visit Sibelius Park, an outdoor museum. Next, Mieke takes us through the ship to see what a cruise liner is like; then it's on to St. Petersburg, Russia, to view St. Isaac's Cathedral and see the Hermitage, the world's largest museum; then to Tallinn, Estonia, an old world city that dates back over 1000 years. Viewers will love to meet Chef Jacques, who gives us a quick study of life in a cruise ship's kitchen; then to Copenhagen, Denmark, home of Hans Christian Andersen and the Little Mermaid. 02/09DE IJSCA 30 min.
Also See: The Scandinavia Series; Alaska 1: Coast Cruise; Caribbean 3: Western Caribbean Cruise ; Caribbean 4: Seawind's Deep Caribbean Cruise ; Caribbean 6: Wedding Cruise; The Panama Canal Cruise; South American Explorers' Cruise; Europe 4: The Blue Danube Cruise; Germany 3: A Rhine River Cruise; Greece 2: A Greek Islands Cruise; SE Asia 3: An Orient and South Pacific Cruise





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