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tv   Check-in  Deutsche Welle  August 31, 2019 4:30pm-5:00pm CEST

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with different languages we fight for different things that's fine let me also make up for freedom freedom of speech and freedom of press. giving freedom of choice global news that matters d. w. made for minds. outspokenness one of the oldest cities in germany with a favorable location on the reverse lake and that.
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there is plenty of water in the city center to the loss of both several monumental fountains. water and will and what the people of all book made of it that's going to be the common theme for my tour of the city today and as always i have a lot on my list a palace for art industrial monuments a boat trip and i really would like to see the birthplace of both felt blessed so let's go. we'll also look behind the scenes of the biggest it one of germany's most famous puppet theaters. a georgian woman will show us her hometown to meet. and today. if your video brings us travel impressions from cambodia.
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this is the center of the town hall is located on the square at the end of. this renaissance building is magnificent although it was almost completely destroyed by bombing in the 2nd world war it was rebuilt in the original style for many centuries spoke was an important political center as a prince bishopric and a free imperial city. the gold mole recalls the city's former splendor. above the front door a picture shows that walter was seen as the source of the city's wealth.
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it's clear that had become an important city from an early age by the way it's the 3rd largest here and of area after munich and nuremberg but there is much more you should know about all spoke. the romans founded a settlement here in 15 b.c. now the city has about 290000 inhabitants. in the 13th century old sport was named a free imperial city in which merchants of bankers were important contacts for emperors and kings. the city's wealth and pride can still be imagined by taking a look at the grand architecture. book had been named a bishopric in the 8th century. the cathedral is one of the few local buildings to
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have survived the 2nd world war almost intact. the high which is considered the world's oldest social housing complex had to be restored. it was founded in 1521 by the influential merchant and banker. the complex still offers a roof to people in need today there is a model apartment that gives an idea of how people used to live. in. the city was also extremely important before and during the industrial revolution. today the textile industry museum is housed in a former worsted spinning male. from the middle ages onwards there was a perfect water management system thanks to the. rivers.
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water modern factories which. plenty of energy even. visitors can see how the textile industry developed between the 16th and 19th centuries when mass production became widespread. they can also get an idea of the deafening working conditions. there also portraits and information about the lives of important merchants and bankers and. who were responsible for the industrial development and also benefited hugely from it. these days the textile industry no longer plays a big role and where tourism has become a very important source of income there were 850000 overnight stays by. visitors
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last year the figure has doubled over the past 20 years. you can find water everywhere in the old town of book like this will with spring water that you can drink. and this is the water works at the red gate it is the oldest preserved waterworks in germany. it is part of our historic water management system and is a unesco world heritage site. the ensemble of towers and well houses has supplied drinking water to the people of for almost 500 years. paddle wheels over the canal help transport the water up into the towers from there the fountains in the city were supplied with fresh water.
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today only the structures and the plants remain. but at the. last on the lake the river you get an idea of how the people of book used their wealth of water later in the 19th century. to prevent recurring epidemics such as cholera a new water works was built in 878 this allowed the households to be supplied with clean drinking water directly via pipes every time this state of the art technology caused a sensation through our jiro. family here's what was short if you look at how ornate it is the floor is so shit it doesn't look industrial. but i think it was made to please the eyes as you can see from the wrong time. doors are
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to rights of floor made of find italian marble 140 years old everyone has destroyed a factory. the waterworks here close down in 2007 but the technology still works. and will stay by the water because now we take a trip to the black sea as you know every now and then we visit viewers for all over the world who shores the most beautiful places of their home and this time it's off to but to me in georgia. i mean no welcoming but to me let me show you some of my favorite highlights of the black sea coast resort the seating full of colors and adventures. but to me special due to its mixture of scenery and of my own teens protected year we as and his title monuments all part of the c.t.
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and to new and more than one where the. x. y. . letter presents hue my favorite part of the city but to me boulevard it dates back to 881 and 8 kilometers long it least directly to the black sea coast come on let's see. when i have some free time i love to walk in the wall of where there lay on the beach and listen to the sound waves and what's the most fascinating thing to me in the whole world. the best thing about the bridge is that it's not. right here in the boulevard there is the famous meeting point for the elder generation of the city they gather here with a plate. backgammon are dumb you know and anyone can join them count let's play
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with them. their money my. money that. they're coming here every day they try to buy their currency. politics economy and things that might lead to. georgia's famous for its walls and gears history of wine making and they were about 500 types of waves flowing here just imagine being a few minutes away from but to me and being so close to the nature of the mind of the vineyards and the forests that's an imagined.
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you can't imagine how delicious and just said basic rates are and now the fun part wine tasting counter attack on the obama girls over the missing jet. it's delicious one. of the this attack was always i practice. in a bit of. this is churchill up the most famous purchase we've made of different shoes and roads they're about 20 types of that these are made of walnut and hazelnuts with a grape juice they said there is so weak and delicious you should try this. now i would like to take you by the camel part to the left wind and if it be that they feel.
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from this place we had the best view of the city but i have to say goodbye now it's been a nice day and i loved being with you to beat him but to me now. you can see the well fox building as well as the water in many places in the city. this is. the front is rather narrow at only 1000 meters but the building is over 100 meters long it is the form a city palace of an export banker built at the end of the 18th century the last owner gave the palace to the city of oaks book on the condition that it never be sold and only be used for cultural purposes the head of the alps book state museums
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cost of keeping tells me that the building has never been destroyed that's the showpiece of the ones on the back of his side yes there are wonderful ball room with this fantastic ceiling for us. this is organized and everything is original that 95 percent of the surface dates back to 1770 or so this is a this is a magnificent room. it's the biggest remaining private ballroom in germany in the closet of history. but there is no comparable room in terms of size and originality and so i can i do take it in and some of the gold in the golden hall is real gold is that the case here to. the surface is here are all original. and here you can see the golden surfaces with gold leaf in their original state from 770. the mirrors to our original work with the mercury silvering retained here you know here this. dish it sloppily is primarily
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a museum city. it presents masterpieces from past centuries. the collection includes paintings from the late middle ages and the early renaissance. and of course there's also a portrait of one of the most important book residents ever. come to the ships up early and i have not seen this painting did i miss something yes indeed and this painting is probably the most important in our collection this is an icon of our explore glocal history yacob for the rich the bill gates of the 16th century but there's plenty of sway to be an understatement here and a house that understatement doesn't cash work well you can see that there is no
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jewelry there are no visible hands. that always see as his dark cabin door coding and the further he's wearing as well as the very valuable brocade hat that point to his wealth. this reserve was very typical for swabian merchants. to push for and trade well what's the story here does the man go to the painter and say paint me or did the painter come to him. he. came to an imperial council here and asked him to paint him. because of course any one last would have been unthinkable if. you do or it was already very famous the quality of the painting is obvious. he's depicted very clearly in a very individual way you know if you look very carefully you can see these very finely painted wrinkles these show how talented someone like. as i passed through
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and now let's switch from arts to theatre or rather puppet theatre because that's what the. is known for it has shaped many generations and i do remember it from my childhood because you just can't forget fantastic stories like jim button. a fantasy world featuring jim bouton and luke the engine driver with kings who sell ice cream with giant seeming characters and have to reagan's a world full of little celebrities made of wood broadcast on television in 1953. ok quite down. the poor little cut look at scared if you keep asking so many questions you can't even talk it's fun to do so when you can it's 10 strings wood material some glue all that's needed to make a puppet. play a lot with the head strings at the front using our middle and index fingers we have
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to have flexible wrists so that we don't have to change our grip each time the proper turns i don't know if these are special property or hands. plus my shall is the 3rd generation of puppets here is to run the theatre he explains that a story has to be told slowly so the audience can picture the characters in their mind and bring the puppets to life. busy busy busy busy busy after the 2nd world war his grandfather valter applied to the work municipal authorities for permission to run a puppet theatre busy it opened in a former hospital in 1948. busy busy there were $5.00 to $7.00 puppets years' standing above the puppets and a speaker below in the pit busy it was tight the whole family was involved. his daughter had a lot i made her 1st puppets at the age of 13 his wife also made the costumes.
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the theatre also went on tour with puppet shows for adults a puppet just like a fool can speak uncomfortable truths the company performed better told feist's revolutionary 3 penny opera. not and many other who had played pirate jenny at the berlin premiere in the late 1920 s. apparently wrote to the outspoken theatre and asked for her own puppet. each mary that is still made by hand but it is only when there strings are pulled that they come to life. and. then its head goes down and the hunt goes in front of its face so it cries a little and then of its laughing its head goes up just like people with a laugh. when.
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by invitation quarter of. the playwright i thought graced was born here in 898 in a typical artist house for a long time the city had a rather complicated relationship with a. it's most famous son who chose to live in east germany when he returned from exile at the end of the 2nd world war. the house he was born in has been a museum since 1985. here comes in yes we have some original pieces this is the baptism in confirmation silverware received by a baritone precious and this is its original just and yes it's original to its basics and if the silverware is definitely original thoughts and especially charming is a silver bracelet that perished gave to his 1st love paula bondholder whose
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portrait you can see here. so you see it was her 18th birthday that's the original silver bracelet and. why does your waist look like a rock star here by this here if the thing it was after his international breakthrough with the threepenny opera which premiered in 1970 berlin. on the foreign comedy came back to his hometown and was photographed by the famous court photographer quantify the best quote about this the photography and she was wearing a leather coat on smoking a cigar lead among these both became part of his image. of the sneezer very famous pictures on the floor and in front of them is our most valuable piece a sculpture made on the basis of
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a life mask of breast it was made by paul hamann in 1930 bus yet snow in the 5 inch tongue and. the phone pole homuncular yet. here in the in between and. here we have also tried to convey how international pressure was. both of their translations of his works in different languages from japanese to ukrainian this. man here you can see that bridge continues to have a certain impact today. because this is an i.c. train named after him. famous stars such as david bowie and mil of assange but i just. quote your organs played in the threepenny opera. there is a coaster stamps in various countries too. for she. is also
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a mice and porcelain decorative plate. and one terra. and now it's your turn send of your holiday videos where did you go what did you see and what impressed you this week the mail is from the can if you're not ready and it's a for road trip through cambodia and of course he's going to show us the famous temple.
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my last stop in the book also has something to do with water and tradition since the 19th century. has rented robots to explore the area's waterways legend says that the young battled best went rowing here with his 1st love. it's a family business in the 4th generation house us
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a long history of my father how to think my great grandfather founded the family and the rental station. he built. wooden rowboat and took his wife around the lake and this wedding day he decided to rent boats his doctor took over the company that was katie. i remember her from when i was little and then my parents took over. my mother's side of the family did it for 44 years he and fits into him but if i want to go fast on the water what should i do as a stretch out your legs or body straight keep the oars in the water for as long as possible and pull with a lot of power and i'll be the fastest let's find out so if edition. if you go there go to the middle of the boat turn your back to me and stretch out your legs. perfect so i have fun effect.
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there is a challenge waiting for me to race on the outs book against my editor on p.b.s. . it's not that easy. for you graduations. i made it. if you visit you just can't ignore the topic of water fountains rivers industrial history if you let yourself be guided by water you can make many connections here from the romans to the present or from bank to bethel place that's all spoke she is.
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120 photos and. the showing of grandfather left behind. where they come from. or to the show. the young filmmaker remarks on the journey to find the answers piecing together a period of history. 1939 my journey. 50. teetotal.
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how does time go on tapes to. g.w. correspondent susumu harness. and host jimmy kimmel a good. place for the various flavors of the exotic honestly i can love a challenge for you all very good men doing good up the food fusion and fun. from street food to a 5 star restaurant tasty taipei starts september 1st on d w. earth home to millions of species a home worth saving. google ideas tell stories of creative people and innovative
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