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what secrets lie behind us was. discovered new adventures in the 360 degree. to explore world heritage sites. p.w. world heritage 360 get to know. why you see british invent so cold they can build custom cars that look like they're straight out of the science fiction movie. and with that welcome to your own back seat is what else is coming up on this show. how manyi very cool is the
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type of hand that is considered a spanish delicacy and. bill once knew is landmarks there who was formed in the reconstruction of iraq tell us. this is the sound of bells ringing in the leaning tower of pisa in the past bells used to be a big part of people's lives they would ring to wake us up call us to meals and prayer and send us to bet the merry nellie families bell foundry and it's only it's considered the own list in the world and has been making bells for many centuries. my family has been making bells for sos and here's. what was unique is that our craftsmanship and materials have remained unchanged since the middle ages. we want
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to preserve the meat that was passed on to us from our ancestors and overcoming generations. marinelli pontifical foundry is situated in around 200 kilometers east of rome and is one of italy's oldest family businesses brothers pasquale and of mundo who now run the company are the 26th generation the foundry produces some 50 dells per year each bearing the pontifical emblem really worth an injury is one of the few maybe the only one that bears the people who took our. for almost 100 years now it's adorns our family back. in 1924 where the highest 11th grant of my great grandfather. use of the emblem of his services was one of the church but here's a bit of everything. it takes between 3 and 10 months and some 15 workers to
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make just one bell this depends on its exact size each one is hand crafted 1st a brick or as assembled and covered in clay then the team gets working on ornamentations . on you. but then with every bell has a distinct aesthetic. we scratch customers individual ornamentation requests then i make plasticine models of them sometimes i use wax or clay if we are creating a large bell. these my. models are then used to make plaster casts or not. so. the casts are then filled with hot liquid wax once it cools and becomes rigid the ornamentations are pasted on to the clay core a 2nd thin layer of clay is then added on top the wax leaves
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a distinct impression on the soft outer shell and i woke up operative month period with my ti vo has become hard. to wax so it melts the stock or you know outside later of clean is lifted off and released around in the clique or muck leaving a space in between the. little bottom. this casting mold is then buried in the ground. and then with the priest in attendance things get spiritual. and such are going to be a better very very 6 makes the special moment even more knowing full well he serves a purpose in our prayers. these people. in. this arrangement of the fires imbued with the holy spirit the only force is admitted by the flame it was passed on to us that this is the holy mother madonna
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at work and we can always rely upon. the liquid copper tin alloy heated to 1200 degrees celcius is then poured into the bell cast buried in the earth then the team waits 5 days for the bronze to cool. money now only pontifical dollars can be found the world over one it dawns on you only church where the family business is based others can be found in rome's church of to retired in $1000.00 the leaning tower of pisa and the vatican gardens. it's emotional listening to our bells ringing i was there specially because many bells horrors have bells that need by our ancestors. more. vueling but it's difficult to describe in words.
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for a 1000 years the sound of the money now the church bells ringing hasn't chanted the world and that will likely never change. reality is just too boring for the british invents of paul bacon instead he flees into the world of fantasy cost similar to lots of the caught e-zine as in our series go went into overdrive they can these aunts and bills all of his eccentric vehicles himself but then not only meant for museums they are out on the road so keep your eyes peeled. and otherworldly vehicle. built by british car designer paul bacon and inspired by disney's fairy tale movie
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cinderella hope based his design on cinderella's carriage though giving it a distinct steampunk twist. but. make the most. of the month club dog and dog eat dog holiday and they hear you know you're trying to what you're doing not know what but it really is a big brain is quite an experience that can draw a very. tough night in memory but not in many ways. in took 4 years to complete the auto metron as bacon calls his creation he recently sold it to collector allen hall with this call i wanted to my eyes mobile which. possibly there's just there's just so many bits from so many places how do we need
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the stone or with. the switches in solid which are on the ball. and like military memorabilia show it looks like showing they all look so simple but that was together about a 1000 times before it worked but it always was already. every component on the engine again i wanted to look like a separate piece of all bill you know if it sits in the hands and it looks like a piece of all then it can go on the call i wanted to prove that i could be able to call from scratch and be totally different on the original. one in any new project is sketching his ideas on paper and then get started in a small workshop here lester in the east midlands to bring his ideas to life he's been building unique one of
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a kind vehicles for over 10 years now. the geometry was his 1st creation that was just pure joy and not call goes by with the story that just that moment of someone say in it that's you know what i always thought was my drawing for how we go maximum impact of this sort of law call just float in. 2013 cause much trauma caused the 200. car with the plexiglas dome and protruding chrome and it's quite a looker it's inspired by science fiction stories and comic books. is a child i always imagined. was with but definitely i thought qualities onward. a lot crazier but i don't know it's like a future that went oh it branched off in the us in a different reality than all reality has so little bit more.
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antidote against this boring reality is designing mind boggling vehicles like this curious looking pick up which he uses to run daily errands. it's essentially a converted london taxi cab. build a custom tell all this to some extent really help you to risk a reality check if my budget should all joy being down to you $1.66 in america oh it's something different all the brothers all that i think you just brought in so people who stole it and you know does good with. the ball is happy when others take joy in his custom made cars. and. the reference to the polls told him over the rail company.
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called latest creation the auto metron has heads turning bringing some extra fun and excitement to the street drugs of more callers on the menu even if the mom. came home with nothing gone but some of the never got a gallery save face and then one guy playing the piece of old mike just cost them a lot. but they. definitely make the louder but oblige them to make the broader more entertaining body. the high octane version of cinderella's fairy tale carriage speeding through england thanks to paul beacons rich imagination and skillful craftsmanship. have you ever wanted to know what goes into cooking a european specialty well our series food secrets will give you insights this time
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we will show you how the spanish delicacy how long it barely cool is produced and believe me it is one of the most costly and delicious hams in the worlds. on the cool when you get together to celebrate something horrific of course there's all those around. lost important thing is the acorn which the pigs eat. why don't. you. might imagine if your car out of it was a disappointment.
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every how maybe you need to ham is like. is a natural product and we all know how to from any good morning to have a similar taste but if you're the. old man's my family's precious time for 6 generations. if i put a scarf you know there are many factors that come together to ensure that i am aest top quality you. only live like kings every page has 3 years to itself like 3 soccer fields. hello my name's anselmo and i've been taking care of the farm country pigs for 40 years now. equals in grass roots in nature and you know 1000 hits here farm they have to do
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well you know also running. water in the corn so here around a lot. and all that fix it. yeah you know i get in. there fattening for 2 years to make sure the eating of acorns out of it being out i don't know. i just i'm a fan of the 1st step in making have a soul to not be reminded that when i'm greedy and so close i mean to have our meat and soft on. the salt was extremely important as you can see we only use. this as when the curing process begin with us. yes if i prefer muscle from one. after the soul to the hams go into the drawing room still september to sweat is
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a temper oktober the hammers putins of the cellar here the final stage of maturing occurs in the hammers refined and develops its flavors. of mushroom ham sweats inside and at this stage the number of different fractures of the hand was particularly in flavor because without all the churning process can take 34 out of 4 that you cannot afford one of the years. you've got about how morning carving the ham is really complicated are several important factors like the size of the slice is thickness even the presentation the style meaning elegantly the cut is me. sitting there on the court bundle. you know me as i mean as in selma paris and i'm a spanish master in ham carving. high quality family this one produced from
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100 percent agreed on pig fat in the corners can cost around 400 euros and sweet. and how much fun and spain hammers eaten by itself or with bread usually toasted bread. but it doesn't really matter because you basically just once. since the ts delicious were going to come out with us at home on. wed your appetite then had to our you tube channel e.w. food chef felicitous 10 will show you how to make german dishes in the 2nd and cook it like a german. interested in german cuisine in this is the show for you. hell and had to come to cook it like a german cook for the sistine present some of germany's finest dishes to foodies from around the world. a lot of meat have you done this before i know this will be
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my 1st time. traditional german fare prepared and easy to follow steps from the scene pretty to the sweet we've got it all. cooking like a german check it out on the w. food. bowl and has a new palace well it's actually an old one which was torn down to make a new one the not exactly ok let me explain they used to be a baroque palace on boland's famous aunt and in that it went through many changes as well as destruction and now it has been rebuilt almost like the original but not quite. take a look. baroque facades neat modern architecture in berlin's new old palace after 80 years of construction the reinterpretation of the historic baroque palace in the heart of berlin is nearing
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completion. old meets new in every detail both inside and out. of the building will host the humble forum a new proposal tory for culture and science. does a lot to unbolt forum is not so proud. is a radical new building which the buddhist type decided not to have to be reminiscent of the former berlin palace reconstructing the facades of its predecessor. along 3 of the sites facing outwards and inside the court and. original parts of the old palace have also been integrated into the new building. even before the new location opens its doors it's magnificent architecture is impressive. a vivid piece of german history the palaces baroque facade was added in the 18th century the structure was severely damaged in the 2nd world war and
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demolished by the g.d.r. in 1950 the site was then used to build the palace of the republic which housed the g.d.r. as legislature in 1989 the east germans abolished their regime and after prolonged deliberation demolition of the palace of the republic began in 2006. in 2012 construction of the new interpretation of the palace began with a price tag of 677000000 euros raised in part through donations. the wide array of planned exhibitions includes a recounting of the sites history along with many other fiends. as major subjects pertaining to the collection has been incorporated into the home on the ethnological museums such as colonialism also the humble brothers themselves to attain a matter of perspective
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a story context presented by this point. the architecture of the reconstructed palace was conceived here in northern italy architect franco style out won the competition for the new palace design in 2008 the brick through the most important streets squares and buildings of the historical center of early and had a relationship with the palace of the north but so all through its reconstruction. these relationships are becoming visible in. the palaces partial grand opening had actually been planned to take place now but has been cancelled due to the covert crisis instead berliners and visitors can take in the view from the outside. the curtain was a milestone without any audience present is unfortunate because the buildings are everywhere from all over the world to the visitors and by able to come in because
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we're doing this for them. the new old berlin palace is a building steeped in history and behind its baroque facade lies a great deal of modernity. we all know that santa is responsible for making all the christmas toys and ornaments but what happens when he is too busy i can tell you he gets help from a small village in the orwell. ringback ringback ringback ringback incense smokers nutcrackers and christmas arches act as an ambassador for the small german village of zite and nestled in the or mountain and known worldwide for its toy. since he was a child pastor me. has witnessed how the craft and woodwork pieces from his life
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and make it feel like christmas here after here. me or my rutan's we live in an area where some days in november a very foggy it can really put a damper on your mood and you can hardly wait to finally set up the pretty christmas arches in pairs it's the shine bright sun the darkness. inside and christmas decorations aren't just set up they're made here there are over 120 producers of woodwork in the middle eastern german village and one of them is the noida family christiane noir bat is the 6th generation to craft wooden pieces for him they're a way of life you know it and i think people get more than just a christmas archer appear in the dates of it so we're teaching with them the spirits of the or mental image there and that which i believe with introducing a great deal to people's well being. toys have been produced in
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zeitlin since the mid 18th century and to this day great craftsmanship and attention to detail goes into them in the noise of our family's workshop 10 employees seem to make the would come to life reoccurring motifs are of course angels but also miners like these figurines and their mind lamps this is no coincidence for centuries as life in was a 10 mining town in fact mining played a key role in the war mountains until the mid 19th century and the christmas arch also reflects this past. month. the miner had his lashon and came out of the mine entrance into the dealer and he said i'm. on the arch of the entryway. and that's where the modern christmas arch comes from. the ideas that our miners were happy to put aside their dangerous work dr phil and celebrate christmas and so most of us why not 1st
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begin. one of the most popular motifs in these local woodwork pieces is the church of the life and in the meantime it enjoys worldwide fame making it a tourist magnet for visitors from dozens of countries each year but due to the covert crisis pastor michelle hearts is playing music for a nearly empty church citing usually attracts around $500000.00 visitors a year but the world and the christmas pyramids keep turning. hints of the region's mining tradition can be seen everywhere including in the christmas pyramid . because of isaac and. there may be a connection to the horse capstans larger money has also had horses that is a kind of elevator literotica rowing in circles and pulled up the transport basket or the water feeling. or the idea for the pyramid came from those who don't will
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decide even though christie annoy about works with the christmas theme all year round only after he lighting the candles on the pyramid does christmas begin for him to. the us this is the most wonderful time of year i really must see and christmas is really a time to find peace and a moment of introspection and it's about recharging your batteries again for next year. and then just like every year the lights from the toymaker village of syphon will shine all over the world. we've come to the end of the show but we have a little gift for you if you'd like this special deal w. back just head to our website to find out more take good care some health and have a happy holiday season.
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in the far north. beyond the inhabitable world it's lonely. barren and breathtakingly beautiful. the arctic a powerful expanse of bitter cold. and the sound of global warming us. take a journey around the north pole meet profiteers and talk with people experiencing a changing environment. for the ice disappears earlier and it keeps retreating. our future depends on what happens here in most of the most fragile ecosystems on
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earth. northern lights like the arctic circle starts december 21st r d w. d c or your 5 keys to seek her food. to prevent contamination. draw and cooked foods to avoid cross contamination. thoroughly to kill microorganisms. keep food it safe temperatures other to prevent bacterial growth. use safe water and sea role materials to avoid content.
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producers are the ones primarily responsible for the safety of the food. but you can protect yourself and your family from diseases unknown by applying the 5 keys to see for to use them you also have a role to play and you. read. this is g.w. news and these are our top stories british prime minister boris johnson has announced tighter restrictions on millions of people amid a surge in the number of coronavirus cases london and southeastern england will be placed in a new teacher for warning level nonessential retailers will close and people will be required to stay home except for essential reasons such as work and grocery shopping. israeli prime minister binyamin netanyahu has become the most high ranking.


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