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Michael Palin's New Europe

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7/7. Journey's End. High in the Tatra mountains of Slovakia a lesson in making sausages before dropping in at Turba's famous mime school in Brno. Michael has a mud bath, visits the porcelain manufacturing city of Meissen in Germany and, in Berlin, discovers the difference in attitudes that persist in the now united city. Finally, an excursion to the largest remaining edifice of the Third Reich: the holiday complex at Prora where he reflects on the New Europe that, optimistically, looks like it might now be united by co-operation rather than force.
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Michael Palin's New Europe

BBC One London, 28 October 2007 21.00






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