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Audio Journeys consist of on-location interviews with experts and the related sounds of the subject. Each month, Audio Journeys are posted from around the world. Audio Journeys are highly edited for content and English. Audio and photos copyrights Travel Radio International and Associates.
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Patricia Lawrence and guest recording Audio Journeys in Augsburg Germany
Audio Journey Radio Series
Audio Journeys are half-hour documentary style radio programs. Audio Journeys consist of on-location interviews with experts and the sounds of the subjects. New Audio Journeys each month. Email Adventures@AudioJourneys.org www.AudioJourneys.org
Photo Patricia Lawrence and guest recording Audio Journeys in Augsburg Germany
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June 2008 Episodes:
  • Pub Date: Jun 26, 2008 - 1:29 am
  • Museum of Mechanical Music Rudesheim Germany
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  • We are exploring the Museum of Mechanical Music in Rudesheim Germany. This is one of the world's largest and oldest mechanical musical instrument collections.
On location in Copan
  • Pub Date: Jun 26, 2008 - 1:29 am
  • Mayans of Copan Honduras
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  • Copán Ruinas is a tranquil oasis of ancient culture and sublime nature nestled in the foothills of western Honduras, just 7 miles from the Guatemala border. For years, Copán has been renowned for its magnificent Maya Ruins, a designated World Heritage Site believed by archeologists to be the cultural center, the Paris, of the Maya world. From the website www.CopanHonduras.org
  • Pub Date: Jun 12, 2008 - 1:29 am
  • Mayan Culture Center and Medicinal Plant Garden San Jose Guatemala
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  • In the remote village of San Jose Guatemala, Mayan traditions, customs, medicinal plants and language are being preserved by dedicated individuals. Our walking tour beings at the Spanish and Mayan Language School and Cultural Center.