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European Festivals 2

Season 10 Episode 1007 | 25m 02s

Let's celebrate Sevilla's April Fair and Bastille Day in Paris, run with the bulls at Pamplona, party at Oktoberfest, and celebrate Christmas in Nürnberg and the Swiss Alps.

Aired: 10/05/18 | Expires: 07/17/27
Distributed nationally by American Public Television
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