The music of Johann Sebastian Bach recorded at Melk Abbey's cathedral, played throughout this engaging and informative audiobook, places the listener inside the hallowed walls of Austria's world-famous monastic site.
Museum representatives Maria Fruler and Cherish Dieter lead Travel Radio International's Patricia L. Lawrence on a guided tour through this UNESCO World Heritage site, built in the early 10th century, that has miraculously endured countless wars.
Fruler and Dieter's vast knowledge and Lawrence's thoughtful and inquisitive tone make this 30-minute audiobook a fascinating listen.
Audio Journeys explores Stift Melk Abby. This important bishopric was once a day’s horse ride from Vienna for the kings; today Melk Abby is a smooth overnight sail on a Viking River Cruise. Melk Abby, a very large UNESCO World Cultural Heritage site, was not damaged during World War II. We are on a walking tour throughout the rooms and halls of the Abby. More information at http://www.stiftmelk.at/
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It was okay. It was a quick story about a place I intend to visit.
For what it was, yes.
No. It is currently a tourist attraction. This was a tour narration and not a story.
Could have been better but for the price and the fact I will see it soon, it was worth the price of admission.
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