Disaster: Dan Cruickshank’s Adventures in Architecture (Enhanced DVD)
Despite expert planning and construction, architectural buildings remain susceptible to destruction due to natural calamities and sudden rebellious attacks. This program depicts Dan Cruickshank’s journey through the various cities that were ravaged due to World War II. He visits Dresden in Germany, a legendary Baroque city that was completely ravaged in World War II.
Dresden in Germany is on the verge of being recreated. He also visits Minaret of Jam in Afghanistan, an old monument which remains in the danger of sudden military rebellions. San Francisco located in California which remains vulnerable to menacing, violent upheaval is also on the list on Dan. Finally he visits Palmyra, an awe-inspiring Syrian metropolis on the territory of the Silk Road that was destroyed by the Roman Empire.
(Disaster: Dan Cruickshank’s Adventures in Architecture, Enhanced DVD, 50 minutes) ISBN: 978-0-81608-958-1 Copy Right Date: 2008 CC