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Discovery Atlas: Mexico

Mexico opens its doors and invites us  to know its customs and beliefs and to enjoy its tourist attractions, music and cuisine.

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Discovery Atlas: France

The history, traditions and French cuisine, the national holiday and fireworks under the Eiffel Tower.  The new generations and their new challenges.

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Discovery Atlas: Brazil

The transformation of Brazil, its traditions and customs, the famous Rio de Janeiro Carnival, the Amazon  river, the modern cities and the passion for soccer.

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Curiosity: Did God Create the Universe?

The creation of the universe seen through the commentaries and opinions of British physicist Stephen Hawking. The mystery of the Big Bang. The laws of nature and Einstein´s theory of…

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2111: Entertainment

“Entertainment is an important part of our lives, and the future holds even more excitement and surprises in the field. Scientific research and the revolution in technology and robotics will…

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Wonders of Colombia: Las Lajas Sanctuary

Built on top of a mountain on one of Colombia’s most active geological faults, Las Lajas Sanctuary has avoided damage from the frequent earthquakes that characterize the area thanks to…

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2111 – Daily Life

The development of nanotechnology and genomic studies are changing human beings¨ daily lives and routines. Detecting illnesses early will be possible one hundred years from now. Communications, access to information,…

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Exodus: History Writ Large

This program presents the history of the Exodus and its outstanding events. Ramses the Great and his ambition try to prevent the journey of the Israelites to the Promised Land.

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Wonders of Colombia: Biblioeca España

Biblioteca España in Medellin, Colombia, a great architectural and engineering challenge due to the mountainous terrain on which it was built, required great discipline and tenacity to overcome the great…

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Wonders of Colombia: San Felipe

Cartagena de Indias, the port where gold and silver from Peru were loaded to be sent to Spain. threatened by the English fleet of 184 ships. Amazingly, San Felipe de…

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