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#07 Herero dances and music

Herero Dances and Music


The sevens episode is about Oruvandjei that’s how the local people call their village, which is located about 50km south of Opuwo. Opuwo is with about 6000 people the only city – …

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# 05 The Riemvasmaak community

Namibia’s “Damaraland”

… a multicultural experience

The story of the Riemvasmaak community is sad and takes us to South Africa’s dark apartheid area where under the umbrella of the so called black spot removal program people where send by brutal …

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Chernobyl Documentary, part5

Chernobyl Documentary, Episode 05

Svetilovichi is a village, which had been several times decontaminated. However, some of the surrounding areas still show high contamination levels. The village Svetalovichi maintains their social live, they have a community center and a Kindergarten …

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Chernobyl Documentary, part4

Chernobyl Documentary, Episode 04

In the close surrounding area of the village in Stolbun the dose rate is negligible. After the break down of the Soviet Union people officially created their Russian Orthodox Church here. Before, the people in Stolbun …

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Chernobyl Documentary, part3

Chernobyl Documentary, Episode 03

Sheika, a village nearby Bartholomejevka, shows a high dose rate too. Even though the sign “Sheika” still exists, Belarus officials insist that this village doesn’t exist on the map. Here, people live without electricity, telephone and …

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Chernobyl Documentary, part2

Chernobyl Documentary, Episode 02

The film continues with another village, called Bartholomejevka. Not many people live here anymore. The dose rate is at around 2 μSv/ hour. An older couple lives here together with few left over neighbors in a …

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Chernobyl Documentary, part1

Chernobyl Documentary, Episode 01

Sivinka is the first location within the highly radioactive contaminated Gomel-Vetka region. Today no one lives here. The dose rate exceeds 5 μSv/ hour. However, the school of Sivinka had been used until 5 years after …

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