St. Stephen's - The living Cathedral Trailer

St. Stephen's - The living Cathedral Trailer (1997)

"Life in the Stone" 23 December 1997 50 mins

St. Stephen’s Cathedral ranks amongst Austria‘s most famous cultural monuments. Yet, one would not think of that Cathedral being one of the most astonishing natural areas in Austria.Georg Riha and his team have explored the Cathedral from its foundations to the top of its 136 meter spire and discovered a true botanical and zoological garden: wild animals, exotic butterflies, kestrels, moss, lichen and even trees.

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Cast

Bruno Ganz

as Narrator (German Version)

John Shrapnel

as Narrator (English Version)

International Titles

St. Stephan - The Living Cathedral Trailer

International Releases Dates

Austria 23 December 1997

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