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Mysteries Of Asia (Disc 2 of 2) (1999)
Starring: Mysteries of Asia
Category: Special Interest, Documentary
Studio: Unapix
156 mins



Mysteries of Asia -- a continent steeped in ancient cultures, religions and bulidings.In this intriguing 3-program series, we travel to these exotic lands and examine the mysteries behind some of the most fascinating structures found there.

In Lost Temples Of India, learn how these 1,000-year-old temples were built using large herds of trained elephants to drag the millions of stone blocks into place.

In Jewels Of The Jungle, learn about the myths of Angkor and examine the actual facts about the builders of Angkor - was it the work of giants or did it spring up by itself?

In Secrets Of The Great Wall, learn that the wall is actually 20 Walls and that the actual purpose of the wall may not have only been to keep the Barbarians out, but also to keep the Chinese in.