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Embark on the Journey of a Lifetime.
Planning a vacation and don't know where to go? Or, perhaps, you don't have the means to travel and are looking for a less expensive way to see the world. Well, either way, your search has ended, my friend. Must See Places Of The World is the answer…maybe. This 6-disc box set visits almost every corner of the globe. Let's start the journey!
Phew! That's the whole shebang! Reader's Digest produced all the series here. The production values are relatively low, the pacing slow, and the narration lethargic. It feels like something that would be shown at a primary school. This is unfortunate because it takes away from what should be exciting and awe inspiring natural wonders and human feats of engineering. Additionally, as is obvious from my summaries, there is plenty of repetition. At the same time, this is a fairly extensive box set of notable places to see.
The video is presented in 1.33:1 aspect ratio. The picture quality is ok. The color is acceptable and there is a small amount of visible grain right through the set. Similarly, the audio is a simple stereo track that does its job.
There are no extras.
Must See Places Of The World is neither great nor terrible. It does what it sets out to do in a workmanlike manner without any bells or whistles.
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