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This reel takes spectators through the foothills of the Pyrenees, to Budapest, Hungary, and to see the life of the natives in Egypt. The Pyrenees are extremely picturesque. There are deep ... See full summary
This reel takes spectators through the foothills of the Pyrenees, to Budapest, Hungary, and to see the life of the natives in Egypt. The Pyrenees are extremely picturesque. There are deep gorges not more than eight or ten feet wide, dashing cataracts, and rugged valleys. Especially pleasing is the picture of the Hourat gorges, through which rushes the Ossau River. Then at Laruns the Ossau comes out of its troubled mountain bed to become a peaceful river. Budapest, situated on both banks of the Danube River, is the largest city of the Kingdom of Hungary. In addition to a general view of the city there is a picture of the celebrated Elizabeth Suspension bridge, a good view of the river boats, and pictures of the houses of Parliament. Life in Egypt pictures the Procession of the Sacred Carpet, taken every year to Mecca and returned to its Mosque at Cairo with stately ceremonies, the Khedive taking part. Other pictures show native soldiers, women transporting water from the Nile, an ...

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