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Bon Voyage Nigeria

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Abstract
Nigeria. Landscapes. Flora and fauna. The Niger River. Boat movement. Urban and rural settlements. Life, everyday life, occupations of the inhabitants of Nigeria. Collection and drying of cocoa beans. Processing of corn fields. Loading and unloading operations in the seaport. Repair of ships at the shipyard. Manufacturing processes in the handicraft industry. Construction of buildings, roads. The movement of trains. Lagos city. Streets, buildings. Transport and pedestrian traffic. The shops. Fruit water plant, one of the foreign companies. Market. Street trade. Policeman. Missionary priest. Performance by street artists. Craftsmen at work. Museum of Culture of the Peoples of Nigeria. Production processes in the mines of the city of Enugu. University in the city of Ibadan. Nigeria's Independence Day celebrations in the city of Lagos. Princess Alexandra (Great Britain) present. Session of Parliament. Members of the Soviet delegation are present. A trip to the country of members of the Soviet delegation.
Director
V. Eshurin
Color
Color
Film ID
16000
Keywords
nature
, standard of living
, building
, plant growing
, a family
, private trade
, river transport
, museums
, state holidays
, animal world
, landscapes
, decorative and applied art
, rural settlements
, sea transport
, extractive industry
, food industry
, christianity
, political connections
, shipbuilding industry
, handicraft industry
, professional education
, cities
, railway transport
, home life
Meterage
1200,6
Number of Parts
5
Operators
V. Eshurin, K. Ryashentsev
Other Creators
text V. Gorokhov, speaker L. Khmara, composer L. Feigman, sound engineer D. Ovsyanikov, assistant director T. Chistyakov
Release Date
1960
Sound
Has Sound

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