Every ten years, the village of Oberammergau in Germany performs the “Passion Play” which brings to life the events of Christ’s ministry and death. This world-renowned performance is an incredible undertaking by such a small community but is unsurpassed in quality and impact. Join Cruise Lady as we journey to Germany and the surrounding area during the 2020 presentation of the play. This tour of “Fairytales, Castles, and Kings” is sure to be an unforgettable experience. In addition to experiencing the play, we visit Nymphenburg Palace, Wieskirche (where Silent Night was first performed), Neuschwanstein Castle, Hohenschwangau Castle, Linderhof Castle, and Herrenchiemsee Castle. We also visit Hitler’s Eagle’s Nest, Mauthausen Concentration Camp, and take a boat ride on Konigsee. In Salzburg, we enjoy a Mozart Concert and visit Hellbrunn Palace. We are still confirming the exact dates and pricing however it is not too early be put on our list as tickets WILL SELL OUT!
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|HEADLINERS:Roger P. Minert Ph.D.|
Roger P. Minert is a professor of Church history and family history at Brigham Young University, specializing in central Europe. He has studied all things German since he was eleven and is classified as a native speaker of German. During his six years in Germany and Austria, he has traveled more than 100,000 miles, much of that as a tour guide. His publications include 120 books and articles, among them two books on the LDS Church in Germany in World War II: Under the Gun and In Harm’s Way. In 2010, In Harm’s Way: East German Latter-day Saints in World War II won the Mormon History Association’s Geraldine McBride Woodward Award for Best Publication in International Mormon History. Roger’s wife, Jeanne, also graduated in German at BYU where they met. They have four daughters and nineteen grand-children and reside in Provo.