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"Everywhere You Look--
German-American Sites in Washington, D.C."
http://www.goethe.de/ins/us/was/pro/vtour/dc1/en_bkgrd.htm

"Everywhere You Look--
German-American Sites in San Francisco and the Bay Area"
http://www.goethe.de/ins/us/was/pro/vtour/sf1/index.htm

"Everywhere You Look--
German-American Sites in Chicago, Illinois"
http://www.goethe.de/ins/us/chi/pro/vtour/index2b.htm

"Everywhere You Look:
German-American Sites in --SYRACUSE??"



Would you like to be able to take a virtual tour of past and present German-American sites in and around Onondaga County? Would you like to see the architectural and cultural landmarks and neighborhoods important to our German-American ancestors that still exist today? A Virtual Tour of German-American heritage in and around Syracuse is a possibility--but not yet a reality.

The Goethe Institut of Washington, D.C. has already helped sponsor the three exciting virtual tours listed above, and is willing to help with one in Syracuse. All that is needed is interest and support from the local community. A German-language teacher, a class of students willing to take on the project, and one or two local sponsors may be all that is needed to make it happen.

If you like what you see of the other three cities and want the same for Syracuse and Onondaga County (before even more of our German-American cultural heritage sites disappear), contact:

Bill Gilcher
Project Director and General Editor
Goethe Institut
812 Seventh Street, NW
Washington, DC 20001-3718
media@washington.goethe.org


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