Wunderbar! German documentary crew captures Vancouver in HD

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Burrard Street Bridge
Burrard Street Bridge. Credit: Vancouver The City by The Sea/Arte TV

A German-language documentary by Arte TV is a visually-stunning, high-definition love letter to Vancouver, The City by The Sea.

The 43-minute episode is available for viewing online until Dec. 13, 2017.

The broadcaster says “Vancouver has set itself the challenge of becoming the greenest city in the world by 2020. Discover a vibrant and open city.”

The documentary — which thankfully comes with English subtitles — takes viewers around the city, including a ride on the Seabus, a visit to Chinatown, the Convention Centre green roof, as observing parkour and furniture making, and more.

It’s well worth a watch, if not just to bring back memories of our spectacular summers.

Video: Vancouver, The City by The Sea (Arte TV, 2017)

Screenshots: Vancouver, The City by The Sea (Arte TV, 2017)

Downtown Vancouver aerial
Downtown Vancouver aerial. Credit: Vancouver The City by The Sea/Arte TV
False Creek and Aquabus.
False Creek and Aquabus. Credit: Vancouver The City by The Sea/Arte TV
Green roof at the Convention Centre
Green roof at the Convention Centre. Credit: Vancouver The City by The Sea/Arte TV
The Lions and downtown Vancouver
The Lions and downtown Vancouver. Credit: Vancouver The City by The Sea/Arte TV
Sikh Motorcycle Club
Visit with the Sikh Motorcycle Club. Credit: Vancouver The City by The Sea/Arte TV
Vancouver Chinatown
Vancouver Chinatown. Credit: Vancouver The City by The Sea/Arte TV
Night paddle boarding on False Creek
Night paddle boarding on False Creek. Credit: Vancouver The City by The Sea/Arte TV
Portside Park
Portside Park. Credit: Vancouver The City by The Sea/Arte TV
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