On this guided tour, participants visit in Zurich and Glarus historic sites where important events have taken place towards the liberal and democratic Switzerland. This is a tour of an important but relatively unknown part of Swiss history. It can be explored places and buildings, as they are less frequently described in a guide book or in an app.Besides insights into the history of the Glarner Heinrich Hössli, the early champion of men love and Ernst Ostertag and Röbi Rapp, who fought the high point of the journal "The Circle" in Zurich for their rights and have registered the first Swiss men couple their partnership experience the customer and the modern Zurich with the most popular bars and clubs of the gay community. The circle in the postwar period achieved an enormous significance for the homosexual movement in Europe and even North America.
Regimental Sergeant-Major Lauderdale is a spit-and-polish, by-the-book disciplinarian, who seems like a 19th Century anachronism in a sleepy peacetime African outpost of the modern British Commonwealth. He is ridiculed behind his back by his subordinate NCO's and must play host to a liberal female MP making a tour of the base. However, when an ambitious African officer, who happens to be a protege of the MP's, initiates a coup d'etat against Captain Abraham, the lawful African commandant, the resourceful RSM uses all his military training to arm his men despite being under house arrest and rescue the wounded commandant from a certain firing squad. When Lt. Boniface, the leader of the mutiny surrounds the sergeants mess with two Bofors guns, it looks like Lauderdale will have to surrender unless he again disobeys orders and takes the initiative. High Definition Transfer Commentary by Actor John Leyton Interview with Mia Farrow TBC Promotional Materials Gallery Still Gallery Original Theatrical Trailer
From the acclaimed director of Lawrence of Arabia, Doctor Zhivago and The Bridge on the River Kwai, Sir David Lean’s last ever feature film is a magnificent work which earned two Oscars for its rich, evocative score and a superb performance by Dame Peggy Ashcroft.A Passage to India is “a wonderfully provocative tale, full of vivid characters, all played to near perfection” (The New York Times). With the director’s “strongest cast in years” (Time Out) including Judy Davis, James Fox, Sir Alec Guinness, and Nigel Havers.When liberal-minded English ladies Mrs. Moore (Ashcroft) and Adela Quested (Davis) arrive in India, they’re shocked by the prejudice that exists there. The gentle Dr. Aziz (Victor Banerjee) rises above the intolerance and guides the women on a tour of the splendid and mysterious Marabar caves; but when Adela runs terrified from the caves scratched and bleeding, news of the incident spreads across the whole of India...igniting a powder keg of tension that has been waiting to explode.Special Features: Two Theatrical Trailers Five Picture Galleries Cast Filmographies E.M. Forster Biography David Lean Filmography Subtitles
Explore Amsterdam with a local guide and see the city's architectural beauty, art, bikes and canal houses, plus more of the many curiosities that make it one of the most interesting capital cities in the world. This private 2-hour tour is interactive and family friendly, and gives you a well-rounded introduction to Amsterdam's history, culture, and unique lifestyle. Learn about the Golden Age, World War II, liberal Dutch policies, drugs, the Red Light District, and more as you wander past the city's most important landmarks.
Discover one of the most visited and wonderful cities of Europe with your private official tour guide. Wonder around the city and its beautiful canals with a local and experienced tour guide. During your private tour you will see the highlights in the old town of Amsterdam such as canals, canal houses, Dam square, Rembrandt house, Jordaan area, Jewish quarter, red light district and much more! You will listen to the stories about Amsterdam’s history and why it’s such a liberal city nowadays and how this is related to the history of Amsterdam, the city’s golden age (17th century) in particular.
After a 45 minute ferry ride,visitors take a tour of the maximum-security jail guided by an inmate guide that share his personal experience at Robben Island.Robben Island is where former late political prisoner Mr Nelson Mandela and others developed their concepts for post-apartheid South Africa,concepts that led to the overthrow of a brutal regime and development one of the world’s most liberal democracy.NB: booking is essential. lunch stop is at a local formal restaurant (sharing buffet) based in township and intertained with live music and storytelling from the owners.
Discover Hobart's intense and lengthy love affair with wine, spirits and cider as we stroll along historic waterfront locations with liberal tastings at significant historic venues. Your tour will cover the history of Hobart’s wild colonial days and the fascinating role alcohol consumption played in the growth of the city. Also you'll discover the contemporary story of how Hobart is now the centre of the universe for world class wine, spirits and craft cider. This is a delicious 2 hour walking tour of Hobart with a friendly, knowledgeable guide and the tour will conclude at Salamanca Place.If you can't make it on a scheduled tour, please call to arrange a tour on a day and time to suit you.
Planning To Have A Wonderful Tour This Year? When you begin traveling,you will be amazed to discover a world you knew so little about. Feel stress free and we will plan and manage your tour as per your desire. Our professionals have arranged countless national and international tours. - Modern vehicles with professional chauffeur and drivers. - Wifi on board- Bottled Water- Low costLahore is the capital of the Pakistani province of Punjab. Lahore is the country's second-most populous city after Karachi. Lahore is the largest city and historic cultural centre of the wider Punjab region and is one of Pakistan's most socially liberal progressive and cosmopolitan cities.
During the Amsterdam History Tour you will discover some of Amsterdam’s most iconic squares, buildings, canals and old streets, while learning about the city’s history, liberal culture and Dutch people. Our knowledgeable local guides will take you on a great walking tour straight through Amsterdam’s historic center. During this 1:45 hour tour our licensed experts explain how freedom and tolerance were born in the Netherlands and how they impacted Amsterdam’s financial development; turning a scanty fishing village into the centre of world trade. We describe how these same values from the 16th century still shape the attitudes of today’s Amsterdammers. This Amsterdam City Tour is a feast for the eyes; so don’t forget to charge your camera!