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    • Tour guide

    • A tour guide (U.S.) or a tourist guide (European) provides assistance, information and cultural, historical and contemporary heritage interpretation to people on organized tours and individual clients at educational establishments, religious and historical sites, museums, and at venues of other significant interest. ... Read »


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    • Blindfolded tourism

    • A Blind Tour (also Blindfold/Blindfolded Tourism/Sightseeing or Cecitourism) is a contemporary concept in tourism. A form of experimental travel, it is a guided tour in which the tourist is blindfolded for the entire duration of the tour while being talked through the visited areas, as opposed to traditional sightseein ... Read »


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    • Blue Badge tourist guide

    • Blue Badge Tourist Guides are the official, professional tourist guides of the United Kingdom. They wear a Blue Badge to indicate their professionalism. They are recognised by local tourist bodies throughout the UK, and by Visit Britain as Britain’s official tourist guides. There are over 2000 Blue Badge guides i ... Read »


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    • Ior Bock

    • Ior Bock

      Ior Bock (Finnish: [iːor bok]; originally Bror Holger Svedlin; 17 January 1942 – 23 October 2010) was a Swedish-speaking Finnish tour guide, actor, mythologist and eccentric. Ior Bock was a colourful media personality and became a very popular tour guide at the island fortress of Suomenlinna, where he worked ... Read »


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    • Humphry Bowen

    • Humphry Bowen

      Humphry John Moule Bowen (22 June 1929 – 9 August 2001) was a British botanist and chemist. Bowen was born in Oxford, son of the chemist Edmund Bowen. He attended the Dragon School, gaining a scholarship to Rugby School and then a demyship to Magdalen College, Oxford. He won the Gibbs Prize in 1949 and completed ... Read »


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    • Marion Brash

    • Marion Brash is an American actress known for her work in television and cinema. She made her first appearance on television in 1948 on Studio One. In 1953, she appeared in an episode of Man Against Crime, an early television series starring Ralph Bellamy. She portrayed a glamorous prostitute in the 20th episode of Gun ... Read »


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    • Dario Castagno

    • Dario Castagno (born 1967) is a former tour guide and an author, originally from England, https://www.dariocastagno.com now based in Italy. He was born in the Wimbledon district of London, England, in 1967 and moved to Italy in 1977 when his parents decided to return to their homeland. www.dariocastagno.com The Castag ... Read »


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    • Rosalind Chao

    • Rosalind Chao

      Rosalind Chao (/ˈrɒzəlɪnd ˈtʃaʊ/;simplified Chinese: 赵家玲; traditional Chinese: 趙家玲; pinyin: Zhào Jiālíng; born September 23, 1957 (1957-09-23)) is an American actress. Chao's best-known roles have been as a star of CBS's AfterMASH portraying South Korean re ... Read »


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    • Hope Cooke

    • Hope Cooke

      Hope Cooke (born June 24, 1940) is an American woman who was the "Gyalmo" (Tibetan: རྒྱལ་མོ་, Wylie: rgyal mo) (Queen Consort) of the 12th Chogyal (King) of Sikkim, Palden Thondup Namgyal. Their wedding took place in March 1963. She was termed Her Highness The Crown Princess o ... Read »


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    • Ralph Henry Carless Davis

    • Ralph Henry Carless Davis (7 October 1918 in Oxford – 12 March 1991 in Oxford), always known publicly as R. H. C. Davis, was a British historian and educator specialising in the European Middle Ages. He was a leading exponent of strict documentary analysis and interpretation, was keenly interested in architecture ... Read »


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    • William Dickson (Northern Ireland politician)

    • William Dickson (born 1947), known as Billy Dickson, is a unionist politician in Northern Ireland. Dickson was born in Greencastle and grew up off the Donegall Road in Belfast, where he studied at Kelvin Secondary School. He first rose to prominence in 1970, as the secretary of the Donegall Road Defence Committee, at ... Read »


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    • Jan Howard Finder

    • Jan Howard Finder (March 2, 1939 – February 26, 2013) was an American academic administrator, career counselor, science fiction writer, filker, hostelling tour guide, costumer, and fan. He was a guest of honor at the 1993 Worldcon, ConFrancisco. As a personal affectation, he often spelled his name in all lower ... Read »


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    • Lee Gelber

    • Lee Gelber (b. Bronx, New York) is an American tour guide and urban historian whose primary expertise is New York City and its environs. Gelber is a graduate of the City University of New York and former toy industry executive who went into the tour business following the occasion of the firm that he was working for ha ... Read »


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    • Nigel Hankin

    • Nigel Bathurst Hankin was brought up by his grandmother in Bexhill, Sussex. He was sent to Burma during late World War II but the war ended around the time he reached Bombay, India (now Mumbai, India). He liked the bustle of the Indian Subcontinent (Delhi, India in particular) and consequently he lived there for the re ... Read »


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    • Murder of Louise Jensen

    • The murder of Louise Jensen happened on 16 September 1994 in Ayia Napa, Cyprus, when British soldiers Allan Ford, Justin Fowler, and Geoffrey Pernell attacked, abducted, raped, and murdered Danish tour guide Louise Jensen. Louise Jensen was born on 19 March 1971. She died on 16 September 1994. She grew up in the t ... Read »


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    • Lee Klein

    • Lee Klein (born November 30, 1965) is a poet, curator, essayist and writer on the arts. Klein is the author of the "World's Biggest Shopping Mall Poem" about the taking over of reality by consumer culture. This poem was published by Linear arts in 1997 () in a limited edition followed by "Financial Surrealists Take th ... Read »


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    • Ryszard Kotla

    • Ryszard Kotla (born 30 March 1947, in Szczecin, Poland) is a Polish travel writer, tour guide, activist, journalist, academic teacher and lifeguard instructor at the Polish Life Saving Association. He is an electrical engineer by education, but is considered to be a leading expert on the history and tourism in Szczecin ... Read »


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    • Timothy Levitch

    • Timothy "Speed" Levitch (born July 9, 1970) is an American actor, tour guide, poet, speaker, philosopher, author and voice actor. The name "Speed" was given to him by a childhood friend in high school. Levitch has appeared in multiple films and has had his poetic and philosophical works published in books and periodica ... Read »


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    • Murray Lundberg

    • Murray Lundberg (born 1950) is a Canadian historian, tour guide, writer, and photographer, whose primary focus is the history and lifestyle of the Yukon Territory and Alaska. He has authored two books, Fractured Veins & Broken Dreams and The Alaska Highway, and has helped edit other books and articles on northern subj ... Read »


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    • David E. Mark

    • David Everett Mark (November 15, 1923 – September 17, 2005) was a Career Minister in the United States Foreign Service. Born in New York City to Leslie Mark (ne Lazarus Macht) and Lena Tyor Mark, Mark graduated from Columbia University, and while serving in the Army Air Corps during World War II, he completed his ... Read »


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    • Alvin McDonald

    • Alvin Frank McDonald (1873 – December 15, 1893) was an early American caver and tour guide at what became Wind Cave National Park in South Dakota, the sixth longest cave system in the world, from 1889 to 1893. From the age of 16 until he was 20, he discovered and mapped the first 8 to 10 miles (13 to 16 km) of ... Read »


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    • Francis Morrone

    • Francis Morrone (born 1958) is an American architectural historian, known for his work on the built history of New York City. Morrone's essays on architecture have appeared in the Wall Street Journal, City Journal, American Arts Quarterly, the New Criterion, Humanities, and the New York Times. He was a columnist for t ... Read »


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    • David Rattray

    • David Grey Rattray (6 September 1958 – 26 January 2007) was a South African historian of the 1879 Anglo-Zulu war in South Africa, also well known as a tour guide. Rattray was born in Johannesburg, matriculated from the St. Alban's College in Pretoria, and studied entomology (the study of insects) at the Universit ... Read »


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    • Chris Roberts (author)


    • San Francisco City Guides

    • San Francisco City Guides (SFCG) is a non-profit organization that offers over 90 different walking tours of San Francisco presented by trained, volunteer guides. San Francisco City Guides was founded in 1978 as a program of the San Francisco Public Library (SFPL) and the San Francisco Parks Alliance. Tours are offe ... Read »


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    • Jonathan Schofield


    • Brendan Sheerin

    • Brendan Sheerin (born 23 February 1959) is a British International Tour Guide, television personality, pantomime actor and author with 34 years of experience in the travel business, made famous by the reality TV show Coach Trip on Channel 4. Since 2005, Sheerin has appeared in the Channel 4 television series Coach ... Read »


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    • Maurice Sixto

    • Maurice Alfrédo Sixto (May 23, 1919, Gonaïves, Haiti – May 12, 1984, Philadelphia, USA) was a professor, a translator, tour guide and ambassador. The son of an engineer, Maurice Alfredo Sixto and Maria Bourand, he attended St Louis de Gonzague for his secondary studies; upon graduation he attended l'Academi ... Read »


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    • Lisle Snell

    • Lisle Snell

      Lisle Denis Snell is a Norfolk Island politician, who from 20 March 2013 until 17 June 2015 was the final Chief Minister of Norfolk Island. He also served as Minister for Tourism. Both offices were abolished, along with the Legislative Assembly of Norfolk Island in 2015 by the Government of Australia. Snell is a Pitca ... Read »


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    • Jean Valentine (bombe operator)

    • Jean Valentine (born 1924, Scotland) was an operator of the bombe decryption device in Hut 11 at Bletchley Park in England, designed by Alan Turing and others during World War II. She was a member of the "Wrens" (Women's Royal Naval Service, WRNS). She was one of a number of women who worked at Bletchley Park. During t ... Read »


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    • Şerif Yenen


    • Walter Zanger

    • Walter Zanger

      Walter Zanger (Hebrew: וולטר זנגר‎‎), was an American-born Israeli author, tour guide and television personality. He was a contributor to newspapers, encyclopedias and magazines, and served as a member of the editorial board of the Jewish Bible Society. Walter Zanger was born i ... Read »


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    • Rex Ziak

    • Rex Ziak (pronounced "zeek") is a writer, historian, tour guide, and documentarian, who lives in Naselle, Washington, United States. Known for his Lewis and Clark studies, he is the author of In Full View. After careful study of the expedition's journals and of the geography of the Columbia River estuary, Ziak discover ... Read »


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