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📸 ABOUT SNAPS - IMPORTANT NOTE: we advise you to download your snaps this week, so you do not loose them in the near future. Take this chance to chat and support with our favorite hosts all over the world. Here is the list of last shows: Wednesday, January 18th Karol in Entebbe, Uganda 🇺🇬 Uganda’s Tea Garden: Bye For Now Karol, here! Let's Beam one more time at the nearest tour location- one of Uganda's big tea gardens. Do you know how they grow tea in rural Africa? Come join me along the road of one of the hilly tea gardens supporting Uganda’s tea production found in one of my community stays. We are surrounded by beautiful green nature, we have no home running water so we enjoy fetching our water from Wells to walk miles home and still operate a normal village life…But the horizon development is fast engulfing our village life. Is it good or bad, come and we explore together. Until We Meet Again, it's been my utmost humble pleasure to travel and bring you shows, as we Beam together,💓🥂
Juliane in Trier, Germany 🇩🇪 Trier's highlights Let's join Juliane and walk through Germany's oldest town that was founded in 17 BC by the Roman Emperor Augustus. During our tour we will discover the fascinating history and will see the main sights, including 3 UNESCO heritage sites (Roman audience hall, cathedral, Porta Nigra), as we well as the main market square with its fascinating history. We will discover how architecture was used by rulers to show their power. At the end of the tour we will also "meet" Trier's most famous son.
Patrick Twomey in Oaxaca, Mexico 🇲🇽 Explore Oaxaca, Mexico! Let's visit the breathtaking Oaxaca to the South of Mexico with Patrick. Do you know that Oaxaca features some of the best street food in the world? against a background of rich history, scenic rooftops, Spanish colonial history, and picturesque parks. Let Oaxaca and our host surprise you, let's head out there, away from winter and into exotic, vibrant Mexico.
Olga Bokhonovskaya in Odessa, Ukraine 🇺🇦 Odessa Jews in WW 2 Victory Let's join Olga and explore Odessa's history during its occupation by Romanians in WW2. Find out what happened to the city Jews after Odessa's liberation. And of course , learn the stories of Odessa locals who survived that horrible war.
Patrick Herpe in France, Paris 🇫🇷 Farewell tour from home, to find solution together Let's join Patrick for a chat, see how you can support him, what are his next steps and much more!
Gerard in London, UK 🇬🇧 The World of the Unexplained Let’s explore London with Gerard in a different way in these shows, we will visit different locations of the city while he tells us all about various famous unexplained events and mysteries. This show is for everyone who enjoys a little mystery in their lives. And with some different locations, some not seen in his other shows, we'll get to experience some great views of London.
Anna in St Petersburg, Russia 🇷🇺 Hermitage Museum - Residence of Czars of Russia Hello, Anna here! I invite you to another episode of my series of walks around the glorious Hermitage Museum in Saint-Petersburg, Russia. A series of nostalgic shows in my home town. Hermitage was once the official residence of the Romanov royal dynasty. How did the emperors of Russia live there? Just what levels of luxury did they attain? What art, what jewelry, what furniture did they surround themselves with?
Zuzanna in Krakow, Poland 🇵🇱 A Salt Mine - that's right! 300 feet below ground Join Zuzanna to go about 100 meters below the surface and discover an underground world full of amazing salt sculptures, enormous chambers and impresive wooden constructions. That's 330 feet below ground. Explore the most beautiful mine in the world*, created by the two most amazing powers on Earth. Man and nature. Over the 750 years of the mine's tradition, there have been times when man and nature worked together, and there have been times when they fought each other. The effect is absolutely mind-blowing.
Olga Dudakova live from home 🇺🇦 Holocaust’s Biggest Massacre, Babi Yar : Part 1 and 2 The massacre in Babi Yar is one of the defining events in the history of Ukrainian Jews. In September 1941, soon after the Germans occupied Kyiv. The entire Jewish population if the city was forced to come to the ravine they were forced to strip naked and ordered to stand near the edge of this ravine, known as Babi Yar. Over the following two days, machine-gunners shot 33,771 Jews. The Nazis continued to use the site for mass murder throughout their occupation. Many Roma people and other ethnic minorities were killed there, as were prisoners of war and patients at a nearby psychiatric hospital. Amid their retreat from Ukraine in 1943, the Nazis rushed to exhume the mass graves at Babi Yar and burn the bodies in an attempt to hide evidence of the atrocities. Let’s walk along the park which used to be an execution site and now is a Holocaust Memorial Center.
Thursday, January 19th Ian in Coventry, UK 🇬🇧 Coventry - City of Peace and Reconciliation Coventry was one of England's most important cities, famous for its beautiful medieval heart and modern manufacturing. But it suffered terrible devastation due to World War 2 bombing. Ian will be showing you what remains of its historic core around the sites of the two ancient cathedrals and one of England's grandest parish churches. We will trace the city's illustrious history and its role as a major centre of religion and political influence. We will then focus on the shell of the cathedral left standing after the bombing, the modern cathedral built alongside it and how Coventry's rebuilding and defiant spirit has made it a centre of peace and reconciliation, with links to numerous war-torn areas across the world.
Dave in Tipperary, Ireland 🇮🇪 The Rock of Cashel Let Dave take you to the Rock of Cashel, one of Ireland’s most spectacular and – deservedly – most visited tourist attractions. Set on a dramatic outcrop of limestone in the Golden Vale, the Rock of Cashel with over 1,000 years of history is iconic in its historic significance, possesses the most impressive cluster of medieval buildings in Ireland. Among the monuments to be found there is a round tower, a high cross, a Romanesque chapel, a Gothic cathedral, an abbey, the Hall of the Vicars Choral and a fifteenth-century Tower House.
Patricia in Perugia, Italy 🇮🇹 Perugia: 2500 Years of History, Etruscan Walls and Chocolate Let's join Patrizia and cover more than 2000 years of History and start the walk along the massive Etruscan townwalls and northern gate called Arco Etrusco. We will also make our way uphill to the Medieval centre where the famous Fontana Maggiore tells us about daily life in the 13th Century.
Olga Bokhonovskaya in Berlin, Germany 🇩🇪 Olga goes to Berlin City Walk Part 1. Enchanting Old Quarter Join Olga on this live-stream Berlin tour to explore the city’s oldest quarter, the idyllic Nikolaiviertel. On this live show, Olga will take you on a stroll along cobbled narrow streets of the quarter and along the Spree river. You’ll soak in the beautiful views, explore history, see the most important sights and the beautiful baroque architecture of Berlin’s oldest quarter.
Lillian live from home 🏠 A History of Art with Lilian 1:1 - Raphael Raphael is the other great Renaissance master that everyone is fascinated about. In today's class we will understand his artistic career and best pieces. The gradual development of this artist is rather fascinating and as we explore his world chronologically you will also get to experience the development of the Italian Renaissance and the movements that drove these narratives. Join Lillian to hear all about him!
Anna in St Petersburg, Russia Hermitage Museum - Residence of Czars of Russia Hello, Anna here! I invite you to another episode of my series of walks around the glorious Hermitage Museum in Saint-Petersburg, Russia. A series of nostalgic shows in my home town. Hermitage was once the official residence of the Romanov royal dynasty. How did the emperors of Russia live there? Just what levels of luxury did they attain? What art, what jewelry, what furniture did they surround themselves with?
Olga Dudakova in Prague, Czech Republic 🇨🇿 Ukraine. Banksy Murals on the Bombed Ukrainian Buildings The British street artist Banksy has confirmed he has created seven murals in various locations in Ukraine, including Kyiv, the suburb of Irpin, and the town of Borodyanka—among the places hardest hit by Russian bombardments. Olga will show you all the murals in the recoding that I made while I was in Kyiv.His task is to highlight to the world, which is busy with its own business, that the war is not over, and the lives of children, can look like this, and no one's childhood should be spent in ruins. Join us!
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