Day Trip to Maastricht – Vlog (Video Blog) Travel Netherlands 🇳🇱 – Howtoshtab – how to, lifehacks, tips and tricks

Welcome to Maastricht, a city in the south eastern corner of the Netherlands. Filled with international influence, Maastricht closely borders both Belgium and Germany. Zeyu and I had a lovely day trip here. A few blocks away from the train station we strolled past one of the oldest bridges in The Netherlands, the Sint Servaas bridge. The view from the bridge is beautiful and one can overlook the famous Meuse River. Closer towards the city center we found our way through the Our Beloved Lady Square or (Onze Lieve Vrouweplein) and The Vrijthof. One can find many surrounding shops and cafes nearby both squares. One of the most interesting shops we encountered while walking around was the Bishop’s Mill.

The oldest watermill in The Netherlands with its own bakery. After a quick lunch we set out towards the Jeker River and stumbled upon Maastricht’s Old City Wall. Next to the wall is the city park where children were feeding animals in a miniature zoo. Finally, another 10 minutes South took us to Fort Sint Pieter. Built in the early 1700s the view from atop the fortress gave us an overview of Maastricht. Also nearby are historical limestone caves. Unfortunately, we missed our tour time and did not have a chance to enter neither the cave nor the fort. Overall we loved Maastricht, there is so much international influence here and it was a shame we only had one day to enjoy this beautiful city..

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Simphony 1.x Training – Simphony First Edition – Howtoshtab – how to, lifehacks, tips and tricks

Session 2 Beginner Overview This is the Micros Simphony start up screen. You can see several things here. Probably the first thing you have noticed is the large concept logo. Then we have the large Sign in and Clock in keys near the left side on the bottom. Over to the right we have a keypad and near the top we have some information about the POS and the yellow status bar. This yellow bar is affectionately called BOB by the Micros initiated. BOB will always tell you what is going on. If you are stuck on a screen and can’t figure out the next step, BOB usually tells you what the system is requesting for you to do. For now, it says, Sign in, Enter ID Number.

REMEMBER! This is your gateway to Micros. From this screen, everything else happens. Session 3 Date and Time The date and time can be accessed from the start up screen. To show the current date and time on the POS, press on the date and time button near the bottom right under the keypad. The date and time is displayed in the center of the screen. Unfortunately this cannot be resized. EMEMBER! If you ever notice that this time or date is off by more than a few minutes, please contact your manager and let them know as soon as you can. We always want to keep the time synchronized across all of the POS systems. Session 4 Clocking In Clocking in begins your shift. You must clock in before you can sign in. Press on the Clock In and Out button at the bottom of the screen. Swipe your card through the magnetic or MAG reader on the right side of the POS screen. The POS may prompt you for the job you are performing today. Whether you are working as a server or cashier or maintenance staff, push the number indicated for your role that day and press the ENTER/YES button. REMEMBER! A time slip will print on the receipt printer with your clock in time.

You are now clocked in. Session 5 Clocking Out Clocking out either ends your shift, or begins your lunch break, depending on the selections you choose. Press on the Clock in or out button at the bottom of the screen. Swipe your card through the magnetic reader on the right side of the POS screen. The POS will prompt you, “Confirm Clock Out?” If you are sure you want to clock out. Hit the enter or yes key. The POS then will prompt you if you are taking a break. If you are taking an unpaid break, press the enter or yes key and take your break. Please keep in mind that as of May 21, 2013, the system will give you between 30 and 35 minutes to return from your lunch break. If you attempt to return early or late, the POS will prompt for a manager authorization upon clocking back in. If you are not going on break, but instead clocking out for the day, press CLEAR/NO when the POS prompts “Are you clocking out for break?” REMEMBER! A time slip will print on the receipt printer and you are now clocked out. Session 6 Updating the workstation The concept logo serves as an update function for the POS system.

It typically updates in near real time on its own,but sometimes it may be necessary to refresh the system with an update. Just push on the logo to process the update. REMEMBER! Typically updating is done first thing in the morning or under the instruction of IT. Session 7 Signing in and Signing out Signing into the POS system grants you access to all of the system functions. You must be clocked in before the POS system will allow you to sign in. Press the Sign In button and swipe your Micros card through the MAG reader. If you are allowed to work in that center, the POS will sign you in. To get back to the Sign In screen, press TRANS CANCEL from any screen. REMEMBER! Signing out is important to ensure that another one of your coworkers doesn’t accidentally begin a check under your profile. Session 8 New Check by Table Starting a new check by table is the default way to begin new checks in a table service restaurant.

Sign into the POS. If on the Functions screen, press begin check to go to the begin check screen. Press begin table to be prompted for the table number. Enter the table number and hit enter/yes to confirm. REMEMBER! More than one check can be entered per table. If we open a second check at the same table, it gets a slash with a number at the end of the table number. For example. If we are using table number 2, the first check is marked with table number 2/1. A second check begun at this table will have a table number of 2/2. Session 9 New Check by Number Starting a new check by number is the default way to begin checks in a quick service restaurant, retail shop or grab and go station. Sign into the POS. If on the Functions screen, press begin check to go to the begin check screen. Press begin check by number. The number will automatically populate and the new check will be created. You can also go directly to the food or main screen and enter a select a menu item.

This will create a new check with a new check number. REMEMBER! Creating a new check by number does not associate it with a table number. Session 10 Guest Check ID The guest check ID is an identifier added to the check information to make the check easier to find or to make giving a guest their order quicker. On the functions screen, press the button add name to check or guest check ID button. Enter the guest’s name and hit enter/yes. REMEMBER! The guest name will now show up on the guest check, the open check SLU, check detail, kitchen printers and kitchen displays. Session 11 Send/Print Checks Sending and printing checks is how table service restaurants are able to keep several different checks open at one time. Sending or printing a check is called service totaling the check. Pressing the send key will send the order to the kitchen and/or bar, but will not print a copy of the guest check at your local receipt printer. Alternatively, pressing the print button, will also send the order to the kitchen or bar, but it will also print a copy of the guest check.

REMEMBER! Both keys effectively “park” or “service total” the check so it is available on the Pickup Check or Open Check SLU. Session 12 Pickup Check SLU The Pickup Check SLU or Open Check SLU is where all parked or service totaled checks can be found. From the functions or begin check screen, press the View Open Checks button. From here I can select any of my available open checks to continue working on that check. REMEMBER! All open checks are found on this screen. Session 13 Assigning Seat Numbers Assigning a seat number to each menu item entered on the check is an effective way of managing table service. After starting a new check or picking up an existing check, pressing Seat # will initiate entries assigned to seat 1. Any items entered while seat 1 is selected will be assigned to seat 1. This information shows up in the check detail and in the kitchen output, but not on the guest checks. Pushing seat # again will increment the seat numbers by one each time it is pressed.

Alternatively I can use the numbers on the left side here to select a seat number and then push the seat number button. REMEMBER! Input every item with a seat number to make it easier for yourselves and your kitchen to sort out a table’s order. Session 14 Editing seat number assignments Using the touch edit screen for seat numbers is the easiest way to make corrections or add additional seats. After starting a new check or picking up an existing check, push Edit Seat to assign any or all menu items on the check to a seat number. Pressing new brings up additional seat numbers which can also be edited. Highlight any menu item or number of menu items will allow them to be moved to any seat. Press done when you want to save your changes. REMEMBER! Any number of items or changes to your guest’s seating arrangement can be modified through the touch edit. Session 15 Repeat Round The repeat round key can be used after a check has been service totaled at least one time.

Any available beverages that are eligible to be repeated will have a < less than symbol next to it in the check detail. Items with an asterisk or star will not be included. After picking up a service totaled check, hitting the repeat round key repeats all of the repeatable items. REMEMBER! Error corrects can be performed to eliminate one or more menu items not to be included in the repeated round. Session 16 Order Types There are several different order types we use. Dine In and To Go are the two main order types used. From the Functions or Food Prep screen, press on Dine In or Togo to change the Order Type. REMEMBER! Other order types may include Bar or Grab and Go. Session 17 Transaction Cancel The Transaction Cancel or Trans Cancel key is on nearly every touchscreen.

It can be used to cancel a function you started, to sign out of the POS and it does a couple functions with checks. All transaction cancels are logged by the system. Pressing TRANS CANCEL with a check open will cancel the current round of the check. If this is a new check, the check will be totally removed. Pressing trans cancel on any other screen will either close the current screen that is open, or sign you out of the POS. REMEMBER! Trans cancel does not void checks! Session 18 Error Corrects Error corrects are voids that are performed in the current service round. Push the VOID key twice to remove the last entered item from the check. Alternatively, highlight an item in the check detail and press VOID. REMEMBER! Error correction abilities are not available at all locations. Session 19 Previous Round Voids All checks that have been service totaled or subtotaled need a manager to authorize removing any items from the check.

This is called a previous round void or direct void. Highlight the menu item in the check detail and press VOID. Confirm the void, enter a reason code and swipe a manager card if prompted. REMEMBER! The reason code allows the tracking of different kinds of voids and should match the incident report filed for the void. Please use it appropriately. Session 24 Reprint a Guest Check Reprinting a guest check will allow you a quick way to provide a guest with an extra copy of their check. Go to the Functions Screen, select Reprint Closed Check, enter the Check number and press Enter/Yes. The closed check will print a new copy. REMEMBER! You must have the check number available before you can reprint a closed check. Session 25 Customer Return As rarely as they may happen, sometime we have to provide customer returns.

Luckily this process is easy. Start a new check and press RETURN. Locate or scan the item into the POS. It will create a red, negatively priced item with the letter R in the check detail. This check can now be closed to cash or credit tender types. You will either need to put money in the drawer or swipe the customer’s credit card. Returns should be performed using the same tender type as what was used on the original check. REMEMBER! Start a new check for all customer returns. Please do not reopen closed checks to perform returns. Also, the customer should present you with a receipt with the goods they purchase and would like to return. Session 26 Number Look Ups Sometimes it may be necessary to do an item lookup when it doesn’t scan. Press Number Lookup to lookup any menu item by SKU/UPC code. You can use the NAME LOOKUP key to do a lookup on a menu item by name.

It builds off of the first character in the name and is not a full blown search feature. These methods of entering menu items should be used as seldom as possible. REMEMBER! There is no way to enter the Areas Item Code on the POS in order to ring in the item. You must do it by UPC or Name. Session 28 Cash Transactions After starting a check, press the PAY button from any screen. Use one of the cash denomination buttons at the top of the screen to quickly enter the bills you receive from the guest. These buttons can be combined to add up to any amount. Pressing the EXACT CASH key will cause the check to close as the amount is assumed to be paid in full. To enter any other amount of cash or cash and coins, enter the amount of cash on the keypad before hitting Exact Cash. Session 29 Credit Transactions After starting a check, press the PAY button from any screen. In a quick service restaurant or a retail concept, there will only be a CC FINAL button.

In the table service restaurants, there is a CC AUTH and CC FINAL button. In addition there are two more buttons, OFFLINE AUTH and OFFLINE FINAL. The difference being that if you are in a quick service location or retail concept, you will see both of these offline buttons. In a table service restaurant, there will only be a OFFLINE AUTH button. A credit authorization is performed by pressing either CC AUTH or CC FINAL and swiping the credit card through the mag reader attached to the POS. If the read is successful, the system will process the credit transaction and reply with either a message saying declined or the authorization slip will print on the receipt printer. In a table service restaurant, once the authorization is obtained and returned signed by the customer, just enter the final amount of the check on the keypad, with tip included if necessary, and press CC FINAL.

To only authorize a credit card for a certain amount, use the keypad to enter the amount to authorize before hitting the CC AUTH or CC FINAL button. Session 31 Vouchers After starting a check, press the PAY button from any screen. Press the VOUCHERS key Enter the amount of the voucher, not more than the guest check subtotal. That is to say if the voucher amount is 10 dollars, but the check subtotal is 8 dollars, you need to enter 8 dollars. Change is not given back to the customer when using a voucher. Press the Enter key and then enter the reference entry for this voucher. It could be a serial number code from the voucher or possibly the airline that issued the voucher. If the full voucher amount doesn’t cover the entire subtotal, another tender type will have to be used. Using more than one tender is covered in the Multiple Tenders section. Session 32 Multiple Tenders If a Guest wants to pay with more than one payment method, like two credit cards, or an airline voucher and cash for example, we can accommodate up to a maximum of 255 different payment methods on one check. Although we will only typically use 2 to 4 tender types.

Any tender can be part of a partial payment on a check. It is important to remember two things. First, you must enter the amount to put towards a particular tender by entering the amount first, before hitting the tender key. So if you have 2 credit cards and a voucher with 5 dollars each. We will enter 5 dollars on the first card, 5 dollars on the second card and 5 dollars on the voucher. The second rule is that cash must always be entered last or the cash drawer will not open. So if a guest wants to pay 5 dollars in cash and the rest to a credit card, you will need to enter the authorization for the credit card first, and then apply the 5 dollars in cash. This process can be completed until the subtotal limit for the check is reached and the check will close. Session 33 Tax Exempt On the Pay screen, there is a key that says Tax Exempt.

When a guest presents valid tax exemption identification, press this key to withhold the tax on the check. This requires a manager authorization. Session 34 Discounts On the Pay screen, there is a key that say Discounts. Pushing this key will bring up all the available manual discounts that can be applied to the check. The majority of discounts require a manager authorization. Press on any discount to apply it to the check. There are also automatic discounts. These discounts are applied by the system automatically and require no intervention. Session 36 Assigning a Micros Card Sign in as a manager and press the PMC button. From the PMC, press Employees. Locate the employee in the list provided or using the search functions on the right hand side. Once the employee is located, highlight the entry and hit Edit.

From the edit screen, we will press Assign ID/CARD and swipe a new micros card through the mag reader attached to the POS. If the keypad window goes away, the card was read successfully. Hit Save and Done to exit. Session 37 Editing a Time Card Sign in as a manager and press the PMC button. From the PMC, press Employees. Locate the employee in the list provided or use the search functions on the right hand side. Once the employee is located, highlight the entry and hit Edit. From the edit screen, we will see a tab at the top of the PMC window called Timecards for any hourly employee that has clock entries in the current pay period. Use the rows of clock entries to review the time card detail. If you need to edit a record, highlight that entry and press edit. Use the pop up window to complete any modifications. You can also use the Clock Out key at the bottom of the screen to force an employee record out of the system. Once clocked out, you can go back to that entry and modify it for the time the employee was supposed to clock out. Session 39 Assign/Unassign a Cash Drawer When beginning a shift, an associate will be required to be assigned to a cash drawer before being able to use them.

The manager must be present to authorize the cash drawer assignment. To assign a cash drawer, just sign in with the associate that will receive the drawer, make sure you are on the manager functions or check functions screen, and simply hit Assign CD 1 or Assign CD 2. The POS will let you know if another user is already assigned to that drawer. Once the procedure is properly authorized, the drawer will now be assigned and a No Sale can be performed to place the start bank. Unassigning the drawer can be performed by a manager only. It is not necessary to Unassign a drawer at the end of the shift. When a new shift begins and new cashier comes in, the new cashier can be assigned the cash drawer overtop of any existing user if the manager authorizes the assignment. The unassign drawer key can be found only on the manager functions screen. Session 40 Start Bank A Start Bank, as it is commonly called, is the beginning balance put into the cash drawer at the beginning of the shift. All cashiers have the system requirement to have a Start Bank entered for their profile prior to starting their first check.

Simply go to the check functions screen with the associate signed in and hit Start Bank. The manager will be prompted to enter and authorize the amount. If you enter the incorrect amount for the start bank, just hit Void before hitting start bank and put in the amount that was entered originally. This will void that start bank. Then push start bank once more without hitting void to enter the correct bank. Session 42 Running Reports Running reports is an essential part of any POS system. There are a couple common ways to retrieve the reports from the POS system. There are a number of report shortcuts created on the functions screens. These provide access to the most commonly used reports. Alternatively, you can sign in as a manager and go into the PMC. The first option in the PMC on the top right is reports.

Pressing reports will take you to another window where you can select the report you want to run. Once selected, you will have some prompts for a few parameters before you hit run to produce the report. Hitting the print key will produce a physical copy of the report on the receipt printer. Pressing full screen will give you the report template much like we would see in MyMicros. The most important report is the Employee Financial Report. This report has many names in other systems like an X or Z report or simply a shift report. This report provides a realtime look into an employee’s financials for the day the report was run. The most important part of the Employee Financial Report is the Cash Due section on the bottom. When closing a shift, this number reflects the amount of money that the associate should have in the cash drawer..

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Guns of Glory: The Spirit Mines – Update 1.5 – Howtoshtab – how to, lifehacks, tips and tricks

Hello guys and welcome back to another developer update. Today we will be talking about the new update 1.5 and the Spirit Mines feature! These Spirit Mines were created by the Cardinal and will mix both PvE and PvP aspects of the game into one fun and exciting new feature. So with that said, let’s get started! In the Spirit Mines your ultimate goal is to collect as much Crystals as possible. But of course, there is a bit more to it than just that.

Your Expedition into the Mines is divided into two parts: The exploration, which is more PvE and strategy-oriented. And the gathering part, which is more PvP-oriented. Let’s start with the exploration first! You can access the Spirit Mines from your Estate next to the Doctor’s Lab. From there, you will be able to access the first floor and fight against your first Monster. Here is some useful information about PvE battles here: 1/- The March capacity is based on your Castle level and your current PvP benefits. 2/- Troops wounded or killed will not affect your Estate troops. 3/- Lord and Airship buffs will apply in the Mines. At the end of the battle you will have a Battle Report stating two important pieces of information: – How many troops you lost, this will affect your March Capacity on the next floor.

– How many Ability Points you collected. These Ability Points will let you purchase specific Mines Benefits that will apply to your next fight. There are currently 19 different Benefits, but before you buy any, here is the useful information you should know about them: – You can buy only 1 Benefit per floor. – Each Benefit can only be purchased once. – Each Benefit will increase per floor. – Benefit cost increases per floor. To make it simple, each time you defeat a Guardian in the Mines, you will be able to purchase 1 Benefit, but be careful because this Benefit cannot be purchased anymore afterwards. The Benefits you didn’t purchase will increase with every floor. Let’s take the example of Infantry Health: After defeating the first Guardian, you can buy Infantry Health Benefits and receive an extra 5% buff. But if you decide to wait, after defeating the Guardian on the 2nd floor, the Infantry Health Benefit will now offer a 10% Buff.

Note that these rules do not apply to the Restore March Capacity Benefit. At one point you want to pick which floor you want to start gathering Crystals, so let me show you some more details on that. By clicking on the Mine entrance, you will be directed to a new tab where you can start gathering Crystals. Obviously the deeper you go into the Mines the more Crystals you can gather per hour. The level 1 & 2 Mining Areas are protected, which means you can gather safely there without other Lords disturbing you. The difficulties will come from level 3 and above… Upon entering a non-Protected Area, you will have to fight to claim a Crystal Mine. For this, simply select the Tile you wish to conquer, click on Attack and select your Troop Formation. Note these important points: – Winning the battle will let you claim the Tile and start gathering.

– If you lose the battle you will have recovery time added to your troops. – If the recovery time reaches 4 hours, you won’t be able to attack until cooldown reaches 0 again. If you can attack and conquer a Mine, it also means that you can be attacked and lose your Mine by other players. Here are some useful points regarding defense: – Losing the defense will kick you out of the Tile and you will lose some of the Crystals you already gathered. – You can reclaim your lost Crystals by taking Revenge and winning the battle. – You can take Revenge directly from the Battle Log in the Mining Area. This is why the Benefits of each floor you will buy are important; they can give you great advantages against your opponent, but be careful to not explore too much, because the lower you go, the more you can reduce your March Capacity. Also note that your current March Capacity in the Mine, will dictate your March Capacity in the Mining Area. Now that we have all these Crystals, let’s see how we can put them to good use! Once you have collected enough Crystals, you will be able to redeem them for great rewards! Tap on “Redeem” and scroll down the list to see the rewards.

Some rewards are only available once you reached a specific floor in the Mine. Rewards are also limited in quantity per day. You can simply choose the reward you want and exchange it for Crystals! That’s it for this feature guys, I hope you will master the Mines soon and make the best out of it! In the meantime, make sure to Like & Share, Subscribe to our YouTube Channel and I hope to see you in-game soon!.

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Lifehack: create a news ticker with VSDC Free Video Editor – Howtoshtab – how to, lifehacks, tips and tricks

Add your video Add a rectangle from the shapes available in the left panel Adjust its position to the shape of a horizontal line Make sure you’re using a rectangle without an outline In ‘Properties window’ – ‘Brush’ click the advanced settings button to open the palette Choose a required color In the left panel click the text icon and select ‘Text’ Enter your text In ‘View’ tab activate ‘Zoom tools’ Using the scale reduce the scene size Adjust the text object size so that it looks smaller than the video Click the text object on the timeline to enter it Click ‘Add movement’ Indicate the news tick direction.

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How to Get Crystal Clear Glowing Skin, Spotless Skin Tone | DeTan, Pimple Clean – SuperWowStyle – Howtoshtab – how to, lifehacks, tips and tricks

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Heart of Darkness (2 of 3) (audiobook) – Howtoshtab – how to, lifehacks, tips and tricks

HEART OF DARKNESS By Joseph Conrad Chapter 2. Part 1. “One evening as I was lying flat on the deck of my steamboat, I heard voices approaching–and there were the nephew and the uncle strolling along the bank. I laid my head on my arm again, and had nearly lost myself in a doze, when somebody said in my ear, as it were: ‘I am as harmless as a little child, but I don’t like to be dictated to. Am I the manager–or am I not? I was ordered to send him there. It’s incredible.’ … I became aware that the two were standing on the shore alongside the forepart of the steamboat, just below my head.

I did not move; it did not occur to me to move: I was sleepy. ‘It _is_ unpleasant,’ grunted the uncle. ‘He has asked the Administration to be sent there,’ said the other, ‘with the idea of showing what he could do; and I was instructed accordingly. Look at the influence that man must have. Is it not frightful?’ They both agreed it was frightful, then made several bizarre remarks: ‘Make rain and fine weather–one man–the Council–by the nose’–bits of absurd sentences that got the better of my drowsiness, so that I had pretty near the whole of my wits about me when the uncle said, ‘The climate may do away with this difficulty for you. Is he alone there?’ ‘Yes,’ answered the manager; ‘he sent his assistant down the river with a note to me in these terms: “Clear this poor devil out of the country, and don’t bother sending more of that sort.

I had rather be alone than have the kind of men you can dispose of with me.” It was more than a year ago. Can you imagine such impudence!’ ‘Anything since then?’ asked the other hoarsely. ‘Ivory,’ jerked the nephew; ‘lots of it–prime sort–lots–most annoying, from him.’ ‘And with that?’ questioned the heavy rumble. ‘Invoice,’ was the reply fired out, so to speak. Then silence. They had been talking about Kurtz. “I was broad awake by this time, but, lying perfectly at ease, remained still, having no inducement to change my position. ‘How did that ivory come all this way?’ growled the elder man, who seemed very vexed. The other explained that it had come with a fleet of canoes in charge of an English half-caste clerk Kurtz had with him; that Kurtz had apparently intended to return himself, the station being by that time bare of goods and stores, but after coming three hundred miles, had suddenly decided to go back, which he started to do alone in a small dugout with four paddlers, leaving the half-caste to continue down the river with the ivory. The two fellows there seemed astounded at anybody attempting such a thing.

They were at a loss for an adequate motive. As to me, I seemed to see Kurtz for the first time. It was a distinct glimpse: the dugout, four paddling savages, and the lone white man turning his back suddenly on the headquarters, on relief, on thoughts of home–perhaps; setting his face towards the depths of the wilderness, towards his empty and desolate station. I did not know the motive. Perhaps he was just simply a fine fellow who stuck to his work for its own sake. His name, you understand, had not been pronounced once. He was ‘that man.’ The half-caste, who, as far as I could see, had conducted a difficult trip with great prudence and pluck, was invariably alluded to as ‘that scoundrel.’ The ‘scoundrel’ had reported that the ‘man’ had been very ill–had recovered imperfectly…. The two below me moved away then a few paces, and strolled back and forth at some little distance. I heard: ‘Military post–doctor–two hundred miles–quite alone now–unavoidable delays–nine months–no news–strange rumours.

‘ They approached again, just as the manager was saying, ‘No one, as far as I know, unless a species of wandering trader–a pestilential fellow, snapping ivory from the natives.’ Who was it they were talking about now? I gathered in snatches that this was some man supposed to be in Kurtz’s district, and of whom the manager did not approve. ‘We will not be free from unfair competition till one of these fellows is hanged for an example,’ he said. ‘Certainly,’ grunted the other; ‘get him hanged! Why not? Anything–anything can be done in this country. That’s what I say; nobody here, you understand, _here_, can endanger your position. And why? You stand the climate–you outlast them all. The danger is in Europe; but there before I left I took care to–’ They moved off and whispered, then their voices rose again. ‘The extraordinary series of delays is not my fault. I did my best.’ The fat man sighed.

‘Very sad.’ ‘And the pestiferous absurdity of his talk,’ continued the other; ‘he bothered me enough when he was here. “Each station should be like a beacon on the road towards better things, a centre for trade of course, but also for humanizing, improving, instructing.” Conceive you–that ass! And he wants to be manager! No, it’s–’ Here he got choked by excessive indignation, and I lifted my head the least bit. I was surprised to see how near they were–right under me. I could have spat upon their hats. They were looking on the ground, absorbed in thought. The manager was switching his leg with a slender twig: his sagacious relative lifted his head. ‘You have been well since you came out this time?’ he asked. The other gave a start. ‘Who? I? Oh! Like a charm–like a charm. But the rest–oh, my goodness! All sick. They die so quick, too, that I haven’t the time to send them out of the country–it’s incredible!’ ‘Hm’m. Just so,’ grunted the uncle.

‘Ah! my boy, trust to this–I say, trust to this.’ I saw him extend his short flipper of an arm for a gesture that took in the forest, the creek, the mud, the river–seemed to beckon with a dishonouring flourish before the sunlit face of the land a treacherous appeal to the lurking death, to the hidden evil, to the profound darkness of its heart. It was so startling that I leaped to my feet and looked back at the edge of the forest, as though I had expected an answer of some sort to that black display of confidence. You know the foolish notions that come to one sometimes. The high stillness confronted these two figures with its ominous patience, waiting for the passing away of a fantastic invasion. “They swore aloud together–out of sheer fright, I believe–then pretending not to know anything of my existence, turned back to the station.

The sun was low; and leaning forward side by side, they seemed to be tugging painfully uphill their two ridiculous shadows of unequal length, that trailed behind them slowly over the tall grass without bending a single blade. “In a few days the Eldorado Expedition went into the patient wilderness, that closed upon it as the sea closes over a diver. Long afterwards the news came that all the donkeys were dead. I know nothing as to the fate of the less valuable animals. They, no doubt, like the rest of us, found what they deserved. I did not inquire. I was then rather excited at the prospect of meeting Kurtz very soon. When I say very soon I mean it comparatively. It was just two months from the day we left the creek when we came to the bank below Kurtz’s station.

“Going up that river was like traveling back to the earliest beginnings of the world, when vegetation rioted on the earth and the big trees were kings. An empty stream, a great silence, an impenetrable forest. The air was warm, thick, heavy, sluggish. There was no joy in the brilliance of sunshine. The long stretches of the waterway ran on, deserted, into the gloom of overshadowed distances. On silvery sand-banks hippos and alligators sunned themselves side by side. The broadening waters flowed through a mob of wooded islands; you lost your way on that river as you would in a desert, and butted all day long against shoals, trying to find the channel, till you thought yourself bewitched and cut off for ever from everything you had known once–somewhere–far away–in another existence perhaps. There were moments when one’s past came back to one, as it will sometimes when you have not a moment to spare for yourself; but it came in the shape of an unrestful and noisy dream, remembered with wonder amongst the overwhelming realities of this strange world of plants, and water, and silence.

And this stillness of life did not in the least resemble a peace. It was the stillness of an implacable force brooding over an inscrutable intention. It looked at you with a vengeful aspect. I got used to it afterwards; I did not see it any more; I had no time. I had to keep guessing at the channel; I had to discern, mostly by inspiration, the signs of hidden banks; I watched for sunken stones; I was learning to clap my teeth smartly before my heart flew out, when I shaved by a fluke some infernal sly old snag that would have ripped the life out of the tin-pot steamboat and drowned all the pilgrims; I had to keep a lookout for the signs of dead wood we could cut up in the night for next day’s steaming. When you have to attend to things of that sort, to the mere incidents of the surface, the reality–the reality, I tell you–fades.

The inner truth is hidden–luckily, luckily. But I felt it all the same; I felt often its mysterious stillness watching me at my monkey tricks, just as it watches you fellows performing on your respective tight-ropes for–what is it? half-a-crown a tumble–” “Try to be civil, Marlow,” growled a voice, and I knew there was at least one listener awake besides myself. “I beg your pardon. I forgot the heartache which makes up the rest of the price. And indeed what does the price matter, if the trick be well done? You do your tricks very well. And I didn’t do badly either, since I managed not to sink that steamboat on my first trip. It’s a wonder to me yet. Imagine a blindfolded man set to drive a van over a bad road. I sweated and shivered over that business considerably, I can tell you. After all, for a seaman, to scrape the bottom of the thing that’s supposed to float all the time under his care is the unpardonable sin. No one may know of it, but you never forget the thump–eh? A blow on the very heart.

You remember it, you dream of it, you wake up at night and think of it–years after–and go hot and cold all over. I don’t pretend to say that steamboat floated all the time. More than once she had to wade for a bit, with twenty cannibals splashing around and pushing. We had enlisted some of these chaps on the way for a crew. Fine fellows–cannibals–in their place. They were men one could work with, and I am grateful to them. And, after all, they did not eat each other before my face: they had brought along a provision of hippo-meat which went rotten, and made the mystery of the wilderness stink in my nostrils. Phoo! I can sniff it now. I had the manager on board and three or four pilgrims with their staves–all complete. Sometimes we came upon a station close by the bank, clinging to the skirts of the unknown, and the white men rushing out of a tumble-down hovel, with great gestures of joy and surprise and welcome, seemed very strange–had the appearance of being held there captive by a spell.

The word ivory would ring in the air for a while–and on we went again into the silence, along empty reaches, round the still bends, between the high walls of our winding way, reverberating in hollow claps the ponderous beat of the stern-wheel. Trees, trees, millions of trees, massive, immense, running up high; and at their foot, hugging the bank against the stream, crept the little begrimed steamboat, like a sluggish beetle crawling on the floor of a lofty portico. It made you feel very small, very lost, and yet it was not altogether depressing, that feeling. After all, if you were small, the grimy beetle crawled on–which was just what you wanted it to do. Where the pilgrims imagined it crawled to I don’t know. To some place where they expected to get something. I bet! For me it crawled towards Kurtz–exclusively; but when the steam-pipes started leaking we crawled very slow. The reaches opened before us and closed behind, as if the forest had stepped leisurely across the water to bar the way for our return.

We penetrated deeper and deeper into the heart of darkness. It was very quiet there. At night sometimes the roll of drums behind the curtain of trees would run up the river and remain sustained faintly, as if hovering in the air high over our heads, till the first break of day. Whether it meant war, peace, or prayer we could not tell. The dawns were heralded by the descent of a chill stillness; the wood-cutters slept, their fires burned low; the snapping of a twig would make you start. Were were wanderers on a prehistoric earth, on an earth that wore the aspect of an unknown planet. We could have fancied ourselves the first of men taking possession of an accursed inheritance, to be subdued at the cost of profound anguish and of excessive toil. But suddenly, as we struggled round a bend, there would be a glimpse of rush walls, of peaked grass-roofs, a burst of yells, a whirl of black limbs, a mass of hands clapping of feet stamping, of bodies swaying, of eyes rolling, under the droop of heavy and motionless foliage.

The steamer toiled along slowly on the edge of a black and incomprehensible frenzy. The prehistoric man was cursing us, praying to us, welcoming us–who could tell? We were cut off from the comprehension of our surroundings; we glided past like phantoms, wondering and secretly appalled, as sane men would be before an enthusiastic outbreak in a madhouse. We could not understand because we were too far and could not remember because we were travelling in the night of first ages, of those ages that are gone, leaving hardly a sign–and no memories. “The earth seemed unearthly. We are accustomed to look upon the shackled form of a conquered monster, but there–there you could look at a thing monstrous and free. It was unearthly, and the men were–No, they were not inhuman.

Well, you know, that was the worst of it–this suspicion of their not being inhuman. It would come slowly to one. They howled and leaped, and spun, and made horrid faces; but what thrilled you was just the thought of their humanity–like yours–the thought of your remote kinship with this wild and passionate uproar. Ugly. Yes, it was ugly enough; but if you were man enough you would admit to yourself that there was in you just the faintest trace of a response to the terrible frankness of that noise, a dim suspicion of there being a meaning in it which you–you so remote from the night of first ages–could comprehend. And why not? The mind of man is capable of anything–because everything is in it, all the past as well as all the future. What was there after all? Joy, fear, sorrow, devotion, valour, rage–who can tell?–but truth–truth stripped of its cloak of time. Let the fool gape and shudder–the man knows, and can look on without a wink.

But he must at least be as much of a man as these on the shore. He must meet that truth with his own true stuff–with his own inborn strength. Principles won’t do. Acquisitions, clothes, pretty rags–rags that would fly off at the first good shake. No; you want a deliberate belief. An appeal to me in this fiendish row–is there? Very well; I hear; I admit, but I have a voice, too, and for good or evil mine is the speech that cannot be silenced. Of course, a fool, what with sheer fright and fine sentiments, is always safe. Who’s that grunting? You wonder I didn’t go ashore for a howl and a dance? Well, no–I didn’t. Fine sentiments, you say? Fine sentiments, be hanged! I had no time. I had to mess about with white-lead and strips of woolen blanket helping to put bandages on those leaky steam-pipes–I tell you. I had to watch the steering, and circumvent those snags, and get the tin-pot along by hook or by crook.

There was surface-truth enough in these things to save a wiser man. And between whiles I had to look after the savage who was fireman. He was an improved specimen; he could fire up a vertical boiler. He was there below me, and, upon my word, to look at him was as edifying as seeing a dog in a parody of breeches and a feather hat, walking on his hind-legs. A few months of training had done for that really fine chap. He squinted at the steam-gauge and at the water-gauge with an evident effort of intrepidity–and he had filed teeth, too, the poor devil, and the wool of his pate shaved into queer patterns, and three ornamental scars on each of his cheeks. He ought to have been clapping his hands and stamping his feet on the bank, instead of which he was hard at work, a thrall to strange witchcraft, full of improving knowledge. He was useful because he had been instructed; and what he knew was this–that should the water in that transparent thing disappear, the evil spirit inside the boiler would get angry through the greatness of his thirst, and take a terrible vengeance.

So he sweated and fired up and watched the glass fearfully (with an impromptu charm, made of rags, tied to his arm, and a piece of polished bone, as big as a watch, stuck flatways through his lower lip), while the wooded banks slipped past us slowly, the short noise was left behind, the interminable miles of silence–and we crept on, towards Kurtz. But the snags were thick, the water was treacherous and shallow, the boiler seemed indeed to have a sulky devil in it, and thus neither that fireman nor I had any time to peer into our creepy thoughts. “Some fifty miles below the Inner Station we came upon a hut of reeds, an inclined and melancholy pole, with the unrecognizable tatters of what had been a flag of some sort flying from it, and a neatly stacked wood-pile. This was unexpected. We came to the bank, and on the stack of firewood found a flat piece of board with some faded pencil-writing on it. When deciphered it said: ‘Wood for you.

Hurry up. Approach cautiously.’ There was a signature, but it was illegible–not Kurtz–a much longer word. ‘Hurry up.’ Where? Up the river? ‘Approach cautiously.’ We had not done so. But the warning could not have been meant for the place where it could be only found after approach. Something was wrong above. But what–and how much? That was the question. We commented adversely upon the imbecility of that telegraphic style. The bush around said nothing, and would not let us look very far, either. A torn curtain of red twill hung in the doorway of the hut, and flapped sadly in our faces. The dwelling was dismantled; but we could see a white man had lived there not very long ago. There remained a rude table–a plank on two posts; a heap of rubbish reposed in a dark corner, and by the door I picked up a book.

It had lost its covers, and the pages had been thumbed into a state of extremely dirty softness; but the back had been lovingly stitched afresh with white cotton thread, which looked clean yet. It was an extraordinary find. Its title was, _An Inquiry into some Points of Seamanship_, by a man Towser, Towson–some such name–Master in his Majesty’s Navy. The matter looked dreary reading enough, with illustrative diagrams and repulsive tables of figures, and the copy was sixty years old. I handled this amazing antiquity with the greatest possible tenderness, lest it should dissolve in my hands. Within, Towson or Towser was inquiring earnestly into the breaking strain of ships’ chains and tackle, and other such matters. Not a very enthralling book; but at the first glance you could see there a singleness of intention, an honest concern for the right way of going to work, which made these humble pages, thought out so many years ago, luminous with another than a professional light.

The simple old sailor, with his talk of chains and purchases, made me forget the jungle and the pilgrims in a delicious sensation of having come upon something unmistakably real. Such a book being there was wonderful enough; but still more astounding were the notes pencilled in the margin, and plainly referring to the text. I couldn’t believe my eyes! They were in cipher! Yes, it looked like cipher. Fancy a man lugging with him a book of that description into this nowhere and studying it–and making notes–in cipher at that! It was an extravagant mystery. “I had been dimly aware for some time of a worrying noise, and when I lifted my eyes I saw the wood-pile was gone, and the manager, aided by all the pilgrims, was shouting at me from the riverside. I slipped the book into my pocket. I assure you to leave off reading was like tearing myself away from the shelter of an old and solid friendship.

“I started the lame engine ahead. ‘It must be this miserable trader–this intruder,’ exclaimed the manager, looking back malevolently at the place we had left. ‘He must be English,’ I said. ‘It will not save him from getting into trouble if he is not careful,’ muttered the manager darkly. I observed with assumed innocence that no man was safe from trouble in this world. “The current was more rapid now, the steamer seemed at her last gasp, the stern-wheel flopped languidly, and I caught myself listening on tiptoe for the next beat of the boat, for in sober truth I expected the wretched thing to give up every moment. It was like watching the last flickers of a life. But still we crawled. Sometimes I would pick out a tree a little way ahead to measure our progress towards Kurtz by, but I lost it invariably before we got abreast.

To keep the eyes so long on one thing was too much for human patience. The manager displayed a beautiful resignation. I fretted and fumed and took to arguing with myself whether or no I would talk openly with Kurtz; but before I could come to any conclusion it occurred to me that my speech or my silence, indeed any action of mine, would be a mere futility. What did it matter what any one knew or ignored? What did it matter who was manager? One gets sometimes such a flash of insight. The essentials of this affair lay deep under the surface, beyond my reach, and beyond my power of meddling. “Towards the evening of the second day we judged ourselves about eight miles from Kurtz’s station. I wanted to push on; but the manager looked grave, and told me the navigation up there was so dangerous that it would be advisable, the sun being very low already, to wait where we were till next morning. Moreover, he pointed out that if the warning to approach cautiously were to be followed, we must approach in daylight–not at dusk or in the dark. This was sensible enough.

Eight miles meant nearly three hours’ steaming for us, and I could also see suspicious ripples at the upper end of the reach. Nevertheless, I was annoyed beyond expression at the delay, and most unreasonably, too, since one night more could not matter much after so many months. As we had plenty of wood, and caution was the word, I brought up in the middle of the stream. The reach was narrow, straight, with high sides like a railway cutting. The dusk came gliding into it long before the sun had set. The current ran smooth and swift, but a dumb immobility sat on the banks. The living trees, lashed together by the creepers and every living bush of the undergrowth, might have been changed into stone, even to the slenderest twig, to the lightest leaf. It was not sleep–it seemed unnatural, like a state of trance. Not the faintest sound of any kind could be heard. You looked on amazed, and began to suspect yourself of being deaf–then the night came suddenly, and struck you blind as well. About three in the morning some large fish leaped, and the loud splash made me jump as though a gun had been fired.

When the sun rose there was a white fog, very warm and clammy, and more blinding than the night. It did not shift or drive; it was just there, standing all round you like something solid. At eight or nine, perhaps, it lifted as a shutter lifts. We had a glimpse of the towering multitude of trees, of the immense matted jungle, with the blazing little ball of the sun hanging over it–all perfectly still–and then the white shutter came down again, smoothly, as if sliding in greased grooves. I ordered the chain, which we had begun to heave in, to be paid out again. Before it stopped running with a muffled rattle, a cry, a very loud cry, as of infinite desolation, soared slowly in the opaque air. It ceased. A complaining clamour, modulated in savage discords, filled our ears. The sheer unexpectedness of it made my hair stir under my cap. I don’t know how it struck the others: to me it seemed as though the mist itself had screamed, so suddenly, and apparently from all sides at once, did this tumultuous and mournful uproar arise. It culminated in a hurried outbreak of almost intolerably excessive shrieking, which stopped short, leaving us stiffened in a variety of silly attitudes, and obstinately listening to the nearly as appalling and excessive silence.

‘Good God! What is the meaning–’ stammered at my elbow one of the pilgrims–a little fat man, with sandy hair and red whiskers, who wore sidespring boots, and pink pyjamas tucked into his socks. Two others remained open-mouthed a while minute, then dashed into the little cabin, to rush out incontinently and stand darting scared glances, with Winchesters at ‘ready’ in their hands. What we could see was just the steamer we were on, her outlines blurred as though she had been on the point of dissolving, and a misty strip of water, perhaps two feet broad, around her–and that was all. The rest of the world was nowhere, as far as our eyes and ears were concerned. Just nowhere. Gone, disappeared; swept off without leaving a whisper or a shadow behind. “I went forward, and ordered the chain to be hauled in short, so as to be ready to trip the anchor and move the steamboat at once if necessary. ‘Will they attack?’ whispered an awed voice.

‘We will be all butchered in this fog,’ murmured another. The faces twitched with the strain, the hands trembled slightly, the eyes forgot to wink. It was very curious to see the contrast of expressions of the white men and of the black fellows of our crew, who were as much strangers to that part of the river as we, though their homes were only eight hundred miles away. The whites, of course greatly discomposed, had besides a curious look of being painfully shocked by such an outrageous row. The others had an alert, naturally interested expression; but their faces were essentially quiet, even those of the one or two who grinned as they hauled at the chain. Several exchanged short, grunting phrases, which seemed to settle the matter to their satisfaction. Their headman, a young, broad-chested black, severely draped in dark-blue fringed cloths, with fierce nostrils and his hair all done up artfully in oily ringlets, stood near me. ‘Aha!’ I said, just for good fellowship’s sake. ‘Catch ‘im,’ he snapped, with a bloodshot widening of his eyes and a flash of sharp teeth–’catch ‘im.

Give ‘im to us.’ ‘To you, eh?’ I asked; ‘what would you do with them?’ ‘Eat ‘im!’ he said curtly, and, leaning his elbow on the rail, looked out into the fog in a dignified and profoundly pensive attitude. I would no doubt have been properly horrified, had it not occurred to me that he and his chaps must be very hungry: that they must have been growing increasingly hungry for at least this month past. They had been engaged for six months (I don’t think a single one of them had any clear idea of time, as we at the end of countless ages have. They still belonged to the beginnings of time–had no inherited experience to teach them as it were), and of course, as long as there was a piece of paper written over in accordance with some farcical law or other made down the river, it didn’t enter anybody’s head to trouble how they would live. Certainly they had brought with them some rotten hippo-meat, which couldn’t have lasted very long, anyway, even if the pilgrims hadn’t, in the midst of a shocking hullabaloo, thrown a considerable quantity of it overboard.

It looked like a high-handed proceeding; but it was really a case of legitimate self-defence. You can’t breathe dead hippo waking, sleeping, and eating, and at the same time keep your precarious grip on existence. Besides that, they had given them every week three pieces of brass wire, each about nine inches long; and the theory was they were to buy their provisions with that currency in riverside villages. You can see how _that_ worked. There were either no villages, or the people were hostile, or the director, who like the rest of us fed out of tins, with an occasional old he-goat thrown in, didn’t want to stop the steamer for some more or less recondite reason. So, unless they swallowed the wire itself, or made loops of it to snare the fishes with, I don’t see what good their extravagant salary could be to them.

I must say it was paid with a regularity worthy of a large and honourable trading company. For the rest, the only thing to eat–though it didn’t look eatable in the least–I saw in their possession was a few lumps of some stuff like half-cooked dough, of a dirty lavender colour, they kept wrapped in leaves, and now and then swallowed a piece of, but so small that it seemed done more for the looks of the thing than for any serious purpose of sustenance. Why in the name of all the gnawing devils of hunger they didn’t go for us–they were thirty to five–and have a good tuck-in for once, amazes me now when I think of it. They were big powerful men, with not much capacity to weigh the consequences, with courage, with strength, even yet, though their skins were no longer glossy and their muscles no longer hard. And I saw that something restraining, one of those human secrets that baffle probability, had come into play there. I looked at them with a swift quickening of interest–not because it occurred to me I might be eaten by them before very long, though I own to you that just then I perceived–in a new light, as it were–how unwholesome the pilgrims looked, and I hoped, yes, I positively hoped, that my aspect was not so–what shall I say?–so–unappetizing: a touch of fantastic vanity which fitted well with the dream-sensation that pervaded all my days at that time.

Perhaps I had a little fever, too. One can’t live with one’s finger everlastingly on one’s pulse. I had often ‘a little fever,’ or a little touch of other things–the playful paw-strokes of the wilderness, the preliminary trifling before the more serious onslaught which came in due course. Yes; I looked at them as you would on any human being, with a curiosity of their impulses, motives, capacities, weaknesses, when brought to the test of an inexorable physical necessity. Restraint! What possible restraint? Was it superstition, disgust, patience, fear–or some kind of primitive honour? No fear can stand up to hunger, no patience can wear it out, disgust simply does not exist where hunger is; and as to superstition, beliefs, and what you may call principles, they are less than chaff in a breeze. Don’t you know the devilry of lingering starvation, its exasperating torment, its black thoughts, its sombre and brooding ferocity? Well, I do. It takes a man all his inborn strength to fight hunger properly.

It’s really easier to face bereavement, dishonour, and the perdition of one’s soul–than this kind of prolonged hunger. Sad, but true. And these chaps, too, had no earthly reason for any kind of scruple. Restraint! I would just as soon have expected restraint from a hyena prowling amongst the corpses of a battlefield. But there was the fact facing me–the fact dazzling, to be seen, like the foam on the depths of the sea, like a ripple on an unfathomable enigma, a mystery greater–when I thought of it–than the curious, inexplicable note of desperate grief in this savage clamour that had swept by us on the river-bank, behind the blind whiteness of the fog. “Two pilgrims were quarrelling in hurried whispers as to which bank. ‘Left.’ ‘no, no; how can you? Right, right, of course.’ ‘It is very serious,’ said the manager’s voice behind me; ‘I would be desolated if anything should happen to Mr.

Kurtz before we came up.’ I looked at him, and had not the slightest doubt he was sincere. He was just the kind of man who would wish to preserve appearances. That was his restraint. But when he muttered something about going on at once, I did not even take the trouble to answer him. I knew, and he knew, that it was impossible. Were we to let go our hold of the bottom, we would be absolutely in the air–in space. We wouldn’t be able to tell where we were going to–whether up or down stream, or across–till we fetched against one bank or the other–and then we wouldn’t know at first which it was. Of course I made no move. I had no mind for a smash-up. You couldn’t imagine a more deadly place for a shipwreck. Whether we drowned at once or not, we were sure to perish speedily in one way or another. ‘I authorize you to take all the risks,’ he said, after a short silence.

‘I refuse to take any,’ I said shortly; which was just the answer he expected, though its tone might have surprised him. ‘Well, I must defer to your judgment. You are captain,’ he said with marked civility. I turned my shoulder to him in sign of my appreciation, and looked into the fog. How long would it last? It was the most hopeless lookout. The approach to this Kurtz grubbing for ivory in the wretched bush was beset by as many dangers as though he had been an enchanted princess sleeping in a fabulous castle. ‘Will they attack, do you think?’ asked the manager, in a confidential tone. “I did not think they would attack, for several obvious reasons. The thick fog was one. If they left the bank in their canoes they would get lost in it, as we would be if we attempted to move. Still, I had also judged the jungle of both banks quite impenetrable–and yet eyes were in it, eyes that had seen us. The riverside bushes were certainly very thick; but the undergrowth behind was evidently penetrable. However, during the short lift I had seen no canoes anywhere in the reach–certainly not abreast of the steamer.

But what made the idea of attack inconceivable to me was the nature of the noise–of the cries we had heard. They had not the fierce character boding immediate hostile intention. Unexpected, wild, and violent as they had been, they had given me an irresistible impression of sorrow. The glimpse of the steamboat had for some reason filled those savages with unrestrained grief. The danger, if any, I expounded, was from our proximity to a great human passion let loose. Even extreme grief may ultimately vent itself in violence–but more generally takes the form of apathy…. “You should have seen the pilgrims stare! They had no heart to grin, or even to revile me: but I believe they thought me gone mad–with fright, maybe. I delivered a regular lecture. My dear boys, it was no good bothering. Keep a lookout? Well, you may guess I watched the fog for the signs of lifting as a cat watches a mouse; but for anything else our eyes were of no more use to us than if we had been buried miles deep in a heap of cotton-wool. It felt like it, too–choking, warm, stifling.

Besides, all I said, though it sounded extravagant, was absolutely true to fact. What we afterwards alluded to as an attack was really an attempt at repulse. The action was very far from being aggressive–it was not even defensive, in the usual sense: it was undertaken under the stress of desperation, and in its essence was purely protective. “It developed itself, I should say, two hours after the fog lifted, and its commencement was at a spot, roughly speaking, about a mile and a half below Kurtz’s station. We had just floundered and flopped round a bend, when I saw an islet, a mere grassy hummock of bright green, in the middle of the stream. It was the only thing of the kind; but as we opened the reach more, I perceived it was the head of a long sand-bank, or rather of a chain of shallow patches stretching down the middle of the river. They were discoloured, just awash, and the whole lot was seen just under the water, exactly as a man’s backbone is seen running down the middle of his back under the skin. Now, as far as I did see, I could go to the right or to the left of this.

I didn’t know either channel, of course. The banks looked pretty well alike, the depth appeared the same; but as I had been informed the station was on the west side, I naturally headed for the western passage. “No sooner had we fairly entered it than I became aware it was much narrower than I had supposed. To the left of us there was the long uninterrupted shoal, and to the right a high, steep bank heavily overgrown with bushes. Above the bush the trees stood in serried ranks. The twigs overhung the current thickly, and from distance to distance a large limb of some tree projected rigidly over the stream. It was then well on in the afternoon, the face of the forest was gloomy, and a broad strip of shadow had already fallen on the water. In this shadow we steamed up–very slowly, as you may imagine. I sheered her well inshore–the water being deepest near the bank, as the sounding-pole informed me. “One of my hungry and forbearing friends was sounding in the bows just below me. This steamboat was exactly like a decked scow. On the deck, there were two little teakwood houses, with doors and windows.

The boiler was in the fore-end, and the machinery right astern. Over the whole there was a light roof, supported on stanchions. The funnel projected through that roof, and in front of the funnel a small cabin built of light planks served for a pilot-house. It contained a couch, two camp-stools, a loaded Martini-Henry leaning in one corner, a tiny table, and the steering-wheel. It had a wide door in front and a broad shutter at each side. All these were always thrown open, of course. I spent my days perched up there on the extreme fore-end of that roof, before the door. At night I slept, or tried to, on the couch. An athletic black belonging to some coast tribe and educated by my poor predecessor, was the helmsman. He sported a pair of brass earrings, wore a blue cloth wrapper from the waist to the ankles, and thought all the world of himself.

He was the most unstable kind of fool I had ever seen. He steered with no end of a swagger while you were by; but if he lost sight of you, he became instantly the prey of an abject funk, and would let that cripple of a steamboat get the upper hand of him in a minute. “I was looking down at the sounding-pole, and feeling much annoyed to see at each try a little more of it stick out of that river, when I saw my poleman give up on the business suddenly, and stretch himself flat on the deck, without even taking the trouble to haul his pole in. He kept hold on it though, and it trailed in the water. At the same time the fireman, whom I could also see below me, sat down abruptly before his furnace and ducked his head. I was amazed. Then I had to look at the river mighty quick, because there was a snag in the fairway. Sticks, little sticks, were flying about–thick: they were whizzing before my nose, dropping below me, striking behind me against my pilot-house. All this time the river, the shore, the woods, were very quiet–perfectly quiet.

I could only hear the heavy splashing thump of the stern-wheel and the patter of these things. We cleared the snag clumsily. Arrows, by Jove! We were being shot at! I stepped in quickly to close the shutter on the landside. That fool-helmsman, his hands on the spokes, was lifting his knees high, stamping his feet, champing his mouth, like a reined-in horse. Confound him! And we were staggering within ten feet of the bank. I had to lean right out to swing the heavy shutter, and I saw a face amongst the leaves on the level with my own, looking at me very fierce and steady; and then suddenly, as though a veil had been removed from my eyes, I made out, deep in the tangled gloom, naked breasts, arms, legs, glaring eyes–the bush was swarming with human limbs in movement, glistening of bronze colour. The twigs shook, swayed, and rustled, the arrows flew out of them, and then the shutter came to. ‘Steer her straight,’ I said to the helmsman.

He held his head rigid, face forward; but his eyes rolled, he kept on lifting and setting down his feet gently, his mouth foamed a little. ‘Keep quiet!’ I said in a fury. I might just as well have ordered a tree not to sway in the wind. I darted out. Below me there was a great scuffle of feet on the iron deck; confused exclamations; a voice screamed, ‘Can you turn back?’ I caught sight of a V-shaped ripple on the water ahead. What? Another snag! A fusillade burst out under my feet. The pilgrims had opened with their Winchesters, and were simply squirting lead into that bush. A deuce of a lot of smoke came up and drove slowly forward. I swore at it. Now I couldn’t see the ripple or the snag either. I stood in the doorway, peering, and the arrows came in swarms. They might have been poisoned, but they looked as though they wouldn’t kill a cat. The bush began to howl.

Our wood-cutters raised a warlike whoop; the report of a rifle just at my back deafened me. I glanced over my shoulder, and the pilot-house was yet full of noise and smoke when I made a dash at the wheel. The fool-nigger had dropped everything, to throw the shutter open and let off that Martini-Henry. He stood before the wide opening, glaring, and I yelled at him to come back, while I straightened the sudden twist out of that steamboat. There was no room to turn even if I had wanted to, the snag was somewhere very near ahead in that confounded smoke, there was no time to lose, so I just crowded her into the bank–right into the bank, where I knew the water was deep. “We tore slowly along the overhanging bushes in a whirl of broken twigs and flying leaves. The fusillade below stopped short, as I had foreseen it would when the squirts got empty. I threw my head back to a glinting whizz that traversed the pilot-house, in at one shutter-hole and out at the other. Looking past that mad helmsman, who was shaking the empty rifle and yelling at the shore, I saw vague forms of men running bent double, leaping, gliding, distinct, incomplete, evanescent.

Something big appeared in the air before the shutter, the rifle went overboard, and the man stepped back swiftly, looked at me over his shoulder in an extraordinary, profound, familiar manner, and fell upon my feet. The side of his head hit the wheel twice, and the end of what appeared a long cane clattered round and knocked over a little camp-stool. It looked as though after wrenching that thing from somebody ashore he had lost his balance in the effort. The thin smoke had blown away, we were clear of the snag, and looking ahead I could see that in another hundred yards or so I would be free to sheer off, away from the bank; but my feet felt so very warm and wet that I had to look down. The man had rolled on his back and stared straight up at me; both his hands clutched that cane. It was the shaft of a spear that, either thrown or lunged through the opening, had caught him in the side, just below the ribs; the blade had gone in out of sight, after making a frightful gash; my shoes were full; a pool of blood lay very still, gleaming dark-red under the wheel; his eyes shone with an amazing lustre. The fusillade burst out again.

He looked at me anxiously, gripping the spear like something precious, with an air of being afraid I would try to take it away from him. I had to make an effort to free my eyes from his gaze and attend to the steering. With one hand I felt above my head for the line of the steam whistle, and jerked out screech after screech hurriedly. The tumult of angry and warlike yells was checked instantly, and then from the depths of the woods went out such a tremulous and prolonged wail of mournful fear and utter despair as may be imagined to follow the flight of the last hope from the earth. There was a great commotion in the bush; the shower of arrows stopped, a few dropping shots rang out sharply–then silence, in which the languid beat of the stern-wheel came plainly to my ears. I put the helm hard a-starboard at the moment when the pilgrim in pink pyjamas, very hot and agitated, appeared in the doorway. ‘The manager sends me–’ he began in an official tone, and stopped short.

‘Good God!’ he said, glaring at the wounded man. “We two whites stood over him, and his lustrous and inquiring glance enveloped us both. I declare it looked as though he would presently put to us some questions in an understandable language; but he died without uttering a sound, without moving a limb, without twitching a muscle. Only in the very last moment, as though in response to some sign we could not see, to some whisper we could not hear, he frowned heavily, and that frown gave to his black death-mask an inconceivably sombre, brooding, and menacing expression. The lustre of inquiring glance faded swiftly into vacant glassiness. ‘Can you steer?’ I asked the agent eagerly. He looked very dubious; but I made a grab at his arm, and he understood at once I meant him to steer whether or no. To tell you the truth, I was morbidly anxious to change my shoes and socks.

‘He is dead,’ murmured the fellow, immensely impressed. ‘No doubt about it,’ said I, tugging like mad at the shoe-laces. ‘And by the way, I suppose Mr. Kurtz is dead as well by this time.’ “For the moment that was the dominant thought. There was a sense of extreme disappointment, as though I had found out I had been striving after something altogether without a substance. I couldn’t have been more disgusted if I had travelled all this way for the sole purpose of talking with Mr. Kurtz. Talking with… I flung one shoe overboard, and became aware that that was exactly what I had been looking forward to–a talk with Kurtz. I made the strange discovery that I had never imagined him as doing, you know, but as discoursing. I didn’t say to myself, ‘Now I will never see him,’ or ‘Now I will never shake him by the hand,’ but, ‘Now I will never hear him.’ The man presented himself as a voice. Not of course that I did not connect him with some sort of action. Hadn’t I been told in all the tones of jealousy and admiration that he had collected, bartered, swindled, or stolen more ivory than all the other agents together? That was not the point. The point was in his being a gifted creature, and that of all his gifts the one that stood out preeminently, that carried with it a sense of real presence, was his ability to talk, his words–the gift of expression, the bewildering, the illuminating, the most exalted and the most contemptible, the pulsating stream of light, or the deceitful flow from the heart of an impenetrable darkness.

“The other shoe went flying unto the devil-god of that river. I thought, ‘By Jove! it’s all over. We are too late; he has vanished–the gift has vanished, by means of some spear, arrow, or club. I will never hear that chap speak after all’–and my sorrow had a startling extravagance of emotion, even such as I had noticed in the howling sorrow of these savages in the bush. I couldn’t have felt more of lonely desolation somehow, had I been robbed of a belief or had missed my destiny in life…. Why do you sigh in this beastly way, somebody? Absurd? Well, absurd. Good Lord! mustn’t a man ever–Here, give me some tobacco.”… There was a pause of profound stillness, then a match flared, and Marlow’s lean face appeared, worn, hollow, with downward folds and dropped eyelids, with an aspect of concentrated attention; and as he took vigorous draws at his pipe, it seemed to retreat and advance out of the night in the regular flicker of tiny flame. The match went out. “Absurd!” he cried. “This is the worst of trying to tell.

… Here you all are, each moored with two good addresses, like a hulk with two anchors, a butcher round one corner, a policeman round another, excellent appetites, and temperature normal–you hear–normal from year’s end to year’s end. And you say, Absurd! Absurd be–exploded! Absurd! My dear boys, what can you expect from a man who out of sheer nervousness had just flung overboard a pair of new shoes! Now I think of it, it is amazing I did not shed tears. I am, upon the whole, proud of my fortitude. I was cut to the quick at the idea of having lost the inestimable privilege of listening to the gifted Kurtz. Of course I was wrong. The privilege was waiting for me. Oh, yes, I heard more than enough. And I was right, too. A voice. He was very little more than a voice.

And I heard–him–it–this voice–other voices–all of them were so little more than voices–and the memory of that time itself lingers around me, impalpable, like a dying vibration of one immense jabber, silly, atrocious, sordid, savage, or simply mean, without any kind of sense. Voices, voices–even the girl herself–now–” He was silent for a long time. “I laid the ghost of his gifts at last with a lie,” he began, suddenly. “Girl! What? Did I mention a girl? Oh, she is out of it–completely. They–the women, I mean–are out of it–should be out of it. We must help them to stay in that beautiful world of their own, lest ours gets worse. Oh, she had to be out of it. You should have heard the disinterred body of Mr.

Kurtz saying, ‘My Intended.’ You would have perceived directly then how completely she was out of it. And the lofty frontal bone of Mr. Kurtz! They say the hair goes on growing sometimes, but this–ah–specimen, was impressively bald. The wilderness had patted him on the head, and, behold, it was like a ball–an ivory ball; it had caressed him, and–lo!–he had withered; it had taken him, loved him, embraced him, got into his veins, consumed his flesh, and sealed his soul to its own by the inconceivable ceremonies of some devilish initiation. He was its spoiled and pampered favourite. Ivory? I should think so. Heaps of it, stacks of it. The old mud shanty was bursting with it. You would think there was not a single tusk left either above or below the ground in the whole country. ‘Mostly fossil,’ the manager had remarked, disparagingly.

It was no more fossil than I am; but they call it fossil when it is dug up. It appears these niggers do bury the tusks sometimes–but evidently they couldn’t bury this parcel deep enough to save the gifted Mr. Kurtz from his fate. We filled the steamboat with it, and had to pile a lot on the deck. Thus he could see and enjoy as long as he could see, because the appreciation of this favour had remained with him to the last. You should have heard him say, ‘My ivory.’ Oh, yes, I heard him. ‘My Intended, my ivory, my station, my river, my–’ everything belonged to him. It made me hold my breath in expectation of hearing the wilderness burst into a prodigious peal of laughter that would shake the fixed stars in their places. Everything belonged to him–but that was a trifle.

The thing was to know what he belonged to, how many powers of darkness claimed him for their own. That was the reflection that made you creepy all over. It was impossible–it was not good for one either–trying to imagine. He had taken a high seat amongst the devils of the land–I mean literally. You can’t understand. How could you?–with solid pavement under your feet, surrounded by kind neighbours ready to cheer you or to fall on you, stepping delicately between the butcher and the policeman, in the holy terror of scandal and gallows and lunatic asylums–how can you imagine what particular region of the first ages a man’s untrammelled feet may take him into by the way of solitude–utter solitude without a policeman–by the way of silence–utter silence, where no warning voice of a kind neighbour can be heard whispering of public opinion? These little things make all the great difference. When they are gone you must fall back upon your own innate strength, upon your own capacity for faithfulness.

Of course you may be too much of a fool to go wrong–too dull even to know you are being assaulted by the powers of darkness. I take it, no fool ever made a bargain for his soul with the devil; the fool is too much of a fool, or the devil too much of a devil–I don’t know which. Or you may be such a thunderingly exalted creature as to be altogether deaf and blind to anything but heavenly sights and sounds. Then the earth for you is only a standing place–and whether to be like this is your loss or your gain I won’t pretend to say. But most of us are neither one nor the other. The earth for us is a place to live in, where we must put up with sights, with sounds, with smells, too, by Jove!–breathe dead hippo, so to speak, and not be contaminated. And there, don’t you see? Your strength comes in, the faith in your ability for the digging of unostentatious holes to bury the stuff in–your power of devotion, not to yourself, but to an obscure, back-breaking business. And that’s difficult enough.

Mind, I am not trying to excuse or even explain–I am trying to account to myself for–for–Mr. Kurtz–for the shade of Mr. Kurtz. This initiated wraith from the back of Nowhere honoured me with its amazing confidence before it vanished altogether. This was because it could speak English to me. The original Kurtz had been educated partly in England, and–as he was good enough to say himself–his sympathies were in the right place. His mother was half-English, his father was half-French. All Europe contributed to the making of Kurtz; and by and by I learned that, most appropriately, the International Society for the Suppression of Savage Customs had intrusted him with the making of a report, for its future guidance. And he had written it, too. I’ve seen it. I’ve read it. It was eloquent, vibrating with eloquence, but too high-strung, I think. Seventeen pages of close writing he had found time for! But this must have been before his–let us say–nerves, went wrong, and caused him to preside at certain midnight dances ending with unspeakable rites, which–as far as I reluctantly gathered from what I heard at various times–were offered up to him–do you understand?–to Mr.

Kurtz himself. But it was a beautiful piece of writing. The opening paragraph, however, in the light of later information, strikes me now as ominous. He began with the argument that we whites, from the point of development we had arrived at, ‘must necessarily appear to them [savages] in the nature of supernatural beings–we approach them with the might of a deity,’ and so on, and so on. ‘By the simple exercise of our will we can exert a power for good practically unbounded,’ etc., etc. From that point he soared and took me with him. The peroration was magnificent, though difficult to remember, you know. It gave me the notion of an exotic Immensity ruled by an august Benevolence. It made me tingle with enthusiasm. This was the unbounded power of eloquence–of words–of burning noble words. There were no practical hints to interrupt the magic current of phrases, unless a kind of note at the foot of the last page, scrawled evidently much later, in an unsteady hand, may be regarded as the exposition of a method.

It was very simple, and at the end of that moving appeal to every altruistic sentiment it blazed at you, luminous and terrifying, like a flash of lightning in a serene sky: ‘Exterminate all the brutes!’ The curious part was that he had apparently forgotten all about that valuable postscriptum, because, later on, when he in a sense came to himself, he repeatedly entreated me to take good care of ‘my pamphlet’ (he called it), as it was sure to have in the future a good influence upon his career. I had full information about all these things, and, besides, as it turned out, I was to have the care of his memory. I’ve done enough for it to give me the indisputable right to lay it, if I choose, for an everlasting rest in the dust-bin of progress, amongst all the sweepings and, figuratively speaking, all the dead cats of civilization. But then, you see, I can’t choose. He won’t be forgotten. Whatever he was, he was not common.

He had the power to charm or frighten rudimentary souls into an aggravated witch-dance in his honour; he could also fill the small souls of the pilgrims with bitter misgivings: he had one devoted friend at least, and he had conquered one soul in the world that was neither rudimentary nor tainted with self-seeking. No; I can’t forget him, though I am not prepared to affirm the fellow was exactly worth the life we lost in getting to him. I missed my late helmsman awfully–I missed him even while his body was still lying in the pilot-house. Perhaps you will think it passing strange this regret for a savage who was no more account than a grain of sand in a black Sahara. Well, don’t you see, he had done something, he had steered; for months I had him at my back–a help–an instrument. It was a kind of partnership. He steered for me–I had to look after him, I worried about his deficiencies, and thus a subtle bond had been created, of which I only became aware when it was suddenly broken.

And the intimate profundity of that look he gave me when he received his hurt remains to this day in my memory–like a claim of distant kinship affirmed in a supreme moment. “Poor fool! If he had only left that shutter alone. He had no restraint, no restraint–just like Kurtz–a tree swayed by the wind. As soon as I had put on a dry pair of slippers, I dragged him out, after first jerking the spear out of his side, which operation I confess I performed with my eyes shut tight. His heels leaped together over the little doorstep; his shoulders were pressed to my breast; I hugged him from behind desperately. Oh! he was heavy, heavy; heavier than any man on earth, I should imagine. Then without more ado I tipped him overboard. The current snatched him as though he had been a wisp of grass, and I saw the body roll over twice before I lost sight of it for ever. All the pilgrims and the manager were then congregated on the awning-deck about the pilot-house, chattering at each other like a flock of excited magpies, and there was a scandalized murmur at my heartless promptitude.

What they wanted to keep that body hanging about for I can’t guess. Embalm it, maybe. But I had also heard another, and a very ominous, murmur on the deck below. My friends the wood-cutters were likewise scandalized, and with a better show of reason–though I admit that the reason itself was quite inadmissible. Oh, quite! I had made up my mind that if my late helmsman was to be eaten, the fishes alone should have him. He had been a very second-rate helmsman while alive, but now he was dead he might have become a first-class temptation, and possibly cause some startling trouble. Besides, I was anxious to take the wheel, the man in pink pyjamas showing himself a hopeless duffer at the business. “This I did directly the simple funeral was over. We were going half-speed, keeping right in the middle of the stream, and I listened to the talk about me. They had given up Kurtz, they had given up the station; Kurtz was dead, and the station had been burnt–and so on–and so on.

The red-haired pilgrim was beside himself with the thought that at least this poor Kurtz had been properly avenged. ‘Say! We must have made a glorious slaughter of them in the bush. Eh? What do you think? Say?’ He positively danced, the bloodthirsty little gingery beggar. And he had nearly fainted when he saw the wounded man! I could not help saying, ‘You made a glorious lot of smoke, anyhow.’ I had seen, from the way the tops of the bushes rustled and flew, that almost all the shots had gone too high. You can’t hit anything unless you take aim and fire from the shoulder; but these chaps fired from the hip with their eyes shut. The retreat, I maintained–and I was right–was caused by the screeching of the steam whistle. Upon this they forgot Kurtz, and began to howl at me with indignant protests. “The manager stood by the wheel murmuring confidentially about the necessity of getting well away down the river before dark at all events, when I saw in the distance a clearing on the riverside and the outlines of some sort of building. ‘What’s this?’ I asked. He clapped his hands in wonder.

‘The station!’ he cried. I edged in at once, still going half-speed. “Through my glasses I saw the slope of a hill interspersed with rare trees and perfectly free from undergrowth. A long decaying building on the summit was half buried in the high grass; the large holes in the peaked roof gaped black from afar; the jungle and the woods made a background. There was no enclosure or fence of any kind; but there had been one apparently, for near the house half-a-dozen slim posts remained in a row, roughly trimmed, and with their upper ends ornamented with round carved balls. The rails, or whatever there had been between, had disappeared. Of course the forest surrounded all that. The river-bank was clear, and on the waterside I saw a white man under a hat like a cart-wheel beckoning persistently with his whole arm.

Examining the edge of the forest above and below, I was almost certain I could see movements–human forms gliding here and there. I steamed past prudently, then stopped the engines and let her drift down. The man on the shore began to shout, urging us to land. ‘We have been attacked,’ screamed the manager. ‘I know–I know. It’s all right,’ yelled back the other, as cheerful as you please. ‘Come along. It’s all right. I am glad.’ “His aspect reminded me of something I had seen–something funny I had seen somewhere. As I manoeuvred to get alongside, I was asking myself, ‘What does this fellow look like?’ Suddenly I got it. He looked like a harlequin. His clothes had been made of some stuff that was brown holland probably, but it was covered with patches all over, with bright patches, blue, red, and yellow–patches on the back, patches on the front, patches on elbows, on knees; coloured binding around his jacket, scarlet edging at the bottom of his trousers; and the sunshine made him look extremely gay and wonderfully neat withal, because you could see how beautifully all this patching had been done.

A beardless, boyish face, very fair, no features to speak of, nose peeling, little blue eyes, smiles and frowns chasing each other over that open countenance like sunshine and shadow on a wind-swept plain. ‘Look out, captain!’ he cried; ‘there’s a snag lodged in here last night.’ What! Another snag? I confess I swore shamefully. I had nearly holed my cripple, to finish off that charming trip. The harlequin on the bank turned his little pug-nose up to me. ‘You English?’ he asked, all smiles. ‘Are you?’ I shouted from the wheel. The smiles vanished, and he shook his head as if sorry for my disappointment. Then he brightened up. ‘Never mind!’ he cried encouragingly. ‘Are we in time?’ I asked. ‘He is up there,’ he replied, with a toss of the head up the hill, and becoming gloomy all of a sudden. His face was like the autumn sky, overcast one moment and bright the next. “When the manager, escorted by the pilgrims, all of them armed to the teeth, had gone to the house this chap came on board. ‘I say, I don’t like this.

These natives are in the bush,’ I said. He assured me earnestly it was all right. ‘They are simple people,’ he added; ‘well, I am glad you came. It took me all my time to keep them off.’ ‘But you said it was all right,’ I cried. ‘Oh, they meant no harm,’ he said; and as I stared he corrected himself, ‘Not exactly.’ Then vivaciously, ‘My faith, your pilot-house wants a clean-up!’ In the next breath he advised me to keep enough steam on the boiler to blow the whistle in case of any trouble. ‘One good screech will do more for you than all your rifles. They are simple people,’ he repeated. He rattled away at such a rate he quite overwhelmed me. He seemed to be trying to make up for lots of silence, and actually hinted, laughing, that such was the case. ‘Don’t you talk with Mr. Kurtz?’ I said.

‘You don’t talk with that man–you listen to him,’ he exclaimed with severe exaltation. ‘But now–’ He waved his arm, and in the twinkling of an eye was in the uttermost depths of despondency. In a moment he came up again with a jump, possessed himself of both my hands, shook them continuously, while he gabbled: ‘Brother sailor… honour… pleasure… delight… introduce myself… Russian… son of an arch-priest… Government of Tambov… What? Tobacco! English tobacco; the excellent English tobacco! Now, that’s brotherly. Smoke? Where’s a sailor that does not smoke?” “The pipe soothed him, and gradually I made out he had run away from school, had gone to sea in a Russian ship; ran away again; served some time in English ships; was now reconciled with the arch-priest. He made a point of that. ‘But when one is young one must see things, gather experience, ideas; enlarge the mind.

‘ ‘Here!’ I interrupted. ‘You can never tell! Here I met Mr. Kurtz,’ he said, youthfully solemn and reproachful. I held my tongue after that. It appears he had persuaded a Dutch trading-house on the coast to fit him out with stores and goods, and had started for the interior with a light heart and no more idea of what would happen to him than a baby. He had been wandering about that river for nearly two years alone, cut off from everybody and everything. ‘I am not so young as I look. I am twenty-five,’ he said. ‘At first old Van Shuyten would tell me to go to the devil,’ he narrated with keen enjoyment; ‘but I stuck to him, and talked and talked, till at last he got afraid I would talk the hind-leg off his favourite dog, so he gave me some cheap things and a few guns, and told me he hoped he would never see my face again. Good old Dutchman, Van Shuyten.

I’ve sent him one small lot of ivory a year ago, so that he can’t call me a little thief when I get back. I hope he got it. And for the rest I don’t care. I had some wood stacked for you. That was my old house. Did you see?’ “I gave him Towson’s book. He made as though he would kiss me, but restrained himself. ‘The only book I had left, and I thought I had lost it,’ he said, looking at it ecstatically. ‘So many accidents happen to a man going about alone, you know. Canoes get upset sometimes–and sometimes you’ve got to clear out so quick when the people get angry.’ He thumbed the pages. ‘You made notes in Russian?’ I asked. He nodded. ‘I thought they were written in cipher,’ I said. He laughed, then became serious. ‘I had lots of trouble to keep these people off,’ he said.

‘Did they want to kill you?’ I asked. ‘Oh, no!’ he cried, and checked himself. ‘Why did they attack us?’ I pursued. He hesitated, then said shamefacedly, ‘They don’t want him to go.’ ‘Don’t they?’ I said curiously. He nodded a nod full of mystery and wisdom. ‘I tell you,’ he cried, ‘this man has enlarged my mind.’ He opened his arms wide, staring at me with his little blue eyes that were perfectly round.”.

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The Link Between Hepatitis B and Liver Cancer: The Asian American Community – Howtoshtab – how to, lifehacks, tips and tricks

[ Music ] >> Chen: The way I got involved in health disparities is I read an article, and in that article I learned that unlike U.S. populations, cancer’s the leading cause of death for Asian-Americans. Everyone else’s leading cause of death is heart disease. As an Asian-American, I then felt like it was my obligation to marry the two-my knowledge of cancer, my cultural background of Asian-Americans, and then to find ways to intersect and bring about an integration of knowledge of cancer health disparities so that we could achieve behavioral outcomes. Hepatitis B induced liver cancer is our greatest cancer health disparity. The ratio of those with Hepatitis B among foreign-born Asians is 68.5 to 1 for U.

S. born whites, and so there is no greater disparity than this. At the same time we recognize that Hepatitis B induced liver cancer is potentially avoidable. We do have a vaccine that’s effective and is being applied from infancy through about age 20. That doesn’t necessarily address the adults who missed the vaccination. We want to address this particular disparity, and we’re very fortunate again to do that with NIH funding. AANCART stands for the Asian-American Network for Cancer Awareness, Research, and Training. We believe that our charge is to reduce the unique, unusual, and unnecessary cancer burden effecting Asian Americans. In our current research project, one of the things we’re trying to do is to determine who has ever been tested for Hepatitis B, and when we ask our Asian patients and people, “Have you ever been tested for Hepatitis B,” and we show them on the arm, this is, you know, the test is normally done here, people say, “Oh, TB.

” Well, we have learned through AANCART that if we could use our respective Asian languages, that our individuals, our target population is not hard to reach but rather hardly reached, and the more we can integrate and use Asian languages and use the cultural background and the appeals that we’ve learned growing up in the Asian-American community, the more effective we can be. It’s important for the general population to know that disparities need to be reduced. The fact of the matter is that people of color, people of racial ethnic minorities are, you know, are the majority of Americans, and yet it is this group of people who are experiencing disparities, and so for us to be healthier as a nation, we need to do everything we can to lift the burden, to reduce the disparities, and then we become a healthier people in the long run. It not only saves lives, but it also is going to be more cost effective.

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Star Wars Battlefront 2 – EL-16HFE Best Long Range Assault Weapon? – ps4 Gameplay – Howtoshtab – how to, lifehacks, tips and tricks

Red Wolf here and today’s target is the EL-16HFE, we’ll be taking a look at the magazine size, rate of fire, damage and how it drops off, cooling power, accuracy, and I’m going to suggest a few cards to run with this one.. I’m going to assume you already know which class these weapons belong to, but if you don’t I’ll like the trooper review for their class in the card that is now coming up on your screen. But before we get into all that, make sure to hit that like so I know if this is the type of video you enjoy, also hit that subscribe and notification button, it really does help a lot, and New videos will be Monday, Wednesday, Friday and streams on Tuesdays and Thursdays at 8pm central time.

So lets get into the information Magazine Size w/ and w/o attachments The amount of rounds you can fire before overheating is 15 rounds, There is no cooling attachment on this one, so there is no way to improve that, however I have found a good alternative that we’ll cover once we get down into the cards section. The EL16HFE has the lowest number of rounds before it overheats in the assault class, meaning it’s pretty unforgiving if you miss a few shots, since you’ll be overheating much faster than the person your engaged with. Rate of Fire w/o attachments It gets even more unforgiving when you look at rate of fire. The EL16HFE has the slowest rate of fire among the assault class, at an amazing 210 rounds per minute. While this is not the slowest rate of fire in the game, you definitely feel it when your in a fire fight, and it will definitely cost you some engagements if you miss, or aren’t landing a few head shots here and there.

Since there is no rapid fire style attachment on this weapon, the EL16HFE is not for you aggressive players, who like my self, are constantly running around like a crazy person. This weapon is best suited for those medium to long range players, and is honestly best in the hands of a specialist who got lost in the loadout screen. Damage w/o attachments, (min, max, DPS and drop off) While the rate of fire may be slow, this weapon more than makes up in the damage it deals out per round. This is the highest damage per round weapon in the assault classes arsenal, maxing out at 49 damage per round and dropping down to 30 damage per round. IF your using the range attachment the lowest I could get was 37 damage per round at long range. At close range, landing all your shots the EL16HFE has a potential of dealing 171 damage per second, and at long range doing 105 damage per second with out the range attachment. IF your running the range attachment, it will do 129 damage per second at long range.

This will put it at second for long range in terms of DPS numbers wise, but first if you take into account actually being able to hit the target, since the CR-2 still has a higher DPS potential, but the accuracy on the CR-2 won’t allow you to land every shot, while this weapon, with the slower rate of fire can. The EL16HFE also has the lowest drop off damage wise compared to all other blasters in it’s class, dealing 75% of the damage at long range that it does in close range with the ranged attachment and 61% without it. While the percent of drop off doesn’t really mean much in terms of game play, it does mean the damage done is more consistent overall, for those of you who don’t like to have to do some quick calculations on the fly, or just like to know you’re weapon will perform similar damage at all ranges. Accuracy w/ and w/o attachments The grouping for the EL16hfe, for the rate of fire being so slow is rather large when you don’t aim down sight on this one. If you do aim its becomes much better, and if you add the recoil reduction attachment the recoil is basically non existent.

The green on the right is with recoil reduction and the blue on the left is without. I would definitely run recoil reduction on this weapon along with the improved range. You do have an option for the dual zoom scopes but i’m not really a fan of the scopes outside the DMRs for the specialist. Cooling Power (reload times) Cooling time on this weapon is identical to all other assault rifles, so the shortest cooling time is an auto cool at 1 second, regardless of how many shots you fire. If you do fire until your forced to cool, it’s not to bad, since you’ll hit the blue in 1.15 seconds, and then the gold in 2.08 seconds. If you fully let it cool after overheating, it is a rather long 3 seconds. Cards For this weapon, I am going to recommend using the Flash Pistol card with it. Cyborg whos a regular on the stream had me us the flash pistol only one game, and it was actually really strong. So since you have very few rounds to fire with the EL16hf when you get to the cooling point, you can pull out the flash pistol and still engage, and then switch back to the el16hfe after 3 seconds and repeat the process.

The Flash pistol is also really strong up close, so if you start getting a close range fight, can use it like a secondary weapon since it doesn’t have a cool down time. I will be doing a video soley on the flash pistol but just wanted to say its worth using with this weapon. Call to action At this time I have all the weapons planned out and dated, and i really appricaite those of you who requested some specific weapons. If you want to know the date for a weapon let me know. So in the comment section down below, lets talk about favorite Star Wars Movie? For me, the more I watch it, the more I really love Force Awakens. I know its a rehash of the original triliogy, but the movie is fun, fast paced in comparison to the original trilogy, the fan service moments hit ya in the feels and I really like BB-8. Outro If you liked this video, make sure to like and subscribe to the channel, I love having you here.

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Walking through space in NASA’s Virtual Reality Lab – Howtoshtab – how to, lifehacks, tips and tricks

Oh no! Oh, this is stressful. Oh, hey! That’s me, tumbling through space. Throughout my career, I’ve met a few astronauts, but I never really got to see how they train for missions. Today, I’ve convinced NASA to show me how astronauts learn to do their jobs before going to space. And that means doing a lot of simulations — to learn the basics, and also to prepare for the worst-case scenarios. We’re here at the Systems Engineering Simulator facility. It’s basically fancy talk for: “We’re going to drive some spaceships!” NASA wants to go into deep space and potentially to Mars.

And astronauts are going to need to a way to get around fast when they’re on the surface of another planet. Best way to do that? A monster rover. I’m in a rover right now, or at least part of a rover. It’s a simulation used so that crew members can test out what it will be like to ride around on the surfaces of different planets. Since NASA wants to go to Mars, we are in Jezero Crater on Mars right now. Which they think was a lake bed at one time, so of course it’s somewhere we’re interested in exploring further in the future. So you have your hand controller there. That is going to control driving. So, that’s both acceleration and steering for the rover. Now this isn’t like your normal car. We have way more wheels here, right? That’s right. So, how many wheels do we have on this thing? You have 12 wheels total, so six sets of two. The 12 wheels can move in 360 degrees.

That means the rover is capable of basically moving in any direction: forward, back, sideways, even spin in around in a circle. It takes a while for the wheels to adjust, though, so it felt kind of slow. You also have to keep in mind that we have one-third of Earth’s gravity here. So it’s going to drive a little squirrely sometimes, a little more bouncy. Gotcha. If I want to move forward, I just push forward? Right. And then I’ve run into this thing. The Mars Ascent Vehicle, yeah. I’ve just destroyed billions of dollars worth of hardware. So now we can’t leave. We’re stuck on Mars forever now. Driving in a nice, comfy rover is fun and all, but it’s not that immersive of an experience. You’re kind of just sitting still moving a joystick. Plus, it’s not really practical right now since astronauts won’t be going to Mars for many years. But something that is a big part of astronaut training these days is spacewalks. This is the Neutral Buoyancy Lab. Being underwater is the closest thing we have on Earth to re-creating the sensation of zero-g.

That giant structure you see inside is an actual replica of the International Space Station. For testing, astronauts have to suit up outside the pool — with a lot of help — and then get slowly lowered in. Unfortunately, I won’t be going in the pool today, but we have some tech supplement for the time being. I’m headed to Johnson Space Center’s Virtual Reality Lab. It’s where NASA trains astronauts to learn how to do their spacewalks. First up: learning how to maneuver outside the station. I have to replace a battery. One of the things you can do here with this model, since you’re in VR, is you can actually figure out what it’s going to take to get from the airlock, or from your current worksite, out to a new worksite. What you’re going to do, is we’re going to start you out here on the truss. Youre right around S-Zero, which is one of the truss segments. Turns out, replacing a battery in space is way harder than changing out the batteries in your remote.

It’s a two-person job, with one astronaut pulling out the old battery and the other handing over a new unit. Sounds easy, right? Piece of cake. VR is great at showing you exactly where everything is going to be out there — and whether you have a good enough wingspan. Got it. Oh, I’m attached. Okay, now you can see you’re climbing on the handrail. Oh, wow. Okay, so I want to go — there’s my destination. I see it. Yeah, look off to your right. It’s bright yellow. Hey, you’re good at this. I think they’re testing for a new astronaut class coming in. You know what? You should just go ahead and apply. I’m clearly the frontrunner now. Alright, I’m here! Is that it? That’s it for now. But what would happen if your spacewalk didn’t go smoothly? Astronauts are always tethered to the ISS during spacewalks, but NASA always plans for the remote possibility of someone getting disconnected.

Well, I was going to experience that terrifying scenario by getting knocked off the station. And then I had to get back before, you know, I burned up in the atmosphere. When they go outside, in case they ever become separated from the space station — so that they don’t float off, which would be bad — they came up with a safety device that’s basically a jet backpack. It’s called SAFER. Aptly named. NASA thinks of SAFER as a life jacket in space. It’s worn like a backpack, with jet thrusters that are steered by a hand controller. So far, SAFER has never been needed for an actual emergency. And that’s good, because this is a pretty dangerous scenario and you don’t have a lot of time to get back. And what about, how much fuel do you have before you run out? Approximately five to 10 minutes worth of fuel, depending on how aggressive you are with your fuel use.

So, it’s a you’re racing against the clock kind of thing? Yes. Yeah, so you can’t just take your time out there. You need to get back. If you’re out there for more than, say, 15 minutes, it gets very unlikely you’re going to rescue. So, there I am. That tiny astronaut hanging out at the Quest Joint Airlock. And there I am… getting farther and farther away from safety. Okay, we’re going to make you wait just a little bit now before I power up the unit. They leave you spinning for a little bit, because you wouldn’t be able to get your bearings right away. You’ve got to slow yourself down and get yourself under control. I think I’d also be screaming. And now you would have the hand controller out and you would power it on. And now it’s going to cancel out your rotations.

Okay. You’ll see yourself coming to a stop. Alright. So now, I need to… Look around and find the station. The station is definitely to my left. Okay, so yaw to your left. Okay, you’ll want to pitch down just a little bit. You see that round, horseshoe-shaped thing? That is the airlock. So, you want to point right back at that spot. Now that I’m facing the station, it’s time to switch modes. Now you want to go over to translation mode. That means I can move forward and back, or left and right in a straight line. And now, start moving towards it. Okay, here we go. I think we might have changed the game. It’s a slow process. Again, you don’t want to go fast. Am I going too fast? No, you’re not going too fast. In space, a little bit of thrust goes a long way. All you need is just a slight push to send you going in the right direction. Again, the translations are very slow. Okay, but George Clooney moved so much faster. Just reach out. Help me! If you can grab structure, you’re safe. And now I’m a part of the space station.

And that was the easiest case scenario. Other simulations have astronauts moving away from the station four times faster than that. And at night. Well, how long did it take me to get back? Would I have actually made it? Four and a half minutes. Okay, so I’m a speed demon. Clearly I’m a spacewalk master, but there’s still a whole ton of things astronauts have to do that I haven’t trained for — like working the robotic arm or doing lab experiments in zero gravity. In fact, it’s a two-year training process before you can even be assigned to a mission. These simulations are just the tip of the iceberg..

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Wanz The Heist Macklemore, LLC When I Was Your Man Bruno Mars Unorthodox WMG Lets Get Ready To Rhumble PJ & Duncan Psyche Sony BMG Stay Rihanna ft. Mikky Ekko Unapologetic The Island Def Jam Music Group Just Give Me A Reason P!nk ft. Nate Ruess The Truth About Love RCA Records I Knew You Were Trouble Taylor Swift Red Big Machine Records Started From The Bottom Drake Started From the Bottom Cash Money Records Feel This Moment Pitbull ft. Christina Aguilera Global Warming RCA Records Mirrors Justin Timberlake The 20/2Experience RCA Records Main Fan Bhagat Singh Da Bikkar Bai Senti Mental Diljit Dosanjh Sony Music Baghi Sadda Haq Jazzy B Jazzy B Records Tauba Tauba Daddy Cool Munde Fool Amrinder Gill Speed Records Jatt Senti Bikkar Bai Senti Mental Jassi Jaraj Sony Music ClassMate (Remix) Daddy Cool Munde Fool Jassi Gill, Kaur B Speed Records New Entry – Lamian Caran Long Car Raja Baath T-Series Soohe Khat Afsaaney Sartaaj De Satinder Sartaaj Firdaus Production Raatan Daddy Cool Munde Fool Amrinder Gill Speed Records New Entry – Desi Gaana Lucky Di Unlucky Story Gippy Grewal Gippy Grewal Records New Entry – Pardesi Jhanjhar Harjeet Harman T-Series Annayum Rasoolum Rajeev Ravi Fahadh Faasil, Andrea Jeremiah Romance Ente Rajesh Touchriver Siddique, Anjali Patil, Lakshmi Menon Drama Entry Rajesh Amanakara Baburaj, Ranjini Haridas, Bhagath Manuel, Sija Rose Action, Drama Lisammayude Veedu Babu Janardhanan Meera Jasmine, Rahul Madhav, Salim Kumar Drama My Fan Ramu Nikhil K.

Menon Saiju Kurup, Rajeev Pillai Comedy Nee Ko Njaa Cha Gireesh Sunny Wayne, Parvathy Nair Comedy Isaac Newton S/O Philipose V Bosse Lal, Nedumudi Venu, Abhinaya, Tini Tom Comedy Maad Dad Revathy S Varma Lal, Nazriya Nazim, Meghana Raj Drama Yathrakkoduvil Basil Zak Sreejith Vijay, Vidya, Thilakan Drama Romans Boban Samuel Kunchacko Boban, Biju Menon, Niveda Thomas, Aparna Nair Comedy Annum Innum Ennum Rajesh Nair Nishan, Jishnu, Thilakan Drama 1 Nakhangal Suresh Krisshnan Rakendu, Madan Mohan, Megha, Sumesh Family, Thriller 1 Oru Yathrayil Priyanandanan, Major Ravi, Rajesh Amanakara, Mathews Vineeth Kumar, Remya Nambeesan, Lakshmi Gopalaswami Anthology, Drama 1 Proprietors Kammath & Kammath Thomson K. Thomas Mammootty, Dileep, Rima Kallingal, Karthika Nair Comedy, Action 1 Players Vasudev Sanal Jayasurya, Kavya Madhavan, Jishnu, Nishanth Sagar Romance, Drama 1 Lokpal Joshiy Mohanlal, Kavya Madhavan Drama 1 Dracula 2013D Vinayan Sudheer Sukumaran, Prabhu, Shraddha Das, Monal Gajjar, Thilakan Horror 1 Natholi Oru Cheriya Meenalla V. K.

Prakash Fahadh Faasil, Kamalinee Mukherjee, Rima Kallingal, Aishwarya Romance, Comedy 1 Oru Nerinte Nombaram P. Sivaram Anoop David, Vaigha, Ashamol, Baby Hridya Drama 1 Celluloid Kamal Prithviraj, Mamta Mohandas, Chandni Biopic 2 Cowboy P. Balachandrakumar Asif Ali, Mythili, Bala Action, Comedy 2 Breaking News Live Sudhir Ambalapadu Kavya Madhavan, Mythili, Vineeth Drama 2 Black Butterfly Rajaputra Ranjith Mithun, Malavika Romance 2 Housefull Linson Antony Tini Tom, Jyothirmayi Comedy 2 am Local Call Manu Sudhakaran Lal, Nishan, Kailash, Shritha Sivadas Thriller 2 David & Goliath Rajeev Nath Jayasurya, Anoop Menon, Soumya, Anumol Thriller 2 Shutter Joy Mathew Lal, Sreenivasan, Sajitha Madathil Thriller 2 Kili Poyi Vinay Govind Asif Ali, Aju Varghese Stoner film 2 Omega.exe Binoy George Hareesh Raj, Vineeth, Sanchu, Iniya Drama 2 Rose Guitarinaal Ranjan Pramod Richard Joy Thomas, Athmeeya Rajan, Rejith Menon Romance, Music 3 Mahatma Ayyankali Sooriya Deva Saju, Sajilal, Madhu Biopic 3 Rebecca Uthup Kizhakkemala Sunder Das Ann Augustine, Sidharth Bharathan, Jishnu Sports film, Romance, Drama 3 Lucky Star Deepu Anthikad Jayaram, Rachana Narayanankutty, Mukesh Comedy, Drama 3 Pakaram Sreevallabhan Om Prakash, Radhika, Siddique Thriller, Revenge 3 Radio Umer Mohammed Iniya, Sarayu, Nishan, Sreejith Vijay Drama 3 Poombattakalude Taazhvaaram V.

M.Akhilesh Nima, Rajesh Mohan, Prethiknjan, Dhirar, Sandhra Drama 3 Dolls Shalil Kallur John, Sruthi Nair,Parvathy Nair Romance, Drama 3 Papilio Buddha Jayan K. Cherian Sreekumar, Saritha Sunil, Prakash Bare, Thampi Antony, Padmapriya Drama, Environmental film 3 Ithu Manthramo Thanthramo Kuthanthramo Sainu Pallithazhathu Mukesh, Baburaj, Suraj Venjaramoodu, Sruthi Lakshmi, Nayana Comedy 3 Kanaa Paadam Ameen Jawher Bhasi, Aarya Gaythri Drama 4 Ithu Pathiramanal M. Padmakumar Unni Mukundan, Jayasurya, Remya Nambeesan Action 4 Good Idea P. K. Sakir Sreejith Vijay , Hanna Bella, Unni Sivapal Romance 4 Red Wine Salam Bappu Mohanlal, Fahad Fazil, Asif Ali, Meghana Raj, Meera Nandan, Mia Romance 4 Amen Lijo Jose Pellissery Indrajith, Fahadh Faasil , Swati Reddy, Rachana Romance 4 Dots Sugeeth Kunchacko Boban, Biju Menon, Prathap Pothan, Janani Iyer Romance 4 Yathra Thudarunnu Jayan Sivapuram Lakshmi Gopalaswami, Irshad, Nedumudi Venu Drama 4 Kutteem Kolum Guinness Pakru Guinness Pakru, Aditya, Sanusha, Leya Drama 4 edit Malayalam dubbed filmsNo.

Release date Title Original title Original language Director Cast Genre Ref January Hai Ram Charan Orange Telugu Bhaskar Ram Charan Teja, Genelia DSouza, Shazahn Padamsee, Sanchita Shetty Action, Romance 4 March Pizza Pizza Tamil Karthik Subbaraj Vijay Sethupathi, Ramya Nambeesan Thriller 4 March Naayak Naayak Telugu V. V. Vinayak Ram Charan Teja, Kajal Aggarwal, Amala Paul Action, Romance This table will be updated after each new release. edit Notable deathsMonth Date Name Age Profession Notable films March Rajasulochana 7Actress Manasakshi Joseph Chacko505158Actor Snapaka Yohannan.the People.By the People5 Sukumari 7Actress Chettathi.Odaruthammava Aalariyam.Boeing Boeing.Vandanam.Mizhikal Sakshi.Gramam Kalla Thuppakki Logiyas Kutty Anand, Sampath Ram, Viccy, Prabhakaran, Sravanthika Kanavu Kadhalan Udhay, Saritha Yadav Kurumbukkara Pasanga T.

Samydurai Sanjeev, Monica, Manobala, Pandiarajan Mayil Paarai Nanbargal Gavanathirkku K. Jayakumar Varshan, Manisha Jith, Sanjeev Nimidangal Geetha Krishna Sashan, Priyanka, Suman, Atul Kulkarni Crime Alex Pandian Suraj Karthi, Anushka Shetty, Santhanam, Nikita Thukral, Milind Soman, Suman Action-masala Produced by kjsurya Productions Kanna Laddu Thinna Aasaiya K. S. Manikandan Santhanam, Srinivasan, Vishakha Singh, Sethu Comedy Produced by Hand Made Films & Sri Thenandal Films Samar Thiru Vishal, Trisha Krishnan, Sunaina Action Produced by Balaji Real Media puthagam Vijay Adhiraj Sathya, Jagapati Babu, Rakul Preet Singh, Sanjay Bharati, Rachana Maurya Drama Produced by Ram Pictures Private Limited Vijayanagaram Tanveer Sivan, Haasini, Bhanu Chander, Aryan Pathaayiram Kodi Srinivasan Sundar Dhruv Bhandari, Madalasa Sharma, Vivek Comedy Kadal Mani Ratnam Gautham Karthik, Thulasi Nair, Arjun, Arvind Swamy, Lakshmi Manchu Drama Produced by Madras Talkies David Bejoy Nambiar Vikram, Jiiva, Tabu, Isha Sharvani, Lara Dutta Drama Produced by Reliance MediaWorks Vishwaroopam Kamal Haasan Kamal Haasan, Pooja Kumar, Rahul Bose, Andrea Jeremiah Spy thriller Produced by Rajkamal International Nesam Nesapaduthe illunu Oru Sandhippu Ravi Lallin Vimal, Dipa Shah, Oviya Romance Vana Yuddham A.

M. R. Ramesh Kishore, Arjun, Vijayalakshmi, Lakshmi Rai Ameerin Aadhi Bhagavan Ameer Sultan Jayam Ravi, Neetu Chandra, Sudha Chandran Action Produced by Anbu Pictures Ariyathavan Puriyathavan J. K J. K, Unnimaya Drama Produced by JK Productions Haridas G. N. R. Kumaravelan Kishore, Sneha, Prithviraj Das Drama Produced by DR V RAM Production Private Limited Paati Aandava Perumal Sathish Kumar Sivan, Sasi, Idhaya, Jeeva Romance Produced by R. Jana Chuda Chuda Idhayan Idhayan, Durga, Shobina, Udhayana Chandamama Radhakrishnan Karunas, Shweta Basu Prasad, Harish Kalyan Comedy Produced by Classic Cinemas Lollu Dada Parag Parag K. Viyasan Mansoor Ali Khan, Shilpha Comedy Produced by Vijayamuralee Naangam Pirai 3D Vinayan Sudheer Sukumaran, Prabhu, Thilakan, Monal Gajjar, Shraddha Das Horror Produced by Akash Films Vellachi Velu Viswanath Pintu, Suchitra Unni, Ganja Karuppu Romance Produced by K. Ananthan Mathil Mel Poonai Barani Jayapal Vijay Vasanth, Vibha Natarajan Thriller Produced by Peenics Creations 1 Onbadhule Guru P. T.

Selvakumar Vinay Rai, Aravind Akash, Premgi Amaren, Lakshmi Rai Comedy 1 Pesamal Pesinaal 1 Sundaattam Brahma G. Dev Irfan, Arundhathi, Madhu Produced by Film Fame Production 1 Garuda Paarvai 1 Karumpuli 1 Paradesi Bala Adharvaa, Vedhicka, Dhansika Drama Produced by B Studios 1 Vatthikuchi Kinslin Dhileban, Anjali, Jayaprakash, Saranya, Sampath Raj Thriller Produced by Murugadoss Productions & Fox Star Studios 1 Karuppampatti Tha. Prabhu Raja Cholan Ajmal Ameer, Aparnaa Bajpai, Alice Tantardini Drama Produced by Sundar Pictures Kan Pesum Varthaigal R. Balaji Mirchi Senthil, Iniya Romance Produced by Sri krithik creations 2Maranthen Mannithen Kumar Nagendra Aadhi, Taapsee, Lakshmi Manchu, Sundeep Kishan Produced by Manchu Productions 2Chennaiyil Oru Naal Shaheed Kader Sarathkumar, Cheran, Prakash Raj, Prasanna, Nassar, Radhika, Iniya, Parvathi Menon Drama Produced by kjsurya Productions Kedi Billa Killadi Ranga Pandiraj Vimal, Sivakarthikeyan, Bindu Madhavi, Regina Cassandra Comedy Produced by Pasanga Productions Azhagan Azhagi Nandha Periyasaamy Jack, Aarthi Comedy Keeripulla Feroze Khan Yuvan, Disha Pandey, Ganja Karuppu Action Settai R.

Kannan Arya, Anjali, Hansika Motwani, Santhanam, Premgi Amaren Comedy Produced by sun Pictures January – MarchOpening Title Studio Cast and crew Genre Ref. A Dark Truth Magnolia Pictures Damian Lee (director/screenwriter); Andy Garcia, Kim Coates, Eva Longoria, Forest Whitaker, Deborah Kara Unger, Devon Bostick, Al Sapienza, Steven Bauer, Kevin Durand, Claudette Lali Action, Thriller Table No. 2Eros International Aditya Datt (director); Jimmy-sen (screenplay); Tena Desae, Rajeev Khandelwal, Paresh Rawal Action, Thriller Texas Chainsaw 3D Lionsgate John Luessenhop (director); Kirsten Elms, Adam Marcus, Debra Sullivan (screenplay); Alexandra Daddario, Dan Yeager, Trey Songz, Scott Eastwood, Tania Raymonde Horror the Grandmaster Block Pictures / Jet Tone Films Wong Kar-wai (director/screenplay); Tony Leung Chiu-Wai, Zhang Ziyi, Song Hye-kyo, Chang Chen, Zhao Benshan, Yuen Woo-ping, Xiaoshenyang, Cung Le, Lo Hoi-pang, Leung Siu-lung, Julian Cheung, Lo Mang, Berg Ng Action, Drama Gangster Squad Warner Bros.

Ruben Fleischer (director); Will Beall (screenplay); Ryan Gosling, Emma Stone, Sean Penn, Josh Brolin, Robert Patrick, Michael Peña, Giovanni Ribisi, Anthony Mackie, Nick Nolte, Wade Williams, Mireille Enos, Sullivan Stapleton, Frank Grillo Action, Crime, Drama A Haunted House Open Road Films Michael Tiddes (director); Marlon Wayans, Rick Alvarez (screenplay); Marlon Wayans, Nick Swardson, David Koechner, Essence Atkins, Cedric the Entertainer, Alanna Ubach, Jamie Noel Comedy, Horror Matru Ki Bijlee Ka Mandola Fox Star Studios Vishal Bhardwaj (director/screenplay); Abhishek Chaubey (screenplay); Imran Khan, Anushka Sharma, Pankaj Kapur, Shabana Azmi, Arya Babbar, Aamir Khan, Ajay Devgan Romantic Comedy 1 Broken City 20th Century Fox Allen Hughes (director); Brian Tucker (screenplay); Mark Wahlberg, Russell Crowe, Catherine Zeta-Jones, Barry Pepper, Kyle Chandler, Natalie Martinez, Justin Chambers, Alona Tal, Jeffrey Wright, Catherine Kim Poon, Justin Chambers, Alona Tal, James Rawlings, James Ransone, Judd Lormand Crime, Drama 1 LUV Indomina Media Sheldon Candis (director/screenplay); Common, Dennis Haysbert, Danny Glover, Charles S.

Dutton, Meagan Good Drama 1 Mama Universal Pictures Andres Muschietti (director/screenplay); Neil Cross, Barbara Muschietti (screenplay); Jessica Chastain, Nikolaj Coster-Waldau, Daniel Kash, David Fox Horror, Thriller 1 Officer Down Anchor Bay Films Brian A Miller (director); John Chase (screenplay); Stephen Dorff, Dominic Purcell, David Boreanaz, Soulja Boy, Stephen Lang, James Woods, Walton Goggins, Tommy Flanagan, Oleg Taktarov, Johnny Messner Action 1 The Last Stand Lionsgate Kim Ji-woon (director); Andrew Knauer, Jeffrey Nachmanoff (screenplay); Arnold Schwarzenegger, Forest Whitaker, Peter Stormare, Jaimie Alexander, Rodrigo Santoro, Zach Gilford, Johnny Knoxville, Harry Dean Stanton, Luis Guzmán, Génesis Rodríguez, Daniel Henney Action 1 Hansel and Gretel. Witch Hunters Paramount Pictures / MGM / MTV Films Tommy Wirkola (director/screenplay); Dante Harper (screenplay); Jeremy Renner, Gemma Arterton, Zoe Bell, Famke Janssen, Peter Stormare, Ingrid Bolso Berdal, Derek Mears, Thomas Mann, Pihla Viitala, Robin Atkin Downes, Rainer Bock, Monique Ganderton, Joanna Kulig Action, Fantasy 1 John Dies at the End Magnolia Pictures Don Coscarelli (director/screenplay); Paul Giamatti, Clancy Brown, Glynn Turman, Doug Jones, Daniel Roebuck, Jimmy Wong, Angus Scrimm Comedy, Horror 1 Knife Fight IFC Films Bill Guttentag (director/screenplay); Chris Lehane (screenplay); Rob Lowe, Carrie-Anne Moss, Jamie Chung, Richard Schiff, Eric McCormack, Julie Bowen, Jennifer Morrison, Amanda Crew, Saffron Burrows, Shirley Manson, Davey Havok Political Thriller 1 Movie 4Relativity Media Patrik Forsberg (director/screenplay); Elizabeth Banks, Steven Brill, Steve Carr, Rusty Cundieff, James Duffy, Griffin Dunne, Peter Farrelly, James Gunn, Bob Odenkirk, Brett Ratner, Jonathan van Tulleken (directors); Steve Baker, Will Carlough, Matt Portenoy, Greg Pritikin, Rocky Russo, Jeremy Sosenko, Elizabeth Wright Shapiro (screenplay); Hugh Jackman, Emma Stone, Gerard Butler, Chloë Grace Moretz, Elizabeth Banks, Kristen Bell, Naomi Watts, Anna Faris, Chris Pratt, Kate Winslet, Josh Duhamel, Richard Gere, Uma Thurman, Halle Berry, Patrick Warburton, Christopher Mintz-Plasse, Liev Schreiber, Seann William Scott, Jason Sudeikis, Kate Bosworth, Bobby Cannavale, Justin Long, J.

B. Smoove, Kieran Culkin, Leslie Bibb, Terrence Howard, Jack McBrayer, Tony Shalhoub, Matt Walsh, Stephen Merchant, Jimmy Bennett, Emily Alyn Lind, Jeremy Allen White Comedy 2 Parker FilmDistrict Taylor Hackford (director); John McLaughlin (screenplay); Jason Statham, Jennifer Lopez, Bobby Cannavale, Clifton Collins, Jr., Wendell Pierce, Michael Chiklis, Nick Nolte, Sala Baker Crime, Action 2 Race Tips Music Films Abbas-Mustan (director); Shiraz Ahmed (screenplay); Anil Kapoor, Saif Ali Khan, Deepika Padukone, John Abraham, Jacqueline Fernandez, Ameesha Patel, Rajesh Khattar, Bipasha Basu Action 2 Bullet to the Head Warner Bros. Walter Hill (director/screenplay); Alessandro Camon (screenplay); Sylvester Stallone, Sung Kang, Sarah Shahi, Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje, Christian Slater, Jason Mamoa, Jon Seda, Brian Van Holt Crime, Action 2 Sound City Therapy Studios Dave Grohl (director); Mark Monroe (screenplay); Documentary 2 Stand Up Guys Lionsgate Fisher Stevens (director); Noah Haidle (screenplay); Al Pacino, Christopher Walken, Julianna Margulies, Mark Margolis, Alan Arkin, Bill Burr Crime, Comedy 2 The Haunting in Connecticut 2.

Ghosts of Georgia Gold Circle Films Tom Elkins (director); Dave Coggeshall (screenplay); Chad Michael Murray, Abigail Spencer, Katee Sackhoff, Cicely Tyson, Emily Alyn Lind Horror 2 Warm Bodies Summit Entertainment Jonathan Levine (director/screenplay); Nicholas Hoult, Teresa Palmer, Rob Corddry, John Malkovich, Analeigh Tipton, Dave Franco, Cory Hardrict Horror, Romance 2 A Glimpse Inside the Mind of Charles Swan III A2Roman Coppola (director/screenplay); Charlie Sheen, Jason Schwartzmann, Bill Murray, Katheryn Winnick, Patricia Arquette, Aubrey Plaza, Mary Elizabeth Winstead Comedy, Drama 2 Identity Thief Universal Pictures Seth Gordon (director); Steve Conrad, Craig Mazin (screenplay); Jason Bateman, Melissa McCarthy, Amanda Peet, John Cho, Clark Duke, Maggie Elizabeth Jones, Mary-Charles Jones, Jon Favreau, Génesis Rodríguez, Eric Stonestreet, T.

I., Ben Falcone, Morris Chestnut, Justin Wheelon Crime, Comedy 3 Side Effects Open Road Films Steven Soderbergh (director); Scott Z. Burns (screenplay); Rooney Mara, Jude Law, Channing Tatum, Catherine Zeta-Jones, Vinessa Shaw, David Costabile Drama, Thriller 3 Special 2Viacom 1Motion Pictures Neeraj Pandey (director/screenplay); Akshay Kumar, Kajal Aggarwal, Anupam Kher, Jimmy Shergill, Divya Dutta, Manoj Bajpai, Kharaj Mukherjee, Rajesh Sharma, Kishor Kadam, Deepraj Rana Crime, Drama, Thriller 32 Top Gun 3D Paramount Pictures Tony Scott (director); Jim Cash, Jack Epps Jr. (screenplay); Tom Cruise, Kelly McGillis, Val Kilmer, James Tolkan, Tom Skerritt, Rick Rossovich, Michael Ironside, John Stockwell, Tim Robbins, Whip Hubley, Barry Tubb, David Patterson, Adrian Pasdar, Clarence Gilyard, Jr.

, Duke Stroud, Linda Rae Jurgens Action, Drama 3 Journey to the West. Conquering the Demons Huayi Brothers / China Film Group Stephen Chow, Derek Kwok (director); Huang Bo, Shu Qi, Wen Zhang, Show Luo, Chrissie Chau Action, Comedy 3 Beautiful Creatures Warner Bros. Richard LaGravenese (director/screenplay); Viola Davis, Alice Englert, Emma Thompson, Emmy Rossum, Jeremy Irons, Alden Ehrenreich, Thomas Mann, Kyle Gallner Fantasy, Romance 3 A Good Day to Die Hard 20th Century Fox John Moore (director); Skip Woods (screenplay); Bruce Willis, Jai Courtney, Sebastian Koch, Yuliya Snigir, Radivoje Bukvic, Cole Hauser, Amaury Nolasco, Mary Elizabeth Winstead Action, Thriller 3 Murder Fox Star Studios Vishesh Bhatt (director/screenplay); Randeep Hooda, Aditi Rao Hydari, Sara Loren Thriller 3 Safe Haven Relativity Media Lasse Hallström (director); Dana Stevens, Leslie Bohem (screenplay); Josh Duhamel, Julianne Hough, David Lyons, Cobie Smulders, Mimi Kirkland, Noah Lomax, Mike Pniewski Drama, Romance 3 Escape from Planet Earth The Weinstein Company Cal Brunker (director/screenplay); Bob Barlen (screenplay); Brendan Fraser, Rob Corddry, Jessica Alba, William Shatner, Sarah Jessica Parker, Jane Lynch, Sofía Vergara, George Lopez, Craig Robinson Comedy, Family, Sci-Fi 4 Bless Me, Ultima Arenas Entertainment Carl Franklin (director/screenplay); Míriam Colón, Benito Martinez, Dolores Heredia, Cástulo Guerra Drama 4 Dark Skies Dimension Films Scott Charles Stewart (director/screenplay); Keri Russell, Josh Hamilton, Dakota Goyo Horror, Sci-Fi 4 Kai Po Che! UTV Motion Pictures Abhishek Kapoor (director/screenplay); Chetan Bhagat (screenplay); Sushant Singh Rajput, Amit Sadh, Raj Yadav, Amrita Puri, Ajay Jadeja Drama, Musical 4 Snitch Summit Entertainment Ric Roman Waugh (director/screenplay); Justin Haythe (screenplay); Dwayne Johnson, Susan Sarandon, Benjamin Bratt, Barry Pepper Action 4 Over Relativity Media Jon Lucas, Scott Moore (director/screenplay); Miles Teller, Justin Chon, Skylar Astin, Sarah Wright, François Chau, Jonathan Keltz, Daniel Booko, Dustin Ybarra Comedy 4 I, Me Aur Main Reliance Entertainment Kapil Sharma (director/screenplay); Shrishti Behl Arya (screenplay); John Abraham, Prachi Desai, Chitrangada Singh, Zarina Wahab, Raima Sen Drama, Musical 4 Jack the Giant Slayer Warner Bros.

/ New Line Cinema Bryan Singer (director); Dan Studney, Darren Lemke, Christopher McQuarrie (screenplay); Nicholas Hoult, Eleanor Tomlinson, Stanley Tucci, Ewan McGregor, Bill Nighy, Ian McShane, Eddie Marsan, John Kassir Action, Adventure, Fantasy 4 Phantom RCR Media Group Todd Robinson (director/screenplay); Ed Harris, David Duchovny, William Fichtner, Sean Patrick Flanery Thriller 4 Stoker Fox Searchlight Pictures Park Chan-wook (director); Wentworth Miller (screenplay); Mia Wasikowska, Nicole Kidman, Matthew Goode, Dermot Mulroney, Jacki Weaver, Alden Ehrenreich, Lucas Till Thriller 4 The Last Exorcism Part II CBS Films Ed Gass-Donnelly (director/screenplay); Damien Chazelle (screenplay); Ashley Bell, Spencer Treat Clark, Muse Watson, Louis Herthum, Judd Lormand Horror, Thriller 5 Dead Man Down FilmDistrict Niels Arden Oplev (director); J.H.

Wyman (screenplay); Colin Farrell, Noomi Rapace, Dominic Cooper, Terrence Howard, Wade Barrett Action 5 Emperor Lionsgate / Roadside Attractions Peter Webber (director); Vera Blasi David Klass (screenplay); Matthew Fox, Tommy Lee Jones, Eriko Hatsune, Toshiyuki Nishida Drama 5 Oz the Great and Powerful Walt Disney Pictures Sam Raimi (director); David Lindsay-Abaire, Mitchell Kapner (screenplay); James Franco, Mila Kunis, Michelle Williams, Rachel Weisz, Joey King, Zach Braff, Bruce Campbell, Abigail Spencer, Tony Cox, Bill Cobbs Fantasy, Adventure, Family 5 Spring Breakers A2Harmony Korine (director/screenplay); James Franco, Selena Gomez, Vanessa Hudgens, Ashley Benson, Rachel Korine, Heather Morris, Gucci Mane Action, Comedy 5 The Call TriStar Pictures Brad Anderson (director); Richard DOvidio (screenplay); Abigail Breslin, Halle Berry, Morris Chestnut, Michael Eklund, Michael Imperioli, David Otunga Mystery 5 The Incredible Burt Wonderstone Warner Bros. / New Line Cinema Don Scardino (director); Chad Kultgen, John Francis Daley, Jonathan M. Goldstein (screenplay); Steve Carell, Jim Carrey, Steve Buscemi, Olivia Wilde, James Gandolfini, Alan Arkin, Gillian Jacobs, Zachary Gordon, Brad Garrett, Jay Mohr, David Copperfield Comedy 5 Welcome to the Punch IFC Films Eran Creevy (director/screenplay); James McAvoy, Mark Strong, Andrea Riseborough, Elyes Gabel, Peter Mullan, David Morrissey, Daniel Mays, Johnny Harris, Dannielle Brent, Jason Flemyng Thriller 5 Admission Focus Features Paul Weitz (director/screenplay); Karen Croner (screenplay); Tina Fey, Paul Rudd, Michael Sheen, Gloria Reuben, Wallace Shawn, Lily Tomlin Comedy 5 Inappropriate Comedy Freestyle Releasing Vince Offer (director/Screenwriter); Ari Shaffir, Ken Pringle (screenplay); Rob Schneider, Michelle Rodriguez, Adrien Brody, Lindsay Lohan Comedy 5 Love and Honor IFC Films Danny Mooney (director); Jim Burnstein, Garrett K.

Schiff (screenplay); Liam Hemsworth, Aimee Teegarden, Teresa Palmer, Austin Stowell Romance, Drama 6 Olympus Has Fallen FilmDistrict Antoine Fuqua (director); Creighton Rothenburger, Katrin Benedikt (screenplay); Gerard Butler, Aaron Eckhart, Morgan Freeman, Rick Yune, Dylan McDermott, Angela Bassett, Radha Mitchell, Ashley Judd, Melissa Leo Action 6 The Croods 20th Century Fox / DreamWorks Animation Chris Sanders, Kirk DeMicco (directors/screenplay); Nicolas Cage, Ryan Reynolds, Emma Stone, Catherine Keener, Clark Duke, Cloris Leachman Adventure, Comedy, Family 6 G.I. Joe. Retaliation Paramount Pictures / MGM / Hasbro Jon Chu (director); Rhett Reese, Paul Wernick (screenplay); Channing Tatum, Ray Park, Dwayne Johnson, Bruce Willis, Elodie Yung, D.J. Cotrona, Adrianne Palicki, Ray Stevenson, Byung-hun Lee, Jonathan Pryce, RZA, Walton Goggins, Joseph Mazzello, DeRay Davis, Robert Baker Action, Adventure, Sci-Fi 6 Himmatwala UTV Motion Pictures Sajid Khan (director/screenplay); Ajay Devgan, Tamannaah, Paresh Rawal, Adhyayan Suman, Zarina Wahab, Leena Jumani, Surveen Chawla, Amruta Khanvilkar, Sayantani Ghosh, Mona Thiba, Dheer Charan Srivastav Action, Romance 6 Temptation Lionsgate Tyler Perry (director/screenplay); Jurnee Smollett, Lance Gross, Robbie Jones, Vanessa Williams, Kim Kardashian, Brandy Norwood, Ella Joyce Drama, Romance 6 The Host Open Road Films Andrew Niccol (director/screenplay); Saoirse Ronan, Max Irons, Jake Abel, Diane Kruger, William Hurt, Frances Fisher Sci-Fi, Romance, Teen 6 The Place Beyond the Pines Focus Features Derek Cianfrance (director/screenplay); Ben Coccio, Darius Marder (screenplay); Ryan Gosling, Bradley Cooper, Rose Byrne, Eva Mendes, Ray Liotta, Bruce Greenwood, Ben Mendelsohn, Dane DeHaan Crime, Drama 6 Wrong Drafthouse Films Mr.

Oizo (director/screenplay); Jack Plotnick, Éric Judor, Alexis Dziena, Steve Little, William Fichtner, Regan Burns, Arden Myrin, Maile Flanagan, Gary Valentine Comedy 6 edit April – JuneOpening Title Studio Cast and crew Genre Ref. Evil Dead TriStar Pictures Fede Alvarez (director/screenplay); Diablo Cody, Sam Raimi, Rodo Sayagues (screenplay); Jane Levy, Shiloh Fernandez, Lou Taylor Pucci, Elizabeth Blackmore, Jessica Lucas Horror 6 Jurassic Park 3D Universal Pictures Steven Spielberg (director); Michael Crichton, David Koepp (screenplay); Sam Neill, Laura Dern, Jeff Goldblum, Richard Attenborough, Bob Peck, Martin Ferrero, Joseph Mazzello, Ariana Richards, Samuel L. Jackson, BD Wong, Wayne Knight Adventure, Sci-Fi 7 Upstream Color ERBP Shane Carruth (director/screenplay); Amy Seimetz, Thiago Martins Romance, Thriller 7 Trance Fox Searchlight Pictures Danny Boyle (director), John Hodge, Joe Ahearne (screenplay) James McAvoy, Vincent Cassell, Rosario Dawson Crime 7 Warner Bros. Brian Helgeland (director/screenplay); Harrison Ford, Chadwick Boseman, Christopher Meloni, Ryan Merriman, Brad Beyer, Toby Huss, T.

R. Knight, Alan Tudyk, Hamish Linklater Biography, Drama, Sports 7 Disconnect LD Entertainment Henry Alex-Rubin (director); Andrew Stern (screenplay); Jason Bateman, Hope Davis, Frank Grillo, Michael Nyqvist, Paula Patton, Andrea Riseborough, Alexander Skarsgård, Max Thieriot, Colin Ford, Jonah Bobo, Haley Ramm Crime 7 Scary Movie Dimension Films Malcolm D. Lee (director/screenplay); David Zucker, Pat Proft (screenplay); Ashley Tisdale, Lindsay Lohan, Charlie Sheen, Terry Crews, Kate Walsh, Molly Shannon, Heather Locklear, Erica Ash, Mike Tyson, Audrina Patridge, Kendra Wilkinson Comedy, Horror 7 Home Run Samuel Goldwyn Films / Provident Films David Boyd (director); Scott Elrod, Dorian Brown, Vivica A. Fox, Charles Henry Wyson Drama 7 Oblivion Universal Pictures Joseph Kosinski (director); William Monahan, Michael Arndt, Karl Gajdusek (screenplay); Tom Cruise, Olga Kurylenko, Andrea Riseborough, Morgan Freeman, Nikolaj Coster-Waldau, Melissa Leo Action, Sci-Fi 7 The Lords of Salem Sony Pictures Rob Zombie (director/screenwriter); Sheri Moon Zombie, Bruce Davison, Jeff Daniel Phillips, Meg Foster, Sid Haig, Lisa Marie Horror 7 Pain & Gain Paramount Pictures Michael Bay (director); Christopher Markus, Stephen McFeely, Scott Rosenberg (screenplay); Mark Wahlberg, Dwayne Johnson, Ed Harris, Ken Jeong, Anthony Mackie, Tony Shalhoub, Rebel Wilson, Rob Corddry Action, Comedy 7 The Big Wedding Lionsgate Justin Zackham (director/screenplay); Robert De Niro, Katherine Heigl, Diane Keaton, Amanda Seyfried, Topher Grace, Ben Barnes, Christine Ebersole, Susan Sarandon, Robin Williams Romantic comedy 8 Iron Man Marvel Studios Shane Black (director/screenplay); Drew Pearce (screenplay); Robert Downey, Jr.

, Ben Kingsley, Don Cheadle, Gwyneth Paltrow, Guy Pearce, James Badge Dale, Ashley Hamilton, Rebecca Hall, Jon Favreau, Paul Bettany, Stephanie Szostak, William Sadler Action, Adventure, Sci-Fi 8 Aftershock Dimension Films / RADiUS-TWC Nicolas Lopez (director/screenplay); Eli Roth, Guillermo Amoedo (screenplay); Eli Roth, Andrea Osvárt, Ariel Levy, Nicolas Martinez, Lorenza Izzo, Natasha Yarovenko, Selena Gomez Horror, Thriller 8 The Great Gatsby Warner Bros. Baz Luhrmann (director/screenplay); Leonardo DiCaprio, Tobey Maguire, Joel Edgerton, Carey Mulligan, Isla Fisher, Jason Clarke, Elizabeth Debicki, Amitabh Bachchan Drama, Romance 8 Peeples Lionsgate Tina Gordon Chism (director/screenplay); Craig Robinson, Kerry Washington, David Alan Grier, S. Epatha Merkerson, Tyler Williams, Melvin van Peebles, Diahann Carroll, Malcolm Barrett, Kali Hawk, Ana Gasteyer, Kimrie Lewis-Davis Comedy 8 Black Rock LD Entertainment Katie Aselton (director/screenplay); Mark Duplass (screenplay); Katie Aselton, Lake Bell, Kate Bosworth Horror 8 Star Trek Into Darkness Paramount Pictures / Bad Robot J.

J. Abrams (director); Roberto Orci, Alex Kurtzman, Damon Lindelof (screenplay); Chris Pine, Zachary Quinto, Zoe Saldana, Karl Urban, Anton Yelchin, John Cho, Simon Pegg, Alice Eve, Peter Weller, Benedict Cumberbatch, Bruce Greenwood, Nolan North, Nazneen Contractor, Noel Clarke Action, Adventure, Sci-Fi 8 Epic 20th Century Fox / Blue Sky Studios Chris Wedge (director); Tom J. Astle, Matt Ember, James V. Hart, William Joyce, Daniel Shere (screenplay); Beyoncé Knowles, Colin Farrell, Josh Hutcherson, Amanda Seyfried, Christoph Waltz, Aziz Ansari, Pitbull, Jason Sudeikis, Chris ODowd, Steven Tyler, Blake Anderson, Judah Friedlander Adventure, Comedy, Fantasy, Family 8 Fast and Furious Universal Pictures Justin Lin (director); Chris Morgan (screenplay); Paul Walker, Vin Diesel, Dwayne Johnson, Michelle Rodriguez, Luke Evans, Joe Taslim, Jordana Brewster, Tyrese Gibson, Gina Carano Action 8 The Hangover Part III Warner Bros.

Todd Phillips (director/screenplay); Craig Mazin (screenplay); Bradley Cooper, Zach Galifianakis, Ed Helms, Ken Jeong, Mike Epps, Mike Tyson, Heather Graham, John Goodman, Sasha Barrese, Sondra Currie, Justin Bartha, Jeffrey Tambor, Gillian Vigman, Jamie Chung Comedy 8 Now You See Me Summit Entertainment Louis Leterrier (director); Josh Appelbaum, Andre Nemec, Ed Solomon, Boaz Yakin, Edward Ricourt (screenplay); Jesse Eisenberg, Isla Fisher, Morgan Freeman, Woody Harrelson, Mark Ruffalo, Michael Caine, Common, Dave Franco, Elias Koteas, Laura Cayouette, David Warshofsky Crime 9 The East Fox Searchlight Pictures Zal Batmanglij (director/screenplay); Brit Marling (screenplay); Brit Marling, Alexander Skarsgard, Ellen Page, Julia Ormond, Patricia Clarkson Drama 9 The Purge Universal Pictures James DeMonaco (director/screenplay); Ethan Hawke, Lena Headey, Max Burkholder, Edwin Hodge, Rhys Wakefield Sci-Fi, Thriller 9 After Earth Columbia Pictures M. Night Shyamalan (director); Stephen Gaghan, Gary Whitta (screenplay); Jaden Smith, Will Smith, Isabelle Fuhrman, Zoe Kravitz Sci-Fi 9 Much Ado About Nothing Lionsgate / Roadside Attractions Joss Whedon (director/screenplay); Amy Acker, Nathan Fillion, Clark Gregg, Fran Kranz Comedy 9 The Internship 20th Century Fox Shawn Levy (director); Vince Vaughn (screenplay); Vince Vaughn, Owen Wilson, Dylan OBrien, Rose Byrne, Jessica Szohr, Max Minghella, Aasif Mandvi, John Goodman, Will Ferrell, JoAnna Garcia, Eric Andre, Josh Brener, Tiya Sircar, Tobit Raphael, Josh Gad Comedy 9 Man of Steel Warner Bros.

/ DC Comics Zack Snyder (director); David S. Goyer (screenplay); Henry Cavill, Amy Adams, Kevin Costner, Diane Lane, Russell Crowe, Ayelet Zurer, Michael Shannon, Antje Traue, Christopher Meloni, Laurence Fishburne, Richard Schiff, Harry Lennix Action, Adventure 9 The Bling Ring A2Sofia Coppola (director/screenplay); Emma Watson, Israel Broussard, Katie Chang, Claire Julien, Taissa Farmiga, Leslie Mann, Gavin Rossdale, Paris Hilton Comedy, Crime 9 This Is the End Columbia Pictures / Mandate Pictures Evan Goldberg, Seth Rogen (directors/screenplay); Seth Rogen, Jay Baruchel, James Franco, Craig Robinson, Danny McBride, Jonah Hill, Emma Watson, Jason Segel, Paul Rudd, Michael Cera, Rihanna, Kevin Hart, David Krumholtz, Mindy Kaling, Aziz Ansari Comedy, Sci-Fi 9 Monsters University Walt Disney Pictures / Pixar Animation Studios Dan Scanlon (director); Billy Crystal, John Goodman, Steve Buscemi, Joel Murray, Sean Hayes, Dave Foley, Peter Sohn, Charlie Day, Kelsey Grammer, Frank Oz, Dan Gerson, Julia Sweeney, Helen Mirren, Alfred Molina, Ken Jeong, Rob Riggle, J.

B. Smoove Comedy, Family 9 World War Z Paramount Pictures / GK Films Marc Forster (director); Matthew Michael Carnahan, Drew Goddard (screenplay); Brad Pitt, Mireille Enos, James Badge Dale, Daniella Kertesz, Matthew Fox, David Morse Action, Horror, Thriller 10 the Heat 20th Century Fox Paul Feig (director); Katie Dippold, Lee Eisenberg, Gene Stupnitsky (screenplay); Sandra Bullock, Melissa McCarthy, Kaitlin Olson, Tony Hale, Demian Bichir, Michael Rapaport, Taran Killam, Thomas F. Wilson Action, Comedy 10 White House Down Columbia Pictures Roland Emmerich (director); James Vanderbilt (screenplay); Channing Tatum, Jamie Foxx, Maggie Gyllenhaal, James Woods, Richard Jenkins, Joey King, Jason Clarke Action 10 edit July – SeptemberOpening Title Studio Cast and crew Genre Ref. Despicable Me Universal Pictures / Illumination Entertainment Chris Renaud, Pierre Coffin (directors); Cinco Paul, Ken Daurio (screenplay); Steve Carell, Kristen Wiig, Miranda Cosgrove, Russell Brand, Al Pacino, Steve Coogan, Ken Jeong, Moises Arias Comedy, Family 10 The Lone Ranger Walt Disney Pictures Gore Verbinski (director); Ted Elliott, Terry Rossio, Eric Aronson, Justin Haythe (screenplay); Armie Hammer, Johnny Depp, Ruth Wilson, William Fichtner, Helena Bonham Carter, James Badge Dale, Barry Pepper, Tom Wilkinson, James Frain Action, Adventure, Western 10 The Way, Way Back Fox Searchlight Pictures Nat Faxon, Jim Rash (directors/screenplay); Steve Carell, Toni Collette, Allison Janney, AnnaSophia Robb, Sam Rockwell, Maya Rudolph, Liam James, Amanda Peet, Rob Corddry Comedy, Drama 10 Grown Ups Columbia Pictures Dennis Dugan (director); Fred Wolf (screenplay); Adam Sandler, Kevin James, Chris Rock, David Spade, Taylor Lautner, David Henrie, Patrick Schwarzenegger, Nick Swardson, Cheri Oteri, Salma Hayek, Steve Buscemi, Milo Ventimiglia, Maria Bello, Aly Michalka, Maya Rudolph, Alexander Ludwig, Andy Samberg, Steve Austin, Will Forte, Taran Killam, Jon Lovitz, Akiva Schaffer, Jorma Taccone, Tim Meadows, Shaquille ONeal, Colin Quinn, Bobby Moynihan, Paul Brittain Comedy 10 Pacific Rim Warner Bros.

Guillermo del Toro (director); Travis Beacham (screenplay); Charlie Hunnam, Idris Elba, Charlie Day, Rinko Kikuchi, Max Martini, Willem Dafoe, Robert Kazinsky, Clifton Collins, Jr., Diego Klattenhoff, Ron Perlman, Robert Maillet, Burn Gorman Action, Sci-Fi 10 The Conjuring Warner Bros. / New Line Cinema James Wan (director); Chad Hayes, Carey Hayes (screenplay); Patrick Wilson, Vera Farmiga, Ron Livingston, Lili Taylor, Shannon Kook, Mackenzie Foy, Joey King, Shanley Caswell, Hayley McFarland, Steve Coulter, John Brotherton Thriller, Horror 10 Girl Most Likely Lionsgate / Roadside Attractions Robert Pulcini, Shari Springer Berman (directors); Michelle Morgan (screenplay); Kristen Wiig, Annette Benning, Matt Dillon, Christopher Fitzgerald, Darren Criss Comedy 10 RED Summit Entertainment / DC Comics Dean Parisot (director); Erich Hoeber, Jon Hoeber (screenplay); Bruce Willis, John Malkovich, Helen Mirren, Mary-Louise Parker, Catherine Zeta-Jones, Byung-hun Lee, Karl Urban, Neal McDonough, Anthony Hopkins, David Thewlis Action, Comedy 1 .

I.P.D. Universal Pictures Robert Schwentke (director); Matt Manfredi, Phil Hay (screenplay); Ryan Reynolds, Jeff Bridges, Kevin Bacon, Stephanie Szostak, Mary-Louise Parker, Marissa Miller, Mike OMalley, James Hong, Robert Knepper Action, Comedy 11 Turbo 20th Century Fox / DreamWorks Animation David Soren (director/screenplay); Robert Siegel, Darren Lemke (screenplay); Ryan Reynolds, Paul Giamatti, Michael Pena, Luis Guzmán, Bill Hader, Richard Jenkins, Ken Jeong, Michelle Rodriguez, Maya Rudolph, Ben Schwartz, Kurtwood Smith, Snoop Dogg, Samuel L. Jackson Comedy, Family 11 Blue Jasmine Sony Pictures Classics Woody Allen (director, screenwriter); Alec Baldwin, Cate Blanchett, Bobby Cannavale, Louis C.K., Andrew Dice Clay, Sally Hawkins, Peter Sarsgaard, Michael Stuhlbarg Comedy 11 Fruitvale The Weinstein Company Ryan Coogler (director/screenplay); Michael B. Jordan, Octavia Spencer, Melonie Diaz, Ahna OReilly, Kevin Durand, Chad Michael Murray Drama 11 The Wolverine 20th Century Fox / Marvel Entertainment James Mangold (director); Christopher McQuarrie, Mark Bomback (screenplay); Hugh Jackman, Hiroyuki Sanada, Hal Yamanouchi, Tao Okamoto, Rila Fukushima, Will Yun Lee, Svetlana Khodchenkova, Brian Tee Action, Adventure 11 3The Smurfs Columbia Pictures / Sony Pictures Animation Raja Gosnell (director); J.

David Stern, David N. Weiss, Karey Kirkpatrick, Jay Sherick, David Ronn (screenplay); Neil Patrick Harris, Jayma Mays, Sofía Vergara, Hank Azaria, Tim Gunn, Brendan Gleeson, Katy Perry, Jonathan Winters, Alan Cumming, Fred Armisen, George Lopez, Anton Yelchin, John Oliver, Christina Ricci, J.B. Smoove, Frank Welker Adventure, Family, Comedy 11 Rise of an Empire Warner Bros. Noam Murro (director); Zack Snyder, Kurt Johnstad (screenplay); Rodrigo Santoro, Eva Green, Sullivan Stapleton, Jack OConnell, Andrew Tiernan, Callan Mulvey, Ygal Naor, Ashraf Barhom, Andrew Pleavin Action, Fantasy 11 Guns Universal Pictures Baltasar Kormákur (director); Blake Masters (screenplay); Mark Wahlberg, Denzel Washington, Paula Patton, Bill Paxton, Edward James Olmos, James Marsden, Allie DeBerry Action, Crime 118 The Spectacular Now A2James Ponsoldt (director); Scott Neustadter, Michael Weber (screenplay); Miles Teller, Shailene Woodley, Kaitlyn Dever, Brie Larson, Dayo Okeniyi, Kyle Chandler, Bob Odenkirk, Andre Royo, Mary Elizabeth Winstead Drama 12 Elysium Columbia Pictures Neill Blomkamp (director/screenplay); Matt Damon, Jodie Foster, Sharlto Copley, Wagner Moura, Alice Braga, Diego Luna, William Fichtner Futuristic, Sci-Fi 12 Metallica.

Through the Never Picturehouse Nimród Antal (director/screenplay); Dane DeHaan, Lars Ulrich, Kirk Hammett, James Hetfield, Robert Trujillo Documentary, Music 12 Planes Walt Disney Pictures Klay Hall (director); Dane Cook, Stacy Keach, Brad Garrett, Priyanka Chopra, Carlos Alazraqui, Roger Craig Smith, Teri Hatcher, David Croft, Julia Louis-Dreyfus, John Cleese, Colin Cowherd, Cedric the Entertainer, Gabriel Iglesias, Val Kilmer, Anthony Edwards, Oliver Kalkofe, Grey DeLisle, Rob Paulsen, Brent Musburger Family, Comedy 12 Were the Millers Warner Bros. / New Line Cinema Rawson Thurber (director); Sean Anders, Steve Faber, Bob Fisher, Dan Fybel, John Morris, Rick Rinaldi (screenplay); Jennifer Aniston, Emma Roberts, Ed Helms, Jason Sudeikis, Thomas Lennon, Nick Offerman, Kathryn Hahn, Will Poulter Comedy 12 Kick-Ass Universal Pictures Jeff Wadlow (director/screenplay); Matthew Vaughn (screenplay); Aaron Johnson, Chloë Grace Moretz, Christopher Mintz-Plasse, John Leguizamo, Donald Faison, Robert Emms, Morris Chestnut, Nicolas Cage, Lyndsy Fonseca, Lindy Booth, Jim Carrey, Clark Duke Action, Comedy 125 percy Jackson. Sea of Monsters 20th Century Fox Thor Freudenthal (director); Scott Alexander, Larry Karaszewski (screenplay); Logan Lerman, Alexandra Daddario, Douglas Smith, Mary Birdsong, Yvette Nicole Brown, Missi Pyle, Nathan Fillion, Anthony Head, Paloma Kwaitkowski, Leven Rambin, Stanley Tucci, Robert Maillet Adventure, Fantasy, Family 12 The To Do List CBS Films Maggie Carey (director/screenplay); Aubrey Plaza, Rachel Bilson, Bill Hader, Andy Samberg, Scott Porter, Connie Britton, Clark Gregg, Christopher Mintz-Plasse, Donald Glover, Johnny Simmons, Sarah Steele, Alia Shawkat, Nolan Gould Comedy 12 The Mortal Instruments.

City of Bones Screen Gems Harald Zwart (director); Jessica Postigo, I. Marlene King (screenplay); Lily Collins, Jamie Campbell Bower, Robert Sheehan, Jemima West, Kevin Durand, Robert Maillet, Lena Headey, Jared Harris, Godfrey Gao, Jonathan Rhys Meyers, Aidan Turner Action, Fantasy, Teen 12 Youre Next Lionsgate Adam Wingard (director); Simon Barrett (screenplay); Sharni Vinson, Joe Swanberg, AJ Bowen, Nicholas Tucci, Barbara Crampton Horror 13 Closed Circuit Focus Features John Crowley (director); Steven Knight (screenplay); Eric Bana, Rebecca Hall, Riz Ahmed, Jim Broadbent, Kenneth Cranham, Anne-Marie Duff, Ciaran Hinds, Julia Stiles Crime 13 Getaway Warner Bros. Courtney Solomon, Yaron Levy (directors); Sean Finegan, Gregg Maxwell Parker (screenplay); Ethan Hawke, Selena Gomez, Jon Voight Action 13 This Is Us TriStar Pictures Morgan Spurlock (director); Harry Styles, Niall Horan, Louis Tomlinson, Zayn Malik, Liam Payne Documentary, Musical 13 Random The Weinstein Company Olly Blackburn (director); Anthony Jaswinski (screenplay); Haley Bennett, Ashley Greene, Lucas Till Horror 13 About Time Universal Pictures Richard Curtis (director/screenplay); Rachel McAdams, Domhnall Gleeson, Bill Nighy, Tom Hollander, Margot Robbie, Lydia Wilson, Vanessa Kirby Comedy, Sci-Fi 13 Riddick Universal Pictures David Twohy (director/screenplay); Vin Diesel, Karl Urban, Katee Sackhoff, Dave Bautista Action, Sci-Fi 13 Battle of the Year Screen Gems Benson Lee (director); Brin Hill, Chris Parker (screenplay); Josh Holloway, Laz Alonso, Josh Peck, Caity Lotz, Chris Brown, Terrence Jenkins, Luis Rosado, Weronika Rosati, Jesse Erwin, Ivan Velez, Steve Terada Musical 13 I, Frankenstein Lionsgate Stuart Beattie (director/screenplay); Kevin Grevioux (screenplay); Aaron Eckhart, Socratis Otto, Yvonne Strahovski, Miranda Otto, Aden Young, Bill Nighy, Jai Courtney Horror, Suspense Thriller 13 Machete Kills Open Road Films Robert Rodriguez (director); Kyle Ward (screenplay); Amber Heard, Mel Gibson, Sofia Vergara, Jessica Alba, Danny Trejo, Charlie Sheen, Alexa Vega, Michelle Rodriguez, Vanessa Hudgens, Antonio Banderas, Cuba Gooding Jr.

, William Sadler, Lady Gaga, Demian Bichir, Marko Zaror Action 13 Insidious Chapter FilmDistrict James Wan (director); Leigh Whannell (screenplay); Patrick Wilson, Rose Byrne, Lin Shaye, Ty Simpkins Horror 14 Prisoners Warner Bros. Denis Villeneuve (director); Aaron Guzikowski (screenplay); Jake Gyllenhaal, Hugh Jackman, Paul Dano, Melissa Leo, Viola Davis, Maria Bello, Terrence Howard Crime 14 Rush Universal Pictures Ron Howard (director); Peter Morgan (screenplay); Chris Hemsworth, Daniel Bruhl, Olivia Wilde, Alexandra Maria Lara Action, Thriller 14 Baggage Claim Fox Searchlight Pictures David E. Talbert (director/screenplay); Paula Patton, Trey Songz, Adam Brody, Djimon Honsou, Christina Milian, Taye Diggs Comedy 14 Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs Columbia Pictures / Sony Pictures Animation Cody Cameron, Kris Pearn (directors); John Francis Daley, Jonathan M. Goldstein, Erica Rivinoja (screenplay); Anna Faris, Bill Hader, Andy Samberg, Kristen Schaal, James Caan, Neil Patrick Harris, Benjamin Bratt, Terry Crews, Will Forte Family, Comedy 14 Runner, Runner 20th Century Fox Brad Furman (director); Brian Koppelman, David Levien (screenplay); Ben Affleck, Justin Timberlake, Gemma Arterton, Anthony Mackie Crime 14 The Tomb Summit Entertainment Mikael Hafstrom (director); Miles Chapman, Jason Keller (screenplay); Sylvester Stallone, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Jim Caviezel, Vincent DOnofrio, 5Cent, Vinnie Jones, Sam Neill, Amy Ryan, Faran Tahir Action 14 edit October – DecemberOpening Title Studio Cast and crew Genre Ref.

Delivery Man Touchstone Pictures / DreamWorks Pictures Ken Scott (director/screenplay); Cobie Smulders, Chris Pratt, Vince Vaughn, Britt Robertson Comedy 14 Gravity Warner Bros. Alfonso Cuaron (director/screenplay); Jonas Cuaron, Rodrigo Garcia (screenplay); Sandra Bullock, George Clooney Sci-Fi 14 Paranoia Relativity Media Robert Luketic (director); Barry Levy, Jason Dean Hall (screenplay); Liam Hemsworth, Harrison Ford, Gary Oldman, Lucas Till, Amber Heard, Julian McMahon, Richard Dreyfuss Crime 14 Sin City. A Dame to Kill For Dimension Films Frank Miller, Robert Rodriguez (director/screenplay); William Monahan (screenplay); Mickey Rourke, Jessica Alba, Michael Madsen, Rosario Dawson, Clive Owen, Jaime King, Jamie Chung, Alexa Vega, Dennis Haysbert, Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Josh Brolin, Ray Liotta, Juno Temple, Jeremy Piven, Bruce Willis, Eva Green, Stacy Keach Action, Crime 15 Captain Phillips Columbia Pictures Paul Greengrass (director); Billy Ray (screenplay); Tom Hanks, Catherine Keener, Max Martini, Yul Vazquez, Michael Chernus, Chris Mulkey, Corey Johnson, David Warshofsky, John Magaro, Angus MacInnes Biography 15 The Devils Rapture LD Entertainment Christian E.

Christiansen (director); Karl Mueller (screenplay); Jennifer Carpenter, Alycia Debnam-Carey, Rufus Sewell, Thomas McDonell, Adelaide Kane, Leah Pipes, Colm Meaney, Stacey Edwards, Ric Reitz Horror 15 Haunt 20th Century Fox Mac Carter (director); Andrew Barrer (screenplay); Jacki Weaver, Liana Liberato, Danielle Chuchran, Harrison Gilbertson, Kasia Kowalska, Aline Andrade, Brenden Whitney, Maggie Scott, Sebastian Michael Barr, Jarrod Phillips Horror 15 Oldboy FilmDistrict Spike Lee (director); Mark Protosevich (screenplay); Samuel L. Jackson, Elizabeth Olsen, Josh Brolin, Sharlto Copley Crime 15 The Butler The Weinstein Company Lee Daniels (director/screenplay); Danny Strong (screenplay); Forest Whitaker, Oprah Winfrey, David Oyelowo, Liam Neeson, John Cusack, Alan Rickman, Jane Fonda, Robin Williams, James Marsden, Aml Ameen, Liev Schreiber Biography 15 Carrie Screen Gems / MGM Kimberly Peirce (director); Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa (screenplay); Chloë Grace Moretz, Julianne Moore, Gabriella Wilde, Portia Doubleday, Judy Greer, Ansel Elgort, Alex Russell, Cynthia Preston, Michelle Nolden Horror, Thriller 15 Malavita Relativity Media Luc Besson (director/screenplay); Michael Caleo (screenplay); Robert De Niro, Michelle Pfeiffer, Dianna Agron, Tommy Lee Jones, Vincent Pastore Crime 15 Seventh Son Warner Bros.

Sergei Bodrov (director); Matt Greenberg, Chuck Leavitt, Steve Knight, Max Borenstein (screenplay); Jeff Bridges, Ben Barnes, Julianne Moore, Alicia Vikander, Kit Harington, Antje Traue, Olivia Williams, Djimon Honsou Action, Adventure, Fantasy 15 Paranormal Activity Paramount Pictures Oren Peli (director); Katie Featherston Horror 15 The Worlds End Focus Features Edgar Wright (director/screenplay); Simon Pegg (screenplay); Simon Pegg, Rosamund Pike, Martin Freeman, Nick Frost Comedy 16 Enders Game Summit Entertainment Gavin Hood (director/screenplay); Asa Butterfield, Ben Kingsley, Harrison Ford, Hailee Steinfeld, Abigail Breslin, Viola Davis, Nonso Anozie, Moises Arias, Aramis Knight, Jimmy “Jax” Pinchak, Brendan Meyer, Stevie Ray Dillmore, Andrea Powell, Conor Carroll, Suraj Parthasarathy, Khylin Rhambo Action, Adventure, Sci-Fi 16 Free Birds Relativity Media Jimmy Hayward (director); Craig Mazin, David I. Stern, John J.

Strauss (screenplay); Woody Harrelson, Owen Wilson, Dan Fogler, Amy Poehler, Lesley Nicol, George Takei, Colm Meaney, Keith David Comedy, Family 16 Last Vegas CBS Films Jon Turteltaub (director); Dan Fogelman, Adam Brooks (screenplay); Robert De Niro, Morgan Freeman, Michael Douglas, Mary Steenburgen, Kevin Kline Comedy 16 August. Osage County The Weinstein Company John Wells (director); Tracy Letts (screenplay); Julia Roberts, Meryl Streep, Benedict Cumberbatch, Margo Martindale, Chris Cooper, Sam Shepard, Misty Upham Comedy, Drama 16 Thor. The Dark World Walt Disney Pictures / Marvel Studios Alan Taylor (director); Robert Rodat, Don Payne, Christopher Yost, Stephen McFeely, Christopher Markus (screenplay); Chris Hemsworth, Natalie Portman, Tom Hiddleston, Jaimie Alexander, Idris Elba, Zachary Levi, Stellan Skarsgård, Anthony Hopkins, Ray Stevenson, Tadanobu Asano, Christopher Eccleston, Kat Dennings, Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje, Rene Russo Action, Adventure, Sci-Fi, Fantasy 16 The Best Man Holiday Universal Pictures Malcolm D. Lee (director/screenplay); Taye Diggs, Nia Long, Morris Chestnut, Harold Perrineau, Terrence Howard, Regina Hall Comedy 16 The Counselor 20th Century Fox Ridley Scott (director); Cormac McCarthy (screenplay); Brad Pitt, Michael Fassbender, Javier Bardem, Cameron Diaz, Penelope Cruz, Natalie Dormer, John Leguizamo, Dean Norris Crime 16 The Fifth Estate Touchstone Pictures / DreamWorks Pictures Bill Condon (director); Josh Singer (screenplay); Benedict Cumberbatch, Daniel Bruhl, Laura Linney, Anthony Mackie, David Thewlis, Peter Capaldi Drama 16 The Wolf of Wall Street Paramount Pictures Martin Scorsese (director); Terence Winter (screenplay); Leonardo DiCaprio, Jonah Hill, Matthew McConaughey, Kyle Chandler, Jean Dujardin, Margot Robbie, Jon Bernthal, Rob Reiner, P.

J. Byrne Crime, Drama 16 The Hunger Games. Catching Fire Lionsgate Francis Lawrence (director); Simon Beaufoy, Michael Arndt (screenplay); Jennifer Lawrence, Josh Hutcherson, Liam Hemsworth, Woody Harrelson, Elizabeth Banks, Lenny Kravitz, Stanley Tucci, Donald Sutherland, Toby Jones, Philip Seymour Hoffman, Jena Malone, Amanda Plummer, Willow Shields, Lynn Cohen, Patrick St. Esprit, Meta Golding, Sam Claflin, Jeffrey Wright Action, Adventure, Sci-Fi, Teen 17 Frozen Walt Disney Pictures Jennifer Lee (director/screenplay); Chris Buck (director); Shane Morris (screenplay); Kristen Bell, Idina Menzel, Josh Gad, Jonathan Groff Family, Musical, Adventure, Comedy 17 Mandela. Long Walk to Freedom The Weinstein Company Justin Chadwick (director); William Nicholson (screenplay); Idris Elba, Naomie Harris, Tony Kgoroge, Riaad Moosa, Zolani Mkiva, Jamie Bartlett, Lindiwe Matshikiza, Deon Lotz, Terry Pheto Drama 17 A Madea Christmas Lionsgate Tyler Perry (director/screenplay); Tyler Perry Comedy 17 The Hobbit.

The Desolation of Smaug Warner Bros. / New Line Cinema / MGM Peter Jackson (director/screenplay); Fran Walsh, Philippa Boyens, Guillermo del Toro (screenplay); Martin Freeman, Ian McKellen, Richard Armitage, Graham McTavish, Ken Stott, Aidan Turner, Dean OGorman, Mark Hadlow, Jed Brophy, Adam Brown, John Callen, Peter Hambleton, William Kircher, James Nesbitt, Stephen Hunter, Benedict Cumberbatch, Andy Serkis, Hugo Weaving, Barry Humphries, Mikael Persbrandt, Lee Pace, Stephen Fry, Luke Evans, Cate Blanchett, Christopher Lee, Sylvester McCoy, Elijah Wood, Ian Holm, Orlando Bloom, Evangeline Lilly, Ryan Gage, Mike Mizrahi, Jeffrey Thomas, Conan Stevens, Bret McKenzie, Billy Connolly Adventure, Fantasy 17 Monuments Men Columbia Pictures / 20th Century Fox George Clooney (director/screenplay); Grant Heslov (screenplay); Daniel Craig, Cate Blanchett, George Clooney, Bill Murray, John Goodman, Jean Dujardin, Bob Balaban War 17 Anchorman.

The Legend Continues Paramount Pictures Adam McKay (director/screenplay); Will Ferrell (screenplay); Will Ferrell, Christina Applegate, Paul Rudd, David Koechner, Steve Carell, Kristen Wiig, James Marsden, Dylan Baker, Meagan Good, Harrison Ford, Greg Kinnear, Josh Lawson Comedy 17 Saving Mr. Banks Walt Disney Pictures John Lee Hancock (director); Kelly Marcel, Sue Smith (screenplay); Tom Hanks, Emma Thompson, Colin Farrell, Paul Giamatti, Jason Schwartzman, Ruth Wilson, B.J. Novak Drama 17 Walking with Dinosaurs 3D 20th Century Fox Neil Nightengale, Pierre de Lespinois, Barry Cook (directors); John Collee, Theodore Thomas (screenplay); Charlie Rowe Family 17 Ronin Universal Pictures Carl Rinsch (director); Chris Morgan, Hossein Amini (screenplay); Keanu Reeves, Hiroyuki Sanada, Kou Shibasaki, Tadanobu Asano, Rinko Kikuchi Action, Adventure, Fantasy 17 Jack Ryan Paramount Pictures Kenneth Branagh (director); David Koepp, Adam Cozad, Anthony Peckham, Steve Zaillian (screenplay); Chris Pine, Kevin Costner, Keira Knightley, Kenneth Branagh Action, Adventure 18 American Bullshit Columbia Pictures David O.

Russell (director/screenplay); Eric Warren Singer (screenplay); Christian Bale, Bradley Cooper, Amy Adams, Jennifer Lawrence, Jeremy Renner, Louis C.K. Crime 18 The Secret Life of Walter Mitty 20th Century Fox Ben Stiller (director); Steve Conrad (screenplay); Ben Stiller, Kristen Wiig, Shirley MacLaine, Patton Oswalt, Adam Scott, Kathryn Hahn Comedy, Fantasy 18 Grace of Monaco The Weinstein Company Olivier Dahan (director); Arash Amel (screenplay); Nicole Kidman, Paz Vega, Tim Roth, Frank Langella, Parker Posey, Milo Ventimiglia, Derek Jacobi Biography 18 Twelve Years a Slave Fox Searchlight Pictures Steve McQueen (director/screenplay); John Ridley (screenplay); Michael Fassbender, Chiwetel Ejiofor, Paul Dano, Benedict Cumberbatch, Paul Giamatti, Garret Dillahunt, Sarah Paulson, Scoot McNairy, Ruth Negga, Alfre Woodard, Michael Kenneth Williams, Brad Pitt Drama 18 edit Notable deathsMonth Date Name Age Nationality Profession Notable films January Patti Page 8American Actress, Singer Boys Night Out.

Elmer Gantry Barbara Werle 8American Actress, Singer Battle of the Bulge.The Rare Breed.Krakatoa, East of Java.Harum Scarum.Charro!.Tickle Me.Seconds.Gone with the West.Gunfight in Abilene Council Cargle 7American Actor Detroit 9000.Jackie Brown Ned Wertimer 8American Actor Pirates of the Caribbean. At Worlds End.The Strongest Man in the World.At Long Last Love.Mame.Bad Company.Santa Claus Conquers the Martians.The Pack.Lets Rock.Some Kind of a Nut.C.C. and Company.The Impossible Years Tony Lip 8American Actor The Godfather.Goodfellas.Raging Bull.The Pope of Greenwich Village.Year of the Dragon.Lock Up.Innocent Blood.Whos the Man.Donnie Brasco.Last Rites.29th Street.Heart Martha Greenhouse 9American Actress The Stepford Wives.Bananas.Up the Down Staircase.The Group.Daniel Claude Préfontaine 7Canadian Actor Black Robe.

Some Girls David R. Ellis 6American Director, Stuntman, Actor Snakes on a Plane.Final Destination films.Shark Night.Cellular.Homeward Bound II. Lost in San Francisco.Scarface.Star Trek V. The Final Frontier.Lethal Weapon.Rocky III.Airplane II. The Sequel.Fast Times at Ridgemont High.Harriet the Spy.Road House.Hotel for Dogs.Smokey and the Bandit.Bound for Glory.Warlock. The Armageddon.Rudyard Kiplings The Jungle Book.Ghost Dad.Days of Thunder.The Strongest Man in the World.Catchfire.Blind Fury.The Mighty Quinn Matthew Dickens 5French-American Actor, Choreographer Dreamgirls.Rent.The Aviator Rex Trailer 8American Actor, Singer Jaws.Mermaids.The Way West Mariangela Melato 7Italian Actress Flash Gordon.So Fine.Dancers Billy Varga 9American Actor Raging Bull.Miss Sadie Thompson.Oklahoma Crude.Abbott and Costello Meet the Keystone Kops.Convicts 4.

Stewardess School Bille Brown 6Australian Actor The Chronicles of Narnia. The Voyage of the Dawn Treader.Killer Elite.The Man Who Sued God.Singularity.Fierce Creatures.The Dish.Dirty Deeds.Black and White.Oscar and Lucinda.Passion Conrad Bain 8Canadian-American Actor Bananas.C.H.O.M.P.S..Coogans Bluff.The Anderson Tapes.Postcards from the Edge.A New Leaf.Lovers and Other Strangers.I Never Sang for My Father.Star!.Madigan.Last Summer.A Lovely Way to Die.Who Killed Mary Whats Er Name.Up the Sandbox.A Fans Notes Perrette Pradier 7French Actress Behold a Pale Horse.House of Cards.That Man in Istanbul Jeff Cahill 4American Actor The Blues Brothers.The Shadow Michael Winner 7English Director, Producer Death Wish films.The Mechanic.Chatos Land.The Sentinel.The Big Sleep.The Cool Mikado.The System.The Stone Killer.

Scorpio.The Games.Ill Never Forget Whatsisname.Lawman.The Nightcomers.Won Ton Ton, the Dog Who Saved Hollywood.Appointment with Death.Firepower.A Chorus of Disapproval.The Wicked Lady Leslie Frankenheimer 6American Set Designer Blade Runner.The Blues Brothers.The Invasion.One from the Heart.Rapid Fire.Even Money Susan Douglas Rubes 8Austrian-Canadian Actress Five.Targets.The Private Affairs of Bel Ami.Lost Boundaries.Forbidden Journey Janice Knickrehm 8American Actress Halloween. The Curse of Michael Myers.SLC Punk!.Little Secrets Normand Corbeil 5Canadian Composer Double Jeopardy.White Noise. The Light.The Statement.The Contract.The Art of War.The Assignment.Screamers.Extreme Ops Patricia Lovell 8Australian Producer Picnic at Hanging Rock.Gallipoli.Summerfield.Monkey Grip.Break of Day Lloyd Phillips 6South African-New Zealand Producer The Legend of Zorro.Vertical Limit.The International.Racing Stripes.Beyond Borders.1Monkeys.Warlords of the 21st Century.

Nate and Hayes.Ruby Cairo Sally Starr 9American Actress The Outlaws Is Coming.The In Crowd.Mannequin Two. On the Move Bernard Horsfall 8English Actor Braveheart.Gandhi.Stone of Destiny.Gold.Shout at the Devil.On Her Majestys Secret Service.Guns at Batasi.Brass Target.The One That Got Away.High Flight.The Angry Silence.Man in the Moon.The Steel Bayonet Garrett Lewis 7American Set Decorator Hook.Pretty Woman.Steel Magnolias.Mrs. Doubtfire.Wedding Crashers.Face/Off.Fun with Dick and Jane.Georgia Rule.Panic Room.I Am Sam.Bubble Boy.Bedazzled.Bram Stokers Dracula.Glory.Beaches.Hidalgo.Enemy of the State.Against All Odds.Sweet Dreams.Dear God.The Monster Squad Gilbert Clayton 9American Set Designer, Actor Armageddon.Batman & Robin.Throw Momma from the Train.

The Untouchables.Sphere.Dying Young.Grandview, U.S.A..Breakheart Pass.American Gigolo.Outrageous Fortune.Lucas February Robin Sachs 6English Actor The Lost World. Jurassic Park.Oceans Eleven.Galaxy Quest.Northfork.Vampire Circus.The Six Wives of Henry VIII.The Disappearance John Kerr 8American Actor Class of 44.King of Kings.Seven Women from Hell.The Pit and the Pendulum.Tea and Sympathy.Gaby.South Pacific.The Cobweb.The Vintage.Girl of the Night Peter Gilmore 8German-English Actor Carry On.Warlords of Atlantis.Oh! What a Lovely War.The Abominable Dr. Phibes.The Great St Trinians Train Robbery.My Lover My Son.The Jokers.Freelance.Ive Gotta Horse Stuart Freeborn 9English Make-Up Artist Star Wars.Superman.2001. A Space Odyssey.The Omen.Oh! What a Lovely War.The Adventure of Sherlock Holmes Smarter Brother.Alices Adventures in Wonderland.

Oliver Twist.The Story of Robin Hood and His Merrie Men.Santa Claus. The Movie.Tarzan Goes to India.Oscar Wilde.Murder on the Orient Express.The Optimists of Nine Elms.Young Winston Gerry Hambling 8English Film Editor Pink Floyd—The Wall.Fame.Evita.In the Name of the Father.The Whole Truth.The Life of David Gale.Angelas Ashes.Absolute Beginners.Midnight Express.Mississippi Burning.The Commitments.The Boxer.The Road to Wellville.Shoot the Moon.White Squall.Angel Heart.Leonard Part 6.Birdy.Bugsy Malone Paul Tanner 9American Actor The Glenn Miller Story.Orchestra Wives.Sun Valley Serenade Chris Brinker 4American Producer, Director The Boondock Saints.The Boondock Saints II. All Saints Day.Whiskey Bay Alan Sharp 7Scottish-American Screenwriter The Hired Hand.Ulzanas Raid.Billy Two Hats.Night Moves.The Osterman Weekend.Rob Roy.Damnation Alley.The Last Run Rick Huxley 7English Actor Catch Us If You Can.

Pit of Darkness Gerry Day 9American Screenwriter The Black Hole.The Watcher in the Woods Richard J. Collins 9American Screenwriter The Adventures of Hajji Baba.Song of Russia.Thousands Cheer.The Badlanders.My Gun Is Quick.Journey into Fear.Little Giant.Riot in Cell Block 11.Rulers of the Sea.Pay or Die.Edge of Eternity.Spanish Affair.China Venture Harald Siepermann 5German Animator Enchanted.Tarzan.Mulan.Treasure Planet.Brother Bear.Space Chimps.Who Framed Roger Rabbit.Balto Richard Briers 7English Actor Peter Pan.Spice World.Frankenstein.Hamlet.The Three Musketeers.Henry V.Murder, She Said.Doctor in Distress.Watership Down.Much Ado About Nothing.The Four Musketeers.Fathom.The Bargee.As You Like It.Peters Friends.Loves Labours Lost.

Cockneys vs Zombies.A Chorus of Disapproval Elspet Gray 8Scottish Actress Four Weddings and a Funeral.Goodbye, Mr. Chips.The Girl in a Swing.The Night We Got the Bird.The Blind Goddess.Love in Waiting.Reluctant Heroes Matt Mattox 9American Actor, Dancer Guys and Dolls.Theres No Business Like Show Business.Seven Brides for Seven Brothers.Good News.Song of Norway.The Band Wagon.Till the Clouds Roll By.Easy to Wed.Ziegfeld Follies.Yolanda and the Thief.Gentlemen Prefer Blondes.Pepe.The Merry Widow.Dreamboat.Walking My Baby Back Home.The Girl Rush John Brascia 8American Actor, Dancer White Christmas.Meet Me in Las Vegas.The Wrecking Crew.Executive Action.The Ambushers.Walking Tall Lou Myers 7American Actor The Wedding Planner.How Stella Got Her Groove Back.The Fighting Temptations.

Its Kind of a Funny Story.Cobb.Volcano.Tin Cup.Bulworth.Goodbye Lover Bob Godfrey 9Australian-English Animator, Actor Great.The Road to Hong Kong.The Big Parade.Inn for Trouble.Casino Royale.Help!.A Hard Days Night.The Bliss of Mrs. Blossom Del Tenney 8American Actor, Director, Producer, Screenwriter The Horror of Party Beach.The Curse of the Living Corpse.I Eat Your Skin.The Wild One.Satan in High Heels.Stalag 1 George Ives 8American Actor Intolerable Cruelty.The Man Who Wasnt There.The Secret War of Harry Frigg.Niagara.Hot Rods to Hell.Get to Know Your Rabbit.The Ballad of Josie Dale Robertson 8American Actor The Man from Button Willow.Sitting Bull.Son of Sinbad.Lure of the Wilderness.The Secret of Convict Lake.The Boy with Green Hair.Take Care of My Little Girl.Call Me Mister.Two Flags West.Flamingo Road.Law of the Lawless.Blood on the Arrow.High Terrace.Return of the Texan.Golden Girl.Lydia Bailey Bonnie Franklin 6American Actress A Summer Place.

The Wrong Man.The Kettles in the Ozarks Pat Keen 7English Actress Fierce Creatures.Clockwise.Shadowlands.The Rachel Papers.Without a Clue.A Kind of Loving.We Think the World of You.The Sailors Return Ric Menello 6American Screenwriter Tougher Than Leather.Two Lovers Michael D. Moore 9Canadian-American Actor, Director The Dramatic Life of Abraham Lincoln.The King of Kings.The Man from Red Gulch.The Impossible Mrs. Bellew.Manslaughter.Something to Think About.Cytherea Paradise, Hawaiian Style.Buckskin.Kill a Dragon.The Fastest Guitar Alive.An Eye for an Eye.The Unpainted Woman Fran Warren 8American Actress, Singer Abbott and Costello Meet Captain Kidd.Mr. Imperium Robert Relyea 8American Producer Last Action Hero.The Day of the Dolphin.Blame It on Rio Arthur Storch 8American Actor The Exorcist.

The Strange One.Girl of the Night.The Mugger Kenny Ball 8English Actor Live It Up!.Its Trad, Dad! Sybil Christopher 8Welsh-American Actress The Last Days of Dolwyn.Kitty Damiano Damiani 9Italian Director Amityville II. The Possession.The Devil Is a Woman Willy Switkes 8American Actor Tootsie.Playing for Keeps.Ghostbusters II.Taxi Driver.Bananas.The French Connection.An Unmarried Woman.The Arrangement Malachi Throne 8American Actor Catch Me If You Can.Beau Geste.The Greatest.Stunts Edward Bland 8American Composer, Director Cry of Jazz.A Soldiers Story.Ganja & Hess Subas Herrero 6Filipino Actor Delta Force 2. The Colombian Connection.Black Mama White Mama.Bamboo Gods and Iron Men.The Big Bird Cage.Enter the Ninja.Too Hot to Handle.Supercock.Savage Sisters Terry Lightfoot 7English Actor, Arranger Plenty.Its Trad, Dad! Leverne McDonnell 4Australian Actress The Interview.Four of a Kind.

Oscar and Lucinda.Gross Misconduct Frank Thornton 9English Actor Are You Being Served.The Three Musketeers.The Private Life of Sherlock lmes.Gosford Park.Gonks Go Beat.Carry On Screaming!.The Magic Christian.A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum.The Bed-Sitting Room.Victim.The Assassination Bureau.The Dock Brief.The Bliss of Mrs. Blossom.Battle of the V-1.The Rise and Rise of Michael Rimmer.Bless This House.Up the Chastity Belt.The Big Job.No Sex Please, Were British Rosine Delamare 10French Costume Designer The Madwoman of Chaillot.The Night of the Generals.The Day of the Jackal.Hello-Goodbye.The 25th Hour.The Roots of Heaven.A Little Romance.A Time for Loving Risë Stevens 9American Actress, Singer Going My Way.Journey Back to Oz.The Chocolate Soldier.

Carnegie Hall Jack Stokes 9English Animator Yellow Submarine.The Princess and the Goblin.Heavy Metal.The Water Babies.Tarzoon. Shame of the Jungle David Early 7American Actor Dawn of the Dead.The Silence of the Lambs.Zack and Miri Make a Porno.One for the Money.Creepshow.Houseguest.Double Dragon.Innocent Blood.The Dark Half.Passed Away.Monkey Shines.The Prince of Pennsylvania Norman Palmer 9American Film Editor White Wilderness.Midnight Madness.The Shaggy D.A..The Gnome-Mobile.The Incredible Journey.The Legend of Lobo.Ten Who Dared.Rascal.The African Lion.The Living Desert Peter Duryea 7American Actor Lt. Robin Crusoe, U.S.N..Catalina Caper.The Carpetbaggers.Taggart Don Payne 4American Screenwriter Thor.Fantastic Four. Rise of the Silver Surfer.My Super Ex-Girlfriend.Thor. The Dark World Fay Kanin 9American Screenwriter, Actress Goodbye, My Fancy.My Pal Gus.Rhapsody.The Opposite Sex.Teachers Pet.The Right Approach.The Outrage.Sunday Punch.Blondie for Victory.

Swordsman of Siena.Rich and Famous.A Double Life Richard Griffiths 6English Actor Harry Potter.Pirates of the Caribbean. On Stranger Tides.Superman II.Gandhi.Hugo.Sleepy Hollow.Bedtime Stories.The Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy.The Naked Gun 2½. The Smell of Fear.Greystoke. The Legend of Tarzan, Lord of the Apes.The History Boys.Withnail and I.Chariots of Fire.Jackboots on Whitehall.Venus.Stage Beauty.The French Lieutenants Woman.Ragtime.King Ralph.Blame It on the Bellboy.Shanghai Surprise.Gorky Park.A Private Function.Britannia Hospital.Vatel.Funny Bones.Guarding Tess.Breaking Glass.It Shouldnt Happen to a Vet Title Russian title Director Cast Genre Notes Stalingrad Fedor Bondarchuk Petr Fedorov, Dmitry Lysenkov, Alexey Barabash, Andrey Smolyakov war drama considered as Russia’s first big-budget 3D movie Alexey Uchitel – Action Territory Alexandre Melnik – History, Adventure Dark World.

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Africa, AlgeriaAlgiers, Zoo, Oran, Zoo, BeninJardin, Botanique, et, Zoologique, de, lUniversité, dAbomey, Calavi, Burkina, FasoOuagadougou, Zoo, CameroonMvog, Betsi, Zoo, Yaoundé, Congo,, Democratic, Republic, of, theJardin, Zoologique, et, Botanique, dEala, Parc, Zoologique, de, Lubumbashi, Zoo, National, de, Kinshasa, Côte, dIvoireAbidjan, Zoo, EgyptAlexandria, Zoo, Giza, Zoo, Qariyet, El, Assad, (Lions, Village), EthiopiaAddis, Ababa, Lion, Zoo, GhanaKumasi, Zoo, KenyaMwaluganje, Elephant, Sanctuary, Kwale, District,, Coast, Province, LibyaTripoli, Zoo, Tripoli, Benghazi, Zoo, (“Il, bosco”, ), Benghazi, MadagascarTsimbazaza, Zoo, Antananarivo, Croc, Farm, Antananarivo, Lemurs, Park, near, Antananarivo1, Parc, Ivoloina, Toamasina, Madagascar, Exotic, Marozevo, Parc, Endemika, Sainte, Marie, MalawiBlantyre, Zoological, Gardens, MaliBamako, Zoo, MoroccoJardins, Exotiques, de, Bouknadel, Parc, Zoologique, de, Rabat, MozambiqueJardim, Zoológico, de, Moçambique, Maputo, NigeriaAbuja, Childrens, Zoo, Abuja, Audu, Bako, Zoo, Kano, Enugu, Zoo, Enugu, Ibadan, University, Zoo, Ibadan, Jos, Wildlife, Park, Sanda, Kyarimi, Zoo, Maiduguri, SenegalParcs, Forestier, et, Zoologique, de, Hann, Dakar, South, AfricaBester, Birds, and, Animals, Zoo, Park, Bloemfontein, Zoo, East, London, Zoological, Gardens, Emerald, Zoo, Vanderbijlpark, Hartebeesport, Dam, Snake, and, Animal, Park, Johannesburg, Zoo, Lory, Park, Zoo, National, Zoo, Pretoria, Elephant, Sanctuary, Plettenberg, Bay, Plettenberg, Bay2, Elephant, Sanctuary, Hartbeespoort, Dam, Hartbeespoort, Dam3, Elephant, Sanctuary, Hazyview, Hazyview4, World, of, Birds, Wildlife, Sanctuary, and, Monkey, Park, Cape, Town5, SudanKhartoum, Zoo, TanzaniaDar, es, Salaam, Zoo, Dar, es, Salaam6, Saa, Nane, Museum, and, Zoo, Mwanza, TunisiaZoo, du, Parc, de, Belvedere,, Tunis, UgandaUganda, Wildlife, Education, Centre, Entebbe7, ZambiaMunda, Wanga, Zoo, Lusaka8, Asia, AfghanistanKabul, Zoo, Kabul, ArmeniaYerevan, Zoo, Yerevan, AzerbaijanBaku, Zoo, Baku, BangladeshMain, article, List, of, zoos, Bangladesh, BhutanMotithang, Takin, Preserve, Motithang, ChinaBadaling, Safari, World, Beijing, Zoo, Bifengxia, Wild, Animal, Park, Che, gdu, Zoo, Dalian, Forest, Zoo, Hangzhou, Zoo, Harbin, Northern, Forest, Zoo, Guangzhou, Zoo, Guangzhou, Panyu, Chime, long, Night, Zoo, Guangzhou, Xiangjian, Safari, Park, Jinan, Safari, Park, Nanjing, Hongshan, Forest, Zoo, Qingdao, Forest, Wildlife, World, Qingdao, Zoo, Shanghai, Zoo, Shanghai, Wild, Animal, Park, Shenzhen, Safari, Park, Suzhou, Zoo, Tianjin, Zoo, Edward, Youde, Aviary, Hong, Kong, Park, Hong, Kong, Wetland, Park, Hong, Kong, Zoological, and, Botanical, Gardens, Kadoorie, Farm, and, Botanic, Garden, Lai, Chi, Kok, Zoo, (closed), Ocean, Park, Hong, Kong, Breeding, Centers, Bifengxia, Giant, Panda, Base, Chengdu, Research, Base, of, Giant, Panda, Breeding, Wolong, Giant, Panda, Breeding, Center, Sichuan, IndiaMain, article, List, of, zoos, India, IndonesiaBatu, Secret, Zoo,, Batu, East, Java, Bali, Safari, and, Marine, Park,, Gianyar, Bali, Bali, Zoo,, Ubud, Bali, Kebun, Binatang, Bandung, Bandung,West, Java, Kebun, Binatang, Surabaya, Surabaya,, East, Java, Kebun, Binatang, Gembiraloka, Yogyakarta, Kebun, Binatang, Ragunan, Jakarta, Taman, Safari, Bogor,, West, Java, Taman, Safari, II, Pasuruan,, East, Java, IranAmol, Zoo, Bandar, Abbas, Zoo, Darabad, Museum, of, Wildlife, Tehran, Isfahan, Zoo, Tehran, Zoo,, Tehran, IraqBaghdad, Zoo, IsraelArena, Tropical, World, Herzliya, Beer, Sheba, Municipal, Zoological, Garden, Beersheba, Carmel, Hai, Bar, Nature, Reserve, Haifa, Childrens, Zoo, Saad, Educational, Zoo, of, Haifa, Biological, Institute, Haifa, Hai, Kef, Rishon, LeZion, Hai, Park, Kiryat, Motzkin, Hamat, Gader, Crocodile, Farm,, Terrarium, and, Mini, Zoo, Hamat, Gader, I.

, Meier, Segals, Garden, Zoological, Research, Tel, Aviv, Jerusalem, Bird, Observatory, Jerusalem, Monkey, Park, Kfar, Daniel, Nahariya, Zoo, Botanical, Garden, Nahariya, Nir, David, Australian, Animal, Park, Nir, David, Petah, Tikva, Zoo, Petah, Tikva, Tel, Aviv, Bird, Park, Tel, Aviv, Tisch, Family, Biblical, Zoological, Gardens, Jerusalem, Zoological, Center, of, Tel, Aviv, Ramat, Gan, Ramat, Gan, JapanMain, article, List, of, zoos, Japan, KazakhstanAlmaty, Zoo, Almaty, Karaganda, Zoo, Karaganda, Shymkent, Zoo, Shymkent, Temirtau, Aquapark, of, Childrens, Park, Temirtau, North, KoreaKorea, Central, Zoo, Pyongyan, g, South, KoreaBusan, Childrens, Grand, Park, Busan, Everland, Zoo, topia, Yongin, Seoul, Childrens, Zoo, Gwacheon, Seoul, Grand, Park, Zoo, Gwacheon, KuwaitKuwait, Zoo, Kuwait, City, Al, Omariya, MacauTwo, Dragon, Throat, Public, Garden, MalaysiaKuala, Lumpur, Bird, Park, Kuala, Lumpur, Zoo, Melaka, Ayer, Keroh,, Malacca, National, Zoo, of, Malaysia, (Zoo, Negara), Ulu, Klang,, Kuala, Lumpur, Zoo, Taiping, Taiping,, Perak, Lok, Kawi, Wildlife, Park, Lok, Kawi,, Sabah, Zoo, Johor, Johor, Bahru,, Johor, Zoo, Terengganu, Kemaman,, Terengganu, Sunway, Lagoon, Wildlife, Park, Petaling, Jaya,, Selangor, Sunway, Petting, Zoo, Subang, Jaya,, Selangor, Lost, World, Petting, Zoo, Ipoh,, Perak, Kuala, Krai, mini, zoo, Kuala, Krai,, Kelantan, Butterfly, &, Reptiles, Sanctuary, Malacca, Kuala, Lumpur, Butterfly, Park, Kuala, Lumpur, Penang, Butterfly, Farm, Teluk, Bahang,, Penang, Bukit, Jambul, Orchid,, Hibiscus, and, Reptile, Farm,, Penang, Taman, Teruntum, Mini, Zoo, Taman, Teruntum,, Pahang, Kuala, Lumpur, Deer, Park, Kuala, Lumpur, Danga, Bay, Mini, Zoo, Danga, Bay,, Johor, Afamosa, Animal, World, Safari, Alo, r, Gajah,, Malacca, Langkawi, Bird, Paradise, Langkawi,, Kedah, Snake, and, Reptile, Farm, Perlis, Langkawi, Crocodile, Farm, Langkawi,, Kedah, Ayer, Keroh, Crocodile, Farm, Ayer, Keroh,, Malacca, Jong, Crocodile, Farm, Kuching,, Sarawak, Sandakan, Crocodile, Farm, Sandakan,, Sabah, MyanmarYadanabon, Zoological, Gardens, Mandalay, NepalCentral, Zoo,, Jawalakhel, PakistanMain, article, List, of, zoos, Pakistan, Palestinian, territoriesGaza, Zoo, Gaza, Qalqilya, Zoo, West, Bank, PhilippinesAlbay, Park, and, Wildlife, Legazpi, City,, Albay9, Animal, Island, (zoo), Binakayan,, Kawit,, Cavite10, Animal, Wonderland, Star, City,, Pasay, City, Ark, Avilon, Zoo, Frontera, Verde,, Ortigas, Avenue,, Pasig, City, Ave, Maria, Sanctuary, and, Park, Carcar, City,, Cebu, Avilon, Zoo, Rodriguez,, Rizal, Baluarte, Zoo, Vigan, City,, Ilocos, Sur11, Birds, International, Quezon, City, Botolan, Wildlife, Farm, San, Juan,, Botolan,, Zambales12, Cavite, City, Zoological, and, Botanical, Park, Sampaguita, Road,, Seabreeze, Subdivision,, Santa, Cruz,, Cavite, City,, Cavite, Cebu, City, Zoo, and, Conservation, Zoo, Calunasan,, Cebu, City,, Cebu, Corregidor, Aviary, and, Theme, Park, Corregidor, Island,, Cavite, Crocolandia, Foundation, Biasong,, Talisay, City,, Cebu, Davao, Crocodile, Park, Diversion, Highway,, Ma, a,, Davao, City13, DFamily, Park, Mini, Zoo, Talamban,, Cebu, City,, Cebu, Eden, Nature, Park, and, Resort, Toril,, Davao, City14, Father, 645, PM, 1/22/2013Tropas, Spaceship, 2000, Zoo, Zamboanguita,, Negros, Oriental, Laguna, Wildlife, Park, and, Rescue, Center, La, Vista, Pansol, Complex,, Pansol,, Calamba, City,, Laguna, Lombija, Wildlife, Park, and, Heritage, Resort, Napandong,, Nueva, Valencia,, Guimaras15, Lungsod, Kalikasan, Quezon, City, Malabon, Zoo, and, Aquarium, Governor, Pascual, Street,, Potrero,, Malabon, City, Manila, Orchidarium, and, Butterfly, Pavilion, Rizal, Park,, Manila, Manila, Zoological, and, Botanical, Garden,, M.

, Adriatico, Street,, Malate,, Manila, Mari, Wildlife, Conservation, Park, Lambunao,, Iloilo, Maze, Park, and, Resort, Mini, Zoo, Mimbalot, Buru, un,, Iligan, City,, Lanao, del, Norte, Negros, Forests, &, Ecological, Foundation, South, Capitol, Road,, Bacolod, City,, Negros, Occidental16, Ninoy, A, uino, Parks, &, Wildlife, Center, Diliman,, Quezon, City, Palawan, Butterfly, Garden, Santa, Monica,, Puerto, Princesa, City,, Palawan, Palawan, Wildlife, Rescue, and, Conservation, Center, Irawan,, Puerto, Princesa, City,, Palawan, ParadiZoo, Mendez,, Cavite17, Paradise, Reptile, Zoo, Puerto, Galera,, Oriental, Mindoro, Philippine, Eagle, Center, Malagos,, Davao, City18, Philippine, Tarsier, and, Wildlife, Sanctuary, Corella,, Bohol19, RACSOS, Woodland, Mini, Hotel, and, Wildlife, Resort, Rizal, Tuguisan,, Guimbal,, Iloilo, Residence, Inn, Mini, Zoo, Barrio, Neogan,, Tagaytay, City,, Cavite20, San, Fernando, Mini, Zoo, and, Butterfly, Sanctuary, San, Fernando, City,, La, Union, Sagbayan, Peak, Tarsier, Sanctuary, and, Butterfly, Dome, Sagbayan,, Bohol21, Silangang, Nayon, Mini, Zoo, Pagbilao,, Quezon, Silliman, University, Center, Tropical, Conservation, Studies, (also, known, as, A.Y.

, Reyes, Zoological, and, Botanical, Garden), Ipil, Street,, Daro,, Dumaguete, City22, Silliman, University, Marine, Laboratory, Bantayan,, Dumaguete, City23, WIN, Rescue, Center, Subic, Bay, Freeport, Zone,, Zambales, Zoo, Paradise, of, World, Zamboanguita,, Negros, Oriental, Zoobic, Safari, Subic,, Zambales24, Zoocobia, Fun, Zoo, Clark, Freeport, Zone,, Angeles, City,, Pampanga25, QatarDoha, Zoo, Doha, SingaporeJurong, Bird, Park, Jurong, Reptile, Park, (closed, 2006), Night, Safari, Singapore, River, Safari, Singapore, Crocodile, Farm, (closed, 2012), Singapore, Zoo, Sri, LankaAhungalla, Animal, Park, Dehiwala, Zoo, Pinnawela, Zoo, Taiwan1, Lan, Wild, Animal, Rescue, Centre, Far, East, Animal, Farm, Feng, Hung, Ku, Bird, Park, Hsinchu, City, Zoo, Kaohsiung, Zoo, Leefoo, Zoo, National, Museum, of, Marine, Biology/Aquarium, Ocean, World, Yehliu, Wanli, Pintung, Rescue, Centre, Taipei, Zoo, Taipei, ThailandChiang, Mai, Night, Safari, Chiang, Mai, Zoo, Crocodiles, Farm, and, Elephant, Theme, Show, Sampran, Nakorn, Pathom, Samutprakarn, Crocodile, Farm, and, Zoo, Dusit, Zoo, Elephant, Nature, Park, Chiang, Mai, Province, Khao, Kheow, Open, Zoo, Khao, Kho, Open, Zoo, Khao, Suan, Kwang, Zoo, Lopburi, Zoo, Nakhon, Ratchasima, Zoo, Pata, Zoo, Bangkok, Phuket, Zoo, Phuket, Safari, Park, Kanchanaburi, Kanchanaburi, 26, Safari, World, Songkhla, Zoo, Sriracha, Tiger, Zoo, Chonburi, Million, Years, Park, and, Pattaya, Crocodiles, Farm, United, Arab, EmiratesAl, Ain, Zoo, Al, Ain, Dubai, Zoo, Dubai, Emirates, Park, Zoo,, Abu, Dhabi, UzbekistanTashkent, Zoo, Tashkent, VietnamSaigon, Zoo, and, Botanical, Gardens, Saigon, Ha, Noi, zoo, Ha, Noi, Australia/Oceania, AustraliaMain, article, List, of, zoos, Australia, FijiKula, Eco, Park, Sigatoka, GuamCushing, Zoo, Tumon, New, CaledoniaParc, Forestier, de, Nouméa, Nouméa, New, ZealandAuckland, Zoo, Auckland, Brooklands, Zoo, New, Plymouth, Caroline, Bay, Aviary, Timaru, Franklin, Zoo, Tuakau, Hamilton, Zoo, Hamilton, Kingdom, of, Zion, Whangarei, Kiwi, Birdlife, Park, Queenstown, Kiwi, House,, Otorohanga, Living, Art, Wildlife, Park, Tauranga, Natureland, Zoo, Nelson, Orana, Wildlife, Park, Christchurch, Otago, Museum, Butterfly, House, Dunedin, Wellington, Zoo, Wellington, Willowbank, Wildlife, Reserve, Christchurch, Papua, New, GuineaThe, Rainforest, Habitat, Lae, Europe, AlbaniaTirana, Zoo, Tirana, AustriaAlpenzoo, Innsbruck, Innsbruck, Haus, des, Meeres, Vienna, Tiergarten, Hellbrunn, Salzburg, Tiergarten, Schönbrunn, Vienna, Schloss, Herberstein, Zoo, and, Nature, Park, Schloss, Herberstein,, Styria, Zoo, Salzburg, Salzburg, Zoo, Schmiding, Krenglbach, near, Wels, BelarusGrodno, Zoo, Grodno, Minsk, Zoo, Minsk, BelgiumAntwerp, Zoo, Antwerp, Olmen, Zoo, Olmen,, Mol, Pairi, Daiza, Cambron, Casteau, Planckendael, Muizen,, Mechelen28, Bellewaerde, Ieper, Bosnia, and, HerzegovinaPionirska, dolina, Sarajevo, Trapisti, Banja, Luka, BulgariaLovech, Zoo, Lovech, Pleven, Zoo, Pleven, Plovdiv, Zoo, Plovdiv, Sofia, Zoo, Sofia, Stara, Zagora, Zoo, Stara, Zagora, Varna, Zoo, Varna, CroatiaBizik, family, Zoo, Našice, Milec, family, Zoo, Rušcica, Osijek, Zoo, Osijek, Split, Zoo, Split, Zagreb, Zoo, Zagreb, CyprusLimassol, Zoo, Czech, RepublicBrno, Zoo, Brno, Chleby, Zoo, Chleby, homutov, Zoo, Chomutov, Decín, Zoo, Decín, Dvur, Králové, Zoo, Dvur, Králové, nad, Labem, Hodonín, Zoo, Hodonín, Hluboká, nad, Vltavou, Zoo,, Hluboká, nad, Vltavou, Jihlava, Zoo, Jihlava, Liberec, Zoo, Liberec, Olomouc, Zoo, Olomouc, Ostrava, Zoo, Ostrava, Plzen, Zoo, Plzen, Prague, Zoo, Prague, Ústí, nad, Labem, Zoo, Ústí, nad, Labem, Zlín, Lešná, Zoo, Zlín, Zoopark, Vyškov, Vyškov, Zoopark, Zájezd, Zájezd, DenmarkAalborg, Zoo, Aalborg, Copenhagen, Zoo, Copenhagen, Ebeltoft, Zoo, Ebeltoft, Givskud, Zoo, Givskud, Jesperhus, Mors, (island), Odense, Zoo, Odense, Randers, Tropical, Zoo, Randers, Ree, Park, Ebeltoft, Safari, Ebeltoft, EstoniaElistvere, Loomapark, Elistvere,, Jõgeva, County, Tallinn, Zoo, Tallinn, (1939), FinlandÄhtäri, Zoo, Escurial, Zoo, and, Flower, Park27, Kitee, Zoo, Korkeasaari,, an, island, zoo, outside, Helsinki, (1889), Kuopio, Zoo, Orimattilan, kotieläinpuisto, Orimattila, PikkuKili, Lieksa28, Ranua, Zoo, Ranua, Särkänniemi, Childrens, Zoo, Tampere, Tropicario, Helsinki.

, Zoolandia, near, Turku, FranceCitadel, of, Besançon, Besançon, Cleres, Zoological, Park, Clères, Jardin, Zoologique, dAcclimatation, du, Bois, de, Boulogne, Paris, Jardin, Zoologique, de, la, Tête, dOr, Parc, de, la, Tête, dOr,, Lyon, La, Palmyre, Zoo, Les, Mathes, La, Vallée, des, Singes, Romagne, Ménagerie, du, Jardin, des, Plantes, Paris, Parc, Animalier, de, Sainte, Croix, Rhodes, Parc, des, Félins, Nesles, Parc, des, Oiseaux, Villars, les, Dombes29, Parc, Phœnix, Nice, Parc, Zoologique, de, la, Haute, Touche, Obterre, Parc, Zoologique, de, Lunaret, Montpellier, Parc, Zoologique, et, Botanique, de, Mulhouse, Mulhouse, Planete, Sauvage, (safari, park), Port, Saint, Père, Réserve, Africaine, &, Parc, Zoologique, et, Botanique, de, Thoiry, Thoiry, Réserve, Africaine, de, Sigean, Sigean, Safari, de, Peaugres, Peaugres, Zoo, and, Botanical, Garden, of, Branféré, Le, Guerno, Zoo, dAmnéville, Amnéville, Zoo, de, Cerza, Hermival, les, Vaux, Zoo, de, Doué, Doué, la, Fontaine, Zoo, de, la, Flèche, La, Flèche, Zoo, de, Vincennes, Paris, ZooParc, de, Beauval, Saint, Aignan, sur, Cher, GermanyMain, article, List, of, zoos, Germany, GibraltarAlameda, Wildlife, Conservation, Park, GreeceAttica, Zoological, Park, Athens, Zoological, Park, of, St.

, Paul, Thessaloniki, HungaryBudakeszi, Wildlife, Park, Budakeszi, Budapest, Zoo, &, Botanical, Garden, Budapest, Debrecen, Zoo, Jászberény, Zoo, &, Botanical, Garden, Kittenberger, Kálmán, Zoo, &, Botanica, l, Garden, Veszprém, Miskolc, Zoo, Pécs, Zoo, Sóstó, Zoo, Nyíregyháza, Szeged, Wildlife, Park, Tropicarium, Budapest, Xantus, János, Zoo, Gyor, IrelandDublin, Zoo, Phoenix, Park,, Dublin, Fota, Wildlife, Park, County, Cork, ItalyParco, Faunistico, Cappeller, Cartigliano,, Vicenza30, Bioparco, di, Roma, Rome, Lo, Zoo, Di, Napoli, Naples, Parco, Natura, Viva, Bussolengo, Parco, Faunistico, le, Cornelle, Valrembo, Zoo, di, Pistoia, Pistoia, Villa, dOrleans, Palermo, Parco, Zoo, Falconara, Ancona, Parco, zoo, di, Lignano, Sabbiadoro, Zoosafari, Fasanolandia, Fasano, LatviaRiga, Zoo, Latgales, Zoo, Daugavpils31, LithuaniaLithuanian, Zoo, Kaunas, MacedoniaBitola, Zoo, Bitola, Skopje, Zoo, Skopje, MoldovaChisinau, Zoo,, Chisinau, MonacoJardin, Animalier, NetherlandsApenheul, Apeldoorn, (apes, and, monkeys, only,, most, of, them, not, separated, from, public), Artis, Amsterdam, BestZoo, Best, Burgers, Zoo, Arnhem, Castle, Arcen, Arcen, DierenPark, Amersfoort, Amersfoort, Dierenpark, Emmen, Emmen, Dierenpark, &, reptielenhuis, de, Oliemeulen, Tilburg, Dierenpark, Tilburg, Tilburg, (closed), Dierenpark, Wissel, Epe, Dierenrijk, MierloDiergaarde, Blijdorp,, Rotterdam, Dolfinarium, Harderwijk, GaiaPark, Kerkrade, Zoo, Kerkrade, Ouwehands, Dierenpark, Rhenen, Rhenen, Papegaaienpark, NOP, Oerle, ReptielenZOO, SERPO, Delft, Safaripark, Beekse, Bergen, Hilvarenbeek, Taman, Indonesia, Kallenkote, Uilen, en, Dierenpark, De, Paay, Beesd, Vogelpark, Avifauna, Alphen, aan, den, Rijn, Zoo, Labyrinth, Boekelo, Boekelo, Zoo, Park, Overloon, Overloon, NorwayKristiansand, Zoo, and, Amusement, Park, Kristiansand, Namsskogan, Familiepark32, Polar, Zoo, Bardu33, Vassfaret, Bear, Park, Flå34, PolandMiejski, Ogród, Zoologiczny, Wybrzeza, w, Gdansku, Oliwie, Gdansk, Ogród, Zoobotaniczny, w, 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Zoologiczny w Poznaniu – Poznan Stare ZOO Nowe ZOO Ogród Zoologiczny w Zamosciu – Zamosc Silesian Zoological Garden – Chorzów Warsaw Zoo – Warsaw Zoo Opole – Opole Zoological Garden in Wroclaw – Wroclaw PortugalBadoca Safari Park – Vila Nova de Santo André 3 Lisbon Zoo – Lisbon Parque Biológico de Gaia – Vila Nova de Gaia 3 Parque Zoológico de Lagos – Lagos 3 Zoo de Lourosa – Lourosa 4 Zoo da Maia – Maia 4 Zoomarine – Albufeira, Algarve 4 Zoo Santo Inácio – Zoo Santo Inácio – VNGaia 4 RomaniaBaia Mare Zoological Garden – Baia Mare Bra?ov Zoological Garden – Bra?ov Cartierul Noua 4 Braila Zoological Garden – Braila Bucov Zoological Garden – Bucov near Ploiesti Buhusi Zoological Garden – Buhusi near Bacau Calarasi Zoological Garden – Calarasi Caracal Zoological Garden – Caracal Craiova Zoological Garden – Craiova Focsani Zoological Garden – Focsani Galati Zoological Garden – Galati Iasi Zoological Garden – Iasi Onesti Zoological Garden – Onesti Oradea Zoological Garden – Oradea Piatra Neamt Zoological Garden – Piatra Neamt Pitesti Zoological Garden – Pitesti Râmnicu Vâlcea Zoological Garden – Râmnicu Vâlcea Slatina Zoological Garden – Slatina Târgoviste Zoological Garden – Târgoviste Tecuci Zoological Garden – Tecuci Timisoara Zoological Garden – Timisoara 4 Zarnesti Zoological Garden – Zarnesti near Bra?ov Zoo Baneasa – Bucharest Zoo Bârlad – Bârlad Zoo Hunedoara – Hunedoara Zoo Resita – Resita Zoo Sibiu – Sibiu Zoo Târgu Mures – Târgu Mures 4 RussiaAbakan “Wildlife Cente” – Abakan Cheboksary Zoo – Cheboksary Chita Zoo – Chita Ekaterinburg Zoo – Ekaterinburg Ivanovo Zoo – Ivanovo Kaliningrad Zoo – Kaliningrad) Kazan Zoo – Kazan Khabarovsk Zoo – Khabarovsk Krasnoyarsk park of Flory and Fauny “Roev Ruchei” – Krasnoyarsk Leningrad Zoo – Saint Petersburg Lipetsk Zoo – Lipetsk Moscow Zoo – Moscow Novosibirsk Zoo – Novosibirsk Omsk Zoo – Bolshereche, Omsk Penza Zoo – Penza Perm Zoo – Perm Rostov-on-Don Zoo – Rostov-on-Don Samara Zoo – Samara Tula Exotarium – Tula Yakutsk Zoo – Yakutsk SerbiaBelgrade Zoo – Belgrade (Beogradski zoo vrt dobre nade – Belgrade Good Hope Zoological Garden) Jagodina Zoo – Jagodina Palic Zoo – Palic Bor Zoo – Bor Zoo Park Koki – Indija Zoo Miki – Kolut SlovakiaBojnice Zoo – Bojnice Bratislava Zoo – Bratislava Košice Zoo – Košice Spišská Nová Ves Zoo – Spišská Nová Ves ZOO Stropkov – Stropkov SloveniaLjubljana Zoo – Ljubljana SpainBarcelona Zoo – Barcelona Cabarceno Natural Park – Cantabria Las Águilas Jungle Park – Tenerife Loro Parque – Tenerife Mundomar – Benidorm Parque de la Naturaleza de Cabárceno – Obregón 4 Parque Zoológico de Guadalajara – Guadalajara 4 Parque Zoológico y Jardín Botánico Alberto Durán – Jerez de la Frontera 4 Rancho Texas Park – Lanzarote Terra Natura – Murcia Valencia Bioparc – Valencia 5 Zoo Aquarium de Madrid – Madrid Zoo de Fuengirola – Málaga 5 Zoo de Santillana – Santillana del Mar Zoo de Sevilla – Seville 5 SwedenBorås djurpark – Borås Frösö Zoo – Frösön Furuviksparken – Gävle Grönåsens Älgpark – Kosta Orsa Grönklitt – Orsa Gutezoo – Ljugarn Järvzoo – Järvsö Junsele Djur- och nöjespark – Junsele Kolmården Wildlife Park – Bråviken bay Lycksele Zoo – Lycksele Motala Zoo – Motala Nordens Ark – Bohuslän Ölands Djur- och nöjespark – Färjestaden, Öland Parken Zoo – Eskilstuna Skånes Djurpark – Höör (only containing Nordic species) Skansen – Stockholm Slottsskogens Djurpark – Göteborg Ystad Djurpark – Ystad SwitzerlandKnies Kinderzoo – Rapperswil Tierpark Dählhölzli – Bern Tierpark Goldau – Goldau Tierpark Lange Erlen – Basel Wildpark Bruderhaus – Winterthur Le Bois du Petit Chateau – La Chaux-de-Fonds Wildpark Langenberg – Langnau am Albis Wildpark Peter und Paul – St.

Gallen Zoo Basel – Basel Zürich Zoologischer Garten – Zürich TurkeyAnkara Zoo – Ankara Soganli Zoo – Bursa Darica Zoo – Istanbul Natural Life Park of Sasali – Izmir Gaziantep Zoo – Gaziantep Polonezköy Animal Park – Polonezköy Sile Zoo – Sile UkraineKharkiv Zoo Kherson Zoo Kiev Zoo Odessa Zoo Yalta Zoo United KingdomMain page: template:British zoos Africa Alive – East Anglia Amazon World Zoo – Isle of Wight Amazona – East Anglia Amazonia World of Reptiles – East Anglia Banham Zoo – East Anglia Beale Park – Berkshire, England Belfast Zoo – Belfast, Northern Ireland Belle Vue Zoological Gardens – Manchester (closed 1977) Birdland Park and Gardens – Bourton-on-the-Water, Gloucestershire Birdworld – Surrey, England Birmingham Nature Centre – Birmingham Blackbrook Zoological Park – Staffordshire Blackpool Zoo – Lancashire Blair Drummond Safari Park – Stirlingshire, Scotland Borth Animalarium – Mid Wales Bristol Zoo Gardens – Bristol Butterfly and Wildlife Park – Lincolnshire 5 Camperdown Wildlife Centre (part of Camperdown Country Park) – Dundee Chessington Zoo – London Chester Zoo – Cheshire Colchester Zoo – East Anglia Cotswold Wildlife Park – Oxfordshire Cricket St Thomas Wildlife Park – Somerset Curraghs Wildlife Park – Isle of Man Dartmoor Zoological Park – Devon Drayton Manor Zoo – part of Drayton Manor Theme Park, Staffordshire Drusillas Zoo Park – East Sussex Dudley Zoo – West Midlands Durrell Wildlife Park – Jersey, Channel Islands Edinburgh Zoo – Edinburgh, Scotland Exmoor Zoo – Devon Five Sisters Zoo – West Calder, Scotland Flamingo Land Resort – North Yorkshire Folly Farm Adventure Park and Zoo Glasgow Zoo – Glasgow, Scotland (closed 2003) Hamerton Zoo – East Anglia Harewood Bird Gardens – at Harewood House, West Yorkshire The Hawk Conservancy – Hampshire Highland Wildlife Park – Highland, Scotland Howletts Wild Animal Park – Kent International Centre for Birds of Prey – Gloucestershire Isle of Wight Zoo – Isle of Wight Knaresborough Zoo – North Yorkshire (closed 1985) Knowsley Safari Park – Merseyside Lakeland Wildlife Oasis – Cumbria Linton Zoological Gardens – East Anglia London Zoo – London Longleat Safari Park – Wiltshire Lotherton Hall Bird Garden – Aberford, Leeds, West Yorkshire Manchester Zoological Gardens – Broughton, Salford Marwell Wildlife – Hampshire Monkey World – Dorset New Forest Wildlife Park – Hampshire Newquay Zoo – Cornwall Noahs Ark Zoo Farm – Bristol Paignton Zoo – Devon Paradise Park, Cornwall – Cornwall Paradise Wildlife Park – Hertfordshire Pettitts Animal Adventure Park – East Anglia Plantasia – Swansea, Wales Port Lympne Wild Animal Park – Kent SeaLife Great Yarmouth – East Anglia Seaview Wildlife Encounter – Isle of Wight Shaldon Wildlife Trust – Devon South Lakes Wild Animal Park – Cumbria Southport Zoo – Merseyside (closed 2004) Surrey Zoological Gardens – Kennington The Living Rainforest – Berkshire Tropiquaria – West Somerset Thrigby Hall – East Anglia Tropical World at Roundhay Park – Leeds Twycross Zoo – Leicestershire Wales Ape and Monkey Sanctuary (formerly Cefn-yr-Erw Primate Sanctuary) – Wales Welsh Mountain Zoo – North Wales West Midland Safari Park – Worcestershire Wetheriggs Zoo and Animal Sanctuary – Cumbria Whipsnade Zoo – East Anglia Wildwood Discovery Park – Kent Windsor Safari Park – Windsor Wingham Wildlife Park – Kent Woburn Safari Park – Bedfordshire Yorkshire Wildlife Park – Doncaster North America BelizeBelize Zoo BermudaBermuda Aquarium, Museum and Zoo CanadaMain article: List of zoos in Canada Costa RicaAfrica Mia Instituto Clodomiro Picado Jardin de las Mariposas La Marina Animal Rescue Center La Paz Waterfall Gardens Las Pumas Cat Zoo Mundo de los Insectos Monkey Park Parque Viborana Parque Zoológico Nacional Simón Bolívar Ranarium – Monteverde Reptilandia SnakeTour Serpentarium Spirogyra Jardin de Mariposas The Ara Project – Alajuela Tropical Frog Garden World of Snakes Zoo Ave GuatemalaAuto Safari Chapin La Aurora Zoo MexicoAfricam Safari – Puebla Chapultepec Zoo – Mexico City Guadalajara Zoo – Guadalajara, Jalisco Parque de Aragón Zoo – Mexico City Parque Loro – Puebla Zoo León – León, Guanajuato Zoofari – Cuernavaca, Morelos Zoológico Benito Juárez – Morelia, Michoacán Zoológico Los Coyotes – Mexico City Zoológico Zacango – Toluca, México State ZOOMAT – Tuxtla Gutiérrez, Chiapas PanamaParque Municipal Summit – Panama City Puerto RicoDr.

Juan A. Rivero Zoo – Mayagüez United StatesMain article: List of zoos in the United States South America ArgentinaBubalcó – General Roca, Río Negro Buenos Aires Zoo – Buenos Aires Estación de Cría de Animales Salvajes – La Plata, Buenos Aires Province Mar del Plata Aquarium – Mar del Plata, Buenos Aires Province Mendoza Zoological Park – Mendoza, Mendoza Province Mundo Marino – San Clemente del Tuyú, Buenos Aires Province Parque Independencia/Bahía Blanca Zoo – Bahía Blanca, Buenos Aires Province Rawson Zoo – Rawson, Chubut Province Temaikèn – Belén de Escobar, Buenos Aires Province Zoo Batán – Mar del Plata, Buenos Aires Province Zoo Córdoba – Córdoba, Córdoba Province Zoo Corrientes – Corrientes, Corrientes Province Zoo de América – Rivadavia, Buenos Aires Province 2 Zoo de Varela – Florencio Varela, Buenos Aires Province Zoo La Plata – La Plata, Buenos Aires Province Zoo Luján – Luján, Buenos Aires Province Zoo Paraiso – Mar del Plata, Buenos Aires Province Zoo Yku Huasi – Malvinas Argentinas, Buenos Aires Province Brazil AcreZoológico do Parque Chico Mendes – Rio Branco AmazonasParque Zoológico Municipal – Manaus Zoológico do Centro de Instrução de Guerra na Selva – Manaus 5 BahiaParque Zoobotânico Getúlio Vargas – Salvador 5 Parque Zoobotânico Rolf – Mata de São João 5 CearáParque Zoológico Sargento Prata – Fortaleza Distrito FederalJardim Zoológico de Brasília – Brasília 5 GoiásParque Zoológico de Goiânia – Goiânia Mato GrossoParque Zoológico de Rondonópolis – Rondonópolis Zoológico da Universidade Federal de Mato Grosso – Cuiabá Zoológico Municipal de Alta Floresta – Alta Floresta Minas GeraisFundação Zoo-Botânica de Belo Horizonte – Belo Horizonte Jardim Zoológico Lauro Palhares – Pará de Minas Parque Zoobotânico de Pouso Alegre – Pouso Alegre Parque Zoobotânico Doutor Mário Frota – Varginha Zoológico Municipal Amaro Sátiro de Araújo – Montes Claros 5 Zoológico Municipal de Sete Lagoas – Sete Lagoas Zoológico Municipal de Três Pontas – Três Pontas Zoológico Municipal Parque do Sabiá – Uberlândia Zoológico Municipal Parque dos Jacarandás – Uberaba ParáParque Zoobotânico do Museu Paraense Emílio Goeldi – Belém 5 Parque Zoobotânico de Carajás – Parauapebas 6 ParanáParque Ecológico Municipal Danilo Galafassi – Cascavel Zoológico de Matelândia – Matelândia Zoológico Municipal de Curitiba – Curitiba Zoológico Bosque Guarani – Foz do Iguaçu 6 Parque das Aves – Foz do Iguaçu 6 ParaíbaParque Zoológico Arruda Câmara – João Pessoa PernambucoParque Dois Irmãos (Zoo Botanical Park Dois Irmaos – Recife 6 Parque Zoológico Municipal Antônio Melo Verçosa – Vitória de Santo Antão PiauíParque Zoobotânico – Teresina Rio de JaneiroJardim Zoológico de Niterói – Niterói 6 Rio de Janeiro Zoo – Rio de Janeiro 6 Zoológico Municipal de Volta Redonda – Volta Redonda 6 Rio Grande do SulPampas Safari – Gravataí 6 Parque Zoológico – Sapucaia do Sul 6 Zoológico do Litoral – Osório Zoológico Municipal de Cachoeira do Sul – Cachoeira do Sul Zoológico Municipal de Canoas – Canoas RondôniaZoológico de Vilhena – Vilhena RoraimaZoológico do Sétimo Batalhão de Infantaria de Selva – Boa Vista Santa CatarinaParque Ecológico e Zoobotânico de Brusque – Brusque Parque Cyro Gevaerd Santur – Balneário Camboriú Parque Zoobotânico de Joinville – Joinville Zoológico Pomerode – Pomerode 6 São PauloJardim Zoobotânico de Franca – Franca Parque Ecológico “Dr.

Antônio T. Viana” – São Carlos 7 Parque Ecológico Municipal “Cid Almeida Franco” – Americana 7 Parque Zoológico de Ilha Solteira – Ilha Solteira São Paulo Zoo – São Paulo Parque Zoológico Dr. Fábio de Sá Barreto – Ribeirão Preto Parque Zoológico Eugênio Walter – Boituva 7 Parque Zoológico Municipal de Guarulhos (Guarulhos) Municipal Zoological Park “Quinzinho de Barros” – Sorocaba 7 Zoológico de Jardinópolis – Jardinópolis Zoológico Municipal de Araçatuba “Dr. Flávio Leite Ribeiro” – Araçatuba Zoológico Municipal de Bauru – Bauru 7 Zoológico Municipal de Buri – Buri Zoológico Municipal de Campinas – Campinas Zoológico Municipal de Catanduva – Catanduva Zoológico Municipal de Garça “Dr. Belírio Guimarães Brandão” – Garça Zoológico Municipal de Leme – Leme Zoológico Municipal de Limeira – Limeira 7 Zoológico Municipal de Lins – Lins Zoológico Municipal de Mogi Guaçu – Mogi Guaçu Zoológico Municipal de Mogi Mirim “Luiz Gonzaga Amoêdo Campos” – Mogi-Mirim Zoológico Municipal de Pedreira – Pedreira Zoológico Municipal de Piracicaba – Piracicaba Zoológico Municipal de Santa Bárbara dOeste – Santa Bárbara dOeste Zoológico Municipal de São Bernardo do Campo – São Bernardo do Campo Zoológico Municipal de São José do Rio Preto – São José do Rio Preto 7 Zoológico Municipal de São Vicente – São Vicente Zoológico Municipal de Taboão da Serra – Taboão da Serra Zoológico Municipal Henrique Pedroni – Sumaré Zoológico Municipal Nestor Bologna – Vargem Grande do Sul Zoológico Vale dos Bichos – São José dos Campos 7 Zooparque Itatiba – Itatiba 7 SergipeBoa Luz Eco Parque – Laranjeiras 7 Parque Zoológico – Aracaju ChileBuin Zoo – Buin, Chile Chilean National Zoo – Santiago, Chile Quilpue Zoo – Quilpue, Chile La Serena Zoo – La Serena, Chile Concepción Zoo – Concepción, Chile Parque safari de Rancagua – Rancagua, Chile ColombiaCali Zoo – Cali Hacienda Nápoles – Medellín Jaime Duque Park Zoo – Bogotá Matecaña City Zoo – Pereira Santa Fe Zoo – Medellín 8 Santa Marta Aquarium – Santa Marta Santacruz Zoo – San Antonio del Tequendama 3 Barranquilla Zoo – Barranquilla EcuadorGuayabamba Zoo – Quito GuyanaGuyana Zoo PeruZoológico de Quistococha – Iquitos, Loreto Parque de las Leyendas, San Miguel, Lima Parque Zoológico de Huachipa – Ate, Lima Zoocriadero – Lima 8 UruguayPan de Azúcar Nature Reserve – Cerro Pan de Azúcar Parque Lecocq – Montevideo Zoológico Municipal Villa Dolores – Montevideo Fictional zoosJurassic Park – with genetically reconstructed dinosaurs Slaughterhouse-Five – humans in a zoo on another planet Hugos Zoo – aliens from another planet displayed on Earth Prehistoric Park – Prehistoric animals Quahog Zoo – in Family Guy Springfield Zoo – in The Simpsons Dillydale Zoo – in The Mr.

Men Show (3rd Season) Various lists of the Wonders of the World have been compiled from antiquity to the present day, to catalogue the world’s most spectacular natural wonders and manmade structures. The Seven Wonders of the Ancient World is the first known list of the most remarkable creations of classical antiquity, and was based on guide-books popular among Hellenic sight-seers and only includes works located around the Mediterranean rim. The number seven was chosen because the Greeks believed it to be the representation of perfection and plenty because it was the number of the five planets known anciently plus the sun and moon.Many similar lists have been made. Contents hide Seven Wonders of the Ancient World Lists from other eras Recent lists 3.American Society of Civil Engineers 3.New7Wonders Foundation 3.USA Today’s New Seven Wonders 3.Seven Natural Wonders of the World 3.New7Wonders of Nature 3.

Seven Wonders of the Underwater World 3.Seven Wonders of the Industrial World 3.Other lists of wonders of the world Seven Wonders of the Solar System See also Notes References Further reading External links Seven Wonders of the Ancient WorldMain article: Seven Wonders of the Ancient World The Great Pyramid of Giza, the only wonder of the ancient world still in existence The Colosseum in Rome The Great Wall of China Hagia Sophia Stonehenge Machu Picchu Taj Mahal Empire State Building Golden Gate Bridge The Victoria Falls contain the largest sheet of falling water in the world in terms of area CN Tower Chichen Itza Old City of Jerusalem The Aurora Borealis or Northern Lights Grand Canyon The Great Barrier Reef The London sewerage system’s original Abbey Mills pumping stationThe historian Herodotus (48– ca.

42BCE), and the scholar Callimachus of Cyrene (ca. 30– 24BCE) at the Museum of Alexandria, made early lists of seven wonders. Their writings have not survived, except as references. the seven wonders were: Great Pyramid of Giza Hanging Gardens of Babylon Statue of Zeus at Olympia Temple of Artemis at Ephesus Mausoleum at Halicarnassus Colossus of Rhodes Lighthouse of Alexandria The earliest lists had the Ishtar Gate as the seventh wonder of the world instead of the Lighthouse of Alexandriacitation needed. The list known today was compiled in the Middle Ages—by which time many of the sites were no longer in existence. Today, the only ancient world wonder that still exists is the Great Pyramid of Giza. Lists from other erasIn the 19th and early 20th centuries, some writers wrote about lists with names such as Wonders of the Middle Ages, Seven Wonders of the Middle Ages, Seven Wonders of the Medieval Mind, and Architectural Wonders of the Middle Ages.

However it is unlikely that these lists originated in the Middle Ages because the word medieval was not invented until the Enlightenment-era, and the concept of a Middle Age did not become popular until the 16th century. Brewer’s Dictionary of Phrase and Fable refers to them as “later lists”suggesting the lists were created after the Middle Ages. Many of the structures on these lists were built much earlier than the Medieval Ages, but were well known.3 Typically representative are:2345 Stonehenge Colosseum Catacombs of Kom el Shoqafa Great Wall of China Porcelain Tower of Nanjing Hagia Sophia Leaning Tower of Pisa Other sites sometimes included on such lists: Taj Mahal6 Cairo Citadel7 Ely Cathedral8 Cluny Abbey9 Recent listsFollowing in the tradition of the classical list, modern people and organisations have made their own lists of wonderful things ancient and modern. Some of the most notable lists are presented below. American Society of Civil EngineersThe American Society of Civil Engineers compiled a list of wonders of the modern world:10 Wonder Date started Date finished Location Channel Tunnel December 1, 198May 6, 199Strait of Dover, between the United Kingdom and France CN Tower February 6, 197June 26, 1976, tallest freestanding structure in the world 1976–2007.

Toronto, Ontario, Canada Empire State Building January 22, 193May 1, 1931, Tallest structure in the world 1931–1967. First building with 100+ stories. New York, NY, U.S. Golden Gate Bridge January 5, 193May 27, 193Golden Gate Strait, north of San Francisco, California, U.S. Itaipu Dam January 197May 5, 198Paraná River, between Brazil and Paraguay Delta Works/ Zuiderzee Works 192May 10, 199Netherlands Panama Canal January 1, 188January 7, 191Isthmus of Panama New7Wonders FoundationMain article: New7Wonders of the World In 200an initiative was started by the Swiss corporation New7Wonders Foundation to choose the New7Wonders of the World from a selection of 20existing monuments.1Twenty-one finalists were announced January 1, 2006.1Egyptians were not happy that the only surviving original wonder, the Great Pyramid of Giza, would have to compete with the likes of the Statue of Liberty, the Sydney Opera House, and other landmarks, calling the project absurd. In response, Giza was named an honorary Candidate.

1The results were announced on July 7, 2007, in Lisbon, Portugal :14 Wonder Date of construction Location Great Wall of China Since 7th century BC1China Petra c. 10BC Jordan Christ the Redeemer Opened October 12, 193Brazil Machu Picchu c. AD 145Peru Chichen Itza c. AD 60Mexico Colosseum Completed AD 8Italy Taj Mahal Completed c. AD 164India Great Pyramid of Giza (Honorary Candidate) Completed c. 256BC Egypt USA Today’s New Seven WondersIn November 200the American national newspaper USA Today in conjunction with the American television show Good Morning America revealed a list of New Seven Wonders as chosen by six judges.1The wonders were announced one per day over a week on Good Morning America. An eighth wonder was chosen on November 24, 200from viewer feedback.17 Number Wonder Location Potala Palace Lhasa, Tibet, China Old City of Jerusalem Jerusalemn Polar ice caps Polar regions Papahanaumokuakea Marine National Monument Hawaii, United States Internet Earth Mayan ruins Yucatán Peninsula, México Great Migration of Serengeti and Masai Mara Tanzania and Kenya Grand Canyon (viewer-chosen eighth wonder) Arizona, United States Seven Natural Wonders of the WorldSimilar to the other lists of wonders, there is no consensus on a list of seven natural wonders of the world, and there has been debate over how large the list should be.

One of the many existing lists was compiled by CNN:18 Grand Canyon Great Barrier Reef Harbor of Rio de Janeiro Mount Everest Aurora Parícutin volcano Victoria Falls New7Wonders of NatureMain article: New7Wonders of Nature New7Wonders of Nature (2007–11), a contemporary effort to create a list of seven natural wonders chosen through a global poll, was organized by the same group as the New7Wonders of the World campaign. Iguazu Falls Jeju Island Komodo Island Puerto Princesa Underground River Table Mountain Halong Bay Amazon Rainforest Seven Wonders of the Underwater WorldThe Seven Underwater Wonders of the World was a list drawn up by CEDAM International, an American-based non-profit group for divers, dedicated to ocean preservation and research. In 198CEDAM brought together a panel of marine scientists, including Dr. Eugenie Clark, to pick underwater areas which they considered to be worthy of protection. The results were announced at The National Aquarium in Washington DC by actor Lloyd Bridges, star of TV’s Sea Hunt:19 Palau Belize Barrier Reef Great Barrier Reef Deep-Sea Vents Galápagos Islands Lake Baikal Northern Red Sea Seven Wonders of the Industrial WorldMain article: Seven Wonders of the Industrial World British author Deborah Cadbury wrote Seven Wonders of the Industrial World, a book telling the stories of seven great feats of engineering of the 19th and early 20th centuries.

In 200the BBC made a seven-part documentary series on the book, with each episode dramatising the construction of one of the wonders. The seven industrial wonders are: SS Great Eastern Bell Rock Lighthouse Brooklyn Bridge London sewerage system First Transcontinental Railroad Panama Canal Hoover Dam Other lists of wonders of the worldNumerous other authors and organisations have composed lists of the wonders of the world. Travel writer Howard Hillman published two books on the subject, one with man-made wonders, and one with natural wonders.202British biographer, science writer, and novelist Ronald W. Clark published a book of man-made and natural wonders titled Wonders of the World, which lists 5wonders, one for each week of the year.22 Seven Wonders of the Solar SystemIn a 199article, Astronomy magazine listed the Seven Wonders of the Solar System. This article was later made into a video.23 Enceladus The Great red spot The Asteroid belt The surface of the Sun The Oceans of Earth The Rings of Saturn Olympus Mons See alsoEighth Wonder of the World World Heritage List – a list of over 90sites deemed by UNESCO to be of “outstanding universal value” National Seven Wonders Seven Wonders of Canada Seven Wonders of Colombia Times of India’s list of seven Wonders of India Seven Wonders of Poland Seven Wonders of Portugal Seven Wonders of Russia Seven Wonders of Serbia Seven Wonders of Ukraine Seven Wonders of Wales 1Treasures of Spain Seven Wonders of Fore (Fore Abbey, Ireland) The world’s most livable cities is an informal name given to any list of cities as they rank on a reputable annual survey of living conditions.

Two examples are the Mercer Quality of Living Survey and the Economist Intelligence Unit’s Global Liveability Report. Liveability rankings are designed for use by employers assigning hardship allowances as part of job relocation. There have been numerous arguments over the expansion of livability rankings for other purposes. However, the annual city rankings attract extensive media coverage, are a popular topic of discussion.citation needed Melbourne city skyline at night, the world’s most livable city according to the EIU.Contents hide The EIU’s Global Liveability Report Mercer’s Quality of Living Survey Monocle’s Most Livable Cities Index See also References External links edit The EIU’s Global Liveability ReportThe EIU’s Global Liveability Report City Country Rating Melbourne Australia 99. Vienna Austria 97. Vancouver Canada 97. Toronto Canada 97.

Adelaide Australia 96. Calgary Canada 96. Sydney Australia 96. Helsinki Finland 96. Perth Australia 95. Auckland New Zealand 95. Melbourne, Australia was ranked by the Economist Intelligence Unit as the world’s most livable city since 20.3The Economist Intelligence Unit’s (EIU) most recent global liveability report shows cities in Australia, Canada, Austria, Finland and New Zealand as the ideal destinations, thanks to a widespread availability of goods and services, low personal risk, and an effective infrastructure. It does not take into account climate or the cost of living as a factor in ‘liveability.’ The Economist Intelligence Unit has been criticized by the New York Times for being overly anglocentric, stating that “The Economist clearly equates livability with speaking English.”4 Their August 20report placed Melbourne, Australia as the most livable city in the world, with Vienna, Austria taking second place, followed by Vancouver, Canada2, unchanged from the top three of the previous year.5 Other Australian cities also ranked highly in the survey, with Adelaide holding equal 5th position, with Calgary in Canada.

Sydney was at 7th position and Perth at 9th. A third Canadian city, Toronto was among the top ten, holding the 4th spot. Toronto is the largest city by population among the top ten cities, with nearly six million inhabitants within its metropolitan area. edit Mercer’s Quality of Living SurveyMercer 20Quality of Living Survey6 sdc City Country Vienna Austria Zurich Switzerland Auckland New Zealand Munich Germany Vancouver Canada Düsseldorf Germany Frankfurt Germany Geneva Switzerland Copenhagen Denmark Bern Switzerland Sydney Australia ienna, AustriaMain article: Mercer Quality of Living Survey American global human resource and related financial services consulting firm Mercer releases annually the Quality of Living Survey, comparing 2cities based on 3criteria. New York is given a baseline score of 0and other cities are rated in comparison. Important criteria are safety, education, hygiene, health care, culture, environment, recreation, political-economic stability and public transportation.

The list helps multi-national companies decide where to open offices or plants, and how much to pay employees. In the 2list of cities, the top of the list was dominated by Europe, Canada, and New Zealand; and Switzerland and Germany both had cities in the top 0. The first entries from other countries were Sydney at , Singapore at 25, Honolulu at 29, and Tokyo at 46. Baghdad was at the bottom of the list. Of the 2cities at the bottom, were in Africa. Compared to lists for previous years, cities in South Asia (mainly India), East Asia (mainly China), the Middle East and Eastern Europe were clearly on the rise. The 20rankings also identified the cities with the best eco-ranking based on water availability and drinkability, waste removal, quality of sewage systems, air pollution and traffic congestion. Calgary was at the top of this index (score 45.

7), followed by Honolulu in second place (score 45.) and Ottawa and Helsinki in joint third (score 39.9). Wellington in New Zealand (5), Minneapolis (6), Adelaide (7) and Copenhagen filled the next four slots, while Kobe, Oslo and Stockholm shared ninth place. Port-au-Prince in Haiti ranked at the bottom of this table with a score of only 27.8. edit Monocle’s Most Livable Cities IndexMonocle’s Most Livable Cities Index 202 City Country 2 Zurich Switzerland (02) Helsinki Finland (0) Copenhagen Denmark (03) Vienna Austria (06) Munich Germany (04) Melbourne Australia (05) Tokyo Japan (09) Sydney Australia (07) Auckland New Zealand (3) Stockholm Sweden () Helsinki, FinlandSince 2007, the lifestyle magazine Monocle has published an annual list of livable cities. The list in 200was named “The Most Livable Cities Index” and presented 2top locations for quality of life. Important criteria in this survey are safety/crime, international connectivity, climate/sunshine, quality of architecture, public transportation, tolerance, environmental issues and access to nature, urban design, business conditions, pro-active policy developments and medical care. The 20rankings continued thus: Kyoto (), Fukuoka (2), Hong Kong (3), Paris (4), Singapore (5), Hamburg (6), Honolulu (7), Berlin (8), Vancouver (9), Madrid (20), Barcelona (2), Portland (22), San Francisco (23), Montréal (24) and Geneva (25).

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