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HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/GERMANY-STUDENTS
RTX7EFQF 
April 20, 2020 
A sign with the slogan: "please do not forget to wash your hands, follow the sneezing etiquette" is seen... 
Berlin, Germany 
The spread of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in Germany 
A sign with the slogan: "please do not forget to wash your hands, follow the sneezing etiquette" is seen before the start of the high school graduation exams, during the spread of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19), at the Gymnasium Steglitz school in Berlin, Germany, April 20, 2020. REUTERS/Axel Schmidt 
CHINA-ETIQUETTE/
RTS1G4ND 
October 12, 2017 
Chinese edition of "Still Smiling" by former Australian model June Dally-Watkins is seen at an etiquette... 
Guangzhou, China 
Chinese edition of "Still Smiling" by former Australian model June Dally-Watkins is seen at an etiquette... 
Chinese edition of "Still Smiling" by former Australian model June Dally-Watkins is seen at an etiquette class in Guangzhou, China October 8, 2017. Picture taken October 8, 2017. REUTERS/Bobby Yip 
CHINA-ETIQUETTE/
RTS1G4NB 
October 12, 2017 
Former Australian model June Dally-Watkins addresses participants during the graduation of an etiquette... 
Guangzhou, China 
Former Australian model June Dally-Watkins addresses participants during the graduation of an etiquette... 
Former Australian model June Dally-Watkins addresses participants during the graduation of an etiquette class in Guangzhou, China October 8, 2017. Picture taken October 8, 2017. REUTERS/Bobby Yip 
CHINA-ETIQUETTE/
RTS1G4N9 
October 12, 2017 
A participant greets former Australian model June Dally-Watkins after receiving a certificate during... 
Guangzhou, China 
A participant greets former Australian model June Dally-Watkins after receiving a certificate during... 
A participant greets former Australian model June Dally-Watkins after receiving a certificate during an etiquette class in Guangzhou, China October 8, 2017. Picture taken October 8, 2017. REUTERS/Bobby Yip 
CHINA-ETIQUETTE/
RTS1G4N8 
October 12, 2017 
Participants take part in a catwalk of an etiquette class by former Australian model June Dally-Watkins... 
Guangzhou, China 
Participants take part in a catwalk of an etiquette class in Guangzhou 
Participants take part in a catwalk of an etiquette class by former Australian model June Dally-Watkins in Guangzhou, China October 8, 2017. Picture taken October 8, 2017. REUTERS/Bobby Yip 
CHINA-ETIQUETTE/
RTS1G4N7 
October 12, 2017 
Former Australian model June Dally-Watkins, 90, addresses an etiquette class in Guangzhou, China October... 
Guangzhou, China 
Former Australian model June Dally-Watkins addresses an etiquette class in Guangzhou 
Former Australian model June Dally-Watkins, 90, addresses an etiquette class in Guangzhou, China October 7, 2017. Picture taken October 7, 2017. REUTERS/Bobby Yip 
CHINA-ETIQUETTE/
RTS1G4N6 
October 12, 2017 
Former Australian model June Dally-Watkins, 90, poses during an etiquette class in Guangzhou, China October... 
Guangzhou, China 
Former Australian model June Dally-Watkins poses during an etiquette class in Guangzhou 
Former Australian model June Dally-Watkins, 90, poses during an etiquette class in Guangzhou, China October 7, 2017. Picture taken October 7, 2017. REUTERS/Bobby Yip 
CHINA-ETIQUETTE/
RTS1G4N5 
October 12, 2017 
Former Australian model June Dally-Watkins, 90, is interviewed during an etiquette class in Guangzhou,... 
Guangzhou, China 
Former Australian model June Dally-Watkins is interviewed during an etiquette class in Guangzhou 
Former Australian model June Dally-Watkins, 90, is interviewed during an etiquette class in Guangzhou, China October 7, 2017. Picture taken October 7, 2017. REUTERS/Bobby Yip 
CHINA-ETIQUETTE/
RTS1G4N4 
October 12, 2017 
Former Australian model June Dally-Watkins, 90, accompanied by two participants, is greeted during an... 
Guangzhou, China 
Former Australian model June Dally-Watkins is greeted during an etiquette class in Guangzhou 
Former Australian model June Dally-Watkins, 90, accompanied by two participants, is greeted during an etiquette class in Guangzhou, China October 7, 2017. Picture taken October 7, 2017. REUTERS/Bobby Yip 
CHINA-ETIQUETTE/
RTS1G4N3 
October 12, 2017 
Former Australian model June Dally-Watkins, 90, is interviewed during an etiquette class in Guangzhou,... 
Guangzhou, China 
Former Australian model June Dally-Watkins is interviewed during an etiquette class in Guangzhou 
Former Australian model June Dally-Watkins, 90, is interviewed during an etiquette class in Guangzhou, China October 7, 2017. Picture taken October 7, 2017. REUTERS/Bobby Yip 
CHINA-ETIQUETTE/
RTS1G4N2 
October 12, 2017 
A participant reacts beside former Australian model June Dally-Watkins after receiving a certificate... 
Guangzhou, China 
A participant reacts beside former Australian model June Dally-Watkins after receiving a certificate... 
A participant reacts beside former Australian model June Dally-Watkins after receiving a certificate during an etiquette class in Guangzhou, China October 8, 2017. Picture taken October 8, 2017. REUTERS/Bobby Yip 
CHINA-ETIQUETTE/
RTS1G4N1 
October 12, 2017 
Participants take part in an etiquette class by former Australian model June Dally-Watkins in Guangzhou,... 
Guangzhou, China 
Participants take part in an etiquette class by former Australian model June Dally-Watkins in Guangzhou... 
Participants take part in an etiquette class by former Australian model June Dally-Watkins in Guangzhou, China October 7, 2017. Picture taken October 7, 2017. REUTERS/Bobby Yip 
CHINA-ETIQUETTE/
RTS1G4N0 
October 12, 2017 
Participants learn hugging during in an etiquette class by former Australian model June Dally-Watkins... 
Guangzhou, China 
Participants learn hugging during an etiquette class by former Australian model June Dally-Watkins in... 
Participants learn hugging during in an etiquette class by former Australian model June Dally-Watkins in Guangzhou, China October 7, 2017. Picture taken October 7, 2017. REUTERS/Bobby Yip 
CHINA-ETIQUETTE/
RTS1G4MZ 
October 12, 2017 
Participants practice table manners during an etiquette class by former Australian model June Dally-Watkins... 
Guangzhou, China 
Participants practice table manners during an etiquette class in Guangzhou 
Participants practice table manners during an etiquette class by former Australian model June Dally-Watkins in Guangzhou, China October 7, 2017. Picture taken October 7, 2017. REUTERS/Bobby Yip 
CHINA-ETIQUETTE/
RTS1G4MY 
October 12, 2017 
Participant Yang Jiatao (L), 16, takes part in a rehearsal before graduation of an etiquette class by... 
Guangzhou, China 
Participants take part in a rehearsal of an etiquette class in Guangzhou 
Participant Yang Jiatao (L), 16, takes part in a rehearsal before graduation of an etiquette class by former Australian model June Dally-Watkins in Guangzhou, China October 8, 2017. Picture taken October 8, 2017. REUTERS/Bobby Yip 
CHINA-ETIQUETTE/
RTS1G4MX 
October 12, 2017 
Participants take a selfie during an etiquette class by former Australian model June Dally-Watkins in... 
Guangzhou, China 
Participants take a selfie during a rehearsal of an etiquette class in Guangzhou 
Participants take a selfie during an etiquette class by former Australian model June Dally-Watkins in Guangzhou, China October 8, 2017. Picture taken October 8, 2017. REUTERS/Bobby Yip 
CHINA-ETIQUETTE/
RTS1G4MW 
October 12, 2017 
Former Australian model June Dally-Watkins chats with Wang Lijuan, 65, during a hair dressing session... 
Guangzhou, China 
Former Australian model June Dally-Watkins chats with Wang Lijuan during a hair dressing session in Guangzhou... 
Former Australian model June Dally-Watkins chats with Wang Lijuan, 65, during a hair dressing session of an etiquette class in Guangzhou, China October 8, 2017. Picture taken October 8, 2017. REUTERS/Bobby Yip 
CHINA-ETIQUETTE/
RTS1G4MV 
October 12, 2017 
Participants try dress hats during an etiquette class run by former Australian model June Dally-Witkins... 
Guangzhou, China 
Participants try dress hats during an etiquette class run by former Australian model June Dally-Witkins... 
Participants try dress hats during an etiquette class run by former Australian model June Dally-Witkins in Guangzhou, China October 8, 2017. Picture taken October 8, 2017. REUTERS/Bobby Yip 
CHINA-ETIQUETTE/
RTS1G4MU 
October 12, 2017 
Participants relax during an etiquette class by former Australian model June Dally-Watkins in Guangzhou,... 
Guangzhou, China 
Participants relax during an etiquette class by former Australian model June Dally-Watkins in Guangzhou... 
Participants relax during an etiquette class by former Australian model June Dally-Watkins in Guangzhou, China October 7, 2017. Picture taken October 7, 2017. REUTERS/Bobby Yip 
CHINA-ETIQUETTE/
RTS1G4MT 
October 12, 2017 
Participants practice table manners during an etiquette class by former Australian model June Dally-Watkins... 
Guangzhou, China 
Participants practice table manners during an etiquette class in Guangzhou 
Participants practice table manners during an etiquette class by former Australian model June Dally-Watkins in Guangzhou, China October 7, 2017. Picture taken October 7, 2017. REUTERS/Bobby Yip 
CHINA-ETIQUETTE/
RTS1G4MS 
October 12, 2017 
A participant poses during a rehearsal of an etiquette class by former Australian model June Dally-Watkins... 
Guangzhou, China 
A participant poses during a rehearsal of an etiquette class in Guangzhou 
A participant poses during a rehearsal of an etiquette class by former Australian model June Dally-Watkins in Guangzhou, China October 8, 2017. Picture taken October 8, 2017. REUTERS/Bobby Yip 
CHINA-ETIQUETTE/
RTS1G4MR 
October 12, 2017 
Participants take part in a rehearsal during an etiquette class by former Australian model June Dally-Watkins... 
Guangzhou, China 
Participants take part in an etiquette class by former Australian model June Dally-Watkins and in Guangzhou... 
Participants take part in a rehearsal during an etiquette class by former Australian model June Dally-Watkins in Guangzhou, China October 8, 2017. Picture taken October 8, 2017. REUTERS/Bobby Yip 
CHINA-ETIQUETTE/
RTS1G4MQ 
October 12, 2017 
Participants take part in a make-up session during an etiquette class run by former Australian model... 
Guangzhou, China 
Participants take part in a make-up session during an etiquette class in Guangzhou 
Participants take part in a make-up session during an etiquette class run by former Australian model June Dally-Witkins in Guangzhou, China October 8, 2017. Picture taken October 8, 2017. REUTERS/Bobby Yip 
CHINA-ETIQUETTE/
RTS1G4MP 
October 12, 2017 
Participants take part in an etiquette class by former Australian model June Dally-Watkins in Guangzhou,... 
Guangzhou, China 
Participants take part in an etiquette class by former Australian model June Dally-Watkins in Guangzhou... 
Participants take part in an etiquette class by former Australian model June Dally-Watkins in Guangzhou, China October 7, 2017. Picture taken October 7, 2017. REUTERS/Bobby Yip 
GERMANY-CARNIVAL/
RTX24XH9 
February 01, 2016 
A woman reads a police information leaflet advising on social etiquette for refugees ahead of the carnival... 
Mainz, Germany 
Woman reads police information leaflet on social etiquette ahead of carnival season at refugee camp in... 
A woman reads a police information leaflet advising on social etiquette for refugees ahead of the carnival season, to men at a refugee camp in Mainz, Germany February 1, 2016. REUTERS/Kai Pfaffenbach
GERMANY-CARNIVAL/
RTX24XFI 
February 01, 2016 
Syrian girl Shames al Uwul, aged 10, from Palmyra, shows off her dragon carnival costume as police hand... 
Mainz, Germany 
Syrian girl shows off her dragon carnival costume as police hand out information leafletsahead of the... 
Syrian girl Shames al Uwul, aged 10, from Palmyra, shows off her dragon carnival costume as police hand out information leaflet advising on social etiquette for refugees ahead of the carnival season, at a refugee camp in Mainz, Germany February 1, 2016. REUTERS/Kai Pfaffenbach 
GERMANY-CARNIVAL/
RTX24XFG 
February 01, 2016 
A police information leaflet advising on social etiquette for refugees ahead of the carnival season,... 
Mainz, Germany 
Police information leaflet on social etiquette ahead of carnival season is displayed at refugee camp... 
A police information leaflet advising on social etiquette for refugees ahead of the carnival season, is displayed at a refugee camp in Mainz, Germany February 1, 2016. REUTERS/Kai Pfaffenbach
GERMANY-CARNIVAL/
RTX24XBU 
February 01, 2016 
A Syrian family from Palmyra, including children with carnival costumes, read an information leaflet... 
Mainz, Germany 
Syrian family read information leaflet on social etiquette ahead of the carnival season at refugee camp... 
A Syrian family from Palmyra, including children with carnival costumes, read an information leaflet advising on social etiquette for refugees ahead of the carnival season, at a refugee camp in Mainz, Germany February 1, 2016. REUTERS/Kai Pfaffenbach 
GERMANY-CARNIVAL/
RTX24XBT 
February 01, 2016 
A Syrian family from Palmyra, including children with carnival costumes, read an information leaflets... 
Mainz, Germany 
Syrian family read information leaflets on social etiquette ahead of the carnival season at refugee camp... 
A Syrian family from Palmyra, including children with carnival costumes, read an information leaflets advising on social etiquette for refugees ahead of the carnival season, at a refugee camp in Mainz, Germany February 1, 2016. REUTERS/Kai Pfaffenbach 
GERMANY-CARNIVAL/
RTX24XBP 
February 01, 2016 
A Syrian family from Palmyra, including children with carnival costumes, read an information leaflets... 
Mainz, Germany 
Syrian family read information leaflets on social etiquette ahead of the carnival season at refugee camp... 
A Syrian family from Palmyra, including children with carnival costumes, read an information leaflets advising on social etiquette for refugees ahead of the carnival season, at a refugee camp in Mainz, Germany February 1, 2016. REUTERS/Kai Pfaffenbach 
GERMANY-CARNIVAL/
RTX24XAY 
February 01, 2016 
A Syrian family from Palmyra, including children with carnival costumes, read an information leaflets... 
Mainz, Germany 
Syrian family read information leaflets on social etiquette ahead of the carnival season at refugee camp... 
A Syrian family from Palmyra, including children with carnival costumes, read an information leaflets advising on social etiquette for refugees ahead of the carnival season, at a refugee camp in Mainz, Germany February 1, 2016. REUTERS/Kai Pfaffenbach 
GERMANY-CARNIVAL/
RTX24XAW 
February 01, 2016 
A Syrian family from Palmyra, including children with carnival costumes, read an information leaflets... 
Mainz, Germany 
Syrian family read information leaflets on social etiquette ahead of the carnival season at refugee camp... 
A Syrian family from Palmyra, including children with carnival costumes, read an information leaflets advising on social etiquette for refugees ahead of the carnival season, at a refugee camp in Mainz, Germany February 1, 2016. REUTERS/Kai Pfaffenbach 
GERMANY-CARNIVAL/
RTX24XAV 
February 01, 2016 
A Syrian family from Palmyra, including children with carnival costumes, read an information leaflets... 
Mainz, Germany 
Syrian family read information leaflets on social etiquette ahead of the carnival season at refugee camp... 
A Syrian family from Palmyra, including children with carnival costumes, read an information leaflets advising on social etiquette for refugees ahead of the carnival season, at a refugee camp in Mainz, Germany February 1, 2016. REUTERS/Kai Pfaffenbach TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
GERMANY-CARNIVAL/
RTX24XAB 
February 01, 2016 
A police information leaflet advising on social etiquette for refugees ahead of the carnival season,... 
Mainz, Germany 
Police information leaflet on social etiquette ahead of carnival season lies on a table at refugee camp... 
A police information leaflet advising on social etiquette for refugees ahead of the carnival season, lies on a table at a refugee camp in Mainz, Germany February 1, 2016. REUTERS/Kai Pfaffenbach
GERMANY-CARNIVAL/
RTX24XAA 
February 01, 2016 
A police information leaflet advising on social etiquette for refugees ahead of the carnival season,... 
Mainz, Germany 
Police information leaflet on social etiquette ahead of carnival season lies on a table at refugee camp... 
A police information leaflet advising on social etiquette for refugees ahead of the carnival season, lies on a table at a refugee camp in Mainz, Germany February 1, 2016. REUTERS/Kai Pfaffenbach
GERMANY-CARNIVAL/
RTX24X9R 
February 01, 2016 
A police officer hands out information leaflets advising on social etiquette for refugees ahead of the... 
Mainz, Germany 
Police officer hands out information leaflets on social etiquette ahead of the carnival season at refugee... 
A police officer hands out information leaflets advising on social etiquette for refugees ahead of the carnival season, at a refugee camp in Mainz, Germany February 1, 2016. REUTERS/Kai Pfaffenbach
THAILAND-CHINA/TOURISM
RTR4UWQB 
March 26, 2015 
Chinese tourists pose for photos as they visit Wat Phra Kaeo (Emerald Buddha Temple) in Bangkok March... 
Bangkok, Thailand 
Chinese tourists pose for photos as they visit Wat Phra Kaeo (Emerald Buddha Temple) in Bangkok 
Chinese tourists pose for photos as they visit Wat Phra Kaeo (Emerald Buddha Temple) in Bangkok March 23, 2015. Public outrage forced the Thai government to issue thousands of Chinese-language etiquette manuals last month in an effort to ensure sightseers behave themselves. Picture taken March 23. To match story THAILAND-CHINA/TOURISM REUTERS/Chaiwat Subprasom 
THAILAND-CHINA/TOURISM
RTR4UWQA 
March 26, 2015 
Chinese tourists listen to their guide as they visit at Wat Phra Kaeo (Emerald Buddha Temple) in Bangkok... 
Bangkok, Thailand 
Chinese tourists listen to their guide as they visit at Wat Phra Kaeo (Emerald Buddha Temple) in Bangkok... 
Chinese tourists listen to their guide as they visit at Wat Phra Kaeo (Emerald Buddha Temple) in Bangkok March 23, 2015. Public outrage forced the Thai government to issue thousands of Chinese-language etiquette manuals last month in an effort to ensure sightseers behave themselves. Picture taken March 23. To match story THAILAND-CHINA/TOURISM REUTERS/Chaiwat Subprasom 
THAILAND-CHINA/TOURISM
RTR4UWPW 
March 26, 2015 
Chinese tourists listen to their guide as they visit Wat Phra Kaeo (Emerald Buddha Temple) in Bangkok... 
Bangkok, Thailand 
Chinese tourists listen to their guide as they visit Wat Phra Kaeo (Emerald Buddha Temple) in Bangkok... 
Chinese tourists listen to their guide as they visit Wat Phra Kaeo (Emerald Buddha Temple) in Bangkok March 23, 2015. Public outrage forced the Thai government to issue thousands of Chinese-language etiquette manuals last month in an effort to ensure sightseers behave themselves. Picture taken March 23. To match story THAILAND-CHINA/TOURISM REUTERS/Chaiwat Subprasom 
THAILAND-CHINA/TOURISM
RTR4UWPL 
March 26, 2015 
Chinese tourists visit Wat Phra Kaeo (Emerald Buddha Temple) in Bangkok March 23, 2015. Public outrage... 
Bangkok, Thailand 
Chinese tourists visit Wat Phra Kaeo (Emerald Buddha Temple) in Bangkok 
Chinese tourists visit Wat Phra Kaeo (Emerald Buddha Temple) in Bangkok March 23, 2015. Public outrage forced the Thai government to issue thousands of Chinese-language etiquette manuals last month in an effort to ensure sightseers behave themselves. Picture taken March 23. To match story THAILAND-CHINA/TOURISM REUTERS/Chaiwat Subprasom 
THAILAND-CHINA/TOURISM
RTR4UWOQ 
March 26, 2015 
A Chinese tourist takes a picture at Wat Phra Kaeo (Emerald Buddha Temple) as they visit the Grand Palace... 
Bangkok, Thailand 
A Chinese tourist takes a picture at Wat Phra Kaeo (Emerald Buddha Temple) as they visit the Grand Palace... 
A Chinese tourist takes a picture at Wat Phra Kaeo (Emerald Buddha Temple) as they visit the Grand Palace in Bangkok March 23, 2015. Public outrage forced the Thai government to issue thousands of Chinese-language etiquette manuals last month in an effort to ensure sightseers behave themselves. Picture taken March 23. To match story THAILAND-CHINA/TOURISM REUTERS/Chaiwat Subprasom 
THAILAND-CHINA/TOURISM
RTR4UWON 
March 26, 2015 
Chinese tourists visit Wat Phra Kaeo (Emerald Buddha Temple) in Bangkok March 23, 2015. Public outrage... 
Bangkok, Thailand 
Chinese tourists visit Wat Phra Kaeo (Emerald Buddha Temple) in Bangkok 
Chinese tourists visit Wat Phra Kaeo (Emerald Buddha Temple) in Bangkok March 23, 2015. Public outrage forced the Thai government to issue thousands of Chinese-language etiquette manuals last month in an effort to ensure sightseers behave themselves. Picture taken March 23. To match story THAILAND-CHINA/TOURISM REUTERS/Chaiwat Subprasom 
ARGENTINA-CHINA/FERNANDEZ
RTR4OBDJ 
February 05, 2015 
Argentina's President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner speaks with Chairman of the Standing Committee of... 
Beijing, China 
Argentina's President Fernandez de Kirchner speaks with Chairman of the Standing Committee of the NPC... 
Argentina's President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner speaks with Chairman of the Standing Committee of the National People's Congress (NPC) Zhang Dejiang (not pictured) during their meeting at the Great Hall of the People in Beijing, February 5, 2015. Fernandez, on a tour of China to strengthen ties as the economy teeters on the brink of a recession, appeared to commit a diplomatic blunder on Wednesday by poking fun at how the Chinese speak. While Fernandez's remark on Twitter that the Chinese pronounce the letter 'r' as an 'l' will be taken by her supporters as a light-hearted joke typical of her folksy style on social media, she may have offended her hosts. China's Foreign Ministry spokesman Hong Lei repeatedly declined to comment on the matter at a regular press briefing on Thursday. But Chinese Internet users were quick to lambast the president for her breach of etiquette. REUTERS/Wu Hong/Pool (CHINA - Tags: POLITICS) 
SYRIA-CRISIS/
RTR3VPBW 
June 25, 2014 
A teacher writes on a whiteboard during a lesson about the appropriate etiquette when attending and respecting... 
Aleppo, Syria 
A teacher writes on a whiteboard during a lesson in al-Myassar neighbourhood of Aleppo 
A teacher writes on a whiteboard during a lesson about the appropriate etiquette when attending and respecting the mosque in the al-Myassar neighbourhood of Aleppo June 25, 2014. REUTERS/Hosam Katan (SYRIA - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST RELIGION EDUCATION) 
SWITZERLAND/ETIQUETTE
RTX14NSV 
October 25, 2013 
Students playing the role of waitresses take part to a session on English dinning during the Intensive... 
GLION, Switzerland 
Students playing the role of waitresses take part to a session on English dinning during the Intensive... 
Students playing the role of waitresses take part to a session on English dinning during the Intensive Etiquette Courses at the Institut Villa Pierrefeu in Glion near Montreux, western Switzerland, October 22, 2013. In their heyday before feminism stirred in the 1960s, European aristocrats sent their daughters to finishing schools in safe, neutral Switzerland to polish their manners and prepare them for married life. About half a dozen such schools once flourished in the French-speaking Alps, but the others have closed as young women have instead chosen to attend university and pursue careers. Now part of the demand for the last surviving school is coming from a very different segment of the population - men. Picture taken October 22, 2013. REUTERS/Denis Balibouse (SWITZERLAND - Tags: EDUCATION SOCIETY) 
SWITZERLAND/ETIQUETTE
RTX14NSU 
October 25, 2013 
Viviane Neri, Principal of the Institut Villa Pierrefeu poses with her son Philippe in Glion near Montreux,... 
GLION, Switzerland 
Viviane Neri, Principal of the Institut Villa Pierrefeu poses with her son Philippe in Glion near Montreux... 
Viviane Neri, Principal of the Institut Villa Pierrefeu poses with her son Philippe in Glion near Montreux, western Switzerland, October 22, 2013. In their heyday before feminism stirred in the 1960s, European aristocrats sent their daughters to finishing schools in safe, neutral Switzerland to polish their manners and prepare them for married life. About half a dozen such schools once flourished in the French-speaking Alps, but the others have closed as young women have instead chosen to attend university and pursue careers. Now part of the demand for the last surviving school is coming from a very different segment of the population - men. Picture taken October 22, 2013. REUTERS/Denis Balibouse (SWITZERLAND - Tags: EDUCATION SOCIETY) 
SWITZERLAND/ETIQUETTE
RTX14NST 
October 25, 2013 
A student serves a sauce on asparaguses during a session on English dinning during the Intensive Etiquette... 
GLION, Switzerland 
A student serves a sauce on asparaguses during a session on English dinning during the Intensive Etiquette... 
A student serves a sauce on asparaguses during a session on English dinning during the Intensive Etiquette Courses at the Institut Villa Pierrefeu in Glion near Montreux, western Switzerland, October 22, 2013. In their heyday before feminism stirred in the 1960s, European aristocrats sent their daughters to finishing schools in safe, neutral Switzerland to polish their manners and prepare them for married life. About half a dozen such schools once flourished in the French-speaking Alps, but the others have closed as young women have instead chosen to attend university and pursue careers. Now part of the demand for the last surviving school is coming from a very different segment of the population - men. Picture taken October 22, 2013. REUTERS/Denis Balibouse (SWITZERLAND - Tags: EDUCATION SOCIETY) 
SWITZERLAND/ETIQUETTE
RTX14NSS 
October 25, 2013 
Instructor Rosemary McCallum (R) shows students how to serve a table during a session on English dining... 
GLION, Switzerland 
Instructor McCallum shows students how to serve a table during a session on English dining during the... 
Instructor Rosemary McCallum (R) shows students how to serve a table during a session on English dining during the Intensive Etiquette Courses at the Institut Villa Pierrefeu in Glion near Montreux, western Switzerland, October 22, 2013. In their heyday before feminism stirred in the 1960s, European aristocrats sent their daughters to finishing schools in safe, neutral Switzerland to polish their manners and prepare them for married life. About half a dozen such schools once flourished in the French-speaking Alps, but the others have closed as young women have instead chosen to attend university and pursue careers. Now part of the demand for the last surviving school is coming from a very different segment of the population - men. Picture taken October 22, 2013. REUTERS/Denis Balibouse (SWITZERLAND - Tags: EDUCATION SOCIETY) 
SWITZERLAND/ETIQUETTE
RTX14NSR 
October 25, 2013 
Teacher Rosemary McCallum shows students how to set a table during a session on English dining during... 
GLION, Switzerland 
Instructor McCallum shows students how to set a table during a session on English dining during the Intensive... 
Teacher Rosemary McCallum shows students how to set a table during a session on English dining during the Intensive Etiquette Courses at the Institut Villa Pierrefeu in Glion near Montreux, western Switzerland, October 22, 2013. In their heyday before feminism stirred in the 1960s, European aristocrats sent their daughters to finishing schools in safe, neutral Switzerland to polish their manners and prepare them for married life. About half a dozen such schools once flourished in the French-speaking Alps, but the others have closed as young women have instead chosen to attend university and pursue careers. Now part of the demand for the last surviving school is coming from a very different segment of the population - men. Picture taken October 22, 2013. REUTERS/Denis Balibouse (SWITZERLAND - Tags: EDUCATION SOCIETY) 
SWITZERLAND/ETIQUETTE
RTX14NSQ 
October 25, 2013 
A general view of the Institut Villa Pierrefeu is pictured in Glion near Montreux, western Switzerland,... 
GLION, Switzerland 
A general view of the Institut Villa Pierrefeu is pictured in Glion 
A general view of the Institut Villa Pierrefeu is pictured in Glion near Montreux, western Switzerland, October 22, 2013. In their heyday before feminism stirred in the 1960s, European aristocrats sent their daughters to finishing schools in safe, neutral Switzerland to polish their manners and prepare them for married life. About half a dozen such schools once flourished in the French-speaking Alps, but the others have closed as young women have instead chosen to attend university and pursue careers. Now part of the demand for the last surviving school is coming from a very different segment of the population - men. Picture taken October 22, 2013. REUTERS/Denis Balibouse (SWITZERLAND - Tags: EDUCATION SOCIETY) 
SWITZERLAND/ETIQUETTE
RTX14NSP 
October 25, 2013 
Yann Olivier Tavernier, Managing partner at GMHBI International, poses in front of the Institut Villa... 
GLION, Switzerland 
Yann Olivier Tavernier, managing partner at GMHBI International, poses in front of the Institut Villa... 
Yann Olivier Tavernier, Managing partner at GMHBI International, poses in front of the Institut Villa Pierrefeu in Glion near Montreux, western Switzerland, October 22, 2013. Tavernier followed a Course on Etiquette in February 2013. In their heyday before feminism stirred in the 1960s, European aristocrats sent their daughters to finishing schools in safe, neutral Switzerland to polish their manners and prepare them for married life. About half a dozen such schools once flourished in the French-speaking Alps, but the others have closed as young women have instead chosen to attend university and pursue careers. Now part of the demand for the last surviving school is coming from a very different segment of the population - men. Picture taken October 22, 2013. REUTERS/Denis Balibouse (SWITZERLAND - Tags: EDUCATION SOCIETY) 
SWITZERLAND/ETIQUETTE
RTX14NSO 
October 25, 2013 
French student Guillaume observes a peer serving the bread during a session on English dining during... 
GLION, Switzerland 
French student Guillaume observes a peer serving the bread during a session on English dining during... 
French student Guillaume observes a peer serving the bread during a session on English dining during the Intensive Etiquette Courses at the Institut Villa Pierrefeu in Glion near Montreux, western Switzerland, October 22, 2013. In their heyday before feminism stirred in the 1960s, European aristocrats sent their daughters to finishing schools in safe, neutral Switzerland to polish their manners and prepare them for married life. About half a dozen such schools once flourished in the French-speaking Alps, but the others have closed as young women have instead chosen to attend university and pursue careers. Now part of the demand for the last surviving school is coming from a very different segment of the population - men. Picture taken October 22, 2013. REUTERS/Denis Balibouse (SWITZERLAND - Tags: EDUCATION SOCIETY) 
SWITZERLAND/ETIQUETTE
RTX14NSN 
October 25, 2013 
A sign addressed to the kitchen requesting the main course is pictured during a session on English dining... 
GLION, Switzerland 
A sign addressed to the kitchen requesting the main course is pictured during a session on English dining... 
A sign addressed to the kitchen requesting the main course is pictured during a session on English dining during the Intensive Etiquette Courses at the Institut Villa Pierrefeu in Glion near Montreux, western Switzerland, October 22, 2013. In their heyday before feminism stirred in the 1960s, European aristocrats sent their daughters to finishing schools in safe, neutral Switzerland to polish their manners and prepare them for married life. About half a dozen such schools once flourished in the French-speaking Alps, but the others have closed as young women have instead chosen to attend university and pursue careers. Now part of the demand for the last surviving school is coming from a very different segment of the population - men. Picture taken October 22, 2013. REUTERS/Denis Balibouse (SWITZERLAND - Tags: EDUCATION SOCIETY) 
SWITZERLAND/ETIQUETTE
RTX14NSM 
October 25, 2013 
Guillaume, a French student takes part in a conversation role during a session on English dining during... 
GLION, Switzerland 
Guillaume, a French student takes part in a conversation role during a session on English dining during... 
Guillaume, a French student takes part in a conversation role during a session on English dining during the Intensive Etiquette Courses at the Institut Villa Pierrefeu in Glion near Montreux, western Switzerland, October 22, 2013. In their heyday before feminism stirred in the 1960s, European aristocrats sent their daughters to finishing schools in safe, neutral Switzerland to polish their manners and prepare them for married life. About half a dozen such schools once flourished in the French-speaking Alps, but the others have closed as young women have instead chosen to attend university and pursue careers. Now part of the demand for the last surviving school is coming from a very different segment of the population - men. Picture taken October 22, 2013. REUTERS/Denis Balibouse (SWITZERLAND - Tags: EDUCATION SOCIETY) 
SWITZERLAND/ETIQUETTE
RTX14NSL 
October 25, 2013 
Instructor Rosemary McCallum (2nd L) shows students how to serve a table during a session on English... 
GLION, Switzerland 
Instructor McCallum shows students how to serve a table during a session on English dining during the... 
Instructor Rosemary McCallum (2nd L) shows students how to serve a table during a session on English dining during the Intensive Etiquette Courses at the Institut Villa Pierrefeu in Glion near Montreux, western Switzerland, October 22, 2013. In their heyday before feminism stirred in the 1960s, European aristocrats sent their daughters to finishing schools in safe, neutral Switzerland to polish their manners and prepare them for married life. About half a dozen such schools once flourished in the French-speaking Alps, but the others have closed as young women have instead chosen to attend university and pursue careers. Now part of the demand for the last surviving school is coming from a very different segment of the population - men. Picture taken October 22, 2013. REUTERS/Denis Balibouse (SWITZERLAND - Tags: EDUCATION SOCIETY) 
SWITZERLAND/ETIQUETTE
RTX14NSJ 
October 25, 2013 
Instructor Rosemary McCallum (R) shows students how to serve a table during a session on English dining... 
GLION, Switzerland 
Instructor McCallum shows students how to serve a table during a session on English dining during the... 
Instructor Rosemary McCallum (R) shows students how to serve a table during a session on English dining during the Intensive Etiquette Courses at the Institut Villa Pierrefeu in Glion near Montreux, western Switzerland, October 22, 2013. In their heyday before feminism stirred in the 1960s, European aristocrats sent their daughters to finishing schools in safe, neutral Switzerland to polish their manners and prepare them for married life. About half a dozen such schools once flourished in the French-speaking Alps, but the others have closed as young women have instead chosen to attend university and pursue careers. Now part of the demand for the last surviving school is coming from a very different segment of the population - men. Picture taken October 22, 2013. REUTERS/Denis Balibouse (SWITZERLAND - Tags: EDUCATION SOCIETY) 
AUSTRIA-SACHER/DOGS
RTX128LI 
August 02, 2013 
One-and-a-half-year-old Jack Russell Terrier, Ella, stands in front of Hotel Sacher in Vienna July 30,... 
Vienna, Austria 
One-and-a-half-year-old Jack Russell Terrier, Ella, stands in front of Hotel Sacher in Vienna 
One-and-a-half-year-old Jack Russell Terrier, Ella, stands in front of Hotel Sacher in Vienna July 30, 2013. As of last week, hotel guests who cannot bear to leave their four-legged friends at home can book into rooms at the Sacher that have been newly kitted out especially for dogs, with baskets, doggy blankets, feeding bowls, muzzles and leads. Dog-friendly rooms at the Sacher cost a mere 35 euros ($46) on top of the 400 to 5,000 euros ($ 530 to $ 6638) that the hotel charges per night for its rooms and suites, the best of which overlook the neighbouring Vienna Opera. As well as doggy comforts, dog owners will find a rule book on "animal etiquette" when they check into one of the 40 parquet-floored dog rooms at the Sacher. Dogs must be kept on leads in the hotel, and muzzled if they are liable to bite. Picture taken July 30, 2013. REUTERS/Leonhard Foeger (AUSTRIA - Tags: ANIMALS SOCIETY TRAVEL) 
AUSTRIA-SACHER/DOGS
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August 02, 2013 
A painting of two dogs hangs in the "Red Bar" of Hotel Sacher in Vienna July 30, 2013. As of last week,... 
Vienna, Austria 
A painting of two dogs hangs in the "Red Bar" of Hotel Sacher in Vienna 
A painting of two dogs hangs in the "Red Bar" of Hotel Sacher in Vienna July 30, 2013. As of last week, hotel guests who cannot bear to leave their four-legged friends at home can book into rooms at the Sacher that have been newly kitted out especially for dogs, with baskets, doggy blankets, feeding bowls, muzzles and leads. Dog-friendly rooms at the Sacher cost a mere 35 euros ($46) on top of the 400 to 5,000 euros ($ 530 to $ 6638) that the hotel charges per night for its rooms and suites, the best of which overlook the neighbouring Vienna Opera. As well as doggy comforts, dog owners will find a rule book on "animal etiquette" when they check into one of the 40 parquet-floored dog rooms at the Sacher. Dogs must be kept on leads in the hotel, and muzzled if they are liable to bite. Picture taken July 30, 2013. REUTERS/Leonhard Foeger (AUSTRIA - Tags: SOCIETY TRAVEL ANIMALS) 
AUSTRIA-SACHER/DOGS
RTX128LC 
August 02, 2013 
One-and-a-half-year-old Jack Russell Terrier, Ella, sits in the lobby of Hotel Sacher in Vienna July... 
Vienna, Austria 
One-and-a-half-year-old Jack Russell Terrier, Ella, sits in the lobby of Hotel Sacher in Vienna 
One-and-a-half-year-old Jack Russell Terrier, Ella, sits in the lobby of Hotel Sacher in Vienna July 30, 2013. As of last week, hotel guests who cannot bear to leave their four-legged friends at home can book into rooms at the Sacher that have been newly kitted out especially for dogs, with baskets, doggy blankets, feeding bowls, muzzles and leads. Dog-friendly rooms at the Sacher cost a mere 35 euros ($46) on top of the 400 to 5,000 euros ($ 530 to $ 6638) that the hotel charges per night for its rooms and suites, the best of which overlook the neighbouring Vienna Opera. As well as doggy comforts, dog owners will find a rule book on "animal etiquette" when they check into one of the 40 parquet-floored dog rooms at the Sacher. Dogs must be kept on leads in the hotel, and muzzled if they are liable to bite. Picture taken July 30, 2013. REUTERS/Leonhard Foeger (AUSTRIA - Tags: ANIMALS SOCIETY TRAVEL) 
AUSTRIA-SACHER/DOGS
RTX128L8 
August 02, 2013 
One-and-a-half-year-old Jack Russell Terrier, Ella, stands in the lobby of Hotel Sacher in Vienna July... 
Vienna, Austria 
One-and-a-half-year-old Jack Russell Terrier, Ella, stands in the lobby of Hotel Sacher in Vienna 
One-and-a-half-year-old Jack Russell Terrier, Ella, stands in the lobby of Hotel Sacher in Vienna July 30, 2013. As of last week, hotel guests who cannot bear to leave their four-legged friends at home can book into rooms at the Sacher that have been newly kitted out especially for dogs, with baskets, doggy blankets, feeding bowls, muzzles and leads. Dog-friendly rooms at the Sacher cost a mere 35 euros ($46) on top of the 400 to 5,000 euros ($ 530 to $ 6638) that the hotel charges per night for its rooms and suites, the best of which overlook the neighbouring Vienna Opera. As well as doggy comforts, dog owners will find a rule book on "animal etiquette" when they check into one of the 40 parquet-floored dog rooms at the Sacher. Dogs must be kept on leads in the hotel, and muzzled if they are liable to bite. Picture taken July 30, 2013. REUTERS/Leonhard Foeger (AUSTRIA - Tags: SOCIETY TRAVEL ANIMALS) 
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