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Rome, Naples, Venice, Florence - Italy - History Tours

Italy is famous for its art, food and stunning and varied countryside and a whole host of famous monuments and historical buildings, including many World Heritage sites. Rome is the perfect destination for groups wishing to discover historical elements, city culture and religion. The opportunities are endless and especially for students with a particular pursuit in art, architecture, history or religion. Whilst in Rome groups will join our guided tours and take a passage through the ages of this eternal city, which boasts impressive monuments and historic ruins of the Empire, its rulers and Catholic Popes. Visit the famous Coliseum, the Roman Forum, the Imperial Fora, Capitol Hill, Venice Square or the famous Trevi Foutain. A trip to Rome is not complete without discovering the history, art and religion of the smallest state in the world and home to the head of the Catholic Church - The Vatican City. Contact us for more information

The Vatican City, Rome - Italy - Religious Education

After the fall of the Roman Empire the city of Rome continued to be important as the centre of the Christian world. A school tour to Rome will help students understand the history, practice and continuing importance of Catholicism in the world today in what promises to be both an academic and spiritual encounter. Student groups will understand the importance of Rome in beliefs and practices throughout the Christian world. Explore the role of the Catholic Church in the contemporary world.Examine the importance of art in religion. Appreciate the history and development of Catholicism in Rome. Understand religious practices that may not be their own. Evaluate the changing role of religion in everyday life. Explore how people have practiced different religions throughout time and the role these religions have in different cultures. Contact us for more information

Rome, Naples, Venice, Florence, Milan - Italy - Art Tours

Italy, essentially, is art and architecture. From the Romanesque, Gothic, Renaissance, Baroque and Neoclassical periods to some of the best of modern and contemporary design, Italy has produced some of the world's most stunning, beautiful and innovative works. The Renaissance blossomed here, leaving its beautiful evidence behind. Venice, an intricate city of waterways, canals and narrow alleys, is just one example of how Italian architecture captures the imagination. Every city holds great masterpieces, on display for your appreciation - Da Vinci's Last Supper, in Milan; Michelangelo's Sistine Chapel in Rome, and David in Florence; the great cathedral in Pisa, with its famous Leaning Tower. The Roman Middle Ages saw barbarian invasions, civic strife, and the controversial rise of a belligerent papal court, yet despite prolonged periods of turmoil they produced stunningly beautiful works of art, from glowing mosaic vaults and intricately inlaid floors to sophisticated wall paintings which only recently have begun to be accorded their proper place in art history. Religion has played a major role in shaping Italy's past, present and future. In 315 AD, during Constantine's rule, Christianity became the state religion. The church was the source of much of the inspiration - not to mention the funding - for early artists. Galleries and museums in Florence, Venice, Milan, and Rome all exhibit a wealth of religious inspired artwork, dating back to the early days of the first millennium. Contact us for more information

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Join us in Singapore on a 6 night tour inclusive of tournament participation. Junior Rugby Tournament for U12-U16. In 2015 over 140 teams took part across ten age groups resulting in more than 4000 players and spectators attending the 2 day tournament. All tours include a day at Universal Studios, city sightseeing tours and breakfast at Singapore Zoo.
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Remembering Australia at War - France & Belgium-France-History Tours

Paris is the gateway to the historical region of Normandy where Australian history tours have the opportunity to retrace and experience the battlefields and beaches that were an integral part of World War II. This region also provides groups with the opportunity to visit the Belgian Battlefields including sites such as Tyne Cot Cemetery and Polygon Wood. A school history tour to Ypres in Belgium and the Somme in France provides your students with an interesting insight into the conditions and scale or WWI. Listening to the Last Post at Menin Gate or visiting the battlefields of the Somme will prove to be both an educational and humbling experience. Paris is also one of those "must see" cities of Europe and it provides groups with a range of cultural and educational opportunities. Home to endless renowned landmarks, museums and art galleries. No visit would be complete without visiting the Eiffel Tower or the beautiful Notre Dame cathedral.
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BRATISLAVA 6-9 JULY 2017-Europe-Music Festivals

This festival for orchestras and choirs provides an opportunity to participate in and contribute to the rich cultural atmosphere of Bratislava, with opportunities to perform in beautifully ornated churches, concert halls and outdoor settings in the historical centre of the city. Groups may choose to participate on either a non competitive or competitive basis in a variety of different categories.
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Tokyo, Nagasaki, Hiroshima-Japan-History Tours

Retrace the history of World War II and the world's first deployed atomic bomb over the Japanese city of Hiroshima. The explosion wiped out 90 percent of the city and immediately killed 80,000 people; tens of thousands more would later die of radiation exposure. Three days later, another A-bomb landed on Nagasaki, killing an estimated 40,000 people. Japan's Emperor Hirohito announced his country's unconditional surrender in World War II in a radio address on August 15, citing the devastating power of 'a new and most cruel bomb.' Students will have the opportunity to visit the memorial sites and museums that are located in both of these cities.
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Join us on an inspirational tour of Japan's most acclaimed museums and art galleries - fully escorted ex Tokyo. Although the main purpose of this tour is for art appreciation it also explores the various cultural elements that create the fabric of Japanese society. Enjoy galleries located in Harajuku, Ginza and the stunning Roppongi Hills which is also home to some of Tokyo's most modern architecture. The opportunity to travel further afield to discover some of Japan's true art gems including a visit to I.M.Pei designed Miho Museum located in Kyoto or the stunning 21st Century Museum of Contemporary Art in Kanazawa. However an art tour of Japan would not be complete without visiting Naoshima Island home to a magnificent contemporary art collection including Benesse Art Site. Take the opportunity to view artworks by artists such as Hiroshi Sugimoto and James Turrell.
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