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Pomp and circumstance of Rome

N.B. This course is taught in Dutch.
 
In this Splendour of Rome course, you will visit Rome from the comfort of your armchair, in 5 lessons: Europe's art-historical treasury, also called the "eternal city". To inspire your (own) visit, to prepare for our trip or just to enjoy. According to teacher Hanneke Lenders, Rome is the most beautiful city in Europe. She therefore takes you along the highlights and hidden gems. Rome is the city par excellence where all of Western art history is there for the taking. From Roman Emperors, early Christianity, the Renaissance and the Baroque and great figures such as Emperor Constantine, Michelangelo, Raphael, Bernini and Caravaggio. You will find Roman temples, the earliest Christian basilicas, the grandeur of the popes and the Baroque splendour of the Counter-Reformation. Chronologically, we will go through the city and discuss the art historical context, always zooming in on what is worth visiting. After completing this course, you will know everything you need to know for a successful visit to this city.

 

How does that work online?

You take this course online from your own computer or tablet. All you need is a good internet connection and sound. Teacher and images will appear on your screen automatically. If you cannot attend 'live', you can watch the replay afterwards. Registration is therefore still possible until after lesson 2 of the course.

 

Free trial lesson

Want to know if this course and taking it online is for you? You can join lesson 1 of this course as a free trial lesson without any obligations. You can register for this free trial lesson directly via this link.

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Reviews of this course

Many thanks for another barrel of fascinating surprises and facts from inexhaustible Rome. I heard a lot of news and enjoyed reading back the handouts. We have already been to Rome once, but now definitely 'need' to go back again! In short, a boundless enrichment !
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