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Greece in Focus - Athens

One of the world’s oldest cities, Athens is not only home to the world famous UNESCO World Heritage Site of the Acropolis, but also to many other museums and the classical philosophers Plato and Aristotle. Hailed as the cradle of democracy and birthplace of Western Civilisation, the city oozes history on every corner. Architecture fans can indulge... [More]
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<p>One of the world’s oldest cities, Athens is not only home to the world famous UNESCO World Heritage Site of the Acropolis, but also to many other museums and the classical philosophers Plato and

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19 Jul
$39 Limited

<p>One of the world’s oldest cities, Athens is not only home to the world famous UNESCO World Heritage Site of the Acropolis, but also to many other museums and the classical philosophers Plato and

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19 Jul

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Greece in Focus - The Peloponnese

Formerly known as Morea, the Peloponnese peninsula warrants several days of thorough exploration. Apart from the archaeological site of ancient Olympia, there is the first modern Greek capital of Nafplio with its castle, to discover. The hidden village of Monemvasia, rugged coastlines, winding country roads, ancient olive groves, various battle... [More]
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<p>Formerly known as Morea, the Peloponnese peninsula warrants several days of thorough exploration. Apart from the archaeological site of ancient Olympia, there is the first modern Greek capital of

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02 Aug
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<p>Formerly known as Morea, the Peloponnese peninsula warrants several days of thorough exploration. Apart from the archaeological site of ancient Olympia, there is the first modern Greek capital of

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02 Aug

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Greece in Focus - Crete

Crete, the largest Greek island, belongs to the Top 5 islands in the Mediterranean Sea and is a haven for fans of archaeology and beach lovers alike. But the mountainous landscapes of the island’s interior have their charm, too. Birthplace and playground of Greek gods, the caves and canyons of Crete reek with mythology. The island capital of... [More]
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<p>Crete, the largest Greek island, belongs to the Top 5 islands in the Mediterranean Sea and is a haven for fans of archaeology and beach lovers alike. But the mountainous landscapes of the island’s

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16 Aug
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<p>Crete, the largest Greek island, belongs to the Top 5 islands in the Mediterranean Sea and is a haven for fans of archaeology and beach lovers alike. But the mountainous landscapes of the island’s

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16 Aug

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Greece in Focus - Aegean & Ionian Islands

Island hopping in Greece is a form of travel that can keep one occupied for months, if not years. A virtual two-hour whirlwind visit can naturally only provide some brief glimpses at just a few of the more well-known islands in the Ionian and Aegean Seas. The beaches, the turquoise waters, the glowing sunsets, but also culture and history,... [More]
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<p>Island hopping in Greece is a form of travel that can keep one occupied for months, if not years. A virtual two-hour whirlwind visit can naturally only provide some brief glimpses at just a few of

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30 Aug
$39 Limited

<p>Island hopping in Greece is a form of travel that can keep one occupied for months, if not years. A virtual two-hour whirlwind visit can naturally only provide some brief glimpses at just a few of

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30 Aug

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Greece in Focus - Thessaloniki & North Eastern Greece

Northern Greece is more than just ancient Macedonian sites of Alexander the Great, it is also rugged mountain landscapes, the home of Greek gods, Orthodox churches and monasteries, as well as beach side resorts on the Chalkidikian Coast. Architectural highlights include remnants of Roman, Byzantine and Ottoman buildings from various historical... [More]
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<p>Northern Greece is more than just ancient Macedonian sites of Alexander the Great, it is also rugged mountain landscapes, the home of Greek gods, Orthodox churches and monasteries, as well as beach

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20 Sep
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<p>Northern Greece is more than just ancient Macedonian sites of Alexander the Great, it is also rugged mountain landscapes, the home of Greek gods, Orthodox churches and monasteries, as well as beach

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20 Sep

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Planning Your Greek Itinerary

So much to see and so much to satisfy every interest. Where to start? We cover tips, and vital logistical information that can help you plan every aspect of your travels be they through the mainland, the Greek Islands or the major towns. You will receive information not found in the guidebooks. DELIVERY MODE Face-to-Face COURSE OUTLINE Tips on When... [More]
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<p>So much to see and so much to satisfy every interest. Where to start? We cover tips, and vital logistical information that can help you plan every aspect of your travels be they through the

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06 Aug

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Unrecognised Statelets in Europe and the Caucasus

There are a number of unrecognised statelets in Europe and the Caucasus: Transnistria, Donetsk People's Republic, Luhansk People's Republic, the Autonomous Republic of Crimea, South Ossetia, Northern Cyprus, Nagorno-Karabach, Abkhazia and others. These unresolved conflicts envelope many countries: Russia, Turkey, Armenia, Greece, Cyprus, Moldavia,... [More]
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<p>There are a number of unrecognised statelets in Europe and the Caucasus: Transnistria, Donetsk People's Republic, Luhansk People's Republic, the Autonomous Republic of Crimea, South Ossetia,

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05 Aug

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The 13th Century: A Global Perspective

In the 13th century the monarchs of western Europe were dominated by the papacy and identified as rulers of western Christendom. The 4th-12th Crusades which ended in 1298 failed to control the Holy City of Jerusalem. The vast Mongol empire of Genghis Khan and his descendants expanded into eastern Europe and throughout China. Marco Polo’s travels in... [More]
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<p>In the 13th century the monarchs of western Europe were dominated by the papacy and identified as rulers of western Christendom. The 4th-12th Crusades which ended in 1298 failed to control the Holy

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12 Aug

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Animals in the Ancient World

This course will examine the relationship between humans and animals such as cats, dogs and horses from the Neolithic to the Roman period using iconographical and literary sources from ancient cultures including those of Egypt, the Near East, Greece and Rome. It will primarily study companion animals, but will also include material on birds,... [More]
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<p>This course will examine the relationship between humans and animals such as cats, dogs and horses from the Neolithic to the Roman period using iconographical and literary sources from ancient

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31 Aug

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Political Forum: Five Women in Focus

The focus of this course will be on five women whose profile on the world scene has had great worth and influence within their nation’s political forum. The lives of the following will be studied - Benazir Bhutto: A tenacious surviving remnant of a Pakistani political dynasty; Aung San Suu Kyi:, Nobel prize winner, democratically elected (still... [More]