Explore Architecture of Ancient Times in Bernini's Rome
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The last date listed for Bernini's Rome: Art and Architecture of the Baroque was Saturday April 27, 2013 / 10:00am.
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Eat at the Hotel's Leatherneck Steakhouse before the show, even on a Sunday when there is only the bar menu...excellent... If u have time be sure to visit the museum & library on the 11th floor...very much worth the time!The Big Gay Comedy Show dining • Apr 14 2014 star this tip starred
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This is a program for people who either had a decent liberal arts education, and want to get back to it after working, or are starting one and would like to learn about a place or time from every angle in a way that is too expensive for schools. "Every angle" means articulate academics to talk to you about what the art was? why it was good? who sponsored and paid for it? what politics or social interest ever motivated them to do it? what was it like for the people then and there? And, always, with live music from the time.