March 22 - April 10, 2023
Over EASTER  Break

March 23 - April 3
Liceo Deledda in Genova
Linguistic School


April 3-10 Trip to Central Europe:

Augusta Raurica, Switzerland

Aalen, Trier, Aachen, Köln, Xanten, Detmold, Kalkriese in Germany

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Augusta Raurica

Augusta Raurica is a Roman archaeological site and an open-air museum in Switzerland located on the south bank of the Rhine river about 20 km east of Basel near the villages of Augst and Kaiseraugst. It is the site of the oldest known Roman colony on the Rhine.


The Roman Limes Museum in Aalen, Germany sits beside the largest Roman Limes Fort north of the alps and is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The principle theme of the museum is the occupation of Southern Germany by the Romans in 200 A.D.


Founded by the Romans, it contains several well-preserved Roman structures like the Porta Nigra gate, the ruins of Roman baths, an amphitheater just outside the center and a stone bridge over the Moselle River. The Archaeological Museum displays Roman artifacts. Among Trier’s many Catholic churches is Trier Cathedral. Trier is the oldest town in Germany.


Aachen developed from a Roman settlement and thermae (bath complex), subsequently becoming the preferred medieval Imperial residence of Emperor Charlemagne of the Frankish Empire, and, from 936 to 1531, the place where 31 Holy Roman Emperors were crowned Kings of the Germans.


Cologne was founded and established in Germanic Ubii territory in the 1st century CE as the Roman Colonia Agrippina, Cologne functioned as the capital of the Roman province of Germania Inferior and as the headquarters of the Roman military in the region until occupied by the Franks in 462.


Xanten is known for the Archaeological Park, one of the largest archaeological open air museums in the world, built at the site of the Roman settlements Colonia Ulpia Traiana. Other attractions include the medieval town centre with Xanten Cathedral.


Detmold is a city in the Teutoburg Forest region of Western Germany. Teutoburg Forest is the name of a low mountain range that begins right on the southwestern borders of the city. It was presumed by 19th century historians to be identic with the saltus Teutoburgiensis of Roman annals, site of a decisive battle between Roman troops commanded by general Publius Quinctilius Varus and a confederation of Teutonic tribes under the leadership of the Cheruscian lord Arminius (whose name was later Germanised to "Hermann") in 9 AD. "Hermann the Cheruscian" was idealised as a German national hero during the 19th-century spirit of romantic nationalism. Archaeological digs since 1988 have identified the actual site of the battle, Kalkriese hill, near Osnabrück and Minden.


In September 9 CE, the Romans suffered one of the greatest defeats in their history in the Teutoburg Forest. Three legions (the Seventeenth, Eighteenth, and Nineteenth) were destroyed; general Publius Quintilius Varus was forced to commit suicide. The site of one of the fights of this battle has been discovered at Kalkriese, north of modern Osnabrück.


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