You will be amazed by the architecture, history and culture of these two neighbouring countries -- your experiences enriched by local experts and our own Ed Keall, curator Emeritus and University of Toronto professor
Inspired by the ROM's renowned Chinese collections, celebrate the ROM's centenary on a trip specially designed by Dr. Chen Shen, ROM Vice-President, World Cultures
Are you an adventurer in search of the road less travelled? Discover the surreal landscapes, rich history, culture and wildlife of unspoiled Namibia.
Please join us for an Information Night to learn more about this fascinating trip. Justin Peter, Senior Naturalist, Worldwide Quest, will present “An Introduction to the Nature and Wildlife of Namibia”.
Wednesday, April 16, 2014
6:00 pm – plan to arrive any time after 5:30 pm
Enter the ROM using the Staff Entrance, located in the alley between the ROM and the Planetarium building, near the Museum subway entrance.
RSVP to Dianne Armstrong at 416.489.8682 or email@example.com
All that there is to see, do and experience in India can be found in South India - heritage sites, forts, monuments, beaches, wildlife sanctuaries, pilgrimage sites for Hindus, Muslims and Christians, handicrafts, textiles, and exquisite cuisines.
Samarkand, Tashkent, Bukhara and Khiva: cities in today’s Uzbekistan where we can still see the legacy of the romantic and sophisticated Silk Road.
Tuesday, June 17, 2014 at the ROM
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