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The Romanesque Gardens Of Burgundy

Approximately one hundred 11th and 12th century churches and chapels (either wholly or partially Romanesque) dot the Southern Burgundian landscape. The density of Romanesque buildings is so great in this limited area that it has been called a “Romanesque Garden”. Explore the Charolais-Brionnais, the “Country of Art and History”, where the ‘Romanesque Road’ - part of the European TRANSROMANICA Culture Route – winds its way through these exciting remnants of medieval culture. [More]
$48 Limited inc GST
The Romanesque Gardens Of Burgundy

Approximately one hundred 11th and 12th century churches and chapels (either wholly or partially Romanesque) dot the Southern Burgundian landscape. The density of Romanesque buildings is so great in

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George Gershwin's Journey To Opera

George Gershwin’s first musical job was playing piano at a Catskills Mountains resort. His journey from these beginnings to his opera, Porgy and Bess, is a fascinating one, and includes his great symphonic works, Rhapsody in Blue and An American in Paris. Explore how he grew from a Tin Pan Alley song ‘plugger’ to a great operatic composer. [More]
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George Gershwin's Journey To Opera

George Gershwin’s first musical job was playing piano at a Catskills Mountains resort. His journey from these beginnings to his opera, Porgy and Bess, is a fascinating one, and includes his great

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Jane Seymour

Mistress Jane Seymour, of Wulf Hall in Wiltshire, became the third wife of Henry VIII, less than two weeks after Anne Boleyn was beheaded. A traditional queen, who occupied her time with needlework rather than court intrigues, stirring intellectual debates and religious reform, Jane would prove herself capable of giving Henry his long awaited son and heir, the future Edward VII. Loved and respected by all, and regarded as a ‘lady of great virtue and kindness’. [More]

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