The hilltop town of Tuscania is located on the border of the Tuscany and Lazio regions of central Italy, south of Florence and not far from Rome, in the breathtaking countryside of the southern Maremma. The curriculum at Lorenzo de’ Medici in Tusc...
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The hilltop town of Tuscania is located on the border of the Tuscany and Lazio regions of central Italy, south of Florence and not far from Rome, in the breathtaking countryside of the southern Maremma. The curriculum at Lorenzo de’ Medici in Tuscania has been designed to promote the historical, artistic and cultural qualities that make this part of Italy unique including courses in Anthropology, Archaeology and Classical Studies, History, Literature, Music, Cinema, and Theatre Studies, Philosophy and Religious Studies, Political Science & International Studies, Sociology, Writing, Culinary & Nutritional Arts, Dance, Music, and Theatre Performance, Film, Video, and Multimedia Production, Painting, Drawing and Mixed Media, Photography, and Italian Language. Tuscania Program also offers 4-week Archaeology Field School program in summer.
Lorenzo de’ Medici – The Italian International Institute has a campus in Tuscania. The school, an elegant and fortified building, is situated in the old town center near the medieval walls. It has a stra-tegic position, being just inside one of the main gates of the ancient town. The building opens onto an ex-quisite internal courtyard with an adjacent lounge/meeting area.