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About the Institute

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The Norwegian Institute in Rome is a centre for research and education related to archaeology, art and cultural history related to Italy and the Mediterranean.

The institute offers

  • An interdisciplinary, international research environment and work space for researchers
  • Engaging courses for students with excursions and site visits in Rome and beyond
  • A research library and priority access to other libraries, archives, sites and research resources in Rome and elsewhere in Italy

History

The Norwegian Institute in Rome (DniR) was established in 1959, and has since been a meeting place for researchers and students.

 

Organisation

  • Institute council
  • Institute partners

Strategy

Directions

  • From the airport to the Institute
  • Public transport from the center to the Institute

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