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$3,995 (per person, double occupancy; land only)

In the nearly three decades since the fall of the Wall, no other European city has undergone a greater transformation than Berlin. Bold designs by some of the world's most renowned architects have sparked the city's renaissance, while thought-provoking monuments have redefined her urban space. Immerse yourself in Berlin's boundless energy during a perfect week in this vibrant capital. Experience her landmarks, old and new, and discover why she so richly deserves your undivided attention.

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Day 1: Depart US for Berlin, Germany
Day 2: Berlin
Day 3: Berlin - East Berlin landmarks
Day 4: Berlin
Day 5: Berlin - Museum Island
Day 6: Berlin / Depart for US

**Itinerary and pricing subject to change up until date of brochure publication**

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Jane Carroll and Richard Kremer

Jane Carroll is senior lecturer in art history at Dartmouth, specializing in the art of Northern Europe from late medieval times to the Early Modern period. She has researched and written on Dutch and German art, focusing on how artworks argue for selected religious ideology, both during the reform of the religious Orders and in the Reformation. Her other interests include early prints, and the role of women in the arts especially during the Middle Ages. Recently she has expanded her research to explore depictions of marriage.

A historian of science, Richard Kremer received his Ph.D. from Harvard and joined Dartmouth's Department of History in 1985. Dr. Kremer is author or co-editor of ten books and many articles. His most recent co-edited book, "Instruments on Display", appeared in 2014 (Brill). Dr. Kremer is president of the Scientific Instrument Commission of the International Union for the History and Philosophy of Science and Technology, and he serves as Reviews Editor of the "Journal for the History of Astronomy".

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Dartmouth exclusive
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