Center for Lifelong Learning
Study Travel in
Norway

Faculty Leader:

Margaret Hayford O'Leary
Professor of Norwegian
St. Olaf College

16 DAYS
JUNE 13 - 28, 2001
Optional Iceland stopover June 28-30

Day-By-Day Itinerary: Norway
Itinerary: Optional Iceland Extention
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Join friends of St. Olaf College for a distinctive Study Travel opportunity. Norway has a special place in the hearts of Oles, and this program will emphasize that connection. Through informal lectures and talks, I hope to enhance your appreciation for the cultural and historical bonds between Norway and St. Olaf. The program includes time in the countryside as well as visits to Norway's three largest cities: Oslo, Bergen and Trondheim. With the aid of Group Travel Directors, I have designed a unique itinerary that helps you discover and explore contemporary and historical Norwegian culture including the Vikings, folklore, folk music and art. You'll have ample opportunity to enjoy the beauty of the fjords and mountains while traveling aboard coastal steamers and a private coach. Please join us for this special Study Travel. You'll enjoy immersing yourself in Norway's culture, history and arts.

Margaret Hayford O'Leary
Professor of Norwegian
St. Olaf College

For more information contact:

Heidi Quiram, Program Director
Center for Lifelong Learning
St. Olaf College
1520 St. Olaf Avenue
Northfield, MN 55057
Toll-free: 866-255-6523
Tel: 507-646-3629
Email:
quiram@stolaf.edu
Center for Lifelong Learning
St. Olaf College
1520 St. Olaf Avenue
Northfield, MN 55057
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