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The Archaeology Channel Tours
Established
1999
Program Description
Unique, expert-guided tours annually to iconic sites in countries of prime archaeological and cultural-heritage interest, by nonprofit Archaeological Legacy Institute.
Programs/Year
3+
Program Length
10+ days
Group Size or S:T Ratio
10-25
Program Focus
Culture/History/Heritage, Archaeology, Art/Architecture/Design
Faculty
Archaeological professionals.
Costs
See site for details.
Global Locations
Yucatan,
Iran
Oman
Months
Year round
Contact
Bruce Gardner
Executive Assistant
Archaeological Legacy Institute
4147 East Amazon Drive
Eugene, OR 97405-4660
North America
Phone: 541-345-5538
E-Mail:
cell# 541-515-5976
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