A new monument will be erected in the gardens of Piazza Venezia in memory of those who died during the liberation of Rome from Nazi occupation. The work, created by sculptor Alessio Paternesi, will be placed where the current memorial stone stands in the gardens beside the Chiesa di S. Maria di Loreto. City authorities hope the opening ceremony will take place on 4 June, the 62nd anniversary of the liberation.
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Period of hire: January 8 - March 29 (could be extended but these are the dates for now) Frequency: 4 days a week Requirements: Certified Counselor, Experience working w...
International School in North Rome seeks qualified English mother-tongue teacher for full time position. A minimum of 2 years experience teaching in Kindergarten/Elementary is requ...
Mother tongue English teachers (UK, USA, Australia, ZA, New Zealand, Ireland) permanently BASED IN ROME willing and happy to teach childrem from 3 to 9, from JAN 2018. Interactive...