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Infinite Human Journey of the Spirit
       
Website www.newrenaissanceflorence.com
Year Established 2005
Program Description A unique workshop that will ignite your creative sparkle and start you on an exciting new adventure into self, spiritual growth and personal fulfillment as you uncover the magnificent riches that lie inside of you.
Number of Programs/Year 7 years
Program Length 5 days
Group Size or S:T Ratio 5-10
Program Focus Fiction, Children's, Screenwriting
Faculty Elizabeth Monroy The author is the Director and Creator of The Florence International Film School located in Florence Italy. www.newrenaissanceflorence.com This is a Film School where English speaking students from all parts of the world come
Costs Private room 775.oo euro Double shared 675.00 Includes all workshops, breakfast, lodging at the beautiful Hotel Royal in the historic center ten minute walk to the Duomo check in Sunday afternoon check out Friday morning.
Global Locations Florence, Italy
Months January, February, March, April, November, December
Sponsor's Calendar Link www.infinitehuman.com
Sponsor's Facebook Page www.facebook.com/elizabeth.monroy.125
Contact eizabeth monroy
Director
Infinite Human Inc.
Via San Zanobi 95
florence, italy 50123
Italy
Phone: 3339436084
E-Mail: creativespiritenterprises@gmail.com

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