Royal Academy of Spain in Rome.

Erasmus Campus has partnered with the Royal Spanish Academy in Rome.

Part of the cultural program of the Academy will be offered to all members.

The Royal Spanish Academy in Rome was founded in 1873, during the reign of the first Spanish republic, headed by Nicolas Salmeron.
Currently, the Royal Spanish Academy in Rome maintains, as written in the Regulations, the main objective of artistic and humanistic makers, restorers and researchers, with the ultimate goal of achieving greater cultural presence in Italy and Spain to improve the understanding of cultures of both countries. Since 2001, the Royal Academy has also opened its doors to artists and scholars of Latin American countries, making a bridge between the two continents and strengthening cultural ties between Europe and Latin America.

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Welcome back to! We hope you’re suitably rested and ready for the exciting events and campaigns we’ve got lined up for you this term. We’re still beavering away behind the scenes to get the site finished for you—so watch this space.