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Ready to see some of Prague's most beautiful landmarks from a unique vantage point?
You'll gaze at the the Pražský hrad (Prague Castle) and Karlův most (Charles Bridge) seated in a rowing shell on the Vltava River.
It's something rowers and non-rowers alike can appreciate.
On this summer study abroad trip, you'll participate in service work with disabled rowers, interact with youth and adult rowers, and pick up or hone your rowing skills.
You'll end your trip working with local teams on the Primátorky (Mayor's Cup), an international rowing race founded in 1910.
About Czech Culture and Crew
Prerequisite: Swimming test. Pre-departure course with readings and research.
Academic Credit: 2 semester hours
Majors of interest: Open to all students with an interest in rowing
Financial Aid: Need-based aid may be available
Benefit: Make study abroad memories with rowing, new friends and a cool setting.