The Romanian Academy in Rome is found atop the Pincian Hill. The villa that houses the institute was constructed by Romanian architect Petre Antonescu, known for developing the national neo-Romanian style of incorporating folk architecture and craftsmanship of the olden days with new modern design. Other than being a cultural center for Romanians studying in Rome, the RA also offers Romanian language courses two hours a week for beginners and intermediates. Along with courses, the academy also hosts various events to help educate others on the richness of Romanian history, art and culture. (See website for full details.)
ACCADEMIA DI ROMANIA
Piazzale José de San Martin, 1
Monday through Friday, 09:00 – 17:00
With the exception of scheduled events, the Academy is closed on Saturdays and Sundays, and also on holidays established by law in Romania.