Literary time travel
India - World Power without Pretensions?
It's going to be explosive on Sat, July 2, 2022. On Family Day, children and their parents can experience what makes volcanoes so impressive and dangerous at the same time. With a lecture and experiments, a volcanologist from the University of Heidelberg and students will provide insight into volcanoes and their secrets; an archaeologist will shed light on the eruption of Mount Vesuvius and its effects on Pompeii; in addition, there will be three exciting hands-on stations where you can let it rip, do arts and crafts, and make your own lava slime. Admission is free.
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Sat, 25th June 20221:30 pm
Sat, 25th June 20228:00 pm
Mon, 27th June 20226:00 pm
Tue, 28th June 20228:00 pm
Cultural events, Library, U20
Wed, 29th June 20224:00 pm
Sat, 2nd July 202212:00 pm
Mon, 4th July 20226:00 pm
Wed, 6th July 20224:00 pm
Thu, 7th July 20225:00 pm
In our film, friends, supporters and sponsors of the DAI are provided a forum and describe the significance of the cultural centre for them personally and why the DAI has become an indispensable part of the cultural scene in the Rhine-Neckar metropolitan region.
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