The fourth mobility took place in Gălăneşti, Romania close to the Ukrainian border from 1st to 5th April 2019.
We took a tour around the facilities and started ice-breaking activities. We even planted a tree¡
Groups of students developed a workshop related to important news from each country along the week. Last day they had to perform a presentation.
The 2nd of April we departed to Putna where we attended a lesson of Romanian History.
The architecture and decoration of the orthodoxian Monastery of Putna were simply amazing.
We also visited the Dragos Vodă's Wood Church, one of the oldest wooden-built churches in Europe.
And moved to the Cave of Daniil Sihastru. It is said that in this spot pilgrims came to pray and meditate.
We devoted the afternoon to learn the process of making shoes in a local factory
The following day was focused on introducing traditions, culture via trying out several crafts and customs held in the region such as the Centre of black ceramics- Marginea,
and the Egg Museum Vama-Bukovina
Suceviţa Monastery is a must-see destination in this area. In 2010, the monastery was inscribed by UNESCO on its list of World Heritage Sites, as one of the Painted churches of Moldavia.
On Thursday we took a trip to Suceava,
attended a presentation at the National Bank of Romania about the role of NBR in general, and the their banknotes,
The Suceava Fortress,
And Village Museum
Last day students performed their works done during the week and said good bye¡