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WATER SOURCES AND SANITATION POLAND - GDANSK 24/31 May 2018

Thursday 24st May 2018 - Naples Capodichino Airport h 7,30 p.m
ERASMUS TEAM: CONCETTA CARDINALE, MARIAGRAZIA MARIMPIETRI, ANTONIO D'AVINO, DANIELE MUSELLA, MATTEO NAVATO, ALESSANDRO POLVERINO, FRANCESCO SENA.
h 10,30 p.m. Gdansk airport "Lech Walesa": new friends're waiting
Friday 25st May Szkoła Podstawowa nr 19 w Gdańsk Poland
ERASMUS PROJECT: POLAND, TURKEY, PORTUGAL, GREECE AND ITALY
Szkoła Podstawowa nr 19 w Gdańsk
DECORATIONS

WATER AS A FOUNTAIN OF LIFE the show made by polish students

WELCOME: the Headmster Pawel Zaremba
WATER DANCE
POLISH BALLET
MAGDA WITH DANCING FLOWERS
all together!
Visiting the school: in the classroom
Coffee, tea break and cakes

Sightseeing with a guide (St. Mary’s Church, Museum of History of Gdańsk)

Main Town Hall - Neptun Fountain -Long street (Dluga)

According to legend, the Neptune Fountain, next to the Town Hall, once gushed forth with the trademark Gdańsk liqueur, Goldwasser. As the story goes, it spurted out of the trident one merry night and Neptune found himself endangered by crowds of drunken locals. The bronze statue was the work of Flemish artist Peter Husen; it was made between 1606 and 1613 and is the oldest secular monument in Poland. A menagerie of stone sea creatures was added in the 1750s during the restoration of the fountain.

Saturday, 26.05.2018 – National Sailing Center Gdansk University of Physical Education and Sport

The National Sailing Centre in Górki Zachodnie is the sailing base of the Academy. This most modern Centre is beautifully located at the mouth of the Vistula Śmiała river.

Water and beach activities

travel by coach to the National Sailing Center

Water sport

Beach activities

Now we are "sea wolves"

Writing on the sand

Graduates... Sailors ;-)

beach games
Gdansk

Sunday, 27.05.2018 – Malbork Castle

Malbork Castle is one of the country’s most impressive historical sites and attracts hundreds of thousands of visitors every year. Made up of three distinctly different ensembles known as the High Castle, Middle Castle and Outer Bailey and surrounded by a vast dry moat, the most impressive sights all lie within the High Castle, the Brethren Knights’ original monastery, and the Middle Castle which served as the centre of the Teutonic Knights’ political activity. Many rooms are open to the public, including during the summer a wonderful recreation of the Castle’s mill hidden away in a garden in the southwest corner of the High Castle. The UNESCO protected Malbork Castle came to prominence in 1309 when the Teutonic Knights made it their military and political headquarters. Malbork is the largest brick castle in the world, which at its height covered a total of 21 hectares, was the centrepiece in what was once a ring of 120 castles surrounding the Teutonic Knights’ territory
The Stadion Energa Gdańsk previously called the Baltic Arena and PGE Arena Gdańsk, is a football stadium in Gdańsk, Poland. It is used mostly for football matches and is the home stadium of Lechia Gdańsk currently playing in the Ekstraklasa. The Stadium is located on ul. Pokoleń Lechii Gdańsk in the northern part of the city The capacity of the stands is 41,620 spectators, all seated and roofed. The stadium is the largest arena in Ekstraklasa and the third largest in the country (after National Stadium and Silesia Stadium). The stadium was also one of the designated venues for the finals of Euro 2012

SOPOT is a city with powiat (county) status, in Pomeranian Voivodeship. Until 1999 it was part of the Gdańsk Voivodeship. It lies between the larger cities of Gdańsk to the southeast and Gdynia to the northwest. The three cities together make up the metropolitan area of Tri-City. Sopot is a major health-spa and tourist resort destination. It has the longest wooden pier in Europe, at 515.5 metres, stretching out into the Bay of Gdańsk. The city is also famous for its Sopot International Song Festival, the largest such event in Europe after the Eurovision Song Contest

Krzywy Domek - View of the pier -Beach in Sopot

Monday, 28.05.2018 – Workshop about water

Workshop – about water

Walk through the park to the school

Park Oruński

AT SCHOOL: Farewell meeting

ACTIVITY WITH dr EWA PIOTROWSKA - UNIVERSITY OF GDANSK : WATER , THE SOURCE OF LIFE

Tuesday, 29.05.2018 – Gdańsk from the water

A boat trip to Westerplatte

A large protective arm smothering Gdansk’s Nowy Port to its south, the peninsula of Westerplatte first sprang to fame as a popular health resort in the middle of the 19° century, although it’s as a military zone and the place where the opening shots of WW II were fired that Westerplatte is more notoriously remembered. The Polish troops on Westerplatte were in effect a crack unit, by now numbering around 200 troops, whose orders were to hold for 24 hours in the event of an attack to give air, ground and sea forces the opportunity to support them from mainland Poland. The speed and strength of the German attack put paid to that plan almost immediately with the Polish navy caught out in the Bay of Gdansk and the bulk of the air support from Puck destroyed on the ground.
Westerplatte Monument in memory of the Polish defenders

Meeting at the City Hall

Meeting at the City Hall

MAGDA, ANASTASIA, ANTONIO E LUKASZ... FOREVER FRIENDS!

Wednesday, 30.05.2018 THE MUSEUM OF W W II

World War II began with Germany’s attack on Poland at the Polish military base at the Westerplatte Peninsula on September 1, 1939 and it’s therefore appropriate that this remarkable museum, opened in March 2017, should have been built in the city. A conflict that would go onto claim the lives of an estimated 55 million people is a both a huge and complicated story to tell but this exhibition which tells the story with one eye always on the experience of Poland, does in our opinion achieve that quite brilliantly. The museum grounds cover almost 2.5 acres, while the building covers 26,000 square meters. The building is very pointedly divided into three spheres, which reflect the connection between the past, present, and future: the past — the underground, the present — the square surrounding the building, the future — the leaning tower with the glass façade and ceiling reaching up to 40.5 meters. The tower houses, for instance, a library with a reading room, lecture and conference rooms, and will eventually be home to a café and a restaurant on the top floor with a panorama of Gdańsk.
Goodbay Gdansk! Thank to everyone for this memorable experience! By Italian team
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