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We are travelling together - final presentation

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Waving goodbye
GUESS THE CITY
LOCOMOTIVES AND WAGON
GUESS THE CITY
CHRISTMAS CARDS FROM FRANCE
Sustainable contracts for people working in the train
GUESS THE CITY
CHRISTMAS CARDS FROM GERMANY
GERMAN TEAM
ONE TRAIN FOR EUROPE
TICKET FOR JOURNEY
PROPOSAL: Cologne Cathedral
Cologne Cathedral is one of the most magnificent churches in Christendom. It is not only famous for its size but also for its pure Gothic style. The landmark is one of the various tourist destinations in Germany. Every day 10,000 people visit the cathedral. Instead of boring you with a lot of information - that you can easily find on the internet or here - I would like to draw your attention to a very interesting detail: The foundation stone of the Gothic Cathedral was laid on 15 August 1248. Imagine, this sandstone came from a quarry close to our hometown Minden – from Obernkirchen.
What makes the sandstone so special?
The stone is very durable and even the most filigree design elements can withstand the environment for generations
Even dinosaur tracks have been found in the quarry.
Great architects have been building impressive buildings around the world with the sandstone from Obernkirchen. Here are a few examples:

The White House in Washington DC. , USA
The Cité Judiciaire (Justice Palace) in Luxembourg
The Plenary in the German Bundestag
The National Theatre in Oslo, Norway
The Cologne cathedral in Germany
The Siegessäule in Berlin, Germany
The Baltimore Cathedral in Baltimore, USA
The Katharinen-palace in St. Petersburg, Russia
And the “Mindener Dom” –cathedral in Minden, Germany
So I think the example of our "sandstone" from Oberkirchen shows that we are and always have been connected and that we are all important – no matter where we are from! We can contribute something of importance, even it is "only" a stone !!! :)
Proposals for local World Heritage Sites
Dear eTwinners,

on 19th October we visited the Westphalian State Museum for Rural History and Culture. It is Germany's largest open-air museum! The museum wants to preserve evidence of historical culture in our countryside and to present it to the public. So we and future generations will see how life in earlier centureies used to be. We think this "museum" should be a UNESCO Word Heritage Site. After getting to know our own culture we will suggest two further local buildings in Minden to the UNESCO!
In the picture you can see various animals belonging to the museum. The windmill is one of the biggest landmarks there. It is verry important that the all species of animals, the different old trees, flowers and the old houses are preserved.
LOCOMOTIVE AND WAGON
POLISH TEAM
FROM LUKOW
TICKET FOR JOURNEY
Tarnowskie Góry in Poland
'An outstanding example of a type of building, architectural or technological ensemble or landscape which illustrates significant stages in human history'
It was the mine of lead, silver and zinc ore in Tarnowskie Góry, which was entered onto the list of UNESCO World Heritage Site on 9 of July 2017. They are above all, monuments associated with mining located in the town names Tarnowskie Góry (south of Poland).
Extraction of lead, silver and zinc used to take several centuries, so there remained a huge system of excavations, sidewalks, chambers, shafts. Underground corridors are stretching under the surface of town.
Extraction of lead, silver and zinc used to take several centuries, so there remained a huge system of excavations, sidewalks, chambers, shafts. Underground corridors are stretching under the surface of town.
Whole is a unique technical team that is a masterpiece of underground engineering. Around the mining buildings is a beautiful city park, which it was founded in 1903. We chose those place, because it is an outstanding example of a type of architectural ensemble or landscape which illustrates significant stage in human history. The period of time when In Poland noble ores were mind.

Mine tour begins at museum of mining of metal-ores in the over-shaft building. Tourist route has a lenght of 1700 m and about 40 m deep, including to row by boats on distance about 270 m. long. The tour time of museum and the underground tourist route is nearly 1,5 hour.

Upstairs it is also situated the steam engines open air museum. The temperature in the Mine, though constant, is low 10 C.
The Historic Silver Mine is also handicap accessible. There is a possibility of foreign language touring (English, German, Russian, Czech).
PROPOSAL: World Heritage Site in our region
We chose the church dedicated to the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary, because we claimed it is unique and beautiful. It’s age and appearance testifies to craft of builders and talent of designers. The church is located in Stoczek Łukowski – small town 30 kilometers far from Łuków (where is our school). It was being built from 1909 to 1923. It is representing the neo-Gothic style. It was consecrated by Bishop Henryk Przeździecki on June 17, 1934
The church consists of a beautiful presbytery and side aisles. In the front tower of the building there is a choir, which consists of three parts. The balconies are decorated with reliefs of angels with outstretched wings and the windows - with stained glass windows with floral motifs.
Rosettes filled with stained glass are placed above the galleries. Behind the great altar is a window with a stained glass window of the church's title. In our opinion, the church in Stoczek deserves to be called a monument inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage List.
CHRISTMAS CARDS FROM LUKOW, POLAND
POLISH TEAM
FROM WROCLAW
TICKET FOR JOURNEY
Sustainable detergents used in our train
GUESS THE CITY
CHRISTMAS CARDS FROM WROCLAW, POLAND

LOCOMOTIVES AND WAGON
FRENCH TEAM
BULGARIAN TEAM
TICKET FOR JOURNEY
ITALIAN TEAM FROM MODENA
ITALIAN TEAM FROM CERVIA
TICKET FOR JOURNEY
TICKET FOR JOURNEY
TICKET FOR JOURNEY
Sustainable food
UNESCO game
Team building
GUESS THE CITY
GUESS THE CITY
GUESS THE CITY
CHRISTMAS CARDS FROM BULGARIA
CHRISTMAS CARDS FROM CERVIA, ITALY
LOCOMOTIVE AND WAGON
CHRISTMAS CARDS FROM MODENA, ITALY
LOCOMOTIVE AND WAGON
LOCOMOTIVE AND WAGON
LOCOMOTIVE AND WAGON
Ferrara, city of the Renaissance
Located in Emilia Romagna, in the low Po valley, Ferrara history is profoundly tied to that of the d'Este Family, who made the city (between the 13th and 16th Centuries) a jewel of the Renaissance meriting a place in the UNESCO World Heritage list in 1995.
PROPOSAL: World Heritage Site in our region
Cervia's salt pans

We would like to propose, as a World heritrage site, a national site called Cervia’s salt pans. The origins of Cervia salt pans date back to very ancient times. Somebody links them to the Etruscans, others to the Greek colonization quoting, in order to support this hypothesis, the old place name of Cervia, Ficocle, of Greek origins. Anyway, one thing is certain: the salt production in these areas was already flourishing and source of rich trades at the times of the Romans. In the Middle Ages, the salt of Cervia was essential for the economy of the whole Romagna and even some areas of Lombardy. And it covers gradually broader salt pans.

We have chosen Cervia’s salt pans because they meet at least 3 out of the UNESCO criteria. Cervia's salt pans meets the first criterion because they are an example of human genius, they are also an example of tradition and culture (third criterion) and of natural natural habitat with birds like flamingoes linving there (seventh criterion).
FOUR DENOMINATIONS DISTRICT IN WROCLAW
It's a place which includes almost side by side (within a distance of 300 m) places of worship of four different denominations (Orthodox, Judaism, Catholic, Protestant). It's a place of various religious, cultural and social events which are to promote tolerance! It's also called District of Mutual Respect.

In order to strengthen the cooperation between the denominations, the Council of the Mutual Respect District was appointed and has been in operation since 1996.

We believe it's important to respect other religious beliefs, to live in peace and friendship and to promote tolerance. We think that Four Denominations District could meet Selection Criteria ii and vi.

We visited Four Denominations District last year, worked with maps and some questionnaires (you can see it in photos below) and now we've collected information and photos in Google docs (during our lesson last week) and below we want to share it with you.
Temples:
- Orthodox Cathedral of the Birth of the Most Holy Mother of God;
- St Anthony of Padua Church;
- Roman Catholic temple, the White Stork Synagogue;
- Protestant Augsbourg Divine Providence Church;

​Location: It consists of the area between the streets Kazimierza Wielkiego,
Św. Mikołaja, Pawła Włodkowica and Św. Antoniego.
Cultural Events:
The Four Denominations District hosts many cultural and educational events.
The Synagogue is a place of special meaning. It hosts many artistic events,
every summer there are concerts and exhibitions organised under the name
“Summer in The White Stroke Synagogue”

Places:
Multiple restaurants, cafés, pubs and music clubs are situated in the Four
Denominations District. Nearby there are Crystal Planet, beautiful Marketplace,
Helios cinema. It is the first cinema in Poland devoted to artistic films and
hosts the most important film festivals in Wrocław.
Our visit to Four Denominations District:
Dear eTwinners,
On the 15th October our class went for a walk in the Old Town of Plovdiv. We had an Art Tour. The Old Town is an open air museum and it's the favourite place for the young and the old. Here you can see beautiful examples of our historical past. You can find remains from the settlement of the first settlers, remains from the Roman times when the town was called Philipopolis /Philip's city/ and Trimontsium /city on three hills/. Then the city grew bigger and it spread around the three hills in the centre. There are seven hills altogether and the river Maritsa runs through it.
PROPOSAL: OLD TOWN OF PLOVDIV
We live in Plovdiv, the second biggest city in Bulgaria. It's one of the oldest in the world and we are very proud with our history.
If you come to Plovdiv, you will see the seven hills on which it is built. They are a little piece of green nature in the busy city. Then you can have a long walk through our Old town where you will be amazed by the beautiful old-fashioned houses from the Bulgarian Revival. They have quiet small gardens which are turned into cafes and restaurants where you can have a rest after visiting the museums and galleries in the houses. There you can feel the atmoshere of the place, especially in summer, with many young people visiting the cafes and you can enjoy the music coming from the Ancient theatre as Verdi's nights take place there. It's a stage under the starry sky which is never empty.
You can also see the Regata venue which is the best place for outdoor activities. If you don't go canoeing, you can ride a bike there.
Another special place is the Main street with the beautiful houses and the pedestrian area which is a favourite place for everybody with its shops and cafes and street musicians. In the middle of the Main street you can see the remains of the Roman theatre - another amazing place.
Video chat with our teachers and students
Letters of welcome
Our train menu
Train conversations
Our imagination let us create new games and play them together
Activities which we have done in this project
Logo of the project
The perfect journey
We talked about behaviour
in a train
We listened to music
Talking about details of our journey
Welcome
to our project
Aims of our project
Travelling together by train
Visiting European cities
Knowing World Culture Heritage
monuments
Joint action in organisation of the
journey
The train as a means of transport
Which World Heritage Sites
we visited
Our proposals for local World Heritage Sites
Waving goodbye
UNESCO TEST
Our opinions about the project
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