Kouloura, Veria, Greece, May 8th – 12th, 2023


📋 Welcome programme

📋 Visit to the House of Letters and Arts for school’s exhibition: “Primary School of Kouloura: Ten years of theatrical performances.

📋 Getting to know the traditional costumes of Greece (Presentation: Hellenic Institute of Folk Tradition – Veria)

📋Traditional dances of Greece

📋 Educational Activity: “We recognize and write a few spontaneous words about a hero of a classic fairy tale.”

📋 Visit to the “Museum of Royal Tombs in Vergina” & ” Polycentric Museum of Aigais”

📋 Visit to the Library in the City of Veria

📋 Town Hall in the city of Veria.

📋 “Landing” to the New Waterfront: Visual work “Umbrellas” by Zongolopoulos

📋Alexander the Great & visual depiction of the “Battle of Issus”

📋 History Museum of the city of Thessaloniki, in the “White Tower”

📋Aristotle University of Thessaloniki – workshops with the author Evlampia Tsireli with ¨Eduardo and the Great Rescue¨, a book about acceptance, friendship and selfsacrifice and talk about Literature, Art and the power of the image, with the Museologist, Art Historian and Professor of the Pedagogical Department of the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Mrs. Martha Ioannidou.

📋 Visit to the Monastery “Megalo Meteoro”

📋 Visit to the Museum of Greek Education

📋 Presentation of the Convention on the Rights of the Child

📋 Educational activity: Screening of a video entitled “Refugee Child”

📋 Visit to the “George Melikis ” Folklore Museum

📋 Educational activity: Presentation of the book “Do we play countries?” by the author Chrysanthi Protopsaltou

📋 Environmental route in the “Agios Nikolaos” forest next to the river

📋 Visit to the Archaeological Site of Mieza , to the Aristotle School-Royal Gymnasium, where Alexander the Great and his “classmates”, the generation that was destined to change the world, learned the art of war and were introduced to the principles of Greek philosophy and education

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