Europe's Unique Regions - Our Personal Experience

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The pupils, guided by the teachers, are supposed to carry out research on any traditional and new non-state holidays celebrated nationwide. In case of the new holidays, it is interesting to indicate when they became popular and to find out where they came from. By the new holidays, we mean these which were not celebrated by the pupils' parents or grandparents:)

The way of presenting the findings is up to the pupils, e.g. articles, quizzes, PowerPoint presentations or films.

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Schools

Estonia: Narva Paju School
Greece: Palekastro Primary School
Italy: Istituto Comprensivo "Via San Biagio Platani"
Poland: Szkoła Podstawowa im. Jana Kasprowicza w Kruszwicy
Romania: Gheorghe Lazar Barcanesti
Spain: Colegio Misioneras de la Providencia - Santa Teresa

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