The headmaster of Katerini school Mr Athanasios Konstantinou tells us about the participation of Katerini school in the project and the best moment of it.
We don´t remember days we remember moments. Looking at this album, you will remember those moments . We have kept all these memories in this Hoffman
Ane Aguirre and Lorea Telletxea have visited Magalarte Lezama winery where our txakoli (a slightly sparkling, very dry white wine with high acidity and low alcohol content) is produced.
Lorea Telletxea has prepared us an article to explain to us a tradition in the Basque Country in San Juan night which is carried out in the town Usansolo where she lives.
The first year of the project has ended and we deserve a rest . We have packed our Erasmus + and we are ready to travel this summer. Enjoy your holidays !!
Have you realised our mayor is holding a packet of chewing gum? Would you like to know why? If you keep on reading this article , you will find all the answers to these questions.
We disseminated the projectin the Berritzegune of Zaratamo. All the high schools of the area attended it. We made a brief presentation of the importance of our Basque heitage as part of our identity.
Greek students and Basque students show their partners how to dance a traditional Basque dance zazpi jauzi and a Greek one hasapiko. When C4 mobility took place students danced together .
The symbolism has its origins in Ancient Greece and Greek Mythology when Athena, the goddess of prudence and knowledge, was impressed by her big eyes and serious appearance.
Do you know that tug of war was practiced as a competition and as a physical exercise in order to train for another sports? You will be surprised to learn that it was practised in ancient Greece.