WELCOME TO GEORGE VOEVIDCA LOWER SECONDARY SCHOOL FROM CAMPULUNG MOLDOVENESC
www.campulungmoldovenesc.ro GEORGE VOEVIDCA LOWER SECONDARY SCHOOL
A Short History of Our School On the 1 st of November, 1884 Capusatului School is founded. * 19th October, 1891 /Capusatului Common School becomes independent. Between 1935-1937 the present-day right wing of the school is built. In 1942 - the East wing of the school becomes operational and the kindergarten is set up. In 1973 the school building is enlarged with four more classrooms and a workshop. On the 8th December 2001 the school is named George Voevidca.
- Romanian, Foreign Languages, Mathematics, History, Geography, Computer Studies, Physics, Chemistry, Biology laboratories; - Kindergarten, Library, Sports Grounds, Festivity Hall, Ethnographical Museum, Consulting Room. The school endowment, which is good and improves constantly, consists in:
The teaching at our school is performed by 27 well - trained, highly-professional teachers. We are very proud of our former pupils because many of them are now teachers (some are even secondary school principals), physicians, engineers, accountants, officers, ministers and remarkable students.
This year we intend to provide our pupils with fine, quality education, to get better results in the school competitions we are to take part in, to answer every pupils urge to feel competitive.
The pupils are proud of their tradition and never forget about our heroes
The town is situated in a picturesque area, on the river Moldova, at the foot of Rarau Mountain (621m altitude), 70 km away from Suceava. In 1411 the town was for the first time mentioned in documents.
Monument "Dragos Voda and bison" is a sculptural symbol of our city. It was made of bronze by the sculptor Ion Jalea (1887-1983), located in the central square near the new building of the House of Culture. Monument is depicting Prince Dragos Voda, founder of Moldova, riding a horse with a mace in hand intending to hit a buffalo that attacked him.
Rarau and Giumalau mountains are very close to the north of the valley of Bistrita. The wild, weird rock shapes have wrapped the mysterious and magical places. For those who loves mountains Campulung Moldovenesc is the perfect destination.
The Art of wood Museum. It presents a rich ethnographic material which reveals the skills of the inhabitants along the centuries. I. Tugui collection. It is a less usual collection that contains over 4500 wooden spoons(from Romania and from some other countries in the world). POINTS OF INTEREST IN CAMPULUNG MOLDOVENESC
There are many tourist attractions in Bukovina: some are unique in the world, as the enchanting monasteries with their churches.
Marginea Ceramics is already a well- known brand. Historians date the beginning of pottery at Marginea in 1500. Pottery appeared due to the necessity of storing food. Decorated eggs, either dyed or decorated with beads, are characteristic of our part of the country, Bukovina.
Once you have visited this marvelous land of Bucovina, you will certainly wish you saw other beautiful regions in our lovely country. The Black Sea, the Danube Delta and the Carpathians gather a blessed space that any person would like to see. History and tradition blend wherever you are in this country. For this reason, SIBIU was elected as Europe's cultural capital in 2007. Romania is one of the large countries of Europe, with a population of approx. 22 million inhabitants. Along with the Romanians, Hungarians, Germans, Serbs, Turks and other minorities also live in the country.
Constantin Brâncui (February 19, 1876 – March 16, 1957) was a Romanian-born sculptor who made his career in France. As a child he displayed an aptitude for carving wooden farm tools. Brâncuşi is famous for,, The column of the Infinite.RomaniansculptorFrancefarm tools
So is the Danube Delta, the largest natural reserve in Europe, a paradise for fishermen and birdwatchers – a wild land with just a few fishermen villages and only waterways (no roads, no cars).
Cazanele Dunarii (the Danube's Boilers) represent a sector of the Danube's defile when passing through the Carpathian Mountains. The deep currents are very strong an on the surface and the water seems to boil.
The Transalpina located in the Parâng Mountains group, in the Southern Carpathians of Romania, is one of the most spectacular roads of the Carpathian Mountains. It connects south to the north.Parâng Mountains groupSouthern CarpathiansRomania Carpathian Mountains It is said that the road was built under King Carol II and rebuilt during World War II by German troops and it is called The King's Road by the locals.King Carol IIWorld War IIGerman troops