Presentation on theme: "Comenius project "One but not the same" - the uniting diversity of culture in Europe."— Presentation transcript:
Comenius project "One but not the same" - the uniting diversity of culture in Europe
Bucharest and Our School The School The Romanian House The Romanian Athenaeum Village Museum
Even after 130 years, our school, “Scoala Iancului” keeps the old tradition and pleasure of learning, the students having great results at various contests, at all types of subjects. In our school, the most important thing is to study, because by studying we build a safe future for all of us. All students grow here like a small family, guided carefully by our teachers. Since the beginning, our school represented a perfect place to study and as a result of this, it’s one of the best schools in Bucharest and we hope it will still be.
The House of Parliament ( Palatul Parlamentului ) The House of the Parliament air- view Began in 1983 and finished in 1993, The Romanian House of Parliament is one of the most impressive buildings in Romania. Designed by the Romanian architect Anca Petrescu, the huge building it’s situated in the centre of Bucharest, representing the Romanian legislative authority. It is divided in : The Chamber of the Representatives ( Camera Deputailor ) and The Senate ( Senatul României ).
The Romanian Athenaeum The Romanian Athenaeum ( Ateneul Român ) is a concert hall in the centre of Bucharest and a landmark of the Romanian capital city. Opened in 1888, the ornated, domed, circular building became the home of the George Enescu Philharmonic and the annual international George Enescu festival.
Village Museum This is a museum situated in the centre of the Romanian capital city and it features a collection of traditional houses, plates and interior decorations from all over the country.
Personalities Constantin Brancusi George Enescu Angela Gheorghiu Ana Aslan Nadia Comaneci Ilie Nastase
Constantin Brancusi This is Constantin Brancusi. He was the best romanian sculptor.
George Enescu This is George Enescu. He was the most important romanian musician!
Angela Gheorghiu Angela Gheorghiu is a romanian soprano and one of the best opera singers in the world!
Ana Aslan Biologist and physician who developed revolutionary anti-ageing drugs Gerovital H3 and Aslavital Pioneer of gerontology and geriatrics in Romania in the 20th century, she lived between 1897 and 1988.
Nadia Comaneci Romanian gymnast, winner of three Olympic gold medals at the 1976 Summer Olympics in Montreal The first female gymnast to be awarded a perfect score of 10 in an Olympic gymnastic event. Although she currently lives in the USA, she is involved in several social projects in Romania.
Ilie Năstase First no. 1 player in the history of ATP ranking One of the five players in history to win more than 100 professional titles Nicknamed ”Nasty”, he was in fact a showman on the courts, which made him even more known worldwide than tennis alone
Martisor is an old Romanian celebration at the beginning of spring, on March the 1st. The red and white string is a decoration that boys give to girls. Giving this offer to girls is an old custom, and it is believed that the one who wears the red and white string will be strong and healthy for the year to come. It is also a symbol of the coming spring.
Landmarks Cities Scarisoara Cave The Peles Castle The Merry Cemetery
SIGHISOARA SIGHISOARA is a city in Mures, Romania. It is located in Transylvania and it is known for the castle that dominates the city.
BRASOV Brasov is a visited city, because here is placed the Bran Castle, a landmark for Romania. Nearby are towering mountains, rolling fields, thick forests and villages with fortified churches.
SIBIU Sibiu is a very important city for Romania’s culture, because it is full of landmarks, as the Bruckental castle, the Catolic Church and the Lies’ Bridge.
Orsova This is a port city on the Danube. It is situated near the Iron Gates.
The Scarisoara Cave The Scarisoara cave is one of the biggest ice caves in Romania. It is located in the Carpathian Mountains.
The Peles Castle The Peles Castle was the place where the Royal Family was living. It was built between 1873 and 1914.