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Unity in Diversity - Joy of Cultures

The main idea is to create a guidebook showing the beauty of each participant's country, its people, traditions and important celebrations to show how similar we are, although we come from completely different countries.

Nov
03
2011

Earthquake in Van,Turkey.

Posted by: Nihal Temel
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The 2011 Van earthquake was a destructive magnitude 7.1 Mw earthquake that struck eastern Turkey near the city of Van on Sunday, 23 October 2011 at 13.41 local time

From the 11232 damaged buildings that have been examined in the region; 6017 have been found to be uninhabitable affecting around 8321 households , with an average household population of around 7.6 in the province, this could mean that at least around 60,000 people left homeless. The other 5215 have been damaged but are habitable.They are our citizens,we were deeply affected by the...

Oct
25
2011

E-twinning quality label

Posted by: Nihal Temel
PictureI am very happy to announce you that our project has been awarded with Quality Label.
Thanks for your contributions:)
Oct
20
2011

Turkish Republic Day

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Republic Day in Turkey, which is on October 29 each year, commemorates the creation of the Turkish Republic in 1923. 


Many people in Turkey celebrate Republic Day on October 29 by attending performances and participating in traditional processions with flags and musical bands. The Turkish Republic’s founder Mustafa Kemal Atatürk proclaimed Republic Day as Turkey’s most important holiday. 

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Oct
13
2011

We are introducing our twinners with worksheet and our schools with slide shows.

Posted by: Nihal Temel
Oct
12
2011

We are creating our twinspace, Unity in Diversity - Joy of Cultures

Posted by: Nihal Temel
PictureThe main idea is to create a guidebook showing the beauty of each participant's country, its people, traditions and important celebrations to show how similar we are, although we come from completely different countries.
We will work on different tasks to describe our cultures.