To be European by studying and respecting our natural and cultural environment, our similarities and differences in order to understand our place in the world, to embellish the Earth, which is our life
Let’s discover our European natural and cultural environment on a regional and national level, our resemblances and differences. This work in common leads us to feel European and to discover our place and part in the world. Thus we realise our life is linked to the Earth.
CEUTA- TOWN HALL
Posted by: Juan Carlos Navarro
This is our Town Hall, situated in Africa Square. Centre of the city. Photograph taken by my partner Chema.
Ceuta. The Mediterranean Park is one the most tourist attractions of the city. They are artificial lakes with sea water. They were built by the famous Canarian architect Cesar Manrique. Gibraltar and the Main Land are in front of Ceuta.Ceuta is connected to the Main Land with the port and the heliport. Photograph taken by Chema
This is our city. Called the Mediterranean Pearl .In Ceuta you can see the Mediterranean sea on one side and the Atlantic Ocean on the other side of the town, they join together as one sea, like Europe we are joined by the same sky and the same sea. Photograph taken by one of my partners at school:Chema
This drawing here shows a typical Ottoman Period church. Although, these buildings themselves are no architectural masterpieces (mainly because the Bulgarian people were frobidden to build their churches higher than the Ottoman buildings), they were still greatly treasured, as they were one of the few means to preserve the Bulgarian culture, religion and spirit.
This drawing shows a small street from and old Bulgarian village. In this drawing, the mountain in the backround plays a very important role. Back in the days of the Ottoman Period the villages were usually organised in the foot of mountains, as they gave the old Bulgarian people a sence of protection and security.
Much can be said about our architecture from the Renaissance Period, however, what is most important is that it has always played an immense role in the way of life of the old Bulgarian people. In fact, many old Bulgarian villages have been preserved and still exist, with their unique atmosphere and architecture. In the drawings you will also notice the presence of a mountain, forest or a river in the background, as nature was equally important ...
And now, as promised, we get to the second part of this gallery - the flowers! Although, you clearly won't be able to learn much about our culture from the following drawings, we hope that all the bright colours and light will help you to understand our feelings and more about us in general.
This is the second part of our new-found gallery. This time we will meet you with drawings which show typical architecture from our Renaissance Period, as well as some splendid and very colourful drawings of flowers.
First of all, we would like to say that we are really happy to find out that you have enjoyed the first part of our gallery and we thank you for all the opinions ...
This is a 'koledar' (from the Bulgarian word for Christmas - 'Koleda'). They wear a traditional costume - 'nosia' and a wooden stick, called a 'gega'. The host grants them with a traditional piece of bread - 'gevrek'.
I hope you have enjoyed this first set of pictures and we ...
Congratulating on the New Year/ Christmas Eve. This Bulgarian custom is known as 'koleduvane', in which young Bulgarian men go from house to house singing for the hosts' well-being, health, happines and 'bereket' (a rich gathering).
These drawings show Bulgarian customs and architecture.
Posted by: Mariyana Krachunova
The project has been created by students from the Multi-Language School Pleven, Bulgaria, under the supervision of Mariana Krachunova
This is the beginning of a gallery, in which we will meet you with Bulgaria's customs, traditions, architecture and culture through these drawings. The purpose of it is to make it easier for you to get to know our way of life.This is the beginning of a gallery, in which we will meet you with Bulgaria's customs, traditions, architecture and culture through ...