Pupils work in groups to create interactive photos about the cultural heritage of their countries. Each group is assigned one topic, e.g. monuments, archaeological remains, geological formations, etc.
Pupils choose a cultural heritage item from their country for research. They select a photo of the item and make it interactive by adding descriptions, explanations, interesting facts.
ROMANIAN CULTURAL HERITAGE
In Romania, a wide range of institutions are engaged in major direct and indirect activities in the field of the cultural heritage protection, starting with the Ministry of Culture, Universities of Art, Architecture faculties, the Romanian Patriarchy, research institutes and museums set up to develop new technologies and prepare specialists in the study of national cultural heritage. Cultural objects placed in the national cultural heritage are science and technology, archeology, documents, numismatics, ethnography, decorative art, fine art, old books, medal, history.
Most of the monuments with historical value, artistic or architectural property is in the public administration and are managed by public entities (local public administration or religious administration). Some exceptional monuments of national cultural heritage are included on the UNESCO list of world heritage (churches with mural painting in northern Moldova, wooden churches from Maramures, german fortresses from Transilvania, the historic center of Sighisoara, Orastie Dacian fortresses in the mountains, and in 2007, Sibiu was declared European Capital.
In Romania we have many monuments like:
The Arch of Triumph in Bucharest
Kilometre zero- Bucharest
Peles Castle- Prahova County
Palace of the Parliament- Bucharest
Sculptural Ensemble of Constantin Brancusi at Targu Jiu
You can learn more about Romanian monuments and great place to visit on our project's blog. :)
Greetings from Romania,
Love my country! :) (Iulia)
MONUMENTS, ARCHAEOLOGICAL REMAINS, GEOLOGICAL FORMATIONS
Romania - Maramures (Baia Mare)
POLISH CULTURAL HERITAGE
Situated at the crossroads of eastern and western cultures, a melting pot of many cultural influences, Poland has rich and diverse cultural heritage. Polychrome wooden churches, unique on a world scale, can be given as an example. In the modern era, cultural heritage has been an important source of national cohesion and sense of identity in view of the country’s tumultuous past, epitomised by the careful reconstruction of the historic centre of the capital Warsaw, extensively destroyed during World War II.
In Poland we have many monuments like
MONUMENT OF NICOLAUS COPERNICUS in Toruń
ADAM MICKIEWICZ MONUMENT (Kraków)
CHOPIN MONUMENT (Warsaw)
You can learn more about Polish monuments and great place to visit on our project's blog. :)
We have choseen a cultural item from our country for research.
IS OUR HOMETOWN -LEGNICA :)
THE BEAUTY OF POLAND
Polish geological formations
Masuria (Polish:Mazury, German)
is a region in northern Poland famous for its 2,000 lakes.
Mountains in Poland