Please write some descriptions of your hometowns. They will contain your hometown photos and pupils. They will be like an ad of your hometown.
My hometown description 1 Kazikli, Milas
My hometown description 2Kazikli, Milas
My hometown description 3Kazikli, Milas
My hometown description 4Kazikli, Milas
My hometown description 5Kazikli, MilasThese posters were prepared by my students:) Thanks all for supporting the project :)
My hometown description 6Kazikli, MilasThe posters were prepared by my students :) I am very glad for their contribution :)
My hometown brochure/poster Kazikli MilasMy teacher is ÇAĞRI DERE
My teacher is Çağrı DERE from Kazikli Secondary School.Kazikli, MilasMy hometown description
My hometown description 1 Alaplı/Zonguldak
My hometown description 2 Alaplı/Zonguldak
My hometown description 3 Alaplı/Zonguldak
My hometown description 4 Alaplı/Zonguldak
My hometown description 5 Alaplı/Zonguldak These great posters are prepared my pupils.I am proud of them!
ALAPLI/ZONGULDAK This is my hometown poster.I am Yeliz AKDEMİR's student :)
My teacher is Çağrı DERE.My hometown description, Kazikli.poster 1
Çağrı DERE is my teacher.Kazikli, Milas, my hometown descriptionposter 2
Çağrı DEREMy hometown description 1Kazikli Milas
Çağrı DERE is my teacher.My hometown description 2Kazikli Milas
My hometown description Kazikli MilasÇAĞRI DERE is my teacher.
ALAPLI/ZONGULDAK This is my hometown 2nd poster.I am Yeliz AKDEMİR's student :)
This is my poster of Corralejo. I love my hometown by the sea! (My teacher is Virginia Falcón)
I love my hometown! Here you are my poster! Virginia Falcón is my teacher at IES Corralejo.
Sea is part of our life at my hometown. Thanks teacher, Virginia Falcóm, for this oportunity
My teacher at High School is Virginia Falcón. This is the description of my hometown
This is my poster of Corralejo. My teacher is Virginia Falcón
My hometown by the Sea is Corralejo, in the Canary Islands. This is the poster of the paradise where I live. (My Teacher is Virginia Falcón)
This is one of my student's posters about our island (Fuerteventura). Thanks Luci for your cooperation in the project
Poster 3This poster was done by my students in 2º ESO, Thanks, darling for your contribution.
Poster describing our hometown by the Sea made by my students at IES Corralejo (Fuerteventura- Canary Islands)
My poster of my hometown for my teacher Virginia Falcón
My teacher is Virginia, and this is my description of my hometown
My description of my hometown. I'm Virginia Falcon's student at IES Corralejo, Fuerteventura
My teacher is Hayriye KÜÇÜK.This is my hometown description
This is my hometown's descriptıon.I am Hayriye Küçük's student.
My teacher is Hayriye Küçük.This is my hometown's poster
My hometown Erdemli is so quiet and small that nearly you can go everywhere on foot.I think life is not expensive in Erdemli.If you like silence and nature you can choose Erdemli.İn winter you can see lemon and orange trees everywhere and smell their flowers.İt is famous with tantuni and kerebiç dessert.
My hometown Erdemli's descriptions with photos were taken by my studentsErdemli is in the south of Turkey,in the Mediterranean Sea.Small but very nice city.It has a lot of tourist attractions.-Heaven &Hell Caves-Rock Men-Maiden Castle
Valencia is the city of the light, flowers and music, known internationally for the Falles (Les Falles), a local festival held in March, as well as for paella valenciana, and the architecture of the City of Arts and Sciences, designed by Santiago Calatrava.
Valencia’s atmospheric Old Town is packed with street art, cafés and amazing architecture. Valencia gets more than 300 days of sunshine a year and has a mild winter with little rain – basically the sunny Spanish holiday destination of our dreams. It’s impossible not to be in a good mood here, especially when sitting in the shade of palm trees under clear blue skies.
Valencia, on Spain’s sunny east coast, is famous for its beaches. There are several to visit, all of which are clean and family-friendly...
The Sumela Monastery, which stands at the foot of a steep cliff facing the Altındere valley in the region of Maçka in Trabzon Province, is popularly known as "Meryem Ana" (The Virgin Mary). The building complex is nearly 300 metres high and was built following the tradition of monasteries that were located outside the cities in forest near caves and sources of water.The most important river in the area is the Demirkapi, and the Uzungol Lake was formed as a result of the rocks closing the mouth of the river. 10km south of the lake is the Norizca mountain, with an altitude of 300m. The best time to visit the park is between April and October.
Purple flowers bloom just once in a year. They are gorgeous.
My hometown descriptions poster.I'm Yetkin Dere's student from Vakfıkebir
Our town is on beach of Baltic sea
Saulkrasti is near seacoast
This is our hometown description № 1. If you go up the Water Tower, you will see the beautiful view of Mariupol.
Our hometown description №2. The citizens of Mariupol remember and respect the feat of our soldiers during the Second World War.
Our hometown description № 3. There are many old buildings in Mariupol. Some of them are more than 100 years old.
Our town was first mentioned under its present name in 1066 in a Charter of the Croatian King Petar Krešimir IV. It is popular tourist destination with many sights like the Cathedral of St. James (UNESCO World Heritage list) and four fortresses, which provide spectacular view on the town, sea and nearby islands. The most famous one is St. Nicholas' Fortress, which was included in UNESCO's World Heritage Site list in 2017. Moreover, in our area there are two national parks: The Krka Waterfalls and the Kornati Archipelago.
Our hometown posters made by students
Another poster from my students.Yhey go on doing project activities during the corona days
Another poster from my student,Ayşenaz.She is contributing our project on corona days.
My hometown by the SeaPoster 1
My Hometown by the SeaPoster 2
Split is the second-largest city of Croatia and the largest city of the region of Dalmatia, with about 250,000 people living in its urban area. It lies on the eastern shore of the Adriatic Sea The city was founded as the Greek colony of Aspálathos (Aσπάλαθος) in the 3rd or 2nd century BC and later on was home to Diocletian's Palace, built for the Roman emperor in AD 305 and those parts of the city can also be seen today.Žrnovnica is a part of the wider region of Split. It got its name after “žrvanj”, or a millstone because there were many mills along the river Žrnovnica that flows through the centre of our town.
Our living by the sea