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November 12, 2023

Like in the previous four years, Milica traveled from Kraljevo to Denmark, specifically to a village near Aalborg, to attend an international camp for children, where she learned a lot about tolerance. On the first day of the camp, it was quite warm for Danish standards, and children from all parts of Europe gathered in […]

Bagpipes and Celtic celebrations

November 12, 2023

The day had finally come! The three friends, Yannis, Sofia and Eleni, were going to start the Camino de Santiago, also known as the Way of St. James. According to the legend, it is the path that pilgrims followed to arrive at the city of Santiago, where the relics of  St James the Apostle are […]

Saint John the Baptist,  the forerunner of Christ

November 12, 2023

In a time of ancient lands and prophetic dreams lived a man known as Saint John the Baptist. His birth was announced by celestial omens, therefore his path was destined to embrace the divine. John’s life began in the quiet solitude of the wilderness. Elizabeth and Zechariah, his elderly parents, were themselves touched by a […]

The Joyful Celebration of Nevruz

November 12, 2023

Once upon a time, in a small village nestled amidst rolling hills and fertile plains, there lived a group of vibrant and close-knit families. This village was located in central Anatolia, Turkey, and, like many others in the region, eagerly awaited the arrival of Nevruz, the ancient spring festival. Nevruz marked the beginning of spring, […]

The Journey of Raki: A Tale of Turkish Delights

November 12, 2023

Once upon a time in the beautiful land of Turkey, there lived a young man named Ahmet. Ahmet was known for his love of traditional Turkish culture and its exquisite delicacies. One particular drink had always fascinated him: rakı. This anise-flavored alcoholic beverage held a special place in Turkish culture and was often enjoyed during […]

The Project

The Shared (Hi)stories project seeks to broaden the minds of secondary students in the EU by encouraging critical thinking and a multi-perspective approach to cultural and historical heritage. Through the exploration of (hi)stories traditionally told from a one-sided national perspective, the project aims to foster a strong sense of EU awareness and citizenship among students while improving their English skills.

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