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Intercultural Communication – Aegina

Greece and the countries of the participants: compare and contrast

This weekly seminar on culture puts emphasis on multiculturalism and diversity aiming at raising participants’ awareness and understanding of diverse cultures and countries, as well as developing a sense of European citizenship and identity, through formal and non-formal activities. Through various classical and contemporary topics such as art, us and customs, history, literature, or current affairs the participants in the seminar will have the opportunity to exchange ideas and information. The programme includes visits to interesting sites, workshops in class and in the field, lectures, and participants’ presentations on the relevant topics.
Greek Culture Seminar - Aegina

Greek Culture Seminar - Aegina

Ideal For: For everyone with or without ERASMUS+ grant

10 – 16 October 2020 / Aegina

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THE VENUE

NeoHel Offices: 
40 Ag. Konstantinou Str., Aethrion Mall, Maroussi. TK15124, Athens

ACCOMMODATION

Hotels

DESTINATION AEGINA

Aegina is an island in the Saronic Gulf, almost an hour’s distance by ferry-boat from Piraeus Port. The town of Aegina served as the seat of the first government of the Modern Greek State in early 19th century. There are many interesting sites from ancient & byzantine times on the island, such as the ancient temple of Aphaia Athena and the byzantine ruins of Paleohora. Nowadays, Aegina is considered an artistic centre as many painters and sculptors live on the island. Aegina is also famous for its ceramics and its “Aegina pistachios” (an EU Protected Designation of Origin product).

During our seminar we’ll get acquainted with this unique island. More specifically we will visit:

  • The town of Aegina. Some of the major stops will be at the old Government Building, the old Orphanage House, the Museum of Folklore Art, the ruins of the Doric temple of Apolo (Kolona) and the Archaeological Museum of Aegina.
  • The Temple of Aphaia Athena. One of the best preserved temples in Greece, built in the 5th century BC just after the naval battle of the nearby island of Salamina.
  • The Christos Kapralos Museum with many paintings, sculptures, ceramics and works of forged lead and copper by the famous Greek artist.
  • The monastery and church of St. Nektarios. A significant religious pilgrimage site.
  • The famous pistachio groves of Aegina. Pistachio trees have been cultivated in Aegina since 1860.
  • The picturesque villages of Perdika, Pahia Rahi et al.

COURSE FEE: 650€

Includes:

35 teaching hours
TEACHING MATERIAL
ACTIVITIES

Exclusively related to the programme

(Cost does not include: Accommodation and meals, travel insurance, airplane or ferry tickets, optional activities)

For the participants without a grant, Please contact us: info@neohel.com

Participants who will fully attend the seminar will be awarded a Certificate of Attendance

SCHEDULE

Sunday

Arrival & registration

Welcome meeting (20.00 pm)

Monday to Friday

Morning & Early afternoon

9.15-11.30: Seminar

11.30-12.00: Coffee break

12.00-13.45: Seminar

14.00-17.30: Lunch & break

Monday to Friday

Late afternoon

  • Greek dance lessons
  • Site visits
  • Presentation of students’ projects

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