Culture and Arts
It is a very nice communication language with wonderful people from all countries and we all had fun speaking and doing activities.
I liked the project I did. During it I discovered new cultures and met new people. I liked the communication among the group. Everybody had an open mind. I improved my English. I learnt more.
This project showed us that thdifferent languages aren’t a real problem to communicate among us.There is anothermost important language - the heart’s language.

Unfortunately, Turkey could not be represented in this group by learners.
ITALYThrough our first ice – breaking activities we realized how easy it is to be friends even if we have different cultures and different languages.
What else but see smiles on faces, happy people who didn’t know each other a few days ago. Those people were perfect strangers when they met but they will part as fiends looking forward to communicating through English in the future.
Many things unite people but language unites them best. Language is that flower which needs daily care. You have known us we have known you. It is very important. We are different but we are similar.

HIKING TOGETHER IN ŽEMAITIJA (Samogitia) NATIONAL PARKOur group visited Žemaitija Nacional park on 2nd of July. Duringthe hiking partisipants saw Samogitia National Park. We were hiking long Seires path. We saw natural Lithuanian nature. Beeing together, communicating with each other and improving our English language we perfectly spent our time.

Kernavė is one of the most important and the most interesting monuments in central and Eastern Europe from the araelogical point of view.
Kernavė is the cradle of Lithuania. It is an ancient capital of the Grand Duchy of Lithuania, situated on the banks of the river Neris.
Picturesgue hills of Kernavė are considered to be a visit card of the Lithuanian tourism.
Festival‘s INTERVIEW
A.Hello, my name is Adelė. Are you Margarita Mola Gonzalez, from Spain?
M. Yes, I am.
A.I would like to chat with you. We are participating in the project “Language Unites Euorope“. Yesterday we went to the Kernavė festival of experimental archaeology. The festival has been held 12 times so far. What was interesting to you about Kernavė?
M.Kernavė is interesting for its nature. It’s a nice place with some mountains were castles in the past. It’s interesting because we could see how Lithuanian people lived in the past.
A.Did you climb the hill-forts?
M.No, I didn’t go, because it was too hot and I only saw them.
A.What was your greatest impression?
M.I had a lot of impressions but the greatest one was how carefully they are there. For a moment, I thought, that I was in the past. They were dressed with traditional clothes and they were working with traditional instruments, everything was decorated like in the past.
A.Did you buy souvenirs?
M.Yes, of course, I bought a typical cake called šakotis for my family and the linen dress for my nephew.
A.Are there such festivals in your country?
M.In my country the festivals are very different, we don’t have an archeological festival, we have Canarias day and that day we dress with typical clothes and we dance typical dance called Isa.
A.Thank you for the interview