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  • Euro Section Travelogue 10 : Brugges - April 2020

    We visited the city of Bruges which is the capital of West Flanders with 117 260 inhabitants with 855 inhabitants per square kilometre. We went to that city on Friday, January 17 th 2020. In the morning we visited the Groeninge Museum, then we had a free area, during which we walked in the streets of Bruges where we could discover shops, monuments and specialities. Luckily it was fine.
    I- MONUMENTS:
    1) Presentation of the monuments:
    To begin with we will give you a presentation of the (...)

  • Euro Section Travelogue 9 : Amsterdam - April 2020

    Thursday 17 january, we went to Amsterdam, capital of the Netherlands.
    After lost the half of the students at the off of the bus because of the many bikes (first mean of locomotion in Amsterdam).
    We visited the beautiful streets of Amsterdam bordered by the gabled houses.
    At 10 am, we started the visit of the Anne Frank House. The story of this little jewish girl affected us.
    Then we cross town and had a free time in this pretty city to lunch. After eating, we meet us and visited the (...)

  • Euro Section Travelogue 8 :Rijksmuseum - April 2020

    RijksMuseum
    The Rijksmuseum is a famous museum in Amsterdam, in the Netherlands. The first opening to the public was in 1885. You can go under the building to pass trought it, and you arrive in a big garden, with a glasshouse, a big flat of grass, and many restaurants and shops.
    Our experience :
    The third day of our trip, we went to Amsterdam. We visited the Anne Frank house, we walked a little bit in the streets of this beautiful city, know for its canals and the beautiful architecture. (...)

  • Euro Section Travelogue 7 : Anne Frank’s house - April 2020

    The Thursday January 16, 2020 it was 3e days of school trip, after many hours of car we was arrived in the bike city, Amsterdam.
    Was arrived in front of big building who are Anne Frank’s house, we doesn’t really like it’s because the facade was a lot modern, we think of the facade will be little and dsicrete like the house of Amesterdam.
    Once inside and have our headphones, we went to the warehouse of Anne Frank father’s. We had a guided tours in every rooms of the houses. Every audio (...)

  • Euro Section Travelogue 6 : Humanity house - April 2020

    Wednesday, January 15, 2020
    La Haye
    The Humanité House
    Wednesday afternoon, we went to the humanity house in La Haye.
    It’s a museum founded by the dutch red cross in 2010.
    We met Mohamed who work there. The humanity house proposes a journey tracing the route of migrants with dangers, doubts, difficult choices to make to arrive in a safer country or to join his family.
    Mohamed himself a refugee, left Irak at the age of 6 with his family. They took more than 2 months before arriving in (...)

  • Euro Section Travelogue 5 : Rotterdam’s harbour - April 2020

    The Port of Rotterdam: AN ADVENTURE UNDER THE RAIN !!!!!!!
    As said in the title, the weather was magnificent ... Indeed Dutch showers, soaked jeans, umbrellas which fly away and in addition, no hoods for some ...
    Without forgetting this memorable wait in front of our splendid ship (always in the rain) And thanks to our teachers, we visited the city by making some (big) detours. Once in the boat, you all wonder what happened: we ate!
    Aside from this ironic side, we still visited the port (...)

  • Euro Section Travelogue 4 : Cubic houses Rotterdam - April 2020

    Once we arrived in Rotterdam, we headed for the cube houses (from the Dutch: kubuswoningen) they were built in the 1970s in Rotterdam and Helmond (North Brabant) and designed by the architect Piet Blom (nl) (1999). These are several houses in the form of cubes in heights on large hexagonal « posts ». The whole represents a village in a city, where each house represents a tree, and all the houses represent a forest. We visited one of them. The interior surprises a lot because it is quite (...)

  • Euro Section Travelogue 3 : Parlementarium - April 2020

    Parlementarium :
    On Tuesday 14 January 2020, after walking in the city of Brussels as well as in the street of the institutions of the Parliament, we arrived before the Parliamentarium.
    The Parliamentarium is a museum that contains the explanation and history of the European Parliament. The European Parliament is therefore an institution made up of 751 Members from 27 different States. It is the largest transnational electorate. In 1976, the European Council decided that from 1979, (...)

  • Euro Section Travelogue 2 : Comic book route - April 2020

    In Brussels , comics has a very important place. It goes back to the 90s, whenthe city walls were filled with advertising posters. When they were removed, they exposed dilapidated walls. Then, to embellish them, some artists decided to make drawings on this walls. The fist of these is called «Broussailles», and was realised by a Brussel resident Frank Pé, in the Plattesteen district.
    In this presentation, we will present to you our visit of Brussels through the comics strip. First, we arrived (...)

  • Euro Section Travelogue 1 : Brussels - April 2020

    Brussels
    The first city we visit is Brussels.
    Brussels is located in the center of Belgium and has a population of 18,553 inhabitants.Brussels is made up of several territories : which belong to the northern district with a modern extension of the district of north and its tower buildings, the European district and the Avenu Louise district as well as the Bois de la Cambre and part of the Forêt de Soignes. In Brussels, there are different places:
    The central district
    it is the heart of (...)