In this session the work procuded by students during the workshops and in the preparation activities was presented. The short stories, the answers to the question “If you had to emigrate what country would you choose?” and the campaign to promote the image of migrants in society were published on the magazine of the project. […]
Aveiro is the Portuguese Venice, because the city has navigable channels. The group went for a boat trip, enjoying the sights that included architecture and nature. It was possible to learn more about the Portguese culture: the activities related to to ocean and the extraction of salt. The students and the teachers could also know […]
The museum is a witness of the strong relation between the people of Ílhavo and the sea and the Aveiro lagoon. The patrimonial references of the museum are: the ship “Faina Maior” – cod fishing with lines and hooks in single man dories in Greenland, as well as the agro-maritime activities of the region.
Ribeira is one of the most ancient and typical places of the city of Porto. This square is thought to be one of the oldest in the city, an important trade place, because of its location on the river bank. Douro River was an important means of communication with the whole world.