I had the opportunity to participate in the science and mathematics “MaST”, and it had offered me an unique experience, and, also, I learned many things about physics experiments. We developed our knowledge and personal skills, and we documented ourselves more in the science area of the world.
We also visited a lot of places from there, like Cathedral Rozhdestvo Bogorod, the Fortress from Tsarevets, where we saw fantastic sceneries, from another world, and we watched a show, which was telling a story about all of the battles and other important moment who happened in there, with music, colored light and fireworks. We were very impressed.
Later we found out that the fortress was in patrimonial with UNESCO. We walked on the old city’s streets, where a Bulgarian student told us about what the flags handing out on the houses meant, and how these streets were full of merchants. On these streets, it was a little shop where a woman was selling sight letters and personalized accessories, made after her cat, hand-made, the cat being the street attraction. We had the opportunity to befriend with other students who participated on this project, and have an exchange of experience with them, and learn about many things about their culture, their daily activities, hobbies and other passions.
I consider that the experience from a common project, all the students, from the left side and right-side of the Danube, should have it- each one of us would be better prepared, in the future, to work in a multicultural environment.
Dinca Alexandra Cristiana - Class 12th B
Mihai Eminescu Theoretical Highschool Calarasi