Twenty students and seven professors from institutes in Sweden, Turkey and the Carhago Spartaria of La Palma have visited the Palace Hall attended by the Councillor for Education of the City of Cartagena, Josefa Maroto
Students from Sweden, Turkey, involved in the European project religions, today attended the Town Hall.
Councillor for Education, Josefa Maroto, has been who has received this morning.
The project involves working the d iversity of religions that exist in Europe and learn new customs and cities.
These 22 students and seven professors come from Istanbul and Stockholm and staying in different homes of high school student volunteers Carthago Spartaria of La Palma.
This project brings together students from Spain, Sweden, Turkey, France, Romania and Italy during 2014-2015 and 2015-2016 courses.
Councillor for Education, Josefa Maroto has ensured that students are excited and they love because we received them with great kindness, both in schools and in the Palace Hall also ask us for our assistance and always have.
In addition, the mayor explained that this visit is necessary: â€‹â€‹Nos love being with them, and also serves as support to centers that make a incomiable work.
This experience very positive impact on students and citizens of Cartagena.
Carmelo Sánchez González, Director of Studies of Carthago Spartaria of La Palma explained the main objectives of this project: What is important in this project is the diversity and exchange of culture, language, customs and coexistence.
Students who have been both Turkey and Sweden have been delighted with our city and Cartagena.
Many students and teachers have left their homes for these foreign students to stay during the seven days are here voluntarily.
Four teachers and 11 students from Sweden and Turkey, as well as 11 students and three teachers from Carthago Spartaria of La Palma have been present at the reception.
Pupils follow 3rd of ESO.
It will be next, in October 2015, when his turn to students and teachers from other partner countries year: France, Italy and Romania.
Source: Ayuntamiento de Cartagena