Everyone has different views concerning what we consider as European Heritage. Below are three essays representing the views of the writers.
Having spent the last two years with working together, getting to know new cultures and perspectives, travelling and making strong bonds with other young people from all around Europe, we can agree that it is hard to summarize this project in brief 40 pages. However, despite the fact that everyone had different experiences and memories, we at the Deutsche Schule Budapest tried to capture the last 2 years of Project Made in Europe in a form, which might be a good pledge to most of us. Every participant contributed to the booklet with pictures, stories, diary entries, artworks and essays with personal opinions concerning topics discussed throughout our project, for which we are really thankful!
If you want to see the online, pdf version of the booklet, click here:
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Nora Petra Younis
This short film takes everyone on a journey to relive or join the memorable week some of us spent in the lovely city of Munich.
“During the editing of the video I had a really nostalgic feeling – the exchange was amazing! I hope plenty of you will have the same feeling while watching the video.” Max Prokopp
See the video on the link below:
Another refreshing salad – (have a look at our Tomato-Onion-Paprika salad as well!)
Link to this salad:
Follow link to this delicious meal:
A refreshing salad for rich dishes. Also recommended for hot summer days.
This is a very typical dish in Hungary, however, many people like it different ways. Find out yours and enjoy!
Follow this link to get to know the recipe of this tasty Hungarian dish:
Another tasty dish of the Hungarian gastronomy – try it yourself:
We all love a cold, sweet soup on hot summer days like these. Today on the menu: Hungarian Cherry soup!
Enjoy – jó étvágyat!
Follow this link to prepare it yourself: