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  1. Area, Town and School Presentation

  2. Romania -The Historical Province of Moldavia • The historical province of Moldavia is a former principality from the 14th century to 1859, when it united with Wallachia as the basis of the modern Romanian state; at various times, the state included the regions of Bessarabia and all of Bukovina. The western part of Moldavia is now part of Romania and the eastern part belongs to the Republic of Moldova, while the northern and south-eastern parts are territories of Ukraine. Important capital cities from the historical province of Moldavia were: Iasi, Suceava and Vaslui. • The north-eastern region of Romania includes today 8 counties and these are: Suceava, Botosani, Neamt, Iasi, Bacau,Vaslui,Vrancea and Galati.

  3. Name and Etymology • The names Moldavia and Moldova are derived from the name of the Moldova River; however, the etymology is not known and there are several variants. • One of them is based on a legend mentioned in DescriptioMoldaviae by DimitrieCantemir and it links its name to an auroch hunting trip of the MaramureşvoivodeDragoş, and the latter's chase of a star-marked bull. Dragoş was accompanied by his female hound called Molda; when they reached shores of an unfamiliar river, Molda caught up with the animal and was killed by it. The dog's name would have been given to the river, and extended to the country.

  4. Coat of Arms of Moldavia (late 15th century) Auroch - a large extinct long-horned European wild ox

  5. Iasi – "The City on Seven Hills" • Iasi is located in the eastern part of Moldavia. The city lies on the Bahlui river, a tributary of Jijia, which flows into the Prut river. • Home to the first Romanian university, Iasi is known as the cultural capital of Romania and the main economic centre of the region of Moldavia. • It spreads like Rome on seven hills and it has a population of about 300,000 residents.

  6. Iasi and Its Tourist Attractions! Who wants to discover Iasi has the opportunitytofind out more aboutitshistory. In Iasi " every stone tells a story about the past ", having a large number of monasteries, museums and memorial houses. Therefore, we can say that Iasi is a truly national museum. Natural attractions – gardens and parks Historical monuments Cathedrals, churchesandmonasteries Art and culture Shopping areas

  7. Natural Attractions COPOU PARK • It is the oldest park in Iasi, located on the Copou hill. The park dates from the early part of the nineteenth century.

  8. Botanical Garden BOTANIC AL GARDEN • It was founded in 1856 by the naturalist doctor Anastasie Fatu and every autumn there is a chrysanthemums exhibition here.

  9. Roznovanu Palace ROZNOVANU PALACE • It is an architectural monument that houses the present residence of Iasi City Hall.

  10. Cuza-Voda Palace CUZA - VODA PALACE • The current Union Museum was built at the beginning of the 19th century in neoclassical style. During the decades that followed, the house became the property of several famous noble families of Moldavia. Between 1859-1862, the palace served as residence of AlexandruIoanCuza, Prince of the United Romanian Principalities.

  11. CUZA - VODA PALACE

  12. Al.I.Cuza University AL. I .CUZA UNIVERSITY • It is a state institution of higher education, being the first modern university in Romania.

  13. AL. I .CUZA UNIVERSITY

  14. Palace Of Culture PALACE OF CULTURE • It was inaugurated in 1926 by King Ferdinand of Romania and it was built in neo-Gothic style, after the plans of architect John D. Berindey. The construction of the palace lasted two decades.

  15. PALACE OF CULTURE

  16. PALACE OF CULTURE

  17. Cathedrals, Churches and Monasteries METROPOLITAN • In 1889, the relics of Saint Paraschiva, patron saint of Moldavia, were brought at the Metropolitan Cathedral and there are crowds of pilgrims who come here every year, particularly on her feast day (October 14th).

  18. Three Hierarchs Church • A historical monument, this church distinguishes itself by the external decoration, an embroidery of rocks.

  19. MĂNĂSTIREA CETĂŢUIA MĂNĂSTIREA CETĂŢUIA Cetatuia Monastery CETATUIA MONASTERY • The monastery was founded in the seventeenth century and is located on a hill dominating Nicolina neighbourhood.

  20. Art andCulture NATIONAL THEATRE • The “Vasile Alecsandri” National Theatre is one of the most prestigious institutions of its kind in the country and it was designed according to the plans of two Viennese architects.

  21. NATIONAL THEATRE

  22. NATIONAL THEATRE

  23. Shopping Area PALAS COM MERCIAL CENT R E • Located in the historical centre, near the Palace of Culture, Palas Mall is a unique commercial complex, with hotels, class A offices, approximately 2,500 underground parking spaces and an entertainment area, being the biggest private investment ever made, in the northeastern Romania, with a total of 265 million euros.

  24. PALAS COM MERCIAL CENTR E

  25. PALAS COM MERCIAL CENTRE

  26. PALAS COM MERCIAL CENTRE

  27. Our School The Technological Economic High School of Tourism

  28. Our school has : 65 teachers and 910 students. School system: Students become skilled technicians in the following fields: The Technological Economic High School of Tourism • Tourism Technician • Commercial Activities • Accountancy • Banqueting Organiser • Food Industry (shop-assistant, cook, waiter) Secondary Classes High School Post- High School Classes

  29. Classrooms

  30. Technical serving laboratory Technical hotel room Laboratory for commerce

  31. Educational Projects Comenius Project (2009-2011) Knowing Me, You, Us, for a Better Chance on the European Job Market

  32. Impact Volunteer Club

  33. Students’ Activities Training Firms (job interviews )

  34. Training Trips

  35. Environment Week

  36. Educational Activities

  37. Culinary Exhibition

  38. Artistic Programme School Choir School’s Theatre Group School's Dance Group

  39. References http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Moldavia http://www.thefreedictionary.com/aurochs http:// animaledisparute.weebly.com/bourul https://www.google.ro/imghp?hl=ro&tab=wi This project has been funded with support from the European Commission.