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First Mobility in Turkey

by Ivana Frančić

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Geoparks as an Educational Agents
First Mobility in Turkey
PHOTOBOOK
GEOPARKS AS AN EDUCATIONAL AGENTS
ERASMUS+
(2020.-2023.)
Mersinli Şehit Ahmet Uludağ Secondary School is coordinating an Erasmus+ project called Geoparks as an Educational Agents. In the project, the partners are from 6 different countries: Spain, Portugal, Greece, Romania, Turkey and Croatia. Geology is a highly unknown part of our culture and for that reason, we intend to make the school community and population aware of what a geopark is, their geopark, its heritage and the need to preserve it as well as offer them the opportunity to know other European ones as possible models of exploitation and preservation. 
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Fly Me to the Turkey!
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Fly Me to the Turkey!
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FIRST DAY
Presentations of Geoparks and visiting Sardis
On our first day of mobility, at 10 AM we had an official meeting of the beginning of our first mobility in the Lidya Sardes Hotel in Salihli.
At that meeting, our hosts, principal and teachers of the Mersinli Şehit Ahmet Uludağ Secondary School welcomed us. After their introduction, we filled out a questionnaire about Salihli-Kula Geopark and introduced ourselves and had a presentation of our country, school and Geopark.

After the meeting, we spent all afternoon in Sardis, an ancient city sightseeing and finding out about their culture.
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GYMNASIUM of Sardes
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Sardis is an ancient city at the location of modern Sart (Sartmahmut before 19 October 2005), near Salihli, in Turkey's Manisa Province. Sardis was the capital of the ancient kingdom of Lydia,[1] one of the important cities of the Persian Empire, the seat of a Seleucid Satrap, the seat of a proconsul under the Roman Empire, and the metropolis of the province Lydia in later Roman and Byzantine times.
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It's amazing when you find real friends on different sides of the world!
Croatian Team
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