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Friendship Bridges summer camp shift gathered kids from 22 countries

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Friendship Bridges summer camp shift gathered kids from 22 countries


22.07.2019

Photo credit: Orlenok Press center

Four hundred teenagers 11-16 years old from 22 countries arrived at the Russian summer camp Orlenok (Eaglet) located in Krasnodar Krai on the Black Sea coast. Children advanced in language, culture and history studies participate in the camp, Pobeda.rf website reports. 

Large educational and cultural program will serve to help kids to know better traditions and customs of different countries, improve language skills, take part in discussion of ecology issues, attend marine and military courses. Wide array of master classes, from orienteering to a vehicle structure are accessible for the camp participants.

Apart of all those activities, every teenager will represent his/her own country with its customs and traditions, like a cultural ambassadors of their own countries. 

According to the summer camp director Alexander Djeus, international shifts help kids to be brought up on principles of peace and tolerance.

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