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European Year of Cultural Heritage – Turkey

Discover the most breathtaking spots of Turkey with this month’s post for European Year of Cultural Heritage. We thank EMSA Turkey for preparing this video highlighting the wonders of their country. BONUS FACT: Turkey introduced coffee to Europe. The ruling Ottoman Empire first introduced coffee beans to the Italian people and from there it quickly gained popularity before spreading to the other European...

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European Year of Cultural Heritage – Ukraine

Dear EMSAi, for this month we are happy to share with you the video that EMSA Ukraine prepared for European Year of Cultural Heritage. Discover the beauties of the Ukrainian cities! BONUS FACT: unlike many cultures around the world, Ukrainians wear wedding rings on the right hand not the...

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European Year of Cultural Heritage – Serbia

We thank EMSA Novi Sad for they work on this wonderful Calender that everyone of you can use for the rest of this year. The pictures you see have been taken by the FMO members and have a special meaning to them. FUN FACT: Serbian is the only European language with “active digraphia”. This means that it uses two writing systems – both the Latin and Cyrillic alphabets. Download EMSA Serbia Calendar in High...

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Happy Europe Day!

Happy Europe Day! the European Integration and Culture Team invites you to celebrate Europe Day on the 9th of May! What is Europe Day? Also known as Schuman Day, Europe Day is a commemoration of the 1950 Schuman Declaration which proposed the creation of a European Coal and Steel Community, the forerunner to the European Union. It is the EU’s equivalent for “national day”. It has been celebrated each year since 1986 and it is the occasion for events and celebrations that draws Europe closer to its citizens. How can we celebrate it? EIC Team invites you to test...

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European Year of Cultural Heritage – Moldova

Dear EMSAi, the European Integration and Culture Pillar is please to share this month’s European Year of Cultura Heritage post: REPUBLIC OF MOLDOVA. Let yourselves be inspired by the beautiful landscapes. BONUS FACT: the waltz of Eugen Doga “Tandra si gingasa mea fiara” is recognized by UNESCO as the fourth musical masterpiece of the 20th...

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