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September 15, 2017


On 15 September, festival of cultures "One World Festival" with the motto "We are all different and it's great!" was held in secondary school named after Herman Gmeiner.

Children had a fun and interesting time. Volunteers from Japan, South Korea and USA demonstrated dances and songs. There were booths, where all guests of festival could taste traditional food, could try on traditional Japanese and South Korean clothes and play games.

Festival gave a great opportunity for children to visit different countries of the world in one day!

PhotoPoster of "One World Festival", describing what is peace for children.

PhotoKid's song about friendship, family and peace in German language

PhotoKara-Jorgo dance by children from secondary school named after H. Gmeiner

PhotoSpanish dance by children from secondary school named after H. Gmeiner

PhotoLesson about peace. Hiroshima and Nagasaki.

PhotoKendama is Japanese toy. "Ken" – stick with tree cups and a spike. "tama" – red ball hanging on the string. The principle of this toy, pull the ball upward so that it should either be caught in one of the cups or land with the hole on the spike

PhotoChildren are paying with Rugby ball.

PhotoJapanese traditional dance «Sooran bushi» (Fisherman dance).

PhotoStudents are trying on Japanese traditional clothes "Yukata".


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