Programme Europe for Citizens, Strand 1 “European Remembrance”, 4th meeting of a multiphase project
Venue: Gdansk, Poland
Dates: 22—25 May 2023
Please read the project handbook.
Participating countries: Czech Republic, Bosnia, Italy, Romania, Kosovo, Croatia, Belgium, Hungary, Macedonia, Poland, Slovenia
National team: Martina Kyselá, Lenka Dvořáková
Hosting organisation: Alphabet Formation
Project ANTIDOTE was already 4th project of the project Europe for Citizens. Location for this project was Poland and we meet in 18 people there. From countries as Czech Republic, Bosnia, Italy, Romania, Kosovo, Croatia, Belgium, Hungary, Macedonia, Poland, and Slovenia are.
Project took a two days of full and really interesting program. The place where we were staying was beautiful city of Gdansk. City’s location is near the baltic sea. City is divide by Motława river and have really nice and historical parts of the city. Style of the city is kind a similar to Denmark or Netherland’s architecture.
First day we visited a museum of the second world war. We had a really nice tour guide there and she made our program there so interesting. We heard a lot about the history and connections between polish people that were living there during this taught times, how was the connections between other countries in this time and how the port was important for Poland. Then we had absolutely lovely lunch in the building of the WWII. Museum. The restaurant was located in last floor with lovely view on the Gdansk city.
After lunch our tour guide took as around the city and showed us the most important places to see.
The second day we had a program in solidarity centre we met in one of the Polish president Lech Wałęsa. Afternoon’s part of the program we spent on the boat that goes from the middle of the city to the sea side. We saw interesting places near the sea.
Then we ended our project with beautiful dinner in one of the historical restaurant. With nice view on historical streets of the Gdansk.
I am very glad for this nice opportunity, and glad that I met so many interesting people from different countries.