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AEGEE-Samara

Fever

on the River

August 11 – September 25

15 Places

Event Fee 140 € Meals Breakfeast & Lunch

Lodging flat, 3 days in a tent Payment 50% in advance Please bring Sleeping bag

Cities and Places > Ethnic Museum > MetaFest > Stalin‘s Bunker > Embankments of Samara

feverontheriver@ gmail.com

Fever on the River How about spending your summer in the biggest country in the world, near the biggest river in Europe? To start with, we gonna warm up our brain, i.e. investigate physical and mental borders of Europe together with Where Does Europe End project. But after that we gonna warm up our bodies in the golden shores of the Volga river. As a relaxation therapy, we’ll spend a couple of days in tents in an Open-air Folk Music Festival. Then, in an Ethnic Village you’ll feel the Russian spirit while trying on the national weapons, testing yourself in archery or sword-fighting, sailing under the veils of ancient Dukes and just tasting warm goat milk. We’re eager to introduce to you the Russia you never thought of before!

Activities We’re going to dedicate 5 first days to the investigation of the matters of European integration and identity through lively discussions, interactive workshops and exciting street actions and with a little cherry on top – all night long parties! Going through the relaxation part, we’ll take you to Stalin’s Bunker, uncover the location of the missile standing right in the city-center and lead you through the abandoned mines. Now, do you feel your fever for Russia awaking?

Our ideal participant If you are eager to explore the processes going on in modern Europe; if you are interested in Russian culture more than in Russian vodka; if you understand camping can imply some mosquitoes; if you are happy and adventurous, you are the participant we need!

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Summer University 2010  

AEGEE, the European Students' Forum, unites more than 15.000 students in Europe, in 42 countries and 232 cities. From Las Palmas to Azerbaij...

Summer University 2010  

AEGEE, the European Students' Forum, unites more than 15.000 students in Europe, in 42 countries and 232 cities. From Las Palmas to Azerbaij...

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