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Students of Lüdenscheid Bergstadt Gymnasium visiting Taganrog

June 14, 2017: German students from the Lüdenscheid Bergstadt Gymnasium are visiting the city of Taganrog within the framework of a mutual educational exchanges with Taganrog Management and Economics College. The cooperation between the college in Taganrog and Lüdenscheid's gymnasium started in 1996 within the framework of various Robert Bosch grant foundation's programs.

Since 1996, the two colleges have completed six projects, two of which ("The Youth and Labor of Love" and "Migrants in Taganrog and Lüdenscheid") were noted by Robert Bosch grant foundation.

In 2017, 12 students and 2 teachers of the Lüdenscheid's Bergstadt Gymnasium have a highly eventful program, which includes visits to local museums and tourist attractions around Taganrog and Rostov Oblast. This year's project is named "Cult-Hurrah" and is dedicated to school life. Its turning point will be an amateur students' party given in form of a humorous revue-sketch comedy.

June 13, 2017 the Bergstadt Gymnasium's delegation was received by Head of Taganrog City Inna Titarenko and representatives of the Taganrog Local Government. President of Taganrog Management and Economics College Mr. Avakov told about the growing scope for education cooperation between Taganrog and Lüdenscheid.

Head of Bergstadt Gymnasium's delegation Vlada Heinen highlighted the importance of student exchanges between the two countries for promotion of friendship. According to Mrs. Heinen, Lüdenscheid school students enjoy studying Russian language and culture - several exhibitions dedicated to German and Russian cultures, cuisine and scientific achievements, as well as trivia championships and other events dedicated to Russia and Taganrog history have been organized in the German sister city. Whereas Taganrog city executive told the guests about the city's unique cultural heritage and history. On a final note Mrs. Titarenko wished young students many vivid impressions and nice time in Taganrog.