The school's English Department wants to participate in this year's cultural week with a photo exhibition of our own personal cultural and natural heritage.
Photos of our villages, our own nearby monuments, buildings, private landscapes... together with a personal description of each of the photos in English to be displayed at the school's hall during the event. So start taking photos...
- Photos must be a standard digital size between 11'4x15'2 & 15'2x20'2
- The description must be in English. You must explain where it is, its name, what it is and the reason you chose it. You must check that your description is correct. You can count on your teacher's help.
- PHOTOS MUST BE HANDED IN BEFORE MARCH 1stHere are some examples:As Fragas do Eume is a natural park situated in north-west Spain. Fraga is a Galician word for "natural woodland" and the park is an example of a temperate rainforest. The protected area extends along the valley of the river Eume within the Ferrolterra municipalities of Pontedeume, Cabanas, A Capela, Monfero, Pontedeume, and As Pontes. Some 500 people reside within the park.The area was declared a natural park (a level of protection lower than national park) in 1997. It is one of six natural parks in Galicia. It's near where my parents come from and its a peaceful place to visit and a natural heritage that we should preserve.
- Monastery of Caaveiro The Monastery of Saint John of Caaveiro (Galician Mosteiro de San Xoán de Caaveiro) is a Spanish monastery founded in the tenth century by Saint Rudesind. It is situated in Pontedeume, Ferrolterra, Galicia, within the Fragas do Eume Natural park. You have to climb up the hill to reach it. It's a wonder how they could build it there so long time ago.