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Schlaganfall (folk art) Schritt I
Folk art is a technique that allows you to stand out from the crowd and increase your profile. With this seminar we introduce you to the world of floral designs and create with you fantastic illusions, extraordinary works of art that make it impossible not to stop and admire your creations.
This training will be conducted in your native language. Please do not forget to state your native language when booking.
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The institutional coverage guaranteed by UNESCO, the UCCN network, its Secretariat and the agility of digital communications, as well as that of the public sector broadcasting and broadcasting, is very strong. Conferences and previews are planned to which Italian and foreign newspapers will be invited. We will also use the most classic and proven communication formulas to ensure excellent coverage at the national level.
It will be very important to involve operators, newspapers, magazines and national medias, as well as testimonials and protagonists for whom they are considering partnership agreements.
museum of folk art
Folk Art Museum - one of the main attractions of the Greek city of Komotini (capital of the administrative region of Eastern Macedonia and Thrace). It was founded in 1962 and is managed by the cultural association Komotini. Since 1989 the Museum of Folk Art has been housed in a beautiful two-storey mansion once owned by the Peydis family.
The excellent collection of the Museum of Folk Art perfectly illustrates the development of Thrace's history and culture as well as the life and traditions of the local people. The exhibitions presented in the museum were not only collected in modern Greek Thrace (known in history as Western Thrace), but also in Eastern and Northern Thrace (in present-day Turkey and Bulgaria) and imported from Asia Minor.
Visitors can see traditional clothing, handmade lace, embroidery, jewellery, musical instruments, copper, wood, clay and silver. Presented in museums and household appliances, furniture, tools and a variety of appliances (including agricultural implements and the old loom) and much more. A special place in the exhibition of the Museum of Folk Art has personal items native Komotini - Archbishop Chrysanthos of Athens.