EVS News (161)

How has my EVS been going so far - The EVS experiences of a Bulgarian volunteer

Well, where to start I wonder. This will be a long one I guess. First off, my name is Velin and I’m 31 years old, from Sofia, the capital of Bulgaria. I decided to become an EVS volunteer in the beginning of this year (2018).

Le croque monsieur

It is the year 1901 in Paris. A certain Michel Lunarca just opened a new bistro (bar, restaurant).

Со Марко на улица - Street Art Festival in Prilep

In the previous days, the three-day street art festival called ‘With Marko on the Street’ was held in front of the cultural center ‘Marko Cepenkov’ in Prilep.

Israel – the western model of government in the heart of the Middle East

Israel, a Middle Eastern country on the Mediterranean Sea, is regarded by Jews, Christians and Muslims as the biblical Holy Land. Its most sacred sites are in Jerusalem. Within its Old City, the Temple Mount complex includes the Dome of the Rock shrine, the historic Western Wall, Al-Aqsa Mosque and the Church of the Holy Sepulchre. Israel's financial hub, Tel Aviv, is known for its Bauhaus architecture and beaches.

EVS Presentations in High Schools in Prilep

Today we have just started making presentations with the content of the project named as ‘Information Access for Youth’ in order to promote Erasmus+, Youth Exchange and mainly EVS opportunities. As some of you might know, EVS is an international volunteering program funded by European Commission.

MAIDEN’S TOWER: A place to visit in Istanbul

Maiden’s Tower (Kizkulesi in Turkish) is the most popular landmark and monuments of the city of Istanbul. An evening night out, you can watch the sunset and dine there. It is one of the best things to do in Istanbul.

Hungary the world’s most beautiful nation with the biggest troubles in the EU

Hungary is a landlocked country in Central Europe. Its capital, Budapest, is bisected by the Danube River. Its cityscape is studded with architectural landmarks from Buda’s medieval Castle Hill and grand neoclassical buildings along Pest’s Andrássy Avenue to the 19th-century Chain Bridge. Turkish and Roman influence on Hungarian culture includes the popularity of mineral spas, including at thermal Lake Hévíz.