“Athens-Belgrade, history and architecture”

The first day of the second part of the program “Athens-Belgrade, history and architecture” was spent in realizing the idea of matching the hospitality of our guests from Athens who took us to locations related to height during our visit to Greece. That’s why, after a musical welcome program, traditional Serbian food and a scavenger hunt game with the aim of getting to know the school campus, we took our guests to the highest point in the vicinity of Belgrade, to Avala mountain.
The second day of the visit was spent touring the center of our capital. We visited the Parliament, walked along Knez Mihailov Street, had another scavenger hunt on Kalemegdan and went to the Danube, to a place that unites Greek and Serbian history, Kula Nebojša, where the Greek poet, Rigas Feraios, ended his life.