The second day of the project week in Germany started early in the morning, since we had to take the bus for three hours to go to Berlin, the German capital. After a short introductory lecture in the plenary hall of the Bundestag (German federal parliament) with some explanations about the seating plan of the members of parliament and the government, as well as the building itself, the students went quickly to the roof of the building to visit the famous glass dome.B
Beforelunch at the restaurant of the Bundestag, we made a quick tour to the Brandenburg Gate, where everybody – students and teachers – took a lot photos together on the “Pariser Platz”, the square right next to Brandenburg Gate which also hosts the French and American embassies.
The day continued with a quick visit of the Memorial for the Murdered Jews of Europe, the tour continued to Postdamer Platz. Europe’s quickest elevator (8,65m per second) took us up to the top of the Kollhoff-Tower, where we enjoyed the great 360° view around all over town at 101m height.
Afteronehour and a half of free time for the students, we got back to the bus and made our way home to Teterow.
Checkout the video and the Facebook page of the project for more impressions of the second day.
Done by the French Erasmus team.
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