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February-July 2017

Servers

Today we have been working on ordering university server cables. we first checked each computer in which internet port is connected, then disconnect them, from the server without creating problems in other rooms.

Victor Alexandru Ovadiuc

Practice

Another day working in the office. Learning how to install and program alarm systems.
Fixing routers and configuring them, working on the Erasmus website and improving it.

 

 

 

 

Florian Chitu

Hardware work

Today was an exciting day because we disassembled our hard drives, laptops, power supplies and checked the routers. After that, I separated the components, namely electronics with to electronics, metals with to metals, plastics with to plastics and so with every electronic element.

 

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Florian Chitu

Berlin

During summer in a summer internship in Poland, we organize trips. Today we visited Berlin. Among the tourist attractions, we have visited: Classic Remise (the car exhibition), the television tower, the Samsung building, Berliner dorm, Alexander Platz and Brandenburg Gate. Was a great experience for all.

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Victor Alexandru Ovadiuc

Summer camp in Zielona Góra

Today I attended a summer camp in Zielona Góra. There we created a news studio with teachers and children. A little girl presented the program of the day with a boy who whispered him under the table. After that, we all went out and I taught them a song in Portuguese and I had a Capoeira demonstration.20170821_124111

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Victor Alexandru Ovadiuc

Dresden

Dresden has a long history as the capital and royal residence for the Electors and Kings of Saxony, who for centuries furnished the city with cultural and artistic splendour. The city was known as the Jewel Box, because of its baroque and rococo city centre. The controversial American and British bombing of Dresden in World War II towards the end of the war killed approximately 25,000 people, many of whom were civilians, and destroyed the entire city centre. After the war restoration work has helped to reconstruct parts of the historic inner city, including the Katholische Hofkirche, the Zwinger and the famous Semper Oper.

 

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Florian Chitu

Prague

The route of a 2-hour ride covers all the ancient parts of Prague: Old Town, New Town, Lesser Town and Prague Castle. At the Prague Castle, there is a hop-on hop-off break for you to explore the surroundings at your own leisure during a 30-40 minute walk included. See all of Prague’s most famous locations such as the Old Town Square, Spanish Synagogue, St. Agnes Monastery, Republic Square, Municipal House, Powder Tower, Masaryk Railway Station, State Opera House, National Museum, Wenceslas Square, New Town Hall, Charles Square, Dancing House, Vltava Bridges, National Theatre, Charles Bridge, Rudolfinum Music Hall, Petrin Hill and look-out tower, Manes Bridge, Lesser Town, Pohorelec and Strahov Monastery, Czernin Palace – Ministry of foreign affairs, Loreto Prague, Prague Castle, Royal Summer House, The Straka Academy – Government of the Czech Republic, Jewish Quarter and The Old New Synagogue. It is worth seeing these places.

 

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St. Nicholas

Synagogue

Spanish Synagogue

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Powder Tower

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Florian Chitu

Karpacz

Karpacz is one of the most popular and entertaining mountain holiday resorts in Poland. Listed among the “winter capitals of Poland”, it draws more visitors than it has permanent inhabitants and is especially attractive for outdoor types – not only skiers but also hikers. In addition to beautiful lakes, waterfalls and rock formations, the characteristic feature of the Karkonosze landscape includes enormous carvings of glaciers during the glacier era and strange stones. There is half a dozen on the Polish side of the Sudeten, it is worth visiting this place.

 

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Florian Chitu

Palm House in Zielona Góra

Palm House, an Exotic place, filled with huge plants, including Poland’s tallest palm tree.
One can eat a dinner or order just a cup of tea.
There are few levels to climb up or use a lift and admire huge, exotic trees and have an enchanting look over the city of Zielona Gora with refreshing air, some fish tanks, and turtles. Definitely a nice stop in the town.

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Diana Niti

Woodstock Festival

This Saturday we were at Woodstock Festival Poland. This is a huge and free music event which takes place in the beginning of August in Kostrzyn nad Odrą in western Poland. There are four stages, which host a variety of different music genres: Main Stage, Second Stage, Viva Kultura Tent Stage, and Night AFA Stage. The massive event is firmly rooted in the ideals of peace, friendship, and love, and it might be the last vestige of the world, where people of all creeds and beliefs can co-exist peacefully together. The festival, which attracts thousands of guests each year, not only boasts a diverse line-up of performers, catering to people with very different music tastes, but also creates a vibrant, diverse community, where everyone can feel welcome and appreciated. The festival campsites, which, just like the main event itself, is free, remains open for everyone. Young and old representatives of different subcultures, which are usually pitted against each other, come together for the duration of the festival and form one community.

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Haltestelle Woodstock  Hare Krishna

 

source:http://en.woodstockfestival.pl/o-festiwalu

 

Diana Niti
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