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28-29 March 2012. Mugla, Turkey. Fifth meeting of the Leonardo Da Vinci ‘Exchanges of practices on the professional training on landscape’
Friday 30 March 2012
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The fifth meeting of the project Leonardo da Vinci takes place in Mugla, Turkey, with the aim of exchanging new competences as regards the professional training on landscape.

This is the occasion to make the point about the common module focusing in particular on:

- The participation of the Institute Polo Valboite from Cortina d’Ampezzo, Italy, with the presentation of Antonio Ambrosino, Alessandro Barozzi and Mary Gino

- The adjustment of the procedures about the utilization of the different virtual tools like the landscape logbook, drawn up in Muglaor l’Intercultural Carpet Blue aiming at valorizing the cultural landscapes of each partner introduced by Hélène Tallec and Mustapha Kairani from the Association Paysage et patrimoine sans frontière in Saint Germain-en-Laye.

- The pace of the utilization of the glossary around the landscape in the classes of the school Guzel Santlar Ve Spor Lisesi of Mugla

- The making up of the pedagogical cards proposed by Mugla as well as the tourist itineraries that will be presented to the Local Regional Administration for the valorization of the landscape.

The school Guzel Santlar Ve Spor Lisesi of Mugla is well keen on the teaching of music education as well as of visual arts, which find their main expression in an environment rich also in artistic heritage. The Italian and French partners of the project have the occasion to admire an exhibition of drawings realized by the pupils regarding houses, balconies and typical engraved wooden doors.

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Under the guide of Erdinc Ince, the responsible for the project for Turkey, and accompanied by a young Anglophone Turkish student, the partners go on a walk around the town and have the opportunity to appreciate the work of restoration of the historical and architectural heritage of the place and its integration in the modern urbanization.

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After this fascinating visit, the partners sit to exchange ideas on the training topics through different themes: design, cuisine, tourism. Referring to the articles present on-line in the website of the Association Paysage et patrimoine sans frontière the French team presents the work carried out by the craft-boutique Techni-Plast on the transformation of the raw material into the final product. Jacques Le Caro, entrepreneur of Techni-Plast, leads the debate with the participants of the Turkish school and the Italian partners.
The exchange is lively and interesting and arouses a number of questions, particularly around the opposition between new and traditional materials. At the end, each participant gets a Perspex necklace.

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Annick Le Caro and Dominique Watrin from the Licée des Métiers show then how determinant the awareness and the study of the landscape are in order to valorize the local products meant for selling and gastronomy.

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At the end of the meeting, all the participants appreciate the warm welcome of the Turkish partner and their work strongly supported by the local administration and the responsible for the Education.

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Browse the press articles from Mugla: :



- Association Paysage et patrimoine sans frontière – Saint Germain-en-Laye, FR
Hélène Tallac – Dominique Watrin – Annick Le Caro – Jacques Le Caro –Mustapha Khairani
- Istruzione Scolastica Superiore Polo Vaboite, Liceo Scientifico, Istituto d’Arte – Cortina d’Ampezzo, IT
Antonio Ambrosino, Alessandro Barozzi, Mary Gino
- Guzel Santlar Ve Spor Lisesi – Mugla, TK
Recep Erdinc Ince, Mehemet Ozkaya, Ali Sefil Tavil, Ozkan Kaya, Fatma Sevin Kapiz Recep Erdinc Ince, Guzel Santlar Ve Spor Lisesi – Mugla, TK

Author : Annick Le Caro and Dominique Watrin, Association Paysage et patrimoine sans frontière – Saint Germain-en-Laye, FR


I was born in Çorum which is in the middle anatolia part of Turkey. It is almost 700 kms from Mugla where I am living now.For me City life has got to be one of the most exciting places to live. Many people seems to think city life is too fast paced or too fake for them to enjoy a city life. Living in the city for me seems to be one of the most exciting places to be. Hearing all of the hustle and bustle going on out side of my house, seems to give me a think, that I am not alone in this world. There are many reasons I love the city life, but there are three main reasons and they are entertainment, convenience, and people. First, there are many reasons I like the city life. Entertainment is the most exciting part about city life. For instance, being able to go out and have a good time at any bar within walking distance from my dormitory is one of the greatest pluses to living in the city. There are also a lot of cafes to go and see friends. A person has a range from the simple movie theater to a concert at GaziKültür Center.In conclusion, living in the city can be a very exciting place to live and work. Because, city life has many things too offer from entertainment, convenience, and the people that life here. Many people grew up in the city and others are stuck in the city for financial reasons. That is why I love the city so much, because I have lived in both worlds. There is nothing like living in the city, because to me the life cannot be too quiet.

Now i would like to share some photos of Mugla City with you!!!

Oguzhan Ceylan ’s account Mugla Güzel Santlar Ve Spor Lisesi. Turquie

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