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27 countries for 27 students

-Myriam Jacobs

9 May is Europe Day. The European English section at the International School Manosque took advantage of the occasion to create a poster exhibition to portray the richness of European culture. Also featured was a play that was written and performed by the students.

The poster exhibition will be open to visitors until Tuesday 18 May at the International School in Manosque. Visits led by a teacher from the European Section will be possible on Monday 17 May, 10h00-12h00 and Tuesday 18 May, 14h00-16h30.



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