Community building for the young migrants through arts and acquaintance with the history and culture of the Czech Republic. Lectures on photography and writing, travels and sightseeing with professional guides.
Youth Included team prepared for you the new adventure!
Czech Republic under the rule of the Habsburgs.
Glitter and secrets of noble families.
A trip from Prague to the Melnik castle with a guided tour.
A practical lesson in compiling travel notes.
Date: June, 6
Place: meeting in the metro hall Ladvi
Duration 5 hours.
The trip to Mělník will take you to the confluence of the two largest Czech rivers, the Vltava and the Labe, at the historical town of Mělník. This trip full of beautiful views and famous places also includes a visit to Mělník Chateau, originally named Pšov, which is situated above the river and the sloping vineyards.
The chateau and the town were then held by the wives of important Czech rulers. Elizabeth of Bohemia stayed there for a long time in the days of disputes with her husband, John of Bohemia. It was during the time of the last Přemyslids in the second half of the 13th century when a great Gothic castle was built. The last Černín heiress to the estate, Marie Ludmila, married Augustus Antonín Josef (Eusebius) Lobkowicz in 1753. Since then, the Mělník branch of the Lobkowicz family owned the chateau until 1948 and it was returned again in 1992.
Registration via link https://forms.gle/7P8G5hVHSU1APpEi9
Why is it free?
Because Youth Included is a non-profit organization that holds themed events for migrants to get to know each other, expand their network and find friends!
Networking and education
The project is supported by European Solidarity Corps, which offer young people the opportunity to help those in need, to take part in solving societal problems and to work for a more inclusive society. At the same time, it offers the opportunity to gain new skills and work experience, which will improve their position in the labour market.
cultural power project 2021-1-CZ01-ESC30-SOL-000036727