“Norway is very fruity,” says Cologne based Svenja Trenkel “We’ve found many raspberries there”. She and her partner Witali Bytschkow must know. Both were walking through the country – eating what they have found along the way, oftentimes sleeping in a tent.
The project in numbers: 2 575 kilometers, 4 and a half month spent, 102 days of walking, around 26 kilometers per day. Starting in Trondheim, Norway and finishing at Torre de Clérigos cathedral in Porto, Portugal.
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The distance is 18 meters. The tool of choice of the eight teams a recurve bow – as used at the Olympics. It’s the final day of the 2018 team championships of a western Germany archery league. The day that leads the way to the next higher league – or not. With the host, BogenTeam Cölln, aiming at the Landesoberliga. “It’s a great performance also … Continue reading PHOTO-REPORT: Archery League – at the final day of the team championships hosted by BogenTeam Cölln
It’s even a little more international as usual in teacher Mathias Fehn’s class this morning at a Cologne grammar school. Among his students, all refugees or young people coming from foreign countries like Syria, Greece, Italy, Iraq and Spain, are five students from Liverpool University – all of the them future teachers.
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