3rd Short-Term Exchange. Iniesta, Spain 10-16 Apr 2018 – Dinner and culture

Friday, 13th April – 4th day of the visit

What’s the best way to know the culture of a city? We thought that taking the culture to the students was the best way. And we joined both culture and fun. Students and teachers had dinner in a restaurant of Iniesta where two types of tipical dances were shown. Firstly, a flamenco music group sang and danced for the Erasmus+ partners, encouraging to them to follow the dances. Next, a group of persons of Iniesta danced a traditional dance called “Paloteo” because they use pieces of wood to hit against the wood of the other dancers.

Here are some pictures of the activity.


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