The international summer archaeological school for children, which, in the framework of the educational project “Arheolab”, was organized in the Montenegrin resort town of Budva, was completed this morning and had more than 200 visits in 20 days.
According to a statement by representatives of various museums and galleries in Budva, which have been organizing this cultural event in Montenegro for the sixth year in a row, this year the summer archaeological school was headed by Asya Zets, a graduate student in archeology from Padua (Italy). The school of young archaeologists was held from August 1 to 23 and was held daily from 9:30 am to 1:30 pm in the city park of Budva, near the Old Town.
Participants had the opportunity to get acquainted with various archaeological research and the activities of archaeologists.
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