THE BOTTLES CEMETERY

Pamplona - Espagne - Chantier court terme

Archeology

  • Chantier International
  • 15-08-2018 - 29-08-2018
  • 12 volontaires
  • 18-30 ans
  • 0 de frais de participation
  • SVINC02-18

Description

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Partenaire

INSTITUTO NAVARRO DE DEPORTE Y JUVENTUD is the Department of Sports and Youth of the Government of Navarre. The INDJ develops a program of work camps for young volunteers from all countries to learn about the history and culture of Navarra.

Travail

The Bottles Cemetery is located on the Mount Ezkaba, next to the city of Pamplona. There were buried 131 prisoners during the Spanish Civil War and during the dictatorship of the general Franco. The aim is to dignify this area working on the historical memory and to improve its access and public information for visitors. The works will be guided by qualified staff for the specific task of the camp During this Workcamp, participants will be able to visit the dynamic city of Pamplona and its surroundings, such as the Basque Country and the beautiful landscapes of the Pryrenees of Navarra.

Logement & Nourriture

Youth Residence "Fuerte del Príncipe", Calle Goroabe, nº 36 Pamplona. The residence will provide the accomodation in rooms for two or three people. The residence also will provide the food for the Young volontiers.

Emplacement & Temps libre

LINK video Cementerio de las Botellas https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NYyk6248DiE#action=share Pamplona, the capital of Navarra, is a pretty laid back city. There is a constant, steady flow of visitors, many of whom are pilgrims or hikers doing the Camino de Santiago (Route of St. James). The city is very easy to navigate and almost every place of interest can be found within the well-preserved medieval city center and is within walking distance from the Plaza del Castillo (Castle Square). Pamplona is proud to have a beautiful Old Town, which is definitely the nicest part of the city and also where visitors spend most of their time. The Old Town was once surrounded by a defensive wall and some sections of it can still be seen today. The stone-paved streets of the Old Town are mainly for pedestrians and wind their way through the historical heart of the city, between medieval churches, palaces and, of course, plenty of bars and restaurants. It hosts one of the world´s biggest parties, the festival of San Fermín, where the exhilarating "Running of the Bulls" takes place.

Nécessaire

Clothes, shoes, gloves and hat suitable for this type of work Tracksuit, trainers and resting shoes Raincoat and warm clothes Swimming costume, towel, sun lotion and personal cleaning

Notes Supplémentaires

Meeting point: Youth Residence "Fuerte del Príncipe", Calle Goroabe, nº 36 Pamplona. Day: 15/08/2018 Time: 7:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m Phone: +34 948 291206