Sustainable Sea by Marina and Eva

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eTwinning Programme: Sustainable Sea : 

© Marina Denelava - Evangelia Gergatsouli, 2009 eTwinning Programme: Sustainable Sea Participants’ Rivers and Seas

Participants : 

Participants Bourgoin-Jallieu, France Bydgoszcz, Poland Drobeta Turnu Severin, Romania Dzierzgon, Poland Kranj, Slovenia Mainz, Germany Umea, Sweden Ancona, Italy Arucas, Spain Athens, Greece

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In Bourgoin-Jallieu, the Bion merges with the Bourbre which flows into the Rhône. Bourgoin-Jallieu, France, Bion River, Bourbre River

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Bourgoin-Jallieu, France, Bion River, Bourbre River The Rhône runs down to the MEDITERRANEAN SEA. Bourbre River (photo).

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Bourgoin-Jallieu, France, Bion River, Bourbre River Bourbre River (photo).

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Bydgoszcz, Poland, Brda & Vistula rivers Bydgoszcz is a city in northern Poland, on the Brda and Vistula rivers and Bydgoszcz Canal.

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Bydgoszcz, Poland, Brda & Vistula rivers It empties into the Vistula Lagoon or directly into the Gdansk Bay of the BALTIC SEA.

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Bydgoszcz, Poland, Brda & Vistula rivers Vistula is one of the most important and the longest rivers in Poland at 1,047 km in length.

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Drobeta Turnu Severin, Romania It is a town situated on the left bank of the Danube, the longest river in the European Union, and the second longest river in Europe, after the Volga.

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About 8 km away from the town there is the largest hydro power station on this river, The Iron Gates I. Drobeta Turnu Severin, Romania

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Drobeta Turnu Severin, Romania The Danube runs down to the BLACK SEA.

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Dzierzgon, Poland Dzierzgon is a small town in northern Poland.

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Dzierzgon, Poland The town of Dzierzgon lies on the river Dzierzgon.

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Dzierzgon, Poland It starts west of Morag in the Warmia-Masuria Province and empties into Lake Druzno south of Elblag. It is 45 km long.

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Kranj, Slovenia Two years ago a big storm came in our hometown and this river, named Sora which is in surroundings of Kranj, transgressed its banks.

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Kranj, Slovenia One of the most famous tourist place in Slovenia is Bled which is around 20 km from Kranj. There is also a small piece of ADRIATIC SEA, only around 30 km.

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It is enough that we can say that we have all : Alps, Adriactic sea and Pannonian plain. This characteristic you can see also on Slovenia Coat of Arms. Kranj, Slovenia

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Mainz, Germany The Rhine is used for transporting lots of cargo, so this is actually quite ecological.

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Under the Theodor-Heuss Brücke there is an office where some chemists examine the chemicals in the Rhine. Mainz, Germany

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Their findings are put into a glass showcase, which also contains a fish tank. The Rhin runs to the NORTH SEA. Mainz, Germany

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Umeå Sweden,Gulf of Bothnia Umeå is situated near the Umeå River, who is regulated by hydropower plants.

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Umeå river enter the Gulf of Bothnia, a link for transportation of gods from the Västerbotten County. Umeå Sweden,Gulf of Bothnia

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Umeå Sweden,Gulf of Bothnia Small lakes are situated in the surrounding of Umeå.

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Ancona Italy This is the water of the ADRIATIC SEA on the Portonovo Bay, usually the water is quite clean, the white small stones, are similar the one which are in Croatia, which is in front of us, across the Adriatic Sea.

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This second photo is taken in Falconara, Ancona,where a oil refinery polluted the the Adriatic Sea, you can see in the distance a pipeline and a ship. Ancona Italy

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Ancona Italy Here in the port of Ancona, the water is quite polluted by the dumping of industrial waste and the dumping overboard.

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Arucas Las Palmas, Spain Water is scarce in Arucas.“Cantonera”, a typical local device to distribute water among farmers.

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El Puertillo Arucas Las Palmas, Spain Arucas is a town in the north of Gran Canaria, Canary islands, just off the north coast of Africa, in the ATLANTIC OCEAN.

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Arucas Las Palmas, Spain “Las Salinas”, the traditional sea salt mines.

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Kifissos is the longest river in Athens. It comes from the natural hub of Penteli and Parnitha mountains. It dichotomises the capital of Greece and ends in Saronic Gulf of Aegean Sea, in the eastern of Mediterranean Sea. Athens, Greece

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Athens, Greece According to the ancient Greek mythology, Kifissos was the river God who presided over the largest river of the Athenian plain.

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Athens, Greece Kifissos caused most of the wealth of Athens but a big part of its beauty was lost due to the big and the brutal "abuse“.

Sources : 

3rd UPPER SECONDARY SCHOOL "MILTOS KOUNTOURAS" - October 2009 Sources Lycee L’ Oiselet / France eTwinning Programme (wkto) Music: Inside Information / Composer: Adonis Mitzelos Designers Marina Denelava Evangelia Gergatsouli

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