Alik Mazmanyan

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New Year's Eve in Kézdivásárhely. Kézdivásárhely is a small town located in the heart of Transylvania, Romania, is always a special occasion. As the clock strikes midnight on December 31st, the town square comes alive with music, dancing, and fireworks. It's a time for locals and visitors alike to come together and celebrate the start of a new year.

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On December 1 during the Green Sun Association team-building, we (the Green Sun Association team) visited Herecz castle built in the 11th-12th centuries, and mineral weather sources.

Herec castle was exciting for me to visit similar places there, in past, I have also seen similar very old buildings in Armenia, but it was a new experience for me to visit that place because there are more differences between buildings in my country and in Romania. it was interesting to hear the story of that building and see the ruins of the place in nature. 

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This mount in our city organized the “StartUP Your Dreams” project, from November 12 to 14. Also, We(ESC volunteers): Me ( Alik Mazmanyan from Armenia), Mariam Evanesyan (from Armenian volunteer), and SososTkhlashidze (from Georgia) had the chance to participate in that event.

One of the essential things is meeting with people with experience exchange between people from different countries, which is very interesting and can halp us efficiently develop our ideas and give effective solutions to problems.

We participated from the organizer side and dis pictures and videos from that event it was very interesting also learn about how to start and realize a business idea, which can help us in the future.

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I had no idea what to expect when I first visited Romania. Beyond the stereotypical vampire myths and legends of Transylvania, I knew shockingly little about the country.

What I found on arrival was a beautiful place with hearty food, amazing natural landscapes, and a fraction of the tourists found elsewhere in Europe. The country has a long  history stretching back thousands of years. It was annexed by numerous powers over the centuries, including the Romans, the Byzantines, the Holy Roman Empire, Hungary, and the Soviets.