11/4/2011 - 01/09/2011

Lusine díky své dobré znalosti ruštiny nabídla veřejnosti možnost konverzací v tomto jazyce. Mimo konverzace se také zapojila do všech prezentačních aktivit ICM Prostějov, především přípravou letáků, a také navrhla své vlastní - workshop Batik art a grafický kurz Snadná cesta k tvorbě letáků. Připravila také grafickou stránku příručky pro budoucí dobrovolníky EDS v Prostějově.

About me:

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My name is Lusine Artenyan. I am a 23 year old girl from Armenia. I am a very friendly, responsible, polite and honest person, open-minded to new ideas and influences and hobbies. I have an enquiring mind and curious character and so am eager to learn new things and am interested in the people around me. One of my biggest hobbies is handmade things: earrings, bracelets, cups, or souvenirs made from clay. I am currently studying at National Academy of Sciences of Armenia, for Master’s Degree. I am actually a mathematician by my profession, and have some programming experience.

I want to make myself useful in the world, and get new experiences of which I can learn and with which I can help others in need. I am very curious to other cultures and different ways of living, I think it is a challenge to learn to speak and communicate with a new language.

I am not afraid for a challenge and I look forward to a new adventure and am open for every new experience. .

About my country

Armenia is a landlocked mountainous country in the Caucasus region of Eurasia. Located at the crossroads of Western Asia and Eastern Europe Armenia lies in the highlands surrounding the Biblical mountains of Ararat, Recent archeological studies have found the world's earliest leather shoe, skirt, and wine-producing facility , in Armenia, dated to about 4000 B.C. Yerevan is the capital and largest city of Armenia and one of the world's oldest continuously-inhabited cities...

Republic square in Yerevan

Sasuntsi David statue and Yerevan train station

Sevanavank Monastery on the shore of Lake Sevan

Tatev Monastery

the statue of Mother Armenia in Yerevan

Yerevan and Mount Ararat