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Luis Daniel Vargas de Scouts de Colombia explica su participación como voluntario de la Fundación “Soñar Despierto – Pereira” y el programa “Amigos para Siempre”. Menciona como Scouting lo ha ayudado como Coordinador de Amigos para Siempre y comparte su experiencia internacional sirviendo como Instructor en Camp Shands en el Norte de la Florida.
Video link: https://youtu.be/8fmX1-PO1_4
Global Learning Adventures in Oslo, Norway aboard Navigator of the Seas. We visited Nobel Peace Center and downtown Oslo. #visitpeace is the hashtag of the Center. FB: http://www.facebook.com/nobelpeacecenter. Instagram: @nobelpeaceoslo
Travel video about destination Praha in Czech Republic. Prague is called the city of 100 towers and the mother of all towns. #GlobalLearningAdventures
Prague is a golden city of a hundred towers, a gem on the Moldau and a young city with a long history.The most famous of all bridges across the Moldau is the Charles Bridge that connects the old town of Stare Mesto with the city district of Mala Strane below Castle Mountain. Old Town Square is the name of a picturesque square in the centre of the old town surrounded by houses and churches whose facades form a colourful blend of numerous architectural styles. Prague Castle originated from a Slavic settlement in the 9th century A.D. and it is the largest castle complex in the world. The front of the main building measures more than half a kilometre. The Royal Palace is the present living quarters of the country’s president. Nearly one third of its inner courtyard belongs to St. Veits Dom a wonderful Gothic cathedral whose construction took several centuries. A boat trip on the Moldau is an absolute must on any visit to Prague. Most of the excursion boats leave from Charles Bridge close to the Kampa Peninsula. The journey travels beneath a few of the city’s sixteen bridges and the view from the boat adds a totally different perspective to the sights experienced on the city’s streets. Everyone who visits this city falls in love with it and cannot help but be totally fascinated by its special ambience. Prague is a thing of beauty in the very heart of Europe! (Ref: Expoza Travel)
Virtual Tour of 100 Towers in Prague.
#ExploringPrague #GlobalLearningAdventures #ExploringCzechRepublic
Overview of best practices in Information Security including the importance of security policies, vulnerability assessments, testing, cryptography, authentication, legislation, regulations, moral, ethics, and individual responsibility.
#InformationSecurity #CyberSecurity #DrJoseCampus
FrankandSansyShow: “Come with us as we travel across Costa Rica and see it like you’ve never seen it before. Full High Resolution 1080p, full HD stereo sound. Stunning wildlife, landscapes, towns and places”.
Watch this video that combines views from a big city with life in Costa Rica. Managing work and life is one of our big challenges.
#EnvironmentalManagement #LifeManagement #DrJoseCampus
Peñiscola Castle is located on the highest point of the city. It was built by the Knights Templar on the remains of an old Moorish citadel. It was built with walls of carved stone. Most of the rooms had barrel vaults. It is a sober and solid construction. It was the residence of Benedict XIII, who turned it into a palace and papal library when he moved to Peñíscola in 1411. (http://www.spain.info/en/que-quieres/arte/monumentos/castellon/castillo_de_peniscola.html)