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THE PARSIFAL PROJECT - COMMON CULTURAL ELEMENTS IN EUROPEAN LEGENDS, MYTHS AND TRADITIONAL TALES

Anca Colibaba, Irina Gheorghiu, Irina Croitoru and Carmen Antonita
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Anca Colibaba: Grigore T.Popa University Iasi / Fundatia EuroEd Iasi, Romania
Irina Gheorghiu: Albert-Ludwigs University Freiburg, Germany
Irina Croitoru: Grigore T.Popa University Iasi, Romania
Carmen Antonita: Scoala Primara EuroEd Iasi, Romania

CrossCultural Management Journal, 2019, issue 2, 105-109

Abstract: The article is based on the Parsifal project, a European project funded by the Erasmus+ programme (Project Number: 2018-1-PL01-KA201-050865), which is being implemented by EuroEd Foundation Iasi, Romania. The project aims to bring cultural heritage to the attention of students in order to enrich their learning processes. The project looks at traditional tales and legends in each partner country (Poland, Italy, Lithuania, Bulgaria and Romania) with a view to identifying common European roots. The paper focuses on main themes and common features identified in Bulgarian, Italian, Lithuanian, Polish and Romanian legends: real and mythological characters and animals, heritage, environments and common objects, recurring situations and challenges, moral and ethical topics.

Keywords: Legends; Cultural heritage; Common roots (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2019
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