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Second student exchange within project “Tradition Which Heals” 
(Tuesday, 22nd January 2019)

 

   On Tuesday, 22nd January 2019, second student exchange took place within the project “Tradition Which Heals”.
  The one-day exchange was organized by Medical School Split in cooperation with Mr. Andrija Polic, director and owner of "Stella mediterranea".


    High Medical School Split was visited by Secondary Medical School Ante Kuzmaniuća Zadar students (Leonarda Perinić, Ante Benčić, Karlo Jurjević, Matea Ivković) accompanied by their teachers Verica Elveđi and Marin Joja, and by High School Kaštel Štafilić students (Antonija Tadin, Marija Mratinić) accompanied by their teacher Miranda Mendeš. The hosts were students Ivana Ujević, Matea Ribičić, Korina Dodoja, Magdalena Tutek i Mila Vuletić with their teachers Zrinka Smoljanović Baburica and Sanja Roje. The School coordinators Tanja Serdarević, Petrana Pupić i Sanja Perić also participated in the project.
    After a constructive discussion at the school, we visited the "Stella Mediterranea" complex in Klis, where there are two factories (traditional Dalmatian delicacies "Stella Croatica" and nutritional supplements "Herba croatica"), an ethno village, botanical garden, museum and concept store.

   Our very kind host, the director and owner of the company, Andrija Polić, told us an interesting story about development of this modern complex, from a small family souvenir manufacturing on the island of Mljet sixteen years ago, to today's respectable production with about 50 employees. He insisted on eco-production within the local community and using the available resources from the EU.

   During our tour of Stella, we saw a food production process that follows the modern principles of food safety. In Herba we met two young technologists, Ivana i Tadijana, former students of Medical School in Split. They explained different methods and techniques to us, for example lyophilisation, percolation and distillation of plants.

   Despite the rain, we managed to see the botanical garden and ethno-agro village. All participants expressed the desire to visit this very interesting and educational complex in the spring or fall, when the environment can be fully experienced in the right way. The concept store and museum in the end of our visit left a great impression on us.

   The second exchange with the students and mentors from Zadar and Kaštel Štafilić was a funny and educational experience. We have presented all the work we have done so far in our part of the project. Throughout the day we have created a general impression of the final version of the project.

   We are looking forward to the last exchange where everything will be finished and hopefully presented in Terme of Tuhelj.

Korina Dodoja, Magdalena Tutek i Mila Vuletić
 


    
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