“Matei Basarab” National College , Bucharest, Romania

“Matei Basarab” National College , Bucharest, Romania

Hello everyone ! We are the students  from  “Matei Basarab” National College and  we chose is Labour and Social Rights as our topic  and to start things off, we would love to show you a short description of our high school.   The “Matei Basarab” National College is named after the Romanian ruler Matei Basarab, who built over 45 churches and monasteries. Years and years have passed over a large number of students, as it is one of the oldest educational institutions in Romania; now, it is no less than 156 years old. It is situated on (you guessed it) Matei Basarab Street no 32. You can see from quite the distance a huge old building. This building’s facade is ivy-covered and, in front of that spectacular sight, is ruler Matei Basarab’s bust, released to the public’s eye in 1888 with the occasion of the celebration of this spiritual leader’s birthday. If you take a closer look inside the National College’s court, you will notice a synthetic footbal field and a few wooden benches. You may also notice the A building, which is filled with classrooms, as well as the festivities grand hall, the amphitheater and one of the institution’s gymnasiums. In the B building there’s the computer lab, the medical office and another gymnasium. Last but not least, the C building is home to the grand gymnasium and, interestingly, it was a museum 7 years ago. Finally, to sustain my good opinion on the National College I am attending I would like to tell you about a study on options for student’s choices on Romanian highschools. Matei Basarab gathered 192 votes. That number of votes brought it to the very first place… So I guess you can say that the Matei Basarab National College deserves a massive shoutout and a few rounds of applauses. Thank you very much! Sincerely, a NCMB’s proud student

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