The youth camp that was part of the project in Senta is over. Camp participants had the opportunity to become acquainted with many of the sights of Vojvodina and Hungary between June 27th and July 2nd, as well as visit several important integral elements of the cultural heritage of this region. During the event, participants became acquainted with the work of the historical archives, visited the only agricultural museum in the country in Kulpin, and spent a full day in Ópusztaszer in Hungary. They also visited the Rokai ranch in Ludaš, attending a charming Tisza river cruise, as well as visiting the renovated synagogue of Subotica and the zoo in Palić.
There was a total of sixteen students in the camp: eight high-schoolers from Hungary and eight from Vojvodina.