The on-site learning activities continued to the travelling “Remembrance Square” exhibition by the Gogora Institute for Remembrance, Coexistence and Human Rights. “Remembrance Square” is a project that collects and exhibits witness accounts on what happened in the Basque Country in recent decades in order to build a shared and pluralistic memory. The activities finished with dinner at the well-known Petritegi Cider House.
Wednesday 5 April saw participants of EuroClio’s 24th Annual Conference “Intersections: How Can History Education Change Today?” take part in an on-site learning day of activities. Participants visited museums and historic venues around the beautiful city of San Sebastian. Visits took place to the Gernika Peace Museum, the Old Assembly House and the Gernikako Arbola (the oak tree of Gernika).