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Pilot 2016

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[ultimate_heading main_heading=“Was 2016 geschah… “ main_heading_color=“#bd2446″ heading_tag=“h1″ alignment=“left“ main_heading_font_size=“desktop:42px;mobile:39px;“ main_heading_margin=“margin-top:0px;“ sub_heading_margin=“margin-top:0px;“][/ultimate_heading]
[ultimate_heading main_heading_color=“#000000″ sub_heading_color=“#000000″ alignment=“left“ el_class=“mainFont“ sub_heading_font_size=“desktop:20px;mobile:15px;“ sub_heading_line_height=“desktop:30px;mobile:23px;“ main_heading_font_size=“desktop:50px;mobile:21px;“ main_heading_line_height=“desktop:58px;mobile:31px;“]Am 29. April 2016 fand die Pilotversion von Route 28 in Wien statt. 200 TeilnehmerInnen konnten fünf Stationen besuchen, die folgenden Ländern gewidmet waren: Großbritannien, Polen, Schweden, Spanien und Rumänien. Werfen Sie einen Blick auf diese Reise in unserem Video und sehen Sie sich unsere Fotos und die Berichterstattung zum Event an.

Der Auftakt von Route 28 lockte die TeilnehmerInnen ins Palais Ferstel, wo sie von Poetry Slammer Henrik Szanto und Jonas Scheiner sowie Projektleiterin Katharina Moser begrüßt wurden:[/ultimate_heading]

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[ultimate_heading main_heading=“Die Stationen“ main_heading_color=“#bd2446″ heading_tag=“h1″ alignment=“left“ main_heading_font_size=“desktop:42px;mobile:39px;“][/ultimate_heading]
[ultimate_heading main_heading_color=“#000000″ sub_heading_color=“#000000″ alignment=“left“ el_class=“mainFont“ sub_heading_font_size=“desktop:20px;mobile:15px;“ sub_heading_line_height=“desktop:30px;mobile:23px;“ main_heading_font_size=“desktop:50px;mobile:21px;“ main_heading_line_height=“desktop:58px;mobile:31px;“]Die TeilnehmerInnen wurden in Gruppen eingeteilt und von Guides zu drei der fünf Länder-Stationen begleitet. Bei jeder Station gab es eine kleine Aufgabe für die Gruppe zu erfüllen, deren Gewinner bei der Abschlussveranstaltung im Haus der EU gemeinsam mit dem Publikum ermittelt wurden.[/ultimate_heading]
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Polen
[ultimate_heading main_heading=“Tradition am Teller.“ main_heading_color=“#bd2446″ heading_tag=“h1″ alignment=“left“ main_heading_font_size=“desktop:42px;mobile:39px;“][/ultimate_heading]
[ultimate_heading main_heading_color=“#ffffff“ sub_heading_color=“#000000″ alignment=“left“ el_class=“mainFont“ sub_heading_font_size=“desktop:20px;mobile:15px;“ sub_heading_line_height=“desktop:30px;mobile:21px;“ main_heading_font_size=“desktop:50px;“ main_heading_line_height=“desktop:58px;“ main_heading_margin=“margin-top:0px;“ sub_heading_margin=“margin-top:0px;“]Schon einmal polnische Pierogi probiert? Unter Anleitung von Frau Piotrowski wurde bei der Station Polen geknetet, gekocht und… genossen. Schließlich schmecken selbstgemachte Teigtaschen ganz besonders gut.[/ultimate_heading]
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Großbritannien
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[ultimate_heading main_heading_color=“#ffffff“ sub_heading_color=“#000000″ alignment=“left“ el_class=“mainFont“ sub_heading_font_size=“desktop:20px;mobile:15px;“ sub_heading_line_height=“desktop:30px;mobile:21px;“ main_heading_font_size=“desktop:50px;“ main_heading_line_height=“desktop:58px;“ main_heading_margin=“margin-top:0px;“ sub_heading_margin=“margin-top:0px;“]Kurz vor dem Referendum über den Verbleib Großbritanniens in der EU (der leider dagegen entschieden wurde), zeigten Eugene Quinn und Chris Cummins Gründe auf, Großbritannien nicht gehen zu lassen. Ein humorvoller Rundblick von frittierten Mars-Riegeln bis zu Prinz Harry. Passend situiert im Molly Darcy’s in der Inneren Stadt.[/ultimate_heading]
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Rumänien
[ultimate_heading main_heading=“Genug der alten Blutsauger!“ main_heading_color=“#bd2446″ heading_tag=“h1″ alignment=“left“ main_heading_font_size=“desktop:42px;mobile:39px;“][/ultimate_heading]
[ultimate_heading main_heading_color=“#ffffff“ sub_heading_color=“#000000″ alignment=“left“ el_class=“mainFont“ sub_heading_font_size=“desktop:20px;mobile:15px;“ sub_heading_line_height=“desktop:30px;mobile:21px;“ main_heading_font_size=“desktop:50px;“ main_heading_line_height=“desktop:58px;“ main_heading_margin=“margin-top:0px;“ sub_heading_margin=“margin-top:0px;“]Die Station Rumänien stand ganz im Zeichen des Aufräumens mit Klischees: Im Hof der Hauptuniversität Wien erklärte der Vampirologe Rainer Maria Köppl, warum die historischen Wurzeln Draculas eigentlich nicht in Rumänien, sondern in der Steiermark liegen. Die drei jungen SozialunternehmerInnen Andra Slaats (Co-Gründerin und Geschäftsführerin von Younited Cultures), Alexis Eremia (Co-Gründerin vom Impact Hub Vienna) und Vlad Gozman (Gründer von TEDxVienna) erzählten darüber hinaus ihre Erfolgsgeschichten als RumänInnen in Wien.[/ultimate_heading]
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Schweden
[ultimate_heading main_heading=“Wie viel Schweden steckt in dir? “ main_heading_color=“#bd2446″ heading_tag=“h1″ alignment=“left“ main_heading_font_size=“desktop:42px;mobile:39px;“][/ultimate_heading]
[ultimate_heading main_heading_color=“#ffffff“ sub_heading_color=“#000000″ alignment=“left“ el_class=“mainFont“ sub_heading_font_size=“desktop:20px;mobile:15px;“ sub_heading_line_height=“desktop:30px;mobile:21px;“ main_heading_font_size=“desktop:50px;“ main_heading_line_height=“desktop:58px;“ main_heading_margin=“margin-top:0px;“ sub_heading_margin=“margin-top:0px;“]Michel aus Lönneberga, Dancing Queen oder Billy, das Bücherregal – in den inspirierenden Räumen des Dorotheum im 1. Bezirk, konnten die BesucherInnen in ihren ganz persönlichen Erinnerungen schwelgen und herausfinden, wie schwedisch sie im Laufe ihres Lebens schon geworden sind.[/ultimate_heading]
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Spanien
[ultimate_heading main_heading=“Spurensuche in der Hitze Madrids.“ main_heading_color=“#bd2446″ heading_tag=“h1″ alignment=“left“ main_heading_font_size=“desktop:42px;mobile:39px;“][/ultimate_heading]
[ultimate_heading main_heading_color=“#ffffff“ sub_heading_color=“#000000″ alignment=“left“ el_class=“mainFont“ sub_heading_font_size=“desktop:20px;mobile:15px;“ sub_heading_line_height=“desktop:30px;mobile:21px;“ main_heading_font_size=“desktop:50px;“ main_heading_line_height=“desktop:58px;“ main_heading_margin=“margin-top:0px;“ sub_heading_margin=“margin-top:0px;“]In einer Privatwohnung in der Schwarzspanierstraße luden wir zu einem intimen Hauskonzert der erfolgreichen Singer-Songwriterin Clara Blume (Aktuelles Album: Here Comes Everything), die nicht nur von ihren spanischen Wurzeln berichtete, sondern auch gleich eine Tanzlektion erteilte.[/ultimate_heading]

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[ultimate_heading main_heading=“A Review of 2016″ main_heading_color=“#bd2446″ heading_tag=“h1″ alignment=“left“ main_heading_font_size=“desktop:42px;mobile:39px;“ main_heading_margin=“margin-top:0px;“ sub_heading_margin=“margin-top:0px;“][/ultimate_heading]
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The pilot of Route 28 took place on 29th April 2016. 200 invited guests were able to visit five country stations: Sweden, Romania, the UK, Spain and Poland. You can be part of the experience by watching our video, looking through our photo album or reading the media coverage of the event.
At the beginning, people were invited to join Poetry Slammers, Henrik Szanto and Jonas Scheiner, as well as project leader, Katharina Moser, for a welcome address at the Palais Ferstel.[/ultimate_heading]

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[ultimate_heading main_heading=“The Stations“ main_heading_color=“#bd2446″ heading_tag=“h1″ alignment=“left“ main_heading_font_size=“desktop:42px;mobile:39px;“][/ultimate_heading]
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Poland
[ultimate_heading main_heading=“Traditional food on a plate.“ main_heading_color=“#bd2446″ heading_tag=“h1″ alignment=“left“ main_heading_font_size=“desktop:42px;mobile:39px;“][/ultimate_heading]
[ultimate_heading main_heading_color=“#ffffff“ sub_heading_color=“#000000″ alignment=“left“ el_class=“mainFont“ sub_heading_font_size=“desktop:20px;mobile:15px;“ sub_heading_line_height=“desktop:30px;mobile:21px;“ main_heading_font_size=“desktop:50px;“ main_heading_line_height=“desktop:58px;“ main_heading_margin=“margin-top:0px;“ sub_heading_margin=“margin-top:0px;“]Have you ever had the chance to try Polish Pierogi? With the help of Mrs. Piotrowski, participants at the Polish station could knead, cook and eat Pierogi. After all, self-made food tastes the best.

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United Kingdom
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Romania
[ultimate_heading main_heading=“Enough of these old bloodsuckers!“ main_heading_color=“#bd2446″ heading_tag=“h1″ alignment=“left“ main_heading_font_size=“desktop:42px;mobile:39px;“][/ultimate_heading]
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The Romanian station challenged the typical clichés:
In the courtyard of the University of Vienna, the vampirologist Rainer Maria Köppl explained why the historic roots of Dracula are actually not located in Romania, but Styria, Austria. Three young social entrepreneurs Andra Slaats (Co-founder and CEO at Younited Cultures), Alexis Eremia (Co-founder of Impact Hub Vienna) und Vlad Gozman (founder of TEDxVienna) told us further about their personal success stories as Romanians in Vienna.[/ultimate_heading]

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Sweden
[ultimate_heading main_heading=“How much Sweden have you got in you?“ main_heading_color=“#bd2446″ heading_tag=“h1″ alignment=“left“ main_heading_font_size=“desktop:42px;mobile:39px;“][/ultimate_heading]
[ultimate_heading main_heading_color=“#ffffff“ sub_heading_color=“#000000″ alignment=“left“ el_class=“mainFont“ sub_heading_font_size=“desktop:20px;mobile:15px;“ sub_heading_line_height=“desktop:30px;mobile:21px;“ main_heading_font_size=“desktop:50px;“ main_heading_line_height=“desktop:58px;“ main_heading_margin=“margin-top:0px;“ sub_heading_margin=“margin-top:0px;“]Emil of Lönneberga, Dancing Queen or Billy, the bookshelf – in the inspiring rooms of the Dorotheum in the 1st district, participants could indulge in happy memories of Sweden and find out how much the Swedish have influenced their lives so far.[/ultimate_heading]
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Spain
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[ultimate_heading main_heading_color=“#ffffff“ sub_heading_color=“#000000″ alignment=“left“ el_class=“mainFont“ sub_heading_font_size=“desktop:20px;mobile:15px;“ sub_heading_line_height=“desktop:30px;mobile:21px;“ main_heading_font_size=“desktop:50px;“ main_heading_line_height=“desktop:58px;“ main_heading_margin=“margin-top:0px;“ sub_heading_margin=“margin-top:0px;“]For the Spanish station we invited our guests to listen to the Austrian-Spanish singer-songwriter Clara Blume (current album: Here Comes Everything) giving a house concert in a private apartment on the Schwarzspanierstraße (Literally translated: Black-Spanish-Street). She also spoke about her Spanish roots and taught the participants some Flamenco moves.[/ultimate_heading]

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