See you soon Arianna

After several months with the European Federation of Napoleonic Cities, Arianna Duri has just completed her internship.
How time flies! On her departure, she shared the following testimony with us:

Arianna Duri

Working with the European Federation of Napoleonic Cities and Destination Napoleon has been a very instructive experience for me. Over the months, I have been able to participate in meetings, work on the exhibition"Urbanism in the 19th century" in cooperation with Europeana and, in the last few months, to take care of Destination Napoleon social networs. I have been able to discover all the work behind a cultural route and behind this European federation: each meeting, each activity, each idea is a piece of what will become a project for this European network, and for the member cities.

I am very grateful to Charles Bonaparte for allowing me to do my internship at the FECN. I would like to thank all the people I met during my internship: Pierre-Paul Gori for teaching me how to use digital tools, but especially Eleonora Berti and Denise de Roux for all the time they gave me and for all the moments shared, each one containing a very important lesson for me. I say goodbye to the member cities, the members of the scientific committee and the national coordinators. 

See you soon!

Arianna Duri

Thank you Arianna for your support over the last few months: it has been a real pleasure to have you on our team!
We wish you all the best for the future, and hope that our paths will cross again soon.

The FECN team - Destination Napoleon.

About Arianna

Arianna Duri joined the European Federation of Napoleonic Cities in September 2021 as an intern. She graduated in 2020 in Visual Arts at the University of Bologna (Italy), and is now doing a Master's degree in Tourism and Cultural Heritage Management at the same university. Her studies and her passion for history and art led her to participate in an EVS project in France (Pays de la Loire and Bretagne), concerning the preservation of cultural heritage. In addition, she works as an assistant and secretary in an online photography school.

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