Next March 19, our nature detectives are going to travel to the lovely Hungarian city of Százhalombatta in the north of the country. The name of this town in Hungarian literally means “One hundred tumuli” referring to the tumulus field at the edge of the town.
Although we do not know when this city was founded exactly, groups of people had already settled in this area four thousand years ago in the Neolithic Age. This mobility will be a really back in time trip to discover the legacy and history of maybe the first European people.
We are sure all our students and teachers will enjoy and learn a lot about invasive species and the history of Europe.