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  1. 1. Culture and Entertainment  Common  Differences  All facilities, museums and  Berlin and Rome do not monuments are in the have beaches, but center of our cities. Barcelona and Cagliari do.  Olympic games have been held in every citiy except for Cagliari. Comenius Project 2010  All the cities have football stadiums.  In Barcelona, Rome and Cagliari the entrance is  Every city has its free for young and elderly traditional festivals. people in most of the museums but not in Berlin.  Only in Berlin you can see snow because of the cold weather.  In all the cities there are discos and pubs but in Barcelona and Berlin there are age restrictions.  Berlin (1986), Rome  New culture centers have (1911-1942) and Barcelona been opened recently: in (1888) hosted the Barcelona “Caixa Forum”, “Universal Exhibition” in Berlin the “Technick except for Cagliari. museum”, in Cagliari a new center “Lazzareto”, in  Architecture is mainly Rome the MAXXI. modern in Berlin and Barcelona, there are more  All cities have classical-style buildings in Auditoriums and Opera Rome and Cagliari. Houses.
  2. 2. Migration Immigration is an important aspect in the modern world. An important advantage is multi-culturality. You can meet different people from different countries from all over the world. Comenius Project 2010 Information and numbers The chart shows the percentage and the rate of immigrants in Europe. Text Text Text Text Text Most immigrants are concentrated in the center of our cities. In Rome they live around “Piazza Vittorio Emanuele. In Barcelona they live in “Ciutat Vella”. In Cagliari they live in “Marina”. In Berlin they concentrate in “Mitte”. Immigrants usually have worse school results than natives. This is not a problem because they are well integrated in our society. We also discovered that, even if we think all the immigrants arrive in “boat”, this is not true? Only 1% of immigrants arrived this way.