On the eve of the Knowledge Day festive mood was presented to the pupils of the «Berega» center
By tradition, on the eve of the start of the new academic year, the National Medical Research Radiological Center of the Ministry of Health of The Russian Federation prepared a surprise for the students of the Center for Assistance to Family Education «Berega». This time children had an excursion called «Interactive Flight Over Moscow», which took place on the 89th floor of the tower «Federation. Vostok» of the Moscow-City complex.
Experienced guides told the children about the amazing facts of our capital, the main sights of the city, which can be seen from a height of 327 meters – the Kremlin, Victory Park, the Ostankino TV tower, the Luzhniki stadium, the Cathedral of Christ the Savior and even 7 Stalin skyscrapers. Of course, there were stories about the construction of the complex:
What tower is the tallest
What is the brightest
How to build a spiral tower
The main surprise that awaited the children at the end of the exciting excursion was an incredible immersion in the world of ice cream and chocolate production. The guys were able not only to try many new flavors and even types of dessert loved by everyone, but also to enjoy the softest ice cream released right from under the conveyor.
– We have known a lot of children from the «Berega» Center for many years, they are growing before our eyes. We treat each child with particular trepidation and we understand the importance of our attention and care to them. We are glad support them!” said Andrey Kaprin, the General Director of the National Medical Research Radiological Centre of the Ministry of Health of Russia.
And today, The First of September – the Day of Knowledge – we congratulate all the children of the Center for Assistance to Family Education «Berega», as well as our new students – residents and graduate students of the National Medical Research Radiological Center of the Ministry of Health of The Russia, who continue to discover the wonderful world of medicine and oncology. We wish you all interesting studies, new knowledge, interesting discoveries and, of course, new friends!