Monday, June 8, 2009

Once upon a time

18th century daily scenes will be performed for children in these tents at the Oeiras Palace gardens.

20 comments:

brattcat said...

Lucky, lucky children. I hope that they have a glorious time and that they are left with an eagerness to learn more.

Hilda said...

I want to be there!!!

henny said...

I don't mind being a child one more time. You must be busy these days, many interesting events are going in Oeiras :).

B Squared said...

What a great idea;entertainment and education.

Cezar and Léia said...

What a great idea to teach kids and even adults about "history" doing children perform the play!

Tenha um ótima semana querido amigo!
Léia

Olivier said...

belle création des enfants.
nice creation of the children.

Prospero said...

Nice to be a child in Oeiras. What fun!

Lois said...

What a great idea! I wish I could take my grandson.

joo said...

Greay idea indeed! Could be nice to be a kid again:)

Jacob said...

How nice is that! I really like the idea of presenting historical plays...we don't have a lot of that in this country.

Very nice photos, too, JM!

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cieldequimper said...

I love them! Will you be going? ;-)

Virginia said...

JM, We've seen a lot of gardens here in Paris with my grandchildren. Would love to visit yours as well. Sorry I"m not able to visit as often. I'm trés busy.
V

Dina said...

That's a great idea and a pretty setting.

That is the chicken said...

This looks like fun! Do they let adults in too?

magiceye said...

oh must be so much fun!

Buenos Aires Photoblog said...

Very, very nice!!!! I think every kid would be happy about having this.

Buenos Aires Photo

Small City Scenes said...

Oh, that looks like it will be so much fun. what a great way to learn history. MB

Leif Hagen said...

Fun snap! Show us the FASHION show models and the kids' play in the tents, please! You rule!

humanobserver said...

they look beautiful and cute :)