Ihab Anwar : A Tour of Lisbon

A standout amongst the most huge and maybe even most significant encounters of youthful Ihab Anwar’s life was the chance to partake in his school’s Semester at Sea program; a semester long voyage that gave both Ihab Anwar and his kindred understudies the chance to investigate, learn and experience an assortment of spots, societies and people groups all through Europe and the Caribbean. The study abroad program, which is overseen by the Institute for Shipboard Education, keeps on giving understudies a magnificent chance to find out about the world in ways just impractical in a classroom setting.

Dr. Ihab Anwar

Ihab Anwar, alongside many other yearning scholastics, partook in the Fall 2014 Semester at Sea experience, which included stops at 17 aggregate ports spotted in 15 separate nations. Every port, as a feature of a major globally known city, offered understudies an eminent chance to increase viewpoint on another spot, another arrangement of traditions and structural planning and beautiful magnificence just accessible in every extraordinary destination.

One of the best stops, in any event as per Dr. Ihab Anwar, was the port of Lisbon, Portugal, an immense social center point that has earned universal distinction, and recognition, for its staggering exhibit of noteworthy churches, strongholds and amazing design.

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About Ihab Anwar UK

Ihab Anwar is a student of the University of Rhode Island. He is part of a foreign exchange program and is originally from the United Kingdom. This past fall, he went on the trip of a lifetime with his classmates on a Semester at Sea program. While in the program he traveled to over 15 different countries.
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