Governor’s School students travel to Europe for spring break

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Governor’s School students travel to Europe for spring break

Governor’s School students stand in front Sun Voyager sculpture in Reykjavik, Iceland. Photo taken on April 20

Governor’s School students stand in front Sun Voyager sculpture in Reykjavik, Iceland. Photo taken on April 20

Nascia Phillips

Governor’s School students stand in front Sun Voyager sculpture in Reykjavik, Iceland. Photo taken on April 20

Nascia Phillips

Nascia Phillips

Governor’s School students stand in front Sun Voyager sculpture in Reykjavik, Iceland. Photo taken on April 20

Braden Ward, Staff Writer

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The Governor’s School instrumental students traveled abroad over spring break.

“We went to Munich, then Baden-Baden, then Paris, and then Reykjavik,” said junior Nascia Phillips.  

The group had the opportunity to see a concert and tour every city.

“My favorite part was definitely getting to see the Berlin Philharmonic, which is one of the best orchestras in the world,” said Nascia.

Highlights include the group’s visit to Paris the day after the Notre Dame burned down, and they swam in geothermal pools in Iceland.

“I definitely plan to visit there again in the future, and hopefully live there for some of my life,” said Nascia.

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