As part of their participation in the Special Olympic World Games, the Pakistani contingent had the opportunity to visit significant historical sites in Berlin. The organizing committee of the Games organized a special tour, allowing the athletes to explore various iconic landmarks.
The special children embarked on a journey that took them to the renowned Wall of Berlin, the German Parliament, the Future Museum, the main Railway Station, Berlin’s largest central park, and a school for children with special needs. During their visit, the children were provided with valuable insights into the historical background of the Wall of Berlin, which stood from 1961 to 1990 before its demolition.
Amidst their visit, Pakistani players and officials captured memorable moments by taking pictures and selfies with the historic Wall of Berlin. The athletes were particularly fascinated by the future museum, where they witnessed a glimpse of Germany’s advancements in robotics and other cutting-edge technologies planned for the next 30 years.
To celebrate the athletes from Pakistan and other participating countries in the World Games, an extraordinary event titled the “Arise Grand Show” was organized in Berlin’s largest theater. During the show, the organizers extended a warm welcome to all participants and provided them with information about the background of the Games and the upcoming mega event scheduled to commence on June 17.
The audience at the event thoroughly enjoyed the mesmerizing performance by German cultural dance artists. Meanwhile, the national athletes representing Pakistan in the mega event are set to commence their training sessions on Friday. Pakistan will be participating in 11 different disciplines during the Games.
The Pakistani contingent participating in the Special Olympic World Games was taken on a tour by the organizing committee of the Games in Berlin to visit various historical places. Special children went to the Wall of Berlin, the German Parliament, the Future Museum, the main Railway Station, Berlin’s largest central park, and a school for special children. The special children were made aware of the historical background of the Wall of Berlin l, which was built in 1961 and demolished in 1990.
Pakistani players and officials took pictures and selfies with the historic Wall of Berlin. During the visit to the future museum, the athletes were very impressed by seeing the robots and other modern technology to be produced by Germany in the next 30 years.
Arise Grand Show was organized in Berlin’s biggest theatre for the athletes of Pakistan and other participating countries in the World Games, where the organizers welcomed the participants and briefed them on the information regarding the background of the Games and the mega event starting from June 17.
On this occasion, the audience was very entertained by the performance of German cultural dance artists. Meanwhile, the national athletes participating in the mega event will start their training sessions on Friday. Pakistan is participating in 11 different disciplines in the event.