Visit of Albert Camus secondary school
Vidéo de présentationWelcome to Albert Camus secondary school in Bayonne.The school is named after Albert Camus, who was a famous French writer but also a committed journalist involved in the French Resistance.Two of his most famous novels are the Stranger (1942) and The Plague (1947). He received Le Grand Prix de la Critique Littéraire in 1948 for the rt Camus was also awardedThe Nobel Prize in Literature in 1957 "for his important literary production, which with clear-sighted earnestness illuminates the problems of the human conscience in our times".The school, which is located at the bottom of the blocks of flats of the Sainte Croix area, has been entirely renovated. The Sainte Croix district, also known as Uptown Bayonne or ZUP is a social and educational priority buildings which were designed by architect Marcel Breuer at the end of the 1960s have gone through an important modernization since 2008, as part of the national program for urban redevelopment. Most of the flats the pupils live in are council flats.
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