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The Origami Peace Tree Project - UNESCO-IFPC 2005 Winner (France, Paris)
Wow! What an Amazing World! - Global Junior Challenge 2007 Winner (Italy, Rome)
Ford Foundation International Fellowships Program winner 2009 (USA, New York)

Dear Friends of the Planet Origami!

Welcome to the World Origami Peace Tree Garden project site!
OPT Garden

Dear Friends,

We created the Origami Peace Tree project in 2000 and planned to grow Origami garden at least in dozen countries. At present time the Origami Peace Tree Garden is already grown. Have a look the nice unique garden picture above.
The Russian Federation, Korea, the USA, Germany, Japan, India, Ukraine, Poland, Brazil, Israel, Romania and Argentina are those twelve countries who were the OPT festival hosts. The private persons, the origami and the public organizations took care for the origami festivals and about 8000 folders from 60 countries have supported the project idea "Peace through the art of Origami".
Have a look at their names and nice pictures in our History section.
We express our heartfelt gratitude to all participants of the OPT Festivals for the excellent models and confidence in us.
Our special gratitude to Gerwin Sturm from Austria for his very good job as the Project Web Designer.
We will be grateful for your opinions and comments about the project.

We love Peace! We love Origami!

Larisa and Alex Levashov
from Russia with Love
International Art Partnership "Peace Tree"

Origami is the beautiful art of paper folding available for everybody. Since it only takes a sheet of paper, this art can easily be enjoyed anywhere.

The International Art "World Origami Peace Tree Garden" project was created to give people a little bit of happiness in getting in touch with beauty by the Levashov family, Larisa, Alexander and Anastasia, in the year 2000 in Russia, the leaders of the

The project goals are to bring the art of Origami to as many people in the World as possible and to promote a peaceful and better world by educating youth and adult through art practised without discrimination of any kind and in the Philantropy spirit, which requires mutual understanding with a spirit of friendship, solidarity and tolerance.

The Origami Peace Tree project Logo, symbolized by a crane as a symbol of Peace and a ship as a symbol of Friendship, is bringing together people's art works.

The International Art Partnership "Peace Tree" is a worldwide movement that works to promote peace, international friendship, art and education.

More information about the OPT Festivals can be found in the Project and History sector.

The project participants live in Argentina, Armenia, Aruba, Australia, Austria, Belarussia, Bolivia, Bulgaria, Brazil, Canada, Chile, China, Colombia, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Great Britain, Hungary, India, Indonesia, Iran, Ireland, Israel, Italy, Japan, Kazakhstan, Korea, Kyrgyzstan, Latvia, Lithuania, Malaysia, Malta, Mexico, Moldova, Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Panama, Peru, Philippines, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Russia, Singapore, South Africa, Spain, Sudan, Switzerland, Sri Lanka, Tajikistan, Thailand, Taiwan, Ukraine, USA, Vietnam.

We would be grateful for spreading the news about the World Origami Peace Tree Garden project among all the people.

We'd like to ask all interested in the above project to publish a brief info about the OPT Festival in their media.

We sincerely hope the World Origami Peace Trees Garden Project will reach the hearts of those who love Peace and Art and people from around the world will support this peaceful initiative.

Sooner or later, we are sure, a lot of countries will grow their own Origami Peace Tree and there will be built the beautiful

on Earth created by all of us for the World Peace!

Please do not hesitate to call the IAP “Peace Tree” administration for the details.

We love Peace! We love Origami!

Larisa, Alexander and Anastasia Levashov

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The Project Web Designer: Gerwin Sturm, Austria

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