Auditorium Maximum
Most lectures will be held at the new conference building of the Jagiellonian University called Auditorium Maximum, located at 33 Krupnicza street, within walking distance from the Main Market Square and Wawel Castle. zumi Auditorium Maximum Auditorium Maximum Auditorium Maximum

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Three different trips are organized on Thursday afternoon.

In order to book one of the conference trips, please log in to your account, click "Edit registration data" link and choose "Accompanying Events" tab.
The deadline for registration is 13th of June. Please note that on-line registration is the only way to book a place for a trip. It will not be possible during the conference.
Destinations of the trips:

The Royal Route - Krakow's main promenade in the olden days used by Kings. It leads from the Barbakan and Floriańska Gate, through the Main Square with Sukiennice and the St. Mary's Church to the Wawel Castle - the seat of Polish kings.

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Memorial and Museum Auschwitz-Birkenau, a symbol of terror, genocide, and the Holocaust. The Konzentrationslager Auschwitz was established by Germans in 1940. Although, the direct purpose for the establishment of the camp was imprisonment of mass of arrested Poles, later it becomed the largest center for the immediate, direct extermination of Jews.
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Wieliczka Salt Mine
The historic Salt Mine in Wieliczka, the only mining site in the world functioning continuously since the Middle Ages. A world class historical monument inscribed in UNESCO's First World List of Cultural and Natural Heritage.
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