All symposium activities will take place in the Univesity Campus in the conference centre or in the rooms of University buildings which possess modern multimedia equipment.
Lublin – the town founded in 1367, of great historical tradition with many monuments and places of interest. The most important of them are: the Old Town, Castle with the Chapel in the Gothic Style built in the second half of XIV century (zero class monument) as well as numerous sacral objects. At present Lublin has 400 000 inhabitants and it is an important scientific and cultural centre (several universities, museums, theatres, concert halls etc.).
The Lublin region is abundant in objects of historical and natural values. Not far from Lublin the Palace in Kozłówka built in the first half of XVIII is situated surrounded by the beautiful park. The health resort in Nałęczów situated 25 km away form Lublin is almost 200 years old. It is known for its climatic qualities and medicinal waters not only in Poland. Another town attractive for tourists is Kazimierz Dolny, possessing monumental town-planning and Renaissance buildings which constitutes a valuable architectonic – landscape system visited frequently by artists especially painters. In the southern part of the region Zamość (called Padwa of the North) is situated included in the list of international monuments. Hetman Jan Zamoyski founded the town in XVI century.
In the Lublin region there are two National Parks (Polesie and Roztocze) and several landscape parks with marked out routes and educational paths.
Maps of University Campus nad the Centre of City