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● The Opening and the Closing ceremonies, as well as most of the sessions of the Congress will be held at the Faculty of Law of the University of Bucharest, 36-46, Mihail Kogălniceanu Blvd. Other sessions will be held at the Library of the Holy Synod (29, Mitropolit Antim Ivireanul Str.) and at the National Archives of Romania (49, Regina Elisabeta Blvd.). The Registration desk is located at the entrance in the Faculty of Law of the University of Bucharest and will be open Sunday, September 1st, from 16.00 to 19.00, from Monday to Thursday, September 2-5, from 9.00 to 16.00, and Friday, September 6, from 9.00 to 12.00.

● The keynote lectures will take place, with some exceptions, in the morning, and will last 40 minutes, followed by 10 minutes for discussion and a 20 minutes break. Each paper is allotted  20 minutes and every two papers are allotted 10 minutes for discussion. The abstracts of the papers are available as a book in the Congress pack, and are also posted on the Congress website. All rooms are equipped with a laptop and a projector. Wi-Fi networks will be available in the Congress venues: in the Faculty of Law of the University of Bucharest, in the Library of the Holy Synod, and in the National Archives of Romania.

● During the Congress, participants will have free lunch at the University restaurant, close to the Faculty of Law, where most of the congress sessions will take place, from Tuesday, September 3 to Friday, September 6, between 12.00 and 14.00. Free tickets to be used in the University restaurant are enclosed in the Congress pack. The participants in the sessions at the Library of the Holy Synod will have free lunch in a restaurant close to the venue. Monday, September 2, a cocktail and a lunch will be offered in the Faculty of Law of the University of Bucharest, at the first floor, starting from 12.00.

● The participants will have free admission to the National Museum of Art (49-53, Calea Victoriei). Guided tours of the Gallery of Romanian Medieval Art are provided by the Museum’s specialists. Registration lists for guided tours will be available at the Registration desk. Guided tours may also be organized at the George Severeanu Museum (26, Henri Coandă Str.).

● A book exhibition will be organised during the Congress in the Faculty of Law of the University of Bucharest, where most of the sessions of the Congress will take place. The national Committees of AIESEE and the Academies of Sciences and their institutes from more than ten countries will display and sell their publications. International and domestic publishers will also exhibit and sell their books.

● Two trips are planned after the congress: to the monasteries of Bukovina, in the North of Romania (Voroneţ, Humor, Dragomirna, Suceviţa, Moldoviţa and Ioan cel Nou of Suceava), for 3 days, and to the monasteries of Oltenia, in South-West Romania (Govora, Bistriţa, Hurezi, Polovragi, Surpatele), for 2 days. For the monasteries of Bukovina, departure from Bucharest on Saturday, September 7th, in the morning, and return to Bucharest on Monday, September 9th, evening, with two nights at a hotel in Suceava (breakfast and dinner included). For the monasteries of Oltenia, departure from Bucharest on Saturday, September 7, in the morning, and return to Bucharest, Sunday, September 8, evening, with a night at a hotel in Târgu Jiu (breakfast and dinner included). The price for the 3 days trip to Bucovina (including transport, accommodation and dinners) is about 610 lei = 130 euro/person (less for couples accommodated in double rooms), and for the 2 days trip to Oltenia is about 435 lei = 93 euro/person (less for couples accommodated in double rooms). In order to organize the trips, please inform us by March 15th if you wish to participate in one of these excursions and in which one, mentioning also if you are accompanied. Please send this information to Dr Oana Iacubovschi, at the following e-mail address: oanaiacubovschi13@gmail.com.

Update: the trip to the monasteries of Bukovina is booked out. You can still sign up for the trip to the Oltenian monasteries by sending an e-mail to Dr Oana Iacubovschi.

 

 

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