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Conference Venue

The Conference IPM 2017 will be held in the Krasiczyn Castle and Park Complex, which is located in south-eastern Poland. It lies about 10  km west of Przemyśl and 60 km south-east of the regional capital Rzeszów. For your convenience, the Organizers will arrange transportation from the Rzeszow-Jasionka Airport and from the train station in Przemysl to the conference venue in Krasiczyn. Details of your arrival and departure can be given in the registration form.

The castle in Krasiczyn is one of the greatest treasures of Renaissance in Poland and ranks among the most beautiful castles in Europe. It is a baronial mansion which used to be inhabited by several Polish noble families. The castle was built between the 16th and 17th century by Krasicki family. It has the shape of a quadrangle with an inner courtyard and four towers at the corners. The corner towers are called: Divine, Papal, Royal and Noble. These names reflect the hierarchy of the world recognised by the castle's founders. The castle is covered with unique sgraffito decorations depicting Polish kings, members of the Krasicki family, medallions with caesars' busts, saints of the Roman-Catholic Church, as well as biblical and hunting scenes. The total area of the sgraffito wall decorations is about 7000 square meters. Among other interesting things, there are richly sculpted portals, loggias, arcades. A special place in the castle is a renovated 17th century chapel. It’s one of the most magnificent Late Renaissance chapels in Poland.

The pride of Krasiczyn castle is its historic park. In its oldest parts, the park dates back to the 17th century, but its current style is English Landscape Garden. Among its most picturesque elements are two beautiful ponds. Alleys running through the whole park and intersecting each other are full of rare species of trees, shrubs and flowers. The most valuable are family trees commemorating the births of the members of Sapieha family.

More information about the venue as well as local tourist attractions can be found on the website:

Rzeszów, the capital of the Podkarpackie Province, is an economic, scientific and cultural centre of the southeastern Poland. It is in the middle of the region what used to be the Central Industrial District (COP in Polish). It has been established after Poland's resurrection after 1918 and still is a symbol of Polish successful effort to be a truly independent European country. The Rzeszow University of Technology continues the tradition. Besides an excellent Department of Mechanical and Aircraft Engineering, a unique centre for the education and training of civil aviation pilots is well known in Poland and abroad.







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