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Social Events Program

CSCL2009 Participants will have the opportunity to enjoy the following  conference social events:

  • Sunday, June 7th: CSCL2009 Steering Committee and ISLS Board Dinner (at 20.00)
  • Tuesday, June 9th: Junior Participants Event (for PhD Students & Post-doc researchers) (at 20.00)
  • Wednesday, June 10th: Opening Ceremony (at 20.00) the only one that require fees (45 Euros)
  • Friday, June 12th : Conference Dinner (at 20.30)

Snapshots from SPECIAL EVENTS: You get an idea from the places where the conference social events are organized.

(A) The Palace of the Grand Master (into the medieval part of Rhodes town):

Palace Palace

The Palace is located at the end of Street of Knights. A formidable citadel constructed by the Knights of St John in the 14th century. There are many impressive rooms with fine pieces of furniture, polychrome marbles, statues, carpets.

(B) Kallithea’s "Thermes", in Kallithea beach

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(C) Event in the town of Lindos, in Rhodes Island

Lindos Lindos

Lindos is a village with white picturesque houses and an archaeological site, on the east coast of the island of Rhodes. Above the modern town rises the acropolis of Lindos, a natural citadel which offers spectacular views of the surrounding harbours and coastline.

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