Satelite Workshops

Tuesday, May 21st, 2019
9:00 - 15:00
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Welcome party

Tuesday, May 21st, 2019
18:00 - 21:00
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Gala dinner

Thursday, May 23rd, 2019
20:00 - 22:00 
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Football Cup

Wednesday, May 22nd, 2019
20:00 - 22:00 
After the direct and huge success of the previous three editions, which took place in Antalya 2010, Novi Sad 2013 and Troia 2016 the fourth International Cup of legumes football (ILFC4) will be held along with the third ILS conference. We are happy and honored to invite all ILS3 participants to play and / or support one of the teams.

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Excursion – Poznań

Trip 1 - Poznań (optional),
Saturday, 25th May 2019
Start: 9:30, Conference Venue
Duration: around 3h 
Our guided tour will take you back in time, starting in the most modern section of the city around the conference venue. We will take you through the iconic Stary Browar (Old Brewery) being both a shopping mall and modern art gallery. Its intriguing industrial architecture will give you a chance for taking a few one-of-a-kind photos.
The next stop is the Old Town with its colourful and bustling Market Square. In the very centre of the Square lies the most iconic building in Poznań – the original 16th C. Renaissance Town Hall. It is here, at noon each day, that crowds of curious tourists gather to watch the most famous clock mechanism in Poland – the goats of Poznań. Naturally, we cannot miss this show on our tour, but apart from that, you will visit a true gem of Baroque – the Jesuit Parish Church. Its modest façade is truly misleading as the inside is overflowing with statues, golden ornamentation, and colossal columns. We will finish off the Old Town on a sweet note – a local specialty Saint Martin Croissant and takeaway coffee to sweeten the walk to the oldest part of Poznań - the Cathedral Island.
Once on the Island, we will dig to the very roots of Poznań and Poland hidden 3 metres below the surface. In the 10th C. this very island was the religious and political centre of the early Poland. It was here, in the oldest cathedral in Poland - that the first Christian duke Mieszko I was buried together with his son Bolesław, who later became the first crowned king. Their distant traces are to be found in the vaults of the cathedral, hidden within the 1000-years-old stone walls. In terms of recorded Polish history, this is as far back as you can go.

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Excursion – Kórnik

Trip 2 - Kórnik (optional), 
Saturday, 25th May 2019
Start: 9:30, Conference Venue
Duration: around 6hrs
Our guided tour will cover the castle interiors with its unique Mauritanian Hall housing an impressive collection of 16th and 17th C. Polish militaria. You will have a chance to see the famous Polish hussar armour with a characteristic feather wing, which has become an icon of Polish cavalry.
Next on the itinerary is the Kórnik Arboretum – a 30-hectare botanical garden displaying around 3000 species of trees, bush and vines. Top peculiarities include: swamp cypress – a tree with protruding air roots, native to swampy southern states in USA, or a willow growing pear-like fruits. With our international conference group, the walk along the “Trees of the World” route will certainly be a very interesting experience.
The final treat will be a 40-minute motorboat cruise across Kórnickie Lake, giving you a unique chance to admire the castle from the lake’s perspective.
The trip includes:
  • air-conditioned buses
  • Castle and Arboretum tickets
  • English speaking guides
  • motorboat cruise
Depending on the size of the group, the order of the itinerary may change.