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We have the great pleasure to announce that the 2010 EWRS Conference will take place in Kaposvár, Hungary.
Kaposvár is located 190 kms from Budapest, in Southern Hungary. Being the seat of Somogy county, Kaposvár has some 70.000 inhabitants and a favourable topographical location amid the various hills of the Transdanubian landscape, in the embrace of River Drava and Lake Balaton. The town can be reached both on the main roads Nr. 61 and 67 and by the frequent train connection from Budapest.
The conference will be held in the campus of the youngest higher educational institutions in Hungary, established in 2000. Kaposvár University is a modern, dynamic and innovative institution situated in a lively and beautiful environment.
Please join us for a rewarding scientific program and an exciting and memorable social experience!
Gabriella KAZINCZI DSc
EWRS National Representative
Hungarian Weed Research Society
Kaposvár University, Faculty of Animal Science
Pécs 2010 | European Capital of Culture
One of the 2010 European Capital of Culture cities located 50 kms to this year's EWRS Symposium Venue which is worth visiting.
Pécs is a unique place by both Hungarian and international standards. When you walk around in the beautiful downtown streets of this multi-coloured city of a thousand faces, you are constantly greeted by the past, the gentle breeze of ancient times. The representatives of different cultures living here in peaceful coexistence, or replacing one another, have bequeathed a significant, world-standard legacy to the present age in the southernmost city of the Hungarian Mediterranean region.
However, in addition to the traces of Roman culture, Pécs is also rich in remnants of Turkish culture. Tourists can take a time journey and have a great time when visiting the many museums of the city, among them the incomparably valuable Csontváry collection, the Amerigo Tot Museum, the Cathedral, the Vasarely Museum or the Zsolnay Museum.
To learn more about the city and the programme series please visit: en.pecs2010.hu