The conference dinner will take place on Friday, September 3, 2004 in
the Old Town Hall (Altes Rathaus),
which is situated at the eastern end of Marienplatz,
the most famous square in Munich. The Old Town Hall has been
constructed in 1475 in gothic style and will provide the proper ambient to enjoy dinner in a
tour to Nymphenburg Castle:
For a limited number of participants, we can offer a special guided
tour to Nymphenburg Castle on Thursday,
September 2, 2004 after the conference sessions. Availability is on a
For preregistration, please tick the appropriate box on the registration form.
Castle was built as a summer residence of the Bavarian electoral prince
in the western part of Munich.
The simple cube-shaped building with its wonderful garden in "English
style" was begun in 1664 and enlarged under the Bavarian rulers Max
Emanuel and Karl
A famous feature of the palace is the "Gallery of Beauties", painted
for King Ludwig I of Bavaria.