During the Conference there is planned In-seminar Tour on 30th of May 2016 at 2:00 PM (just after Lunch).

The Tour will be organized for all of the participants to two known places near Warsaw:

Żelazowa Wola


Fryderyk Chopin was born in Żelazowa Wola on the March 1, 1810 (some sources give February 22 as the date). The Chopin Family came to live in the left wing of the Skarbek manor when Chopin’s father Nicholas was taken on as a tutor for this local family.

The public began taking an interest in Chopin’s birthplace in the second half of the XIXth century – the annex was renovated and an obelisk bearing the composer’s effigy in bas relief was unveiled. In 1926 the most important renovation works were initiated. The interior of the manor house was rebuilt in 1948 based on a design by Mieczysław Kuzma.

The park and the garden were designed by Franciszek Krzywda-Polkowski. The grounds were revamped in 2010, making it one of the most beautiful parks in Europe.

Ośrodek dydaktyczno-muzealny w Granicy (Centre for Education and Museum at Frontier)


It was founded in 1990. As one of the first such facilities in the Polish national parks. It is located 40 km from Warsaw, next to the attractive tourist destinations (Zelazowa Wola, Niepokalanów). As a result, it is one of the fixed points of the school trips, and on weekends there is a place frequented by tourists. Location center in one of the most beautiful areas of the park, with a very diverse nature (in the immediate vicinity of the meadow ecosystems, marshes, dunes and varied forest communities).

The resort has the following facilities:

– Museum of the Kampinos Forest

– air exhibition “Polish national parks”

– exhibition “Nature on the edge of the forest”

– three farms open-air museums with examples of ‘forest, among other things, “Cottage Kampinoska”, led by members of the Association “Society Kampinos”

– Avenue of the Third Millennium