9-13 April 2019
BHR Treviso Hotel 
Treviso - Venice

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Conference Proceedings


Final Scientific Program

Accompanying persons program


Along with the activities of the social program that will be offered to all participants, 3 half day tours will be organized for Aluminium Two Thousand Accompanying persons


So close to Venice, Treviso is a city in the Veneto region of northern Italy.
It is famous for its Venetian walls (le Mura) and historical and monumental city center.
Treviso is also known for being the original production area of Prosecco wine and radicchio, and for being one of several towns thought to have been the origin of the popular Italian dessert tiramisù.

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A visit to Padua is a fully fascinating experience. Visiting Padua will put you in contact with the highest virtues of Veneto and some of the best art masterpieces of all times. Padua is truly a living monument to all the epochs it has lived through, a casket which holds some of the most precious artistic gems from the last 2000 years. 
Since 1222 it has been home to the prestigious university which quickly became one of the most important centres of learning in Europe, both in literature and science (witness Galileo).
The basilica of Saint Anthony is an imposing spiritual monument blending several architectural styles Romanesque, Gothic, Byzantine, Moorish. Today the church is a centre of pilgrimage from all over the world.

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Antonio Canova's Museum is one of the few museums in the world where visitors can see his birth house and the full collection of his sculptures made for the celebrities of his time (Napoleon, the Popes, the King of England, the Austrian Emperor, etc...).
It is hard to describe the astonishment the visitors feel entering the Gallery when they are surrounded by hundreds of sculptures: gods, heroes, muses and lovers from Greek mythology and portraits of statesmen, princes, kings and emperors.

Museo Canova