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2nd Baltic Earth Conference
The Baltic Sea Region in Transition
Helsingor, Denmark
11 - 15 June 2018

BACC II


 


The Venue

The conference will take place in the Konventum Conference Centre, which is beautifully situated in a magnificent scenic area and a splendid view over the Øresund. It is a fully equipped conference centre with affiliated accomodations, and is acknowledged for its elegant and inspiring architecture, and the numerous works of art in the corridors, in the rooms and in the many small alcoves and oases.

Konventum Konferencecenter
Gl. Hellebækvej 70
DK-3000 Helsingør

Helsingør is located in the north of the Danish island of Sealand, at the narrowest point of the Øresund, connected with Sweden (only 4 km away) via the world’s busiest ferry line. Thus, it is at the most important connection between the North Sea and the Baltic Sea.

The city’s wealthiness, clearly visible in the old town, dates from introduction of the Sound Dues in 1429 - a toll every foreign ship passing by had to pay for the next almost 430 years. This toll constituted at times up to two thirds of Denmark‘s state income. Helsingør is rich in history and culture. It is probably best known for the UNESCO World Heritage site Kronborg Castle. William Shakespeare’s play Hamlet is settled right here.

Helsingør is also home to two world-renowned museums, the Shipping Museum and the nearby Louisiana Museum of Modern Art. The Karen Blixen Museum, offering a unique insight into the life of the Danish writer, is also close to the city. The old harbour area has turned into Kulturhavn Kronborg, literally „Cultural harbour of Kronborg“. Several beaches are also nearby.

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First Announcent Flyer
2nd Announcement and Call for Papers
Programme
Proceedings/Abstracts
Travel Infos

 

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