The SETAC Europe 18th Annual Meeting will be held 25-29 May 2008 in Warsaw, the capital of Poland. Warsaw, a city of history and culture, is also known as the "phoenix city", as it was completely destroyerd during WWII, and rebuilt with the herioc effort of Polish citizens.

Nowadays, Warsaw is a modern city, with monuments, beautiful parks and astonishing architecture. It is one of the most virogously developing cities in Europe, a young city with museums, bars, and many tourist attractions.

More facts and figures on Warsaw can be found here, or click on one of the pictures below.

Warsaw tourism information
  Official Warsaw City website








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