The workshop sessions will be held in Folwark Walencja (note: a limited number of single rooms! If they are not any more available, you can individually book a single room in Hotel Kazimierzówka, located around 100 metres from Folwark Walencja).
This is what the Lonely Planet Guide has to say about Kazimierz:
Set on the bank of the Vistula in a narrow valley at the foot of wooded hills, Kazimierz Dolny is a small, picturesque town with much charm and atmosphere. For many years Kazimierz has attracted artists and intellectuals, and the place has a pleasantly bohemian flavour.
has some interesting information about Kazimierz and a very similar view of the place:
Scenically located on the bank of the River Vistula and encircled by low wooded hills, Kazimierz Dolny offers an impressive number of historic sights for such a tiny town. These, together with charming views of the river, the profusion of greenery, steep-sided gullies, fresh air and quaint tenement houses, contribute to the beauty of Kazimierz Dolny. For many years the town has been a magnet for artists, writers, architects and journalists seeking a unique and creativity-enhancing atmosphere.
Kazimierz Naturalized Epistemology Workshop will bring together a number of leading experts with post-graduates and researchers. Over the five days, the speakers will lead workshop groups that will focus on issues dealing with naturalised epistemology and arising out of their work. Abstract submission deadline:June 1st, 2006. Application dead-line:June 20th, 2006.
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