Auditorium Maximum, Jagiellonian University

The conference will be held at Jagiellonian University’s Auditorium Maximum, which is a modern conference and teaching facility opened in 2005. It is situated close to the city center as well as most hotels, restaurants, and cafes. It features a number of rooms varying in size and functionality 

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Collegium Witkowskiego, Jagiellonian University

The conference masterclasses will be held at Jagiellonian University’s Collegium Witkowskiego, which is the seat of the Institute of History. Opened in 1912, the building was originally designed for the Institute of Physics. Since 1964, it has housed the Institute of History, among others.


City Hall

The representative magnificent building at 3-4 Wszystkich Świętych Square, traditionally known as the Wielopolski Palace, has been the seat of Krakow's municipal authorities since 1864. Conference participants will be hosted there by the Mayor of the City of Krakow in the evening on September 16, 2025.

Fot. Bogusław Świerzowski
Fot. Jan Graczynski



Kościuszko Mound

Conference participants will have the opportunity to enjoy a party at one of the most unique places in Kraków – Kościuszko Mound. Its construction began in 1820 and lasted three years. The mound is 34.1 meters high and contains soil from the battlefields of the Kościuszko Uprising and the American War of Independence. In the mid-19th century, the Austrians surrounded the mound with fortifications, incorporating it into the Krakow Fortress. On sunny days a spectacular view of Krakow can be seen from atop the mound.

Tadeusz Kościuszko (1746–1817) – One of the world’s most renowned heroes, brigadier general of the Continental Army during the American War of Independence, leader of the 1794 insurrection in Poland. For more about his life, see: