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The conference will be held at the Universidad Castilla La Mancha(Campus of Toledo). The exact location is shown at the end of this page.
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Named a World Heritage Site by Unesco in 1986, Toledo is an outstanding museum city known for its rich heritage.
Each and every one of the cultures and peoples who’ve passed through Toledo gave the city a present made up of a rich architectural and artistic heritage. The city walls, erected during the Roman era, were reconstructed and given their current appearance by the Arabs. Many gateways mark the route of the walls, but Puerta de la Bisagra, which leads into the historic town and bears the coat of arms of the Imperial City, is the only one to have kept its Medieval architecture.
Madrid is a city that is constantly changing, and there are ongoing works to improve its viability and accessibility. Good examples of this include the current renovations in the Plaza de España and the improvement works being made to Gran Vía including the refurbished metro station with a replica of the original entrance built by architect Antonio Palacios at the start of the 20th century. Madrid’s historic thoroughfare has become a more functional space, giving greater priority and freedom to pedestrians and cyclists. The street retains its role as the main axis of Madrid’s historic centre but is being adapted to accommodate sustainable mobility and improvements in its functionality.
Among the other pillars of the most modern face of the capital of Madrid, Madrid Rio stands out, an enormous recreational enclave – especially for the youngest – and cultural parallel to the Manzanares River, which, thanks to its renaturation, once again has a surprising fauna.