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Telephone: +30 28210 98700
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Here is a map of the venue area, the Technical University of Crete and the nearby town. In the campus area, we have highlighted the points of interest and the route from the venue building to the restaurant and the exit
The Welcome Reception of ACAI-2019/HAISS-2019 will be held at Sinagogi Bar, located in the Old Town of Chania.
Sinagogi Bar is housed in a 15th-century Venetian building that is located right next to the Etz Hayyim Synagogue.
The Etz Hayyim Synagogue remains the sole Jewish monument in the Island of Crete after the virtual eradication of the Jewish community in 1944 and was rededicated in 1999 by Nicholas Stavroulakis.
The Sinagogi Bar building itself is believed to have been used in the past by the local Jewish community as its aqueduct and baths, as well as its school.
The building was bombed in the Second World War, hence the reason for not having a roof! It was in ruins before renovated into the Sinagogi Bar in 1995.
A second smaller bar exists inside the building, and its architecture allows both bars to work at the same time without sound cross-interference.
The beer to be served during the Welcome Reception is a fresh, unfiltered and unpasteurized lager made in Chania.
The wine to be served is a dry white one, of the grape variety “Moschofilero”, produced in the Peloponnese region of Nemea, aromatic and with a fruity taste!
The ACAI-2019/HAISS-2019 School Dinner will be held at the “Neoria” fish tavern at the Old Harbour, Wednesday, July 3.
Arrival time: 21:00.
The menu will include several starters, and mainly seafood and fish dishes.
Due to technical issues at EETN’s site, applications for EETN membership and fee waivers for the School received after April 5 might not have gone through or processed. Thus, please *submit requests for EETN grants along with a short CV (and, if you are not an EETN member, an application to become one, mentioning one referee) directly to email@example.com , by next Friday 19/4. If you are a Greece-based student, you are well advised to submit such a request for EETN funding, even if you have submitted an application for a EurAI grant.