Prague to host the XXIII ISPRS Congress

By on 3 September, 2012
The General Assembly, held at the ISPRS Congress on Wednesday 29 August, elected the Czech Republic to host the next ISPRS Congress in the wonderful city of Prague. The Congress will run from the12th to the 19th July in 2016. Mark the date in your diary now!
The Congress Director, Lena Halounovà said “I would like to invite you to my country of birth and town, which I love very much. You can find many architectural styles, places for painting and music lovers or photographers. Prague has the oldest university in Central Europe, the longest continuous daily temperature measurement and almost one million and three hundred thousand inhabitants.”
The XXIII ISPRS Congress is an excellent opportunity to see and confirm that it is worthwhile to organise a scientific meeting for photogrammetrists, remote sensing specialists and geoinformatists from all over the world in the Hundred-Spire City, Prague, in 2016.

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