The venue of the course is the Rectory of the University of Malaga which is located in the centre of Malaga. The style of the building is Neo-Mudejar, and it is probably one of the best of this style in Malaga.
In the Interior patio one can see the Roman pits where garum was produced. Garum was a fermented sauce made from fish that the ancient world prized to give flavor to their food.
The proceedings will be in the state-of-the-art lecture hall within the Rectory of the University of Malaga.
The Rectory of the University of Malaga boasts a beautiful roof-top-garden with fantastic views, where the tea, coffee and lunch will be served during the breaks.
View from the roof-top garden of the Rectory of the University at the Alcazaba castle.
The Alcazaba is a palatial fortification in Málaga. It was built by the Hammudid dynasty in the early 11th century.
Adjacent to the Rectory of the University of Malaga is the Town Hall of Malaga. The design is Neo-Baroque and the floor plan is rectangular, with a big enclosed patio in the middle of the building.
Malaga has one of the most beautiful city halls in Spain, filled with beautiful art and design. The location by the park adds to its beauty.
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