Inaugural Conference on the|
Principles and Practice of Programming in JavaTM
In comparison to other capitals, Dublin is a convivial city with a
human scale and an extroverted populace. At the heart of the city lies
Trinity College with its magnificent buildings and beautiful campus
spanning 35 acres. Trinity College has occupied this location for the
past 400 years, and while none of the original buildings remain, the
College boasts fine squares and gardens and a collection of
magnificent buildings dating from the 17th to the 20th century. In
contrast to the serene surroundings of the College landscape, the
modern city of Dublin is just outside the main gate of the campus,
with shops, theatres, cinemas and museums within walking distance.
|Each year during the summer months, Trinity College opens its campus
to conferences, study programmes, groups and
individuals. With many
within historical buildings of character, a visit to Trinity College
is an ideal way to experience the grandeur of Dublin's past while
enjoying the vibrancy of this leading European capital.
The Conference social program will include visits to:
- The Old Library and Colonnades Gallery, Treasury and Long Room
- The Book of Kells, an 8th Century illuminated manuscript of the Gospels
- The Dublin Experience, a multi-media show which introduces the history of Ireland's capital
Trinity is located in the very center of Dublin and a wide range of
hotels in close proximity can be booked at the
Dublin Hotels : Visitor Guide & Booking Service.
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