TNC16 in Prague - Saturday and Sunday 11-12/6-2016
|Pictures from the other days|
Prague - a city of dreams and romance, architechture and history,...
...rich and poor. It is probably not his bike.
A lot of tourists and conference participants...
...tend to agree that Prague is a fantastic city...
...where magic things happen
In the Týn Church...
...there is a grave of special interest to Danish people:
The famous Danish astronomer
Tycho Brahe is buried here.
The small version of the Eiffel Tower on the Petrin Mountain
In the Old Town Square (Staromestska Namesti), there is a event for
the fight against breast cancer...
...and it needs a lot of balloons
The Wallenstein Palace...
...with an artificial dripstone wall
...and exotic animals
For a Linux lover, this is a nice lineup!
Malostransky Palace, ...
...or rather this less fancy side building...
...is the location for the speakers' reception
Gyöngyi Horváth and Jessie Brockhoff from GÉANT - from the heart of the conference organization
People at the Conference: Raimundas Tuminauskas from Litnet
Nadia Sluer from GÉANT and Tangui Coulouarn from DeiC
Martin Bech, DeIC, email@example.com