- Opening reception on Monday, July 14th in the Vienna town hall.
- Banquet on Wednesday, July 16th in Schönbrunn palace.
- Excursion on Wednesday, July 16th to Klosterneuburg
Klosterneuburg is a town close to Vienna which is famous for its twelfth-century Augustinian monastery.
Overlooking the Danube river, just north of the Vienna city
limits at the Leopoldsberg, the monastery was founded in 1114 by Saint Leopold III of Babenberg,
the patron saint of Austria, and his second wife Agnes of Germany.
For more information, please consult the wikipedia articles on the city of Klosterneuburg
and the monastery.