All the scientific activities of the MECC’20 will be held at the Kliczków Castle near Bolesławiec (Lower Silesia).
Lower Silesia 

One of the most fascinating regions in the heart of Europe, situated in the south-western corner of Poland. It is known for its unique geology, historical sights, including marvelous castles, charming medieval towns, and picturesque old health resorts with typical spa architecture dating back to the 19th century. The rich and complex history of Lower Silesia with its strong connections to German, Czech and Polish culture makes it an exceptional region for exploration and is one of the most interesting parts of Poland to visit.

Wrocław – capital of Lower Silesia

The history of the city dates back over a thousand years, and its extensive heritage combines almost all the religions and cultures of Europe. In 2016, the city was designated a European Capital of Culture and the World Book Capital.

The average temperature in September in Kliczków is about 17°C (max. 22°C, min. 11°C). Usually during this month there are about 12 rainy days (up to 30 mm of rain in total).