The Conference will be held in the lecture halls of Zvenigorodskiy Holiday Hotel of the Russian Academy of Science, located in a historical town Zvenigorod on the bank of the Moskva river.
Zvenigorod is one of the most ancient towns of Moscow land. It is famous for the architectural complex of Savva Storozhevsky Monastery founded in 1398 by Savva, a disciple of Venerable Sergius of Radonezh.
The Monastery ensemble includes the unique white-stone Uspensky Cathedral (1405) with surviving frescoes of the 15th century and iconostasis of the 17th century, monuments of the 17th century civil architecture, Tsar Palace and Tsarina Chambers constructed during the reign of Tsar Alexei Mikhailovich.
The surroundings of Zvenigorod, connected with the names of Andrei Rublyov, Pushkin, Chekhov, Tchaikovsky, are rich with architectural monumets of the 14th-17th centuries.