The Congress will be held at the Moltkes Palace in the heart of beautiful Copenhagen.

Moltke’s Palace was originally built in 1702 and was later enlarged in 1878 and 1932 respectively. The building has served a myriad of purposes over its time-honoured history, namely as a home for nobles, merchants, a dowager queen, a Danish prime minister and an array of upper class personages.
Today, Moltke’s Palace has been lovingly and thoroughly restored, and has become a cherished venue for hosting conferences, meetings, banquets and celebrations in Copenhagen’s most outstanding and well-preserved historical surroundings Map.