Girona (/ʒiˈɾonə/) is a city in northern Catalonia, Spain, at the confluence of the Ter, Onyar, Galligants, and Güell rivers. The city had an official population of 102,666 in 2022. Girona is the capital of the province of the same name. Since much of the old quarter of this ancient city has been preserved, Girona is a popular destination for tourists offering a generous offer of accomodation facilities.

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The historic city of Girona invites visitors to trace its more than 2000 years of history through two fortified enclosures, the Força Vella and the Medieval Quarter. The Força Vella dates back to the Roman foundation while the medieval extension of the city walls was carried out during the 14th and 15th centuries. The city's artistic heritage has been preserved in the numerous monuments that have survived until today. The highlights of Girona are rounded off by the impressive old Jewish Quarter or Call, with its beautiful narrow streets, porticoed squares, and by the exuberant baroque spaces and Noucentisme-style buildings by architect Rafael Masó.

Girona city, only 65 km from the French border (100 km from Perpignan) and 100 km from Barcelona, is an excellent starting point for discovering the rich variety of landscapes in the province. The area includes the Costa Brava, one of the most internationally renowned Girona tourism brands, and the Pyrenees, an ideal destination for enjoying snow and mountain sports.

The workshop will take place in the University of Girona premises. Sessions will take place at the Faculty of Arts, located in the old town of the city.

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