Wednesday 7 December 2022

07.12.2022 | 09:00 - 10:45 (LT) | Parallel Sessions

Land Cover & Land Use Action Group | Room: Lefkothea

Co-chairs: Stanislaw Lewinksi (Space Research Center Poland) & Conrad Bielski (EOXPLORE)

Scope and Objectives: Discussion forum for the community to coordinate and shape collaborations. Everyone is invited to join the Action Group meetings


07.12.2022 | 10:45 - 11:15 (LT) | Coffee Break

@Ballroom Foyer (-1 level) & First Floor (+1 level)

07.12.2022 | 11:15 - 13:00 (LT) | Parallel Sessions

Present and Future of Data Cubes - discussion forum | Room: Motivo

Chairs: Tom Hengl (OpenGeoHub) & Carson Ross (OpenGeoHub)

Scope and Objectives: 

The session aims to give an overview of the current state-of-the-art data cube solutions, including what is missing, how to better prepare for the future, and how to make environmental data more usable, accessible and relevant. 

  • Review existing top-level solutions to organize large Earth Observation Data.
  • Share and enable researchers and organizations to make use of datasets for applied purposes.
  • Discuss the current open source solutions to process EO data, and how to make processing EO data more transparent and reproducible.
  • Discuss the current commercial data cube services and their best applications in projects.
  • Explore cloud-optimized data formats to store and share gridded, vector and tabular data.

Session layout: 

  • Welcome/forum objectives [5 min], Tom Hengl (OpenGeoHub)
  • FAIRiCUBE project - F.A.I.R. Information Cubes [15 min], Stefan Jetschny (NILU)
  • ENVISION - The ENVISION Data Cube for Big Satellite Image Time-Series to support AI based national-scale agriculture Monitoring [15 min], Thanassis Drivas (NOA)
  • AD4GD project - AllData4GreenDeal [8 min], Joan Masó (CREAF)
  • Harmonia [8 min], Tasos Temons

  • B3 [8 min], Quentin Groom

  • Discussion [15 min]

Click here to download the session's presentations 

07.12.2022 | 13:00 - 14:15 (LT) | Light Lunch Break

@Roof Garden ↑ (+8 level)

07.12.2022 | 14:00 - 14:30 (LT) | Welcome Coffee

@Ballroom Foyer (-1 level)

The arrival of the officials and participants for the Welcome Plenary Session should be completed by 14:30.
Please make sure of your timely attendance.

07.12.2022 | 14:30 - 16:00 (LT) | Welcome - Plenary Session

EuroGEO Workshop Opening Session | Room: Ballroom

Chairs: Dr. Franz Immler (EC/DG RTD), Jean Dusart (EC/DG RTD) & Prof. Christos S. Zerefos (Greece GEO Principal/Secretary General, AoA/Climate Envoy for Greece)

Scope and Objectives:

The session aims at kicking off the 2022 edition of the EuroGEO Workshop, setting the scene for the sessions of the next three days, and how they will contribute to bring integration and convergence to the EuroGEO initiative. This edition will focus on the preparation of the next journey for EuroGEO to align with progress made and new needs arisen in the European context, as well as to coordinate and strengthen its contribution to the post-2025 evolution of the GEO initiative. Those three days will allow participants to:

  • Look for synergies across projects and initiatives,
  • Identify opportunities to work under a nexus approach,
  • Design effective regional governance activating national mechanisms,
  • Reflect on global (G)EO trends and GEO Week 2022,
  • Offer networking opportunities to the participants,
  • Pursue more dynamic collaboration among regional GEOs,
  • Move faster towards operationalisation with and for the end-users.

Presentations – session layout:

  • Host Welcome [10 min], Athanasios Kyriazis (General Secretary of Research and Innovation, Ministry of Development and Investments), Antonios Regkakos (President of the Academy of Athens) & Emmanouil Plionis (President of the National Observatory of Athens)
  • European Commission DG R&I Welcome [10 min], Joanna Drake (Deputy-Director General/ European Commission DG Research and Innovation)
  • European Research Executive Agency Welcome and Ιntroduction to the Workshop [10 min], Paul Webb (Head of Department – Green Europe/European Commission REA)

  • GEO Secretariat Welcome and path to the Post-2025 GEO Strategy [15 min], Yana Gevorgyan (GEO Secretariat Director)

  • JRC engagement in the Group on Earth Observation [15 min], Ivan Kulis (Head of the JRC Unit on Knowledge for Sustainable Development and Food Security) 

  • Update on the European Space Programme and its Copernicus component [10 min], Live intervention via Zoom of Mauro Facchini (Head of the DEFIS Unit on Earth Observation)

  • The ESA-RTD Earth System Science cooperation [10 min], Diego Fernàndez Prieto (ESA Head of the Research and Development Section)

  • Improving the access to in-situ Earth Observation Data for the benefit of environmental and climate policies: EEA’s contribution to GEO and EuroGEO [10 min], Live intervention via Zoom from Chris Steenmans (European Environment Agency Head of Data and Information Services)

07.12.2022 | 16:00 - 16:45 (LT) | Coffee Break

@Ballroom Foyer (-1 level) & First Floor (+1 level)

07.12.2022 | 16:45 - 18:30 (LT) | Greek Flavour - Plenary Session

Greece in and for EuroGEO | Room: Ballroom

Chairs: Evangelos Gerasopoulos (IERSD/NOA) & Haris Kontoes (IAASARS/NOA)

Scope and Objectives:

The session aims at highlighting how Greece excels in the field of Earth observation, covering various aspects of the European and global trends and developing a modern national coordination.

  • Provide an overview of the Greek Earth observation landscape
  • Showcase Greek activities of excellence contributing to EuroGEO
  • Communicate the potent benefits for Greece from EuroGEO
  • Demonstrate how Greece pioneers in key nexus areas, private sector engagement and in situ observations integration
  • Provide insights to national coordination through the example of the Greek GEO Office

Presentations - Layout:

  • Setting the stage - Introductions [5 min], Evangelos Gerasopoulos (IERSD/NOA)

  • KEYNOTE – The Earth observation status in Greece [15 min], Haris Kontoes (IAASARS/NOA) PDF

  • National coordination and EO maturity indicators – the Greek GEO Office [10 min], Orestis Speyer (Greek GEO Office) PDF

  • Coupling dynamic cities and climate [10 min], Nektarios Chrysoulakis (IACM/FORTH) PDF

  • The Greek in-situ component in the domain of atmospheric and climate sciences [10 min], Nikolaos Mihalopoulos (IERSD/NOA) PDF

  • Coastal Marine Litter Observatory: a contribution to SDG plastic debris density [10 min], Konstantinos Topouzelis (Department of Marine Sciences/University of the Aegean) PDF

  • Q/A [10 min]

  • Exploitation of earth observation data in the service of the Greek private sector to address environmental challenges [10 min], Katerina Valta (DRAXIS SA) PDF

  • The Greek space ecosystem and in particular in downstream space technologies [10 min], Betty Charalampopoulou (on behalf of HASI board) PDF

  • Discussion [10 min] 

  • Next day info [5 min]

07.12.2022 | 19:00 (LT) | Social Event

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Thursday 8 December 2022

08.12.2022 | 09:00 - 18:00 (LT) | Poster Exhibition

Participants are welcome to browse through the three poster spots during the whole day. However, presenters are expected to be in front of their posters during the two coffee breaks, 10:30 - 11:15 and 15:45 - 16:30 (LT), when participants' attendance is encouraged. An attempt to thematically cluster the posters has been made for attendants' convenience.

Ballroom Foyer (-1 level)
  • BF 01 - Phenology- mySPACE contribution for e-shape - Imma Serra (CREAF)
  • BF 02 - Bias adjusting seasonal forecasts with XGBoost - Mikko Strahlendorff (FMI)
  • BF 03 - Citizen Science in Earth Observation - Jaume Piera (ICM-CSIC)
  • BF 04 - Solar Energy Applications developed under the E-Shape project - Stelios Kazadzis (PMOD/WRC)
  • BF 05 - The correlations between stringency index and air pollution in Germany - Lixia Chu (TU Delft)
  • BF 06 - The Hellenic Cadastre's "Remote Sensing Cartography System" as an essential tool for the regular monitoring of human related impacts in the built and natural environment in North-East Attica, Greece - Panos Lolonis (Hellenic Cadastre)
  • BF 07 - E4WARNING: Eco-epidemiological intelligence for early warning and response to mosquito-borne disease risk in enedemic and emging settings- Guy Hendrickx (Avia-GIS)
  • BF 08 - Air quality, climate change and public health- Fabio Venuti (ECMWF)
  • BF 09 - SIOS Earth observation and remote sensing activities in Svalbard - Shridhar Jawak (SIOS)
  • BF 10 - USAGE approach for local green data spaces - Oscar Corcho (UPM)
  • BF 11 - SOCIO-BEE: Wearables and droneS fOr CIty Socio-Environmental Observations and Behavioral Change - Evangelos Kopsacheilis (CERTH)
  • BF 12 - Identifying in-situ EO data gaps following the G-Reqs model. A proposal for the management of in-situ data requirements in the Group on Earth Observations - Alba Brobia (CREAF)
  • BF 13 - CRITERION web service - Seasonal Preparedness for Cultural Heritage Monuments - Lida Dimitriadou (AoA)
  • BF 14 - Earth Observation and Machine Learning as the key technologies to track the Green Deal: 10 main takeaways - Tomislav Hengl (OSGeo)
  • BF 15 - FAIR ocean datasets from fishing vessels in SusTunTech Project - Lohitzune Solabarrieta (AZTI)
  • BF 16 - Remote Sensing-Enabled EBVs Portal for Understanding Terrestrial Ecosystem Dynamics - Elnaz Neinavaz (ITC)
  • BF 17 - The e-shape showcase "myECOSYSTEM" - Michael Mirtl (UFZ)
  • BF 18 - A Copernicus evolution service component towards monitoring of the open surface water reservoirs for the production of the Water We Drink - Ioannis Manakos (CERTH)

  • BR 01 - Convolutional Neural Networks for Automated ULF Wave Classification in Swarm Time Series - Georgios Balasis (NOA)
  • BR 02 - EO4EU: AI-augmented ecosystem for EO data accessibility with XR User Interfaces for Service and Data Exploitation - Stathes Hadjiefthymiades (NKUA)
  • BR 03 - Federated AI-Cubes: Insight from Petabytes in Space and Time - Peter Baumann (JUB)
  • BR 04 - Scalable AI pipelines for big Copernicus data - Ioannis Papoutsis (NOA)
  • BR 05 - A Data Science Pipeline for Big Linked Earth Observation Data - George Stamoulis (NKUA)
  • BR 06 - Semantic Data Cube System (Plato): Semantic enrichment of data cubes allowing user interaction with higher-level semantic concepts - Anastasios Mantas (NKUA)
  • BR 07 - EarthQA: A Question Answering Engine for Earth Observation Data Archives - Manolis Koubarakis (NKUA)
  • BR 08 - European GEOSS Platform Components and Reuse Components - Joost van Bemmelen (ESA)

08.12.2022 | 09:00 - 10:30 (LT) | Parallel Sessions

Capitalizing Earth Observation, GEO and Copernicus in support to One Health and Eco Health Initiatives | Room: Lefkothea

Chairs: Erwin Goor (EC/REA) & Haris Kontoes (IAASARS/NOA)

Scope and Objectives: The session aims at highlighting the European innovation and excellence from space based solutions using Earth Observation for the Health and Health related Sectors.

  • Provide an overview of solutions for early warning of zoonotic and vector borne diseases.
  • Showcase the tools addressing Mercury and Organic pollution phenomena.
  • Demonstrate the use of big and extreme EO data combined with AI and epidemiological modeling exploiting Copernicus and Galileo core capabilities.
  • Highlight the project addressing aforementioned problems co-designed and co-created in various EU and GEO related projects.
  • Provide insights to the public/private partnerships and joint investments.
  • Discuss directions towards the Holistic One Health and Eco Health initiatives.

Session layout:

  • EYWA - An Early Warning Tool to the epidemics arsenal. Bridging the gap between the VBD challenge and the solution [7 min], Haris Kontoes (IAASARS/NOA) PDF
  • E4Warning - Eco-Epidemiological Intelligence for early Warning and response to mosquito-borne disease risk in Endemic and Emergence settings [7 min], Guy Hendrickx (AVIA-GIS) PDF
  • OneAquaHealth - Protecting urban aquatic ecosystems to promote One Health [7min], Maria Feio (University of Coimbra) PDF
  • Emerging infectious diseases and the One Health paradigm [7 min], Nikos Stilianakis (JRC) PDF
  • The SC2 Health Surveillance pilots/services of e-shape/EuroGEO [7 min], Nicola Pirrone (CNR) PDF
  • Climate Change Adaptation and Ηealth [10 min], Dimitrios Sarikizoglou (EC/DG-SANTE) 

  • Copernicus in support of public health [10 min], Maria Berdahl, (EC/DG-DEFIS) PDF

  • Selected Users’ testimonies (videos) [5 min]

  • Discussion [30 min]

08.12.2022 | 10:30 - 11:15 (LT) | Coffee Break & Posters

Coffee @Ballroom (-1 level)

Posters @Ballroom (-1 level), Ballroom Foyer (-1 level) & First Floor (+1 level)

08.12.2022 | 11:15 - 12:45 (LT) | Parallel Sessions

EU polar observation – challenges ahead in terms of technology and governance | Room: Lefkothea

Chairs: Nicole Biebow (AWI) & Renuka Badhe (European Polar Board) 

Scope and Objectives: Present current state of the art for EU polar observation in terms of technology improvement, integration of observing systems, data availability and sharing, coordination and governance.  

Objectives: Discuss the planned outcomes of recently started Horizon 2020 projects in this area, shape collaborations, and understand recent evolutions at DG DEFIS and ESA. Brainstorm on next steps and the challenges ahead.

Presentations - Layout:

Welcome by Nicole Biebow (AWI) on behalf of the co-organisers (REA, EPB and EU-PolarNet 2)

PART 1 [50 min]

  • Polar Copernicus – current status and future plans, Maria Berdhal [EC, DG DEFIS] PDF

  • The Copernicus Marine Polar Offer Now and in the Future, Alain Arnaud [Mercator Ocean International] PDF

  • ESA´s contribution to Polar observations, Diego Fernandez [ESA] PDF

  • INTERACT - Research stations as science hotspots in Arctic observing systems, Elmer Topp-Jørgensen [Aarhus University] PDF

10 minutes question and answer session related to the first three presentations

PART 2 [40 min]

  • INTAROS: Achievements and recommendations for an Arctic observation system. Lasse Pettersson [NERSC] PDF

  • A Pan-Arctic observing System of systems - Synthesis, Integration and Outreach for societal Needs, Michael Karcher [AWI] PDF

  • The future EPCO and improved coordination of European Polar Observing systems, Renuka Badhe [EPB] PDF

10 minutes question and answer session related to the first three presentations

08.12.2022 | 12:45 - 14:15 (LT) | Light Lunch Break

@Ballroom (-1 level)

08.12.2022 | 14:15 - 15:45 (LT) | Parallel Sessions

Renewable energy | Room: Lefkothea

Chairs: Stelios Kazadzis (PMOD-WRC) & Thierry Ranchin (MINES Paris)

Scope and Objectives: To support the clean energy transition of the European Green Deal, the sector of Renewable Energy, from education and research to industry, public decision-making and citizens can largely lean on the open-source business-compliant Earth Observation (EO) access to data and supported by cloud facilities provided by the European program Copernicus.

The session aims at bringing together actors of the value chain from the Earth Observation to Renewable Energy with current or emerging applications based on Copernicus to answer the need of the renewable energy industries and decision-making.

The session aims at showcasing the benefits of EO for renewable energies

  • Provide an overview of the EO and renewable energy field
  • Describe the renewable energy activities within EuroGEO
  • Discuss the potential structuration of the EO and renewable energy field
  • Discuss the next steps

Presentations - Layout:

  • Presentation of the e-shape Showcase 3 Renewable Energy, Prof. Philippe Blanc PDF

  • NextSENSE: solar energy nowcasting & short-term forecasting system, Stelios Kazadzis (PMOD WRC) PDF

  • Merging offshore wind products, Merete Badger (DTU) PDF

  • High photovoltaic penetration at urban scale: Energy Modeling Application: coupling to FlexiGIS, Susanne Weyand & Jethro Betcke (DLR) PDF

  • High photovoltaic penetration at urban scale: near on-the-fly Service for solar variability assessment and forecasting, Philippe Blanc (MINES Paris – PSL/ARMINES) PDF

  • The Copernicus Thematic Hub on Energy, Fabio Veneti & Chiara Cagnazzo (ECMWF) PDF

  • The GEO VENER Initiative, Τhierry Ranchin (MINES Paris-PSL/ARMINES) PDF

Open Discussion and Closing remarks  (20 minutes)

08.12.2022 | 15:45 - 16:30 (LT) | Coffee Break & Posters

Coffee @Ballroom (-1 level)

Posters @Ballroom (-1 level), Ballroom Foyer (-1 level) & First Floor (+1 level)

08.12.2022 | 16:30 - 18:00 (LT) | Parallel Sessions

Citizen science uptake in official data and decision ecosystems – establishing a new common practice | Room: Lefkothea

Chairs: Inian Moorthy (IIASA) & Gerid Hager (IIASA)

Scope: In recent years citizen science has become widely recognised for its potential beyond science, e.g., to provide data to official assessment and accounting systems, helping to close spatial and temporal data gaps, or to provide methods to enhance public participation in the scientific and policy discourse, amongst others. Lighthouse projects across the globe have demonstrated that citizen science data can serve SDG monitoring (Ghana), outweigh official data sources for official air quality reporting (Flanders) or lead to urban re-design of public spaces to reduce noise pollution (Barcelona). At the same time, citizen science practices are debated for their legitimacy, in a narrow sense related to data quality, in a wider sense related to their potential of calling existing accountability systems and power structures into question. This session aims at reflecting current developments by bringing practitioners together to enhance knowledge exchange and to jointly sketch trends and key leverage points towards facilitating the uptake of citizen science data and practice in authoritative data flows and policy making.


  • Maximise knowledge sharing and facilitate mutual learning by raising cross-project awareness of planned, ongoing, and past activities and insights/results.

  • Identify trends, key innovation pathways and leverage points for citizen science uptake in official data and decision ecosystems, including a focus on linking with GEO.

  • Explore three key challenges related to the uptake of citizen science practice and data in authoritative data flows and policy making:

    • Trust challenge: recognising trust as a multidimensional and multidirectional issue in the context of different mindsets and perspectives, as well as possible underlying tensions between the needs and motivations of the various involved actors and parties.
    • Process challenge: aligning information and decision (infra)structures across stakeholders requires new common frameworks, which, in many places are not yet established.
    • Governance challenge: new governance structures are needed to allow, recognise and empower public participation in research, public data collection and decision making.

Presentations - Layout: 60mins presentations and short Q&A, via lightning talks (5 mins max)

  • Citizen Observatories in the context of EuroGEO [5 mins], Izabela Freytag (EC-REA)            

  • The SOCIO-BEE Citizen Science ecosystem towards better air quality in cities [5 mins], Dr. Anastasios Drosou & Dr. Evangelos Kopsacheilis (CERTH-ITI) PDF

  • Enhancing citizens trust through citizen-driven air quality experiments and collaborative policy making: the COMPAIR project [5 mins], Dr. Harris Alexopoulos (University of the Aegean) PDF   

  • CitiObs - Enhancing citizen observatories for healthy, sustainable, resilient and inclusive cities [5 mins], Joan Masó Pau (CREAF) PDF

  • GREENGAGE - Promoting innovative governance and helping public authorities in shaping their climate mitigation and adaptation policies by engaging with citizens via Citizen Observatories [5 mins], Jan Peters Anders (AIT) PDF

  • Urban ReLeaf: Citizen-powered data ecosystems for inclusive and green urban transitions [5 mins], Gerid Hager & Inian Moorthy (IIASA) PDF

  • Citizen Science and Environmental Protection Agencies [5 mins], José Miguel Rubio Iglesias (EEA) PDF

  • The GEO CitSci Pilot Initiative: Future directions and opportunities for citizen science in GEO [5 mins], Joan Masó Pau (CREAF) PDF

30min panel or fishbowl discussion (depending on number of session participants), focusing on trends and key innovation pathways as well as challenges


Friday 9 December 2022

09.12.2022 | 09:00 - 10:45 (LT) | Plenary Session

e-shape legacy to EuroGEO | Room: Ballroom

Chairs: Thierry Ranchin (MINES Paris – PSL/ARMINES)

Scope and Objectives: Launched in 2019, the H2020 project e-shape was designed to be fully aligned with the strategic directions laid out by the GEO High-Level Working Group (HLWG) and the EuroGEO initiative strategic activities instilled with fresh ideas that will secure long-term impact of targeted EO information within and beyond Europe.
In support to EuroGEO, e-shape was designed to support the development of practices and methods supporting the operational EO services (1) with and for the users and (2) through a conducive environment whereby the strengths of Europe are exploited towards addressing societal challenges, and (3) fostering entrepreneurship and supporting sustainable development.


  • Share the findings of e-shape with the EuroGEO community
  • Engage with the audience on the successes and challenges
  • Develop preliminary concepts for building on the lessons learnt from the e-shape ’sandbox’ into a larger EuroGEO

Presentations - Layout:

  • Introduction to e-shape [10 min], Thierry Ranchin (MINES Paris – PSL/ARMINES) PDF

  • Analysis of the e-shape showcases [10 min] , Alexander Kotsev (EC/JRC) PDF

  • e-shape legacy and impacts [20 min], Thierry Ranchin (MINES Paris – PSL/ARMINES) PDF

09.12.2022 | 10:45 - 11:15 (LT) | Coffee Break

First Floor (+1 level)

09.12.2022 | 11:15 - 13:00 (LT) | Plenary Session - Closing

Future of EuroGEO within the current European and international context (Plenary session) | Room: Ballroom

Chairs: Jean Dusart & Franz Immler (European Commission/DG Research and Innovation)

Scope and Objectives:

EuroGEO was launched as a regional GEO initiative in 2017 to for delivering multi-disciplinary EO based services and applications to end-users. Particular emphasis was put on EuroGEO on tackling the 'last mile' of the innovation process, thus enabling pre-operational Earth Observation services and promoting operational deployment. Those services address in priority the implementation of a sustainable climate transition.

Since its inception, the European landscape has radically changed with several crises intersecting: a geopolitical crisis, an energy crisis, a climate and environmental crisis, and the recovery from a global health crisis. Exploiting the insufficiently tapped potential of earth observation has been at the heart of EuroGEO ambitions, but time has come to evaluate if the current setting is still fit for purpose and what should be its upcoming priorities and operation modes.

The session aims at looking ahead of us, focusing on the post-2025 GEO Strategy, the tools and resources needed to support it, the role of the commercial sector and the possible addition of stakeholders to this endeavour. Outcomes of the discussions would feed the GEO Post-2025 on-going process.

  • Share the findings of EuroGEO with the European earth observation community
  • Engage with the audience on the successes and challenges
  • Discuss the tools and infrastructure components needed to overcome the current challenges
  • Develop a common position of Europe via-à-vis of the next GEO Strategy beyond 2025.

Presentations - Layout:

Panel 1 on platforms and infrastructures to support the GEO community (1 hour)

Moderator: Franz Immler

  • Debriefing from the Platforms session [3 min], Erwin Goor (EC-REA)

  • A rapid evolving digital landscape in Europe [10 min], Johan Bodenkamp (EC/DG-CNECT) PDF

  • Building GEO on lessons learned from Copernicus operational services [8 min], Fabio Venuti (ECMWF) 

  • European efforts to streamline access to In Situ data [8 min], Jose Miguel Rubio (EEA)

  • European efforts to further improve the GEOSS Platform [8 min], Alessandro Scremin (RHEA/ESA) & Gregory Giuliani (University of Geneva) PDF

  • Towards a digital EuroGEOSS ecosystem making the best use of the existing and future platforms and the role of the Knowledge Centre on Earth Observation [8 min], Alexander Kotsev & Mark Dowell (EC/JRC) PDF

  • Time for discussion [15 min]

Panel 2 on European contribution to the Post-2025 GEO Strategy (45 min)

Moderator: Franz Immler

  • Preparing for the future by strengthening EuroGEO impact on GEO

    • Debrief from GEO Week 2022 and preparation of the Post-2025 strategy, Yana Gevorgyan (GEO Secretariat)

    • The EU position on post 2025, Jean Dusart (EC DG RTD) PDF

    • EuroGEO governance options, Thierry Ranchin (ParisMines) PDF

    • Leveraging EuroGEO to increase commercial opportunities for the European industry, Emmanuel Pajot (EARSC)

  • Panel discussion and interactions with the audience (20 min)

Conclusions and workshop closing (10 min)

09.12.2022 | 13:00 - 14:30 (LT) | Light Lunch

First Floor (+1 level)