Conference Venue

The conference will be held on September 9-14, 2018 in the Hotel & Recreation Center “Ellada”.  The hotel is located right on the sandy beach; it is gated, with swimming pool, on-site security and small café/restaurant.




Ellada Hotel & Recreation Center 
99c Prymors'ka Street,
67700 Zatoka, Odessa Oblast, 




Zatoka is an urban-type settlement in southwestern Ukraine. It is administratively part of the port-city of Bilhorod-Dnistrovskyi. The town is a local beach resort and contains a small port of Buhaz. It is located 60 km from Odessa and 18 km from the city of Bilhorod-Dnistrovskyi of Odessa Oblast in the historical region of Budjak, southern Bessarabia. The town is located on a sand spit of the Dniester Estuary right next where Dnister flows into the Black Sea.
The village was founded in 1827. Then it was decided to establish in this place a navigation mark - lighthouse. Since September 1850 he received the status of a full beacon and command as lotsmeystera and 6 sailors. In 1877, the old lighthouse building dilapidated, it was replaced by a new tower, whose height was 16 meters. The new building had a special room for the lamp, Fresnel lens and hazozharovu installation. Nowadays, this resort town is growing and developing, attracting more tourists.


Places of interest near the town

Shabo (Шабо, Romanian Şaba, population 7,100) is a town of the Odessa Oblast, Ukraine, situated at the Dniester Liman, some 7 km downstream of Bilhorod-Dnistrovskyi. The Tatar village was established ca. 1500, called Acha-abag "the lower vineyards" (attested 1788). The name was subsequently simplified to Shabag and finally to Shaba / Shabo. After the conquest of Bessarabia by the Russian Empire, the region suffered a population drain to the Ottoman Empire. Shabo in 1812 had been deserted by all but three or four families. Alexander I decided to re-populate the region, in 1822 inviting Swiss settlers of Vaud to cultivate the vineyards of Shabo. The descendants of these settlers inhabit Shabo to the present day, and Shabo wine remains famous for its quality.  


Budaki, or Budaksky Lagoon is a Black Sea lagoon in Bessarabia, southern Ukraine. Located in 18 km from the city of Bilhorod-Dnistrovskyi. The lagoon is separated from the Black Sea by the 80–200 m wide sandbar. The health spa town Sergiyivka is located on the coasts of the Budaki Lagoon. The temporary connection between the lagoon and the sea is organised via artificial canal «Budaki» (on the southern west), sometime via natural erosion (washout) of the sandbar.


  Belgorod-Dnestrovsky fortress (the Akkerman fortress) - is a medieval fortress in Belgorod-Dnestrovsky city in Ukraine. It is one of the largest in Ukraine, and it was perfectly saved.
Scientists refer the fortress occurrence to the Moldavian period in history Belgorod-Dnestrovsky's history (the end of XIV century). At that time the fortress was the part of the strengthened system, covering the ways deep into of the Moldavian princedom. Suchavskaya, Nyametskaya, Hotinskaya, Hmelevskaya and Tsetsinskaya fortresses also concern to this group of strengthenings.
After the Turkish siege of 1420 the serious defensive works in the fortress followed, which were made under supervision of Podolia governor Geldigold by means of Lithuanian prince Vitovt.


Odessa is a port city on the Black Sea in southern Ukraine. It’s known for its beaches and 19th-century architecture, including the Odessa Opera and Ballet Theater. The monumental Potemkin Stairs, immortalized in "The Battleship Potemkin," lead down to the waterfront with its Vorontsov Lighthouse. Running parallel to the water, the grand Primorsky Boulevard is a popular promenade lined with mansions and monuments.


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