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Molecular Machines Nobel Prize Conference Groningen 19-22 November 2017

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Festive dinner

The Molecular Machines Nobel Prize Conference will have a festive dinner at the Martini Church. After the program at the University we will have a short walk to the church. The festive dinner starts with a reception with drinks. Next we have a seated conference dinner where food and drinks will be served. Appropriate entertainment and the presence of the Nobel Laureates will make this evening memorable!


The Martinikerk (Martin's church) is the oldest church in Groningen, Netherlands. The church and its associated tower (the Martinitoren) are named after Saint Martin of Tours (316–397), the patron saint of the Bishopric of Utrecht to which Groningen belonged. The church was a cathedral for a short period during the first bishopric of Groningen (1559–1594). The origins of the Martinikerk are a cruciform church built in the 13th century, which was extended in the 15th and 16th centuries. It contains several 16th-century tombs and Wessel Gansfort's 18th-century tomb. Much of the wall and roof paintwork has been preserved. Of particular note is a 16th-century depiction of the life of Jesus Christ. The tower was built from 1469 till 1482, with later additions. Citizens of Groningen often refer to the tower as d'Olle Grieze (Old Grey One). The original 13th-century tower was destroyed by lightning, and a new tower was built in the 15th century, also destroyed by lightning. (source: Wikipedia)

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