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10000 Zagreb Gundulieva 5 Internet: www.usdm.hr E-mail: usdm@usdm.

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10000 Zagreb Gundulieva 5 Internet: www.usdm.hr E-mail: usdm@usdm.hr

Curaprox Dental Summer Camp 2012 20-26 August 2012 Split, Croatia
Organized by USDM (Udruga studenata dentalne medicine Association of dental students) from Zagreb, Croatia and supported by Curaprox

Dear students, We are pleased to invite you to attend the Curaprox Dental Summer Camp 2012 taking place in Split,, Croatia between the 20th and 26th August 2012. As part of this camp you will have chance to participate in workshops, attend lectures, visit touristic sites and enjoy numerous social activities. In this brochure you will find more information about the city, accommodation, lectures and workshops, food, social activities and tourist offer. We look forward to seeing you in Croatia!

10000 Zagreb Gundulieva 5 Internet: www.usdm.hr E-mail: usdm@usdm.hr

City of Split
Split is located in the warmest part of the northern Mediterranean coast, in the very centre of the Adriatic coast. The rich offer for tourists as well as the unique cultural heritage and tourist events gives Split its special charm and makes it an ideal holiday destination throughout the year. Dalmatia region is characterised by the highest number of sunny days that on some of the islands and along the deep southern coast number as many as 315 a year. Split is the economic and administrative center of Middle Dalmatia, with about 200,000 inhabitants and the jumping-off point for exploration of the coast and islands of the beautiful Croatian Adriatic. Split is also a university seat and host to numerous scientific institutions. The site was first settled when, at the end of the third century AD, the Roman Emperor Diocletian built his palace here. Many of Split's historical and cultural buildings can be found within the walls of UNESCO protected Diocletian's Palace. In addition, numerous museums, the National Theatre, and old churches and other archeological sites in the Split region make it an important cultural attraction. Marjan hill, a forest park near the city offers a comfortable and quiet atmosphere and a walk far from the town noise. Central Split is quite compact and most sights can be easily seen and best experienced on foot, but there are frequent local buses to outlying attractions and the airport.

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How to reach Split


By Plane Split Airport (IATA: SPU) (ICAO: LDSP) http://www.split-airport.hr/ is, after Zagreb Airport, the most important in Croatia. Scheduled services fly to major European cities, with summer charter flights from more. The airport is about 25 km west from Split, near the city of Trogir. It has free WiFi internet. Airport buses run from the terminal to the city and stop at the eastern end of 'Riva'. A single ticket costs 30 kn. Local buses run from the road outside the terminal -- walk through the parking lot and go to the bus stop on the other side of the road. A taxi to Split Ferry port takes a bit over 30 min and cost between

350 - 270 kn, on the meter.


By Train Split train station is right in the city centre, it is a few minutes walk from the port and from the old town.

Trains run between Split and Croatian capital Zagreb. Timetables can be found from Croatian Railways website www.hznet.hr
By Bus

Frequent buses run to and from Zagreb, Dubrovnik, ibenik, Zadra, Rijeka and from Bosnia and Herzegovina. Local buses run to and from Trogir and Solin.
By Boat

Ferries run three times a week across the Adriatic to and from Ancona and Pescara (Italy). Split is the main hub for local boats and hydrofoils in Central Dalmatia. Several a day run to and from nearby islands. www.jadrolinija.hr For more information please check Wiki Travel Guide http://wikitravel.org/en/Split

Split Airport
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Accommodation

Camp Attendees will be accommodated at Hostel Spinut, located at the foot of the green Marjan Hill, a 5-minute walk from a pebble beach and a 15-minute walk from Diocletian's Palace. The restaurant and the caf serve international and Croatian cuisine and a wide range of drinks. Wi-Fi is available free of charge in the public areas. Football and basketball courts, as well as ping-pong tables can be found on site. Free parking is available. Split's Bacvice beach and the ferry port can be reached on foot within 30 minutes. Rooms: shared (2 or 3 persons) In the registration form you will have chance to inform us about your preferred roommate. 3 meals per day included (breakfast, lunch and dinner box) Address: Studentski dom Hostel Spinut, Spinutska 37, T: +385 21 386 733, +385 21 386 711, F: +385 21 386 774; http://www.scst.hr/

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Cuisine
Dalmatian cusine in Split restaurants is one of the most healthiest in the World. Quality and fresh sea fish, shells or meat specialities combined with fresh vegetables and popular black Mediteranean wines like merlot, cabarnet, plavac, dingac, postup and quality white wines like malvazija, posip, pinot, vugava...

Trips to islands
As part of the summer camp programme trips to the islands of Vis, Bievo and Hvar are organised . Trips are included in the registration fee.

Vis island
Vis is the most outerly lying larger Croatian island in the Adriatic Sea, an island of unspoiled beauty . It is rich in citrus fruits, palm trees and fishing and diving areas. Camp attendees will have opportunity to visit one of the towns on the island as well as Stiniva beach.

Stiniva Beach

Bievo island The small island (5.8 sq. kilometres) about five kilometres south west from Vis. There are a few caves on the island, out of which Modra pilja (Blue cave) is the most famous.

Cave "Modra pilja"


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Hvar island
Hvar is the longest island in the Adriatic. This is an island of vineyards, olive groves and lavender.

The night life in Hvar during summer months is described as the best on the Adriatic."

After an exhausting day of sun-bathing and swimming guests numerous cultural events are happening in the city: performances, exhibits and concerts that are a part of Hvars summer games. Also the open cinema in Venerada is very popular. As the night falls, people start to meet around numerous bars and hotel terraces with music and to spread around towards the most popular discos. Fun lasts all night long.

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Preliminary Program *
Monday, 20 August 2012 Arrival of attendees after 2 pm Welcome dinner and party Tuesday, 21August 2012 Breakfast Opening Lecture and workshop in Forensic Dentistry, Professor Hrvoje Brki Lunch Curaprox Lecture and Workshop City Tour Dinner Party Wednesday, 22 August 2012 Breakfast Lecture in endodontics, Professor Silvana Juki-Krmek Lecture in orthodontics, Dr Mihovil Struji Lunch Heraeus-Kulzer Workshop in Prosthodontics Free time Dinner Party Thursday, 23 August 2011 Breakfast Extreme Boat Trip to the Island of Bievo and Cave Modra Lunch at the Island of Vis Beach actuvities at Stiniva Extreme Boat trip to the Island of Hvar Dinner Party in Hvar Friday, 24 August 2011 Breakfast Lecture in Restorative Dentistry, Professor Boidar Paveli Lecture in Prosthodontics, Dr Marko Jakovac Lunch Sports and free time Dinner Party
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Saturday, 27 August 2011 Breakfast GC Lecture and hands-on workshop Lunch Free time Dinner Party Sunday, 28 August 2011 Breakfast Departure of attendees *subject to alteration. The programme might change if weather conditions or availabilities or lecturers change.

Registration and Payment


Registration deadline: June 15, 2011 Please register by filling out the application form at https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/viewform? hl=en_US&formkey=dFk2NXRZZzRjOXIzUTdzcWhVWnNVUmc6MA#gid=0 Number of places is limited so please submit the application form as soon as possible if you do not want to miss out this camp. The registration will be closed when the maximum number of confirmed participants is reached. As a confirmation of successful registration you will receive email with instructions for fee transfer and bank account details. Registration fee is 289 EUR and includes accommodation, food, lectures and workshops, visit to the island of Vis, Bievo and Hvar.. Bank wire transfer fees are not included in the fee. Please note that your application becomes valid only after sending a scanned copy of your proof of payment to usdm@usdm.hr If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us.

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Contacts Antun Sablek asablek@sfzg.hr Mirko Soldo mirko.soldo@yahoo.com Maja Miladinovi mjmldnvc62@gmail.com Maja Sabali maja.sabalic@gmail.com

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