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Buenos Aires is the capital and largest city of Argentina, and the second-largest metropolitan area in South America. It is a highly desirable tourist destination and is wel known for its variety and abundance of cultural offerings.
The meeting will be held at the Puerto Madero Campus of the Universidad Católica Argentina, Buenos Aires. The Puerto Madero district has had major redevelopment work over the past couple of decades and is now one of the trendiest boroughs of Buenos Aires. The venue auditorium is part of the University Campus of the Catholic University of Argentina, a Campus made up of four recycled docks in Dike 2 of what was the former port of the City.
More information can be found on the venue's website: http://www.uca.edu.ar/index.php/site/index/en/uca/auditorios-uca-puerto-madero/
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Visit the standalone 32nd NPS website for more information on the meeting and on visiting Buenos Aires and Argentina http://epl.agro.uba.ar/NPS/NPS.htm.