XI IAHN CONGRESS
September 12-15, 2019 in Larissa, Greece
Larissa is a city located in the central area of Greece mainland. It is the capital of the Thessaly region. It is surrounded by historical places: on the north by the mount Olympus, living place of Gods, on the east by the mount Pelion, the homeland of the Centaurs, and the port of Volos, the launching pad of Jason and the Argonauts, and finally on the west by the Meteora cliffs with the historical Cloisters build on their top. Hippocrates the father of modern western Medicine spent many years of his life in Larissa and died there in older age. Asclepios, the God of Medicine, was born here.