The ancient addiction of hospitality 

A land afar, which makes us feel at home


I S T A N B U L was deemed the “New Rome” when still called Constantinople and the Roman Empire’s second capital, before the Turkish-Ottoman dominion, starting in 1453. It is a place symbolically familiar to us, bridging East and West, the crossroads of peoples that emperor Constantine the Great himself wanted to be a reality.

It is that very hospitality and curiosity for knowledge that we wish to honour by welcoming you to hall 10 / C 120, from 10 to 12 October, on the occasion of Aluexpo 2019.