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International Glass Symposium 2004

RONA, the large glassmaker situated in Lednické Rovne, near the northwestern Slovak town of Púchov, will hold an International Glass Symposium from June 29 to July 3

RONA, the large glassmaker situated in Lednické Rovne, near the northwestern Slovak town of Púchov, will hold an International Glass Symposium from June 29 to July 3. The Slovak glassmakers Eva Fišerová, Patrik Illo, Zora Palová, and Peter Šipoš will be joined by international participants from Hungary, Great Britain, Latvia, and the Czech Republic.

The results of the gathering will be exhibited during the company's Day of Open Doors on the last day of the symposium, July 3, from 8:00 to 12:00.

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