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Centennial Hall

The Centennial Hall in Wrocław is one of the largest reinforced concrete structures in history. The building, designed by Max Berg, is inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage List.

It is no exaggeration to say that the huge hall, built specifically for the needs of the Centennial Exhibition organized in 1913, changed the face of Wrocław. It is even difficult to imagine the architectural landscape of the city without a giant dome that towers over the reinforced concrete structure at a height of several dozen meters, the Pergola located at the north-eastern part of the building and the Four Domes Pavilion, recently renovated and re-adapted for exhibition purposes. All of them together form an extraordinary architectural complex near the Szczytnicki Park, which is why the building was inscribed on the UNESCO World Cultural and Natural Heritage List in 2006 along with its adjacent areas, appreciating not only the engineering efficiency of builders and extremely bold technological solutions, but the entire concept of spatial development. Currently, one of the biggest attractions in the hall – apart from the possibility of visiting – is the Visitor Centre which comprehensively and interestingly presents the history of its creation. Not so long ago, the building was home to the famous cinema “Gigant”, supposedly boasting the largest cinema screen in the world in its time, while today the visual and sound experience at the highest level is provided to visitors by the Wrocław multimedia fountain at the Pergola. There is nothing else but to come and see it all with your own eyes.

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