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One of a Kind
April 30, 2014   
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The Centennial Hall in the southwestern city of Wrocław is the only building of its type in Poland, a place where history and the present blend together. Designed by Max Berg, an outstanding German architect and town planner, the Hall is considered to be one of the finest examples of 20th-century architecture. The building was intended to serve local residents and visitors alike. And this continues to be the case to this day.

Among the Hall’s biggest selling points is its unconventional, multifunctional design, combined with a special ambiance and convenient location. The Centennial Hall complex is one of the most attractive venues for organizers of big public events who value professionalism and attention to detail— events such as conferences, cultural and sporting events, conventions and exhibitions. In 2006, the Centennial Hall was entered onto the list of UNESCO World Heritage Sites, a decision that added prestige to the venue.

The Centennial Hall complex is located in the city’s picturesque Szczytnicki Park. The complex is composed of the historic Centennial Hall building with a spire and the adjoining square, the Wrocław Congress Center (RCTB), and the historic Pergola surrounding Poland’s biggest multimedia fountain and green areas.

For almost 100 years the Hall has met the expectations of event organizers, residents and visitors. Thanks to being listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, the complex has become an important showpiece for Wrocław, the capital of Poland’s Lower Silesia region, on the international arena. It has hosted congresses and conferences held as part of the European Culture Congress, in addition to events related to Poland’s turn at the presidency of the European Union in the second half of 2011, visits by the late, Polish-born Pope John Paul II and the Dalai Lama, concerts by Polish and foreign music stars, international sporting, cultural and entertainment events, and exhibitions.

Numerous fairs and exhibitions important for the promotion of the city and the region are regularly held in the complex, in addition to a range of trade fairs including those focusing on tourism, the automotive industry, weddings and housing and botanical events.

The Centennial Hall provides event organizers with all the facilities they need to hold conferences, fairs and concerts. It is also increasingly chosen by international and national institutions as a venue for balls, receptions, team-building meetings and dance tournaments as it has the largest dance floor in the region. It is a perfect venue for balls of various kinds as these can be held both inside the building and outside.

Contact details: Wrocławskie Przedsiębiorstwo Hala Ludowa Sp. z o.o.
ul. Wystawowa 1; 51-618 Wrocław
tel. 71 347 51 50
info@halastulecia.pl , www.halastulecia.pl
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