TIME: 8 SEPTEMBER, 2015, 7 P.M.
PLACE: THE GDAŃSK SHIPYARD CENTRE
“All around the world the post-industrial areas are becoming the places where the most impressive pieces of architecture are erected and prestigious business, entertainment and art events are hosted. The magnificent building 89A stands right in the middle of downtown Gdansk, near the famous Solidarity Square. It is a gem among the post-industrial architecture of Europe. U-boots were manufactured here before World War II, but later the it has been used for peaceful purposes only. In the middle of 2004 it was called Centrum Stocznia Gdanska (Gdansk Shipyard Centre) and became the seat of the European Culture and Education Centre.”
Michał M. Torz
The Gdansk Shipyard Centre is located on the former grounds of the historical Gdansk Shipyard which was named after Lenin, it lays in a direct neighbourhood of Solidarity square (busses, tramways, taxi-stand), and only 500m away from the train station Gdańsk Główny (PKP, SKM) and the old town, 8 km away from Lech Wałęsa’s Airport in Gdansk – Rebiechów ( cheap Airline, LOT e.t.c.).
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