Wyspianski 2000 Pavilion
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After years of planning and construction, the "Wyspianski 2000" Exhibition and Information Pavillion was finally unveiled during the celebration of 750 years of Krakow's location in summer 2007. The over 850 m2 building, designed by famed Polish architects Ingarden & Ewy, is to serve exhibition and information purposes by promoting the cultural and tourist attractions of Krakow and the Malopolska region. Perhaps the most significant part of the building are the stained glass windows by Stanislaw Wyspianski; originally designed for the Wawel Cathedral but rejected as being too risque, after over 100 years they've finally found their home.
Editor & Krakow Local
I hate the look of this building it does not belong in the heart of Krakow. The modern look clashes with all the buildings around it and it takes away from the old world feel of the Old City. This building belongs somewhere else.
Great to see an elegant modern building fit so snugly in an 'old city'!