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After the similarly rotund Raclawice Panorama, the vast Hala Ludowa is Wroclaw's most famous building (although neither are the city's prettiest!). Completed in 1913 by famous modernist Max Berg, the Centennial Hall, as it was then known, was built to commemorate the hundred anniversary of the Germans' victory over Napolean at Leipzig. Now in Polish hands the renamed Hala Ludowa (People's Hall) is one of Wroclaw's most active cultural centres, playing host to all manner of concerts, exhibitions, sporting events and even the odd rave. You can read more about the Hala Ludowa in our feature-length article.
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this building simply overwhelming
THE place for tourists to see. Easy to get to with the tram. Very nice looking building, and the fountain (with shows on the hour, and laser shows on weekends in summer) is spectacular. Very nice Japanese park there too.
This is a real must see! charming place with a lots of history behind!
Very cool place to visit in Wroclaw - definitely a must-see, the inside (go for one of the big concerts sometime!) and the outside as well.
the fountain, the gardens, the whole area is stunning..
Check out the new fountain in front of Hala Ludowa. THey have shows I think every hour with light and music. Very cool.
wow - that was something. The whole area is really impressive!
I think Hala Ludowa is the official name now. Though I'm not really sure. Cool building though. Surrounded by beautiful gardens, it's a nice place for a date too
It's no longer called Hala Stulecia? Only Hala Ludowa? I've heard both. Confusing!