1 Wystawowa Street, www.halastulecia.pl
GPS: 51°06'25"N 17°04'37"E
Centennial Hall is a unique place on the map of Poland, a place where history fully intertwines with the present. The structure designed by outstanding German architect Max Berg was erected in the years 1911-1913. In 2006 the venue was inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage list and today is a flagship of the capital of Lower Silesia and a host of important events - not only artistic or scientific but also sporting ones.
The multi-functional area of the venue, its original design and location - these are only some of the many assets of the Hall. Today Centennial Hall is, among organisers from Poland and abroad, one of the most sought-after venues for the greatest exhibitions, conferences, congresses, and cultural or sport events. Centennial Hall's inclusion in the UNESCO World Heritage List in 2006 boosted the prestige of the venue.
Centennial Hall hosts events of local, national and international character. Its main floor can be arranged as a field for team sports, a tennis court, or a martial arts' arena. Currently, Centennial Hall offers a capacity of 6,500 seats for spectators.