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Dialogue Centre “Upheavals”

Dialog Centre “Breakthroughs” is an exhibition pavilion belonging to the National Museum in Szczecin, where we present the newest history of Szczecin and West Pomerania region, with particular attention given to social protests and breaking events in the years 1970–1971, 1980– 1981, 1988–1989, that lead Poland to regain independence in 1989. The building that houses our museum is partially hidden under the Solidarity Plaza, adjacent to the Concert Hall. The exhibition is interactive, apart from subject-related pieces, in its underground rooms you may see films, pictures and recording

Szczecin Philharmonic

Have you ever seen an iceberg in the city center? If not, you must see the new premises of Szczecin Philharmonic which majestically emerges from urban buildings and pervasive greenery. Its slender body and glass facade supplemented by light illuminations catch the eye of each person who comes nearby. New building of Philharmonic was designed by Spanish architects from Barozzi Veiga from Barcelona and immediately has become the icon of our city. Modern design combined with inspiration taken from historic building of Konzerthaus creates a coherent whole of past, present and future of Szczecin.

Visiting the cathedral tower

The tower is an element of the St. James Metropolitan Basilica Cathedral. An observation deck is available for tourist all year long. 1st.April to 15th.October Tuesday to Saturday, 11am to 6 pm [break from 2:30 – 3:00 pm], last entry 2:20 Sundays, 12pm to 6pm 15th.October to 31st.March Wednesday to Saturday., 10am to 3pm (break 1-1:20pm) Sundays, 12-3 pm Ticket prices: -normal: 10PLN -reduced: 6PLN -group of over 20 people: 8PLN  

Szczecin's Venice

The complex of industrial buildings by the Odra River in Kolumba 86 street (near "Zachodniopomorskie Stowarzyszenie Rozwoju Gospodarczego" building's) is a unique place in our city. Historic buildings such as old yeast factory or alcohol manufacture were once the pride of industrial district reaching Tama Pomorzańska street. You can have the impression that the buildings shoot straight from the water and with the little help of imagination you can see them for example as restored hotels. The city council wants to rebuild this place as Szczecin has the potencial to become so called Venice of