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A huge and historic investment in Gdansk.
2014-09-09 14:33

Approximately 200-250 millions of PLN will be expended on building of the headquarter of World War II Museum, which will be founded over the Motlawa river in Walowa street in Gdansk.

A contract for groundwork has already been put out to tender.
“I hope that this project will become an icon of Gdansk and a symbol of Poland. Just as the Guggenheim Museum in Bilbao or the Jewish Museum Berlin are eminently recognized worldwide, I reckon that the museum, which will be erected over the Raduni Chanel and the Motlawa river, will become a symbol of Gdansk” said Prof. Pawel Machcewicz, the director of World War II Museum.
He also added that the museum should epitomize the convoluted and dramatic chronicle of Poland and Eastern Europe.
This building will arouse emotions and interest in everyone just before they decide to step inside the museum, where the visitors will be immersed in the history of World War II.
“I suppose that this exceptional construction will become not only a symbol of Gdansk, but also the Ambassador of Polish Architecture” added Prof. Pawel Machewicz.

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