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    Grand Opening of the IPN Central History Hub Honoring Lech Kaczyński

    The Institute of National Remembrance cordially invites attendees to the inauguration of the Central History Hub named after President Lech Kaczyński on May 6, 2024. The event features speeches, unveiling of a commemorative plaque, a lecture by Professor Andrzej Nowak, and artistic performances. Visitors can explore the exhibition “Trails of Hope: Odyssey of Freedom” and the IPN Central History Hub space.

    Exploring History Through Technology

    On May 6 and 7, 2024, guests can immerse themselves in a new era of historical education at the IPN’s newly opened bookstore. From 9:00 to 19:00, visitors can peruse a curated selection of books, audiobooks, e-books, and podcasts. The bookstore offers a 30% discount on all publications (excluding educational games) from May 6 to May 31.

    Educational Offerings and Technological Advancements

    The IPN also presents immersive history lessons and technology zones from May 6 to May 11. Visitors can experience gaming projects, VR exhibits, and interactive historical narratives, including simulations of significant events like the Warsaw Uprising. Educational workshops, family activities, and teacher training sessions are available.

    New Learning Experiences

    From May 8, 2024, onwards, the IPN Central History Hub invites enthusiasts to engage in diverse educational activities, including lectures, film screenings, and exhibitions. These events, ranging from sports history to cultural insights, aim to foster a deeper understanding of Poland’s past.

    Discovering History Across Generations

    The immersive technology zone, open from May 8 to May 11, offers an interactive journey through history suitable for all ages. From holograms to VR experiences, visitors can explore the past in innovative ways.

    Embracing Tradition and Modernity

    The IPN’s new bookstore, located at Marszałkowska 107, blends tradition with modernity. Visitors can enjoy both printed and digital formats, ensuring history remains accessible to all.

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