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    Revitalization of Lipnik Forest Amphitheater Finally Completed

    After years of anticipation and numerous setbacks, the revitalization of the Lipnik Forest Amphitheater in Bielsko-Biała has reached its long-awaited conclusion. The project, which stirred strong emotions among the city’s residents, has finally come to fruition, promising to be a remarkable space for leisure, recreation, and cultural events.

    The stone amphitheater, modeled after ancient Greek theaters, was originally built on a forest clearing in Lipnik in 1938. Demand for its reconstruction echoed among both the locals and tourists, eager to revive a piece of the city’s heritage.

    A Tribute to Tradition

    Initiated four years ago under the civic budget, the project faced hurdles due to an unreliable contractor, compounded by the challenges posed by the pandemic and inflation. After the termination of the initial contract by the Bielsko Forest District, a new tender was announced. Despite difficulties, the new contractor has successfully completed the task, marking the end of construction works.

    Upon the conclusion of inspection procedures, the amphitheater will be open to the public, offering a blend of tradition and modernity for the enjoyment of Bielsko-Biała’s residents and visitors alike.

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