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    Revitalizing Warsaw’s Cultural Gem: Congress Hall Set for a Grand Comeback

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    In a momentous event on Thursday, the authorities of Warsaw officially sealed the deal for the much-anticipated renovation of the Congress Hall, dormant for nine years. The agreement, valued at 393 million Polish złoty, was inked with the renowned firm Adamietz, marking a significant leap toward rejuvenating this cultural haven by 2026.


    Initiated in 2014, the attempts to modernize this iconic hall were stymied by budget constraints and the soaring costs of such endeavors. The city’s reluctance to allocate funds compounded the challenges, leaving the venue in a state of neglect.

    Post-renovation, the Congress Hall will retain its distinctive charm while embracing a contemporary facelift. With a seating capacity expanded to over 2,500, the venue aims for inclusivity, featuring specially designed spaces for individuals with disabilities.

    Post-renovation, the Congress Hall will retain its distinctive charm while embracing a contemporary facelift. With a seating capacity expanded to over 2,500, the venue aims for inclusivity, featuring specially designed spaces for individuals with disabilities.

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