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Market Hall in Wroclaw designed by of Richard Plüddemann was built in 1906-1908. It is located next to Piaskowa street, Nankier square and Świetego Ducha street and it’s close to the Market Square, the Sand Island, the Lover’s Bridge and the oldest district of the city. The hall was built to improve the trade in the city centre that had taken place at the Nowy Targ before.

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Before building the hall, there had been the bishops court from the 14th century rebuilt for the sand arsenal at the beginning of XVI century and demolished in 1905. The cannonballs were fixed to the north elevation to commemorate it. The covering roof of the hall is supported by reinforced concrete parabolic arches that were designed by Friedrich August Küster and it was an innovation on the global engineering scale. The underground of the hall held the height of 3,7 meter basements. The outside look of the hall was modelled on the Berlago Amsterdam Exchange of and it has the features that link to the medieval historical stream. The inside is fully modernist.

The hall wasn’t destroyed by the warfare in 1945 and it was used practically just after the war . It was renovated in 1980-1983 and since that time it has been the most important trade place in the city.

Source: Wikipedia

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Joe Cocker will play the concert in Centennial Hall on 6th October 2010. The artist will visit Poland in as part of his tour “Hard Knocks”.

The artist will promote the new album “Hard Knocks” that will be released in October by Sony Music. He will sing songs from the new album as well as he will prepare special surprise for his fans.

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“There are few good songs in my repertoire, that weren’t presented during concerts. We always play “You Can Leave Your Hat On” and “Unchain My Heart”, but this time we want to play old songs during concert , like as “Simple Things” or “Tonight”- said Joe Cocker in the interview for Eventim.

Joe Cocker was born in Sheffield (England) on 20th May 1944. He has been singing on music stage for 40 years.  He started his career when he was 15 years old in The Avengers band under the pseudonym of Vance Arnold. Later he sang in the bands: Big Blues (1963), The Greas Band(1966). In 1969 he performed in Ed Sullivan Show – the American television programme. The press focused on him as a real music revelation and Joe Cocker was singing in all rock festivals that time. The climax in his career was the performance at Woodstock Festival for half a million audience.

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Wroclaw’s Water Park is one of the most modern, multifunctional leisure centres. One can find there few zones that are linked with each other:

  • recreational zone with lots of attractions (slides [black hole, turbo, magic eye, high-fly takeoff], 4 Jacuzzis, a swimming pool with waves, “lazy river”, outdoor swimming pools and a sport swimming pool);
  • sauna and wellness zone ( few kinds of sauna and baths, water massages, beauty);
  • Fitness Club with modern equipment;
  • sport swimming pool with large auditorium.

The zones are supplemented by gastronomy – restaurants, cafe bars and bistro.

A special transponder serves as  a ticket. It’s the special band with a chip that looks like a watch. It is used as a key to open and close a closet and to pay for services in the restaurant, solarium, to go to different zones. The number of a transponder is not a number of a closet.

The limit of expenses is assigned to the transponder – adult (regular) ticket 200 zł, reduced (concession) ticket 100 zł, children only 20 zł.

The ticket’s price

Opening hours:

the recreational swimming  pools: Monday – Sunday 8.00 a.m. – 10.40 p.m.

saunas: Monday – Sunday 10.00 a.m. – 10.40 p.m.

wellness: Monday – Sunday 10.00 a.m. – 9.40 p.m.

sport swimming pool: Monday – Sunday 5.40 a.m. – 11.20 p.m.

fitness: Monday – Friday 6.00 a.m. – 11.00 p.m.

Saturday – Sunday 8.00 a.m. – 8.00 p.m.

Source: Wroclaw’s Water Park

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