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Impressive Needle near the Centennial Hall. No information boards near it so we read up about the history afterwards. Reminded me of a space rocket!
Travelled by number 10 tram from city centre which stops outside the Hall (only 3PLN 40 single)
The Soviets built this metal spire in 1948 on a concrete plaza between the Centennial Hall and Four Domes Pavilion in order to celebrate regaining control of its territories. By 2005, this spire had became a national historic monument. Our city tour guide enjoyed pointing...More
Despite its historic significance, this is ultimately just a tall metal needle. It does not merit a special trip, but if you're visiting Centennial Hall, the large musical fountain pool behind it, or the Japanese garden, then stop by to have a look.
Iglica is a needle-like monument. It was built in 1948 and was 106 metres tall and is now a bit shorter after renovation. Its like something you expect to see in a Tintin adventure. The nearby Hall has an interesting video about its construction. Solidarity...More