Centrum Historii Zajezdnia / The Depot History Centre

The depot on Grabiszynska street in Wroclaw is an extraordinary place. A beautiful complex dating back to the end of the 19th century was a "witness" to the complex history of the city. The depot, just as the whole city, was left in ruins after the II World War, because of the siege of Festung Breslau. In 1945 the superpowers decided that Breslau would become Polish Wroclaw. On 26 of August 1980 in this depot the wroclaw „Solidarity” movement was born.

"The Depot" History Centre it’s a venue of modern historical exhibitions and education. The main core of The Depot was arranged in the old bus hall and devoted to the post-war history of Wroclaw, Lower Silesia and other regions that became a part of Poland in a result of II World War. The exposition was created on the basis of souvenirs, documents and photographs given by Wroclaw  citizens. Thanks to that, people of Wroclaw metaphorically built the exhibition by themselves. The Depot will provide cross-cultural dialoque and reflections on the future of Europe.

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