60th anniversary exhibition for iconic Warsaw building

Warsaw's Palace of Culture and Science.

Warsaw's Palace of Culture and Science. Image by Jim Bowen / CC BY 2.0

An exhibition to mark the 60th anniversary of the completion of Warsaw's Palace of Culture and Science has opened in the Polish capital. The 231-metre-tall structure was a gift to Poland from communist leader Joseph Stalin, and was completed in 1955. The vast building has been used for a variety of purposes over the years, from hosting Communist Party meetings in the communist era, to rock concerts for bands such as The Rolling Stones. Read more: thenews.pl

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