The Library of Congress > LCCN Permalink

View this record in:  MARCXML | LC Authorities & Vocabularies

Hala Stulecia (Wrocław, Poland)

LC control 98001241
Corporate name headingHala Stulecia (Wrocław, Poland)
    Browse this term in  LC Authorities  or the  LC Catalog
Variant(s)Centennial Hall (Wrocław, Poland)
Century, Hall of the (Wrocław, Poland)
Hala Ludowa (Wrocław, Poland)
Hall of the Century (Wrocław, Poland)
Hall of the Nation (Wrocław, Poland)
Jahrhunderthalle (Wrocław, Poland)
Ludowa, Hall (Wrocław, Poland)
Nation, Hall of the (Wrocław, Poland)
Stulecia, Hala (Wrocław, Poland)
See alsoPublic buildings--Poland
    Browse this term in  LC Authorities
Found inWork cat.: 97207602: Niemczyk, E. Hala Ludowa we Wrocławiu, 1997 (built in 1913 to commemorate a centenary of national liberation. Called Jahrhunderthalle [in German because at the time Breslau, now Wrocław was in Germany] (Hall of the Century). After WWII, renamed Hala Ludowa (Hall of the Nation) since this hall is located in Poland)
Fletcher. Dict. of architecture (Centennial Hall, Breslau, now Wrocław)
Dict. of art: under Breslau (Jahrhunderthalle; German architect: Max Ber; reinforced concrete construction)
Hala Stulecia we Wrocławu konserwatorski plan zarządzania, 2016.
UNESCO world heritage list, viewed Jan. 3, 2018: English language Centennial Hall page (Centennial Hall, a landmark in the history of reinforced concrete architecture, was erected in 1911-1913 by the architect Max Berg)
Its website, viewed Jan. 3, 2018: HTML banner (Hala Stulecia, Centennial Hall)
Wikipedia, Apr. 23, 2018: under Centennial Hall (The Centennial Hall (Polish: Hala Stulecia; formerly Hala Ludowa, People's Hall, German: Jahrhunderthalle) is a historic building in Wrocław, Poland. It was constructed according to the plans of architect Max Berg in 1911--1913, when the city was part of the German Empire. Max Berg designed Centennial Hall to serve as a multifunctional structure to host "exhibitions, concerts, theatrical and opera performances, and sporting events.")