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New science centre promises hi-tech fun

PR dla Zagranicy
Paweł Kononczuk 03.11.2017 12:07
A new Science and Technology Centre is to open in the central Polish city of Łódź in mid-December.
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Visitors will be able to admire Earth as if from the windows of the International Space Station in one of a host of interactive multimedia installations, experiments and hi-tech attractions.

About 150 different installations will be on offer to inquisitive minds.

"Our centre is to be a place where visitors... feel encouraged [to explore] various fields of science," said Michał Buława, director of the centre’s exhibition section.

The exhibition cost PLN 45.5 million (USD 12.5m, EUR 10.7m) to set up, of which over PLN 18.3 million has been subsidised by the European Union.

It is estimated that more than 430,000 people a year will visit the Łódź centre.

Around the world there are an estimated 3,000 science centres, drawing about 300 million visitors annually.


Source: PAP

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