VRATISLAVIA DANCE FESTIVAL takes place on 2nd and 3rd November 2018 in a beautiful city of Wroclaw – the capital of Lower Silesia. The best couples from all over the world will visit that place right in the heart of Europe. The competition will take place in a marvelous Centennial Hall – the place of UNESCO World Heritage, the place which had already had the best dancers over during WDSF European Championship Standard 2016 and the dance competitions during “The World Games 2017”.
VRATISLAVIA DANCE FESTIVAL is a ranking tournament of World Dance Sport Federation – the biggest dance organization in the world which is a member of IOC. The couples will compete in different age categories, starting from the youngest junior couples to adults and senior ones, both in Standard and Latin dances.
One of the main attractions of the Festival will be the competition of Senior II couples on 3rd November (Saturday) who will take part in WDSF World Championship in Ten Dance.
We are warmly inviting to Wroclaw wishing you unforgettable moments.
Beata i Maciej Felzenowscy
Vratislavia Dance Festival
WE WOULD LIKE TO INVITE YOU TO PARTICIPATE IN THE INTERNATIONAL DANCE FESTIVAL
VRATISLAVIA DANCE FESTIVAL
SPONSORS AND PARTNERS
EXPERIENCE THE HISTORY OF THE MOST VALUABLE OBJECT OF WROCŁAW MODERNISM
Centennial Hall is a building designed by Max Berg - architect and builder. The construction was erected in the years 1911-1913, in connection with the organization of the Centennial Exhibition, to commemorate the hundredth anniversary of the defeat of Napoleon at Lipsk. The developing city needed a large, characteristic construction, able to accommodate a significant number of exhibitors and visitors. At the time of its creation, the hall was an exceptional object, with a reinforced concrete cover
the largest span in the world - then only a few steel constructions reached larger sizes
The construction of the hall was completed in December 1912, one and a half month before the planned date. During its construction, numerous other exhibition facilities were built on the surrounding areas, including the Pavilion of Four Domes, Pergola, recreational facilities. The hall was unveiled on May 20, 1913.
The Hala Stulecia can be reached by trams No. 1, 2, 4, 10, city buses 145, 146 and night buses 253, 255.
The interior of the hall can be visited daily between 10-18 (from April to October) and 9-17 (from November to March) through the Cognitive Center (entrance D3). In the price of the ticket you can visit the interior of the hall and see a multimedia exhibition about the history of the hall and its creation.
© 2018 eMSu pracownia
photos of Centennial Hall: www.kamilczaja.com