Traugutta Set For Culture-packed Saturday

Wrocław's so called 'Bermuda Triangle' district will host a series of cultural events tomorrow as part of 'Triangle Day'.

The festival of culture is intended to show how the Traugutta area, once considered as the city's most dangerous district, has managed to shrug off those associations and is now open to culture more than ever before. 

As part of the event, a section of Komuny Paryskiej street (at the junction with Kościuszki Street) will be turned into a neighborhood 'relaxation zone'. Once there, you will be able to order some food, chill out on sun loungers and meet the various artists and creatives who work in the area. Willing participants can also take part in a specially constructed 'urban game'.

Other attractions include an acoustic concert at the Museum of Architecture, talks and meetings about the area (in Polish), as well as an afterparty at plac Społeczny. 

There are a good number of participating venues embracing the event, including various museums, cafes and restaurants. Anyone planning to hop from one venue to another can get a special card stamped at each place in order to qualify for a special prize draw. 

You can find more info on the event in Polish here. The full list of participating venues is as follows: 

Muzeum Etnograficzne we Wrocławiu/Ethnographic Museum in Wrocław 
Nowa Papiernia
BUCK.studio
Przepis
Pizzasso
Pracownia I Komuny Paryskiej 45
Angel River
Atelier – Maszynownia
Droga Mleczna
Folgujemy
KRASNOLÓD
Look Cafe
onzmywa.pl
Pizzasso

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