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Poland more beautiful by the Copernicus Science Centre

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Copernicus Science Centre
Copernicus Science Centre. City of Warsaw

By the end of April Copernicus Science Centre in Warsaw took part in the contest "Poland more beautiful - 7 Wonders of European Funds. Copernicus Science Centre is a unique place, stimulates curiosity, helps to understand the world having fun and proves that everyone is an explorer of life.

By the end of April Copernicus Science Centre in Warsaw took part in the contest "Poland more beautiful - 7 Wonders of European Funds. Copernicus Science Centre is a unique place, stimulates curiosity, helps to understand the world having fun and proves that everyone is an explorer of life.

The contest "Poland  more beautiful - 7 Wonders  of European Funds" is organized by the Ministry of Regional Development  for three years. The competition rewards the best  projects for the development of tourism, recreational facilities, public  space development and  revitalization, co-financed by  European Funds. This year among the 21 projects - candidates  for the  Prize  of the Minister of Regional Development, there is also the Copernicus Science Centre.

Copernicus Science Centre

Warsaw Copernicus Science Centre is an institution in which children and adults can themselves experience the physical, chemical, biological phenomena and  explore the essence of the social sciences, history and archeology. Grand opening of the Copernicus Science Centre took place in November 2010.

Copernicus Science Centre. City of Warsaw
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Copernicus Science Centre. City of Warsaw
Copernicus Science Centre. City of Warsaw
Copernicus Science Centre. City of Warsaw