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Brzesko, Former "Summer Theatre"
Poland

Former "Summer Theatre" was founded in 1902, current restaurant "Pavilion". It is, in fact, long temple Melpomene, muse of theater, part of the team of urban planning - architectural Okocimski brewery. It was established with the foundation of John II Goetz. Theatre of the characteristics of the Zakopane style was built by architect Eugene Wesolowski.

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Uploaded: 22/04/2013
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