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Pevnost poznání Olomouc - 1. patro
Czech Republic

Pevnost poznání vznikne přestavbou muničního skladu v areálu Korunní pevnůstky v centru Olomouce. Stavební rekonstrukci objektu zajišťuje společnost O.K.D.C. mont s.r.o. Vybudování návštěvnického centra má na starosti Přírodovědecká fakulta UP, na vzniku jednotlivých expozic se dnes podílí zhruba padesát lidí z Přírodovědecké i dalších fakult UP. Pro pevnost také pracují modeláři, strojaři a další šikovní odborníci ve vlastní dílně, část výstavních předmětů dodají externí firmy.

Stránky projektu: www.pevnostpoznani.cz

Copyright: Robert Mročka
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 14172x7086
Taken: 18/01/2013
Uploaded: 25/01/2013
Updated: 22/09/2014
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Tags: pevnost poznani; olomouc; korunni; pevnustka
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