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It is a civil defense hall in a large plant that remembers the times of the Polish People's Republic... it was rather ... because the plant liquidated the room In the event of an armed attack, it would protect the civilian population. The room is falling apart. The equipment is rotting. Nobody cares about it anymore.

 

Fortunately, at the last moment I got a tip and I was able to visit and take pictures. Some of the pictures are directed, but only so I could show the entire contents of this room. Translated in a translator

 

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These are not photos from the museum. Pictures taken in the active hydroelectric power plant. The owner plans to create a museum there. As of today, there are no funds for this. The machine is standing and getting dusty.

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5 minutes ago, GREGUL1979 said:

These are not photos from the museum. Pictures taken in the active hydroelectric power plant. The owner plans to create a museum there. As of today, there are no funds for this. The machine is standing and getting dusty.

 

Cool, thanks for the reply @GREGUL1979. Hopefully they will find some funding to preserve the place :) 

 

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Sorry for the mistake. Not where I need to paste a comment. It is a civil defense hall in a large plant that remembers the times of the Polish People's Republic. In the event of an armed attack, it would protect the civilian population. The room is falling apart. The equipment is rotting. Nobody cares about it anymore.

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30 minutes ago, GREGUL1979 said:

Sorry for the mistake. Not where I need to paste a comment. It is a civil defense hall in a large plant that remembers the times of the Polish People's Republic. In the event of an armed attack, it would protect the civilian population. The room is falling apart. The equipment is rotting. Nobody cares about it anymore.

 

No worries, i'll paste that info into the report. Thanks :thumb 

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