Today (Monday, 13/12) marks the 40th anniversary of the introduction of martial law. How do you remember this time? The Regional Museum in Szczecinek has prepared a special exhibition.
The story of “Solidarity Festival in Szczecin” during the emergence of a new social movement throughout Poland in the 1980s. This exhibition is an attempt to get a first-hand look at our local colors of the day
– Szczecin Museum reports.
In the halls of our headquarters in ul. We provide Szkolna 1, leaflets, posters, official and underground materials and many unpublished photos and videos. Due to restrictions, we did not arrange for formal varnishes this time around. We warmly invite you to attend though
– Museums encourage.
Items presented at the exhibition are primarily gifts from the following individuals: Stanisław Żabski, Henryk Gnat, Dariusz Żelazny, Eugeniusz Dudek, Grzegorz Grondys, Marian Potoka, Czeław Makar, Feliks Bibik in the District and Kystina Biel in the field.
We would like to thank everyone who supported us in this exhibition
– Emphasize the staff of the museum.
Exceptionally, on Monday 13th December, our museum will be available to visitors. The presentation of this part of our collection will be a form reminiscent of the dramatic events of forty years ago.
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40th anniversary of the introduction of martial law. The Museum invites you to an exhibition.
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