The Wrocław Hala Stulecia (Centennial Hall) is a unique place on the map of Poland, where history fully interacts with the present. Designed by the eminent urban architect Max Berg, it was considered one of the greatest works of 20th century architecture. It was intended by the designer to serve the inhabitants of Wrocław and visitors to the capital of Lower Silesia, and remains so today. Its multifunctional space, unconventional design, atmospheric and spacious location are just a few of its assets. The Hala Stulecia complex is currently one of the most sought-after venues for organisers of the largest exhibitions, conferences, cultural, sporting and congress events from Poland and abroad. Its inclusion on the UNESCO World Heritage List in 2006 underlined its importance. It is undoubtedly one of the most distinctive landmarks of Wrocław on the international arena, and an extraordinarily magical place in Wrocław, where the pages of its history are written down over many generations.