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The Juvenile Palace

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Emilii Plater 3

In 2013, the historic building at 3 Plater street celebrated its hundred-year anniversary. In 1913 it was built for the needs of dr. Alfred Lotzin’s private surgery and women’s diseases clinic, which operated here until 1945. The two-storey building with a high basement and appropriable attic, was built according to the project by the architect Paul Lebius. After World War II, it underwent a reconstruction and renovation after the fire which in the winter of 1945 was set by the Red Army soldiers. Then, its interiors were adapted for a dormitory of a technical chemistry college, and in 1967 the headquarters of educational institutions were located in here. The latter performs the same function to this day, although over the years it has changed the signboards and names, for example: the Youth and Children Culture House  or the Juvenile Culture House. Currently, the former clinic seats The Juvenile Palace which started operating in 1998 and which holds the classes and workshops in areas such as music, dance or sports. In 2010, the facility was officially named The Juvenile Palace of the Lwów Eaglets (Pałac Młodzieży im. Orląt Lwowskich).


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