The Management Board of Małopolska will choose the construction of Heksagon – a new exhibition hangar at the Polish Aviation Museum in Krakow. Investment worth PLN 24.6 million Strategic support under the second edition of the Polish Government Fund of the Polish Order: Investment Program.
According to the press office of the Marshal’s Office of the Małopolska Region, the project involves the creation of a hangar – an exhibition hall, which will enable, among others, for equipping and displaying materials for ships. The facility will have one storey and nearly 3.4 thousand sq m. sq m of usable space, of which over 2.6 thousand. sq m will be occupied by the exhibition hall. It also includes a mezzanine with an area of 665 sq m.
The investment is suitable for the second person under the Polish Governmental Order Fund: Strategic Investments Program – edition in the amount of over PLN 22 million. The Małopolskie Voivodeship will allocate a total of PLN 3.3 million for this service provision.
Established in 1963, the Polish Aviation Museum protects and presents Polish and world aviation heritage. It is one of the common museums of its kind. The collection includes over 200 airplanes, airplanes, passengers, passengers, over 140, telecommunications sets and sets. The museum also has a collection of aviation data, over 20 thousand. photos and collections of orders and decorations, numbering over 2 thousand. exhibits.
The Krakow museum is located in a historically unique location: fragments of the former Rakowice airport, Czyżyny airport, are one of the oldest airports in Europe. Already in 1892, observation balloons of the Austro-Hungarian army were stationed in this area, and after it was taken over from the invaders in 1918, the airport became a party. Rebuilt after World War II, 63 operated until 19.
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