Jubilee Hall in Wroclaw was built between 1911 and 1913 as a multi-purpose building. It was designed by the architect Max Berg. This building celebrates the centenary of the Battle of Nations at Leipzig (1813) . One of the reasons why it was built was the magnificent "Exhibition of the Century". In general, Jubilee Hall in Wroclaw is considered as a pioneer of modern architecture. One of the reasons is that the design was inspired by many architectural styles of the 20th century.
The building is composed as a symmetrical rectangular with a large circular central space of capacity 6000 people. Above this space you will be taken aback with a glass cupola reinforced with iron structures , whose height reaches 23 m. The dominating element of the construction is the concrete. There are no decorations in order to emphasize the natural qualities of concrete.
Jubilee Hall in Wroclaw comprises a pavilion with four domes which was built in 1912 during preparations for a historical exhibition. In the western part of the premises you will come across the so called Pergola (Pergolie) with a multimedia fountain.
Presently, Jubilee Hall in Wroclaw is used according to the original purpose. Sports competitions, cultural events and various conferences take place in the Jubilee Hall in Wroclaw. The hall is open for tourists (from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.)