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Poznan - a city of 600, 000 inhabitants in north-western Poland. The capital of the most affluent province of the country, with flourishing agriculture and industry, inhabited by over three million people. Poznan lies half way between Berlin and Warsaw.
You can come to Poznan by plane, train, car - by Plane from:
London Stansed, Munich, Frankfurt o/ Main, Copenhagen, Bonn / Cologne, Vienna, Warsaw, Zielona Gora
The location of Poznan-Lawica Airport is very favorable. It is situated 7 km from the city center, near the main road coming to the most important points of the city: the center, the International Poznan Fair or the Main station, and close to the roads coming to Berlin and Warsaw.
The building of the Poznan University of Economics
The Festival's Main Programme presents innovatory and important performances of the world open-air and street theatre. Most presentations are held in grounds surrounding Lake Malta and in the streets, yards and squares of Poznañ. The programme also features performances held in closed spaces.
International Theatre Festival, which will be held between 29 June and 3 July 2004
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