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Poland’s Wroclaw braves the cold to launch Cultural Capital of Europe 2016

 

Musicians in Wroclaw defied the cold for the opening weekend as Cultural Capital of Europe 2016. They played jazz, classical and folk music in the open air. Music lovers stood alongside local homeless people around the coke stoves that had been set up for the open-air performances. The heated tent on one of Wroclaw’s squares attracted a fairly large crowd.

 

Despite the cold, the people of Wroclaw were on fire – those, at least, who were watching the „Burning Islands” acrobatics and fire dance spectacle. This was a promenade performance, moving between stages and different scenes on Slodowa („Malt”) Island near the Old Town.

 

Kryzsztof Maj, the festival director for the European Year of Culture in Wroclaw, had some momentous words for the opening, describing the opportunity to be promoted as Europe’s cultural visiting card as „the most important year in Wroclaw’s post-war history.” An ambitious program of more than one thousand events awaits. The organizers hope it will attract twice the usual number of visitors to the city, thereby benefiting the region not only culturally but economically, too.
 
Słówka warte zapamiętania:
defied – oparli się, przeciwstawili
in the open air – na otwartym powietrzu
alongside – obok, wraz
momentous – doniosły, ważny
awaits – oczekiwać, czekać

 

Jak przydatne są słówka w tym artykule:

– niebieski oznacza że słówko występuje w codziennym użytkowaniu super często

– zielone oznacza że słówko występuje w codziennym użytkowaniu często

– żółte oznacza że słówko występuje w codziennym użytkowaniu rzadziej

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Musicians in Wroclaw defied the cold for the opening weekend as Cultural Capital of Europe 2016. They played jazz, classical and folk music in the open air.Music lovers stood alongside local homeless people around the coke stoves that had been set up for the open-air performances. The heated tent on one ofWroclaw‚s squares attracted a fairly large crowd .
Despite the cold, the people of Wroclaw were on fire those, at least, who were watching the Burning Islands acrobatics and fire dance spectacle. This was apromenade performance, moving between stages and different scenes on Slodowa ( Malt ) Island near the Old Town .

Kryzsztof Maj, the festival director for the European Year of Culture in Wroclaw, had some momentous words for the opening, describing the opportunity to bepromoted as Europe‚s cultural visiting card as the most important year in Wroclaw‚s post-war history. An ambitious program of more than one thousandevents awaits. The organizers hope it will attract twice the usual number of visitors to the city, thereby benefiting the region not only culturally buteconomically, too.