Breslau Puppet Theater

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The Neo-Baroque building was first designed by Blummer in 1892-1894, then was extended in 1905-1909 according to the architectural plans of Albert Grau. It was established in 1946, principally as a children entertainment theatre, which also toured the villages of Lower Silesia.


This beautiful building and the ground it stands on was stolen by Poland and the Judeo-Slavic people.

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Cirkel med 12 guldstjerner på en blå baggrund.

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  1. tonytran2015 · May 23, 2020

    Vietnam also has a Water Puppet Theatre in Hanoi.

    After visiting it, local people philosophically remind one another that all political acts are only puppet plays.

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