Updated: Oct 2
A museum of the postwar history of Wroclaw and other areas that joined Poland after the second world war. The center is located in the old tram depot, which was destroyed during the war. Afterward, it was rebuilt by the poles as a bus station. In 1980, the depot workers started a strike as part of the birth of the Solidarity movement, which opposed the communist regime and fought for democracy. The major exhibition "Wroclaw 1945-2016" tells the story of the rebuilt city until nowadays. It's a unique and very recommended museum.