A multi-purpose water tower | Debrecen landmark refurbished with EU funding

A multi-purpose water tower | Debrecen landmark refurbished with EU funding
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One of the Hungarian city of Debrecen’s signature buildings was restored to its former glory in 2015 thanks to EU investment. The refurbished Nagyerdő water tower now houses a multi-purpose cultural and adventure centre. The ground floor has been converted into a space for temporary exhibitions and concerts. It also features a bar and a 12-metre climbing wall with 5 routes. 34-metre-high observation deck Storage of 1,000 m3 of water A gallery, a café and a spritzer bar EU investment of over €1.5 million

EU contribution
€1 500 000
Project location
Hungary
Time frame
2014 to 2015

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