- MOSiR Bystrzyca
- Aleje Zygmuntowskie 5, 20-101 Lublin
- GPS Data
- N51° 14' 18.6828" , E22° 33' 49.0896"
- 65,70 Grigorij Laguta
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Polski Związek Motorowy
Port Lotniczy Lublin
Distance: 13 km
Lublin is one of the oldest cities in Poland. It is located on the eastern part of the country, at the Lublin Upland and is called as the capitol of the Eastern Poland. On August 15th, 1317, Lublin got the town rights through the royal privilege from king Władysław Łokietek. Today, it's one of the biggest cities in Poland and its rich tradition through 7 centuries, makes it exceptional. Lublin is a magical place, attracting with its unique climate, rich architecture and beautiful monuments. It is also a city full of inspirations, where awareness of the history inspires the future. It is here, where the renowned, international art events, theatre and music festivals, presenting the modern art, are held. High level of the cultural offer is provided also by the theatres, galleries and students' clubs. Lublin's architecture is not only the Old Town and historic buildings, but also a sacred architecture. These buildings were made in many different style periods - from gothic to modern times. Next to the Cracow Gate, second famous architectural symbol of the city is the Lublin Castle. Its electing is credited to king Bolesław Chrobry.
World's best juniors started the run for gold in Lublin. Fans gathered at the stadium were looking forward to watch another good meeting this year. Ultimately, it was Gleb Chugunov, who conquered Lublin and became the leader of this year's series.