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Crowds at National Museum in Warsaw as COVID-19 curbs eased

10.02.2021 07:00
Record crowds have been flocking to the National Museum in Warsaw, its head has said after the venue reopened following a partial relaxation of coronavirus curbs in Poland.
Queue in front of the National Museum in Warsaw last week.
Queue in front of the National Museum in Warsaw last week. Photo: PAP/Radek Pietruszka

"There was a long line in front of the museum for the whole week, and each day brought new attendance records," Łukasz Gaweł said.

Sunday saw a record 2,165 visitors arriving at the museum, public broadcaster Polish Radio reported.

The venue’s new gallery of ancient art and a temporary exhibition of masterpieces of Polish 19th-century painting have proved particularly popular over the last week, according to Polish Radio.

Museums and art galleries across the country were allowed to reopen from February 1 amid signs of a let-up in the spread of the COVID-19 epidemic.

Meanwhile, restrictions on hotels, entertainment venues and outdoor sports areas including ski slopes are set to be partially lifted on February 12.

(pk/gs)

Source: IAR/Polish Radio