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Powsin

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Skocznia w Parku Kultury:

K-Point: ca. 10 m
Further jumps: no
Plastic matting: no
Year of construction: ca. 1948
Operating until: ca. 1960
Status: destroyed
Coordinates: 52.114549, 21.094531 Google Maps OpenStreetMap

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History:

In 1948, in Powsin on the outskirts of Warsaw, on the grounds of the former "Country Club" golf club, the Ośrodek Wczasów Świątecznych was established ("Holiday Resort", from 1956 under the name Park Kultury, "Park of Culture"). In this holiday area, one of the objects for recreational sports was a small ski jump with a small wooden inrun tower. Already in the 1960s the structure fell into disrepair and the jump was no longer usable. In 1963, a competition was announced for the concept of a new development of the park area and one of the program assumptions was to build an 18-meter ski jumping hill with a steel structure. However, this idea was ultimately not implemented.

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