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Nasza stal buduje Twój świat.

Znajdziesz ją także w swoim samochodzie, w swojej pralce, lodówce i mikrofalówce.

Inwestujemy, by produkcja była bardziej przyjazna środowisku.

W ubiegłym roku w krakowskiej hucie za ponad pół miliarda złotych unowocześniliśmy nasze instalacje.

W hucie w Dąbrowie Górniczej za 700 mln złotych modernizujemy systemy odpylania w stalowni i spiekalni oraz elektrociepłownię.

W Zdzieszowicach uruchomiliśmy nowy wydział węglopochodnych za 200 mln złotych.

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Art and culture

Culture

The bay of the former electrogalvanizing plant became one of the most attractive event venues in Kraków. The 200 meters long, 36 meters wide and 13 meters high bay is a venue for cultural projects organized together with Kraków Festival Office. The plant may each time house 3.5 to 4 thousand people.

Sacrum Profanum Festival

Sacrum Profanum concerts have been held there since 2003. The festival combines classical and church ("sacrum") with modern and pop music presented in postindustrial scenery ("profanum"), and is one of the examples of a successful co-operation between ArcelorMittal Poland and Kraków Festival Office.

Festival audience had a chance to see Carl Orff's Carmina Burana, Requiem by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, directed by Maciej Sobociński, contemporary version of Romeo and Juliet, Carmen TV show based on the 19th century opera by Bizet, adapted by Jarosław Staniek, concerts of a German band Kraftwerk, and music from Iceland by mum and Jonsey, the frontman of Sigur Ros.

Film Music Festival

In May 2010 the electrogalvanizing plant hosted for the first time the Film Music Festival devoted this year to music composed for such spectacular Chinese productions as Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon and Hero.

The audience also had a chance to see the performance of Tan Dun, the composer of music for the aforementioned shows, Leszek Możdżer, Polish pianist and composer, Sinfonietta Cracovia, Pro Musica Mundi choir, and listen to music composed by Shigeru Umbayashi, Japanese composer of music to The House of Flying Daggers. Film music lovers watched The Lord of the Rings played on a 200 sq. meters screen, with music composed by Howard Shore performed live by an orchestra composed of 300 musicians.