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Playing at the top level: Fala Park, Wolsztyn, Poland by PL. architekci.

Exterior perspective.If you have ever wanted to elevate your game of tennis this is your chance. Best of all, there is no need to practice, just turn-up!

PL. architekci have converted a former industrial site in the picturesque town of Wolsztyn, Poland to create a slightly unusual sports centre in Fala Park. The facility has a dramatic roof top tennis court that overlooks the old town. It is the only one of its kind in Poland, and if your game lets you down, the panoramic views certainly won't.

The centre hosts tennis of course, two squash courts, 4 bowling lanes, a climbing wall that extends the full height of the building, spinning, a gym, children's playground, mini-golf course and a café.

I did say the sports centre was unusual!

An entrance.

Roof top tennis court.

Cafe at night.

Night perspective.

Car park.

Carpark entrance.

Reception.

Stairs.

Cafe.

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