Suzhou Municipal Center of Public Culture

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2075, Renmin Road
苏州市人民路2075号
0512-67280798
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Built and put into use in September 2011, Suzhou Municipal Center of Public Culture is one of Suzhou’s key public cultural facilities and cultural landmark projects. It is a non-profit institutional organization affiliated with Suzhou Bureau of Culture, Broadcasting, Television, Press and Publication. It aims to provide public culture service featured with non-profit, fundamentality, equalization and convenience. Its main functions are to safeguard the people’s right to entertain themselves with basic culture and participate in public cultural activities, to provide the society with free cultural services.


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