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The Children's House is a renovated building in the new so-called q-Art, art quarter of the city of Rijeka, intended for public children's cultural and artistic events. The Children's House is programmatically embodied by the following city institutions: the , the , and the . It was created by repurposing the drying and tobacco storage facilities of the former industrial complex "Rikard Benčić", and opened in early 2021.

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  • The Children's House is a renovated building in the new so-called q-Art, art quarter of the city of Rijeka, intended for public children's cultural and artistic events. The Children's House is programmatically embodied by the following city institutions: the , the , and the . It was created by repurposing the drying and tobacco storage facilities of the former industrial complex "Rikard Benčić", and opened in early 2021. (en)
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  • The Children's House is a renovated building in the new so-called q-Art, art quarter of the city of Rijeka, intended for public children's cultural and artistic events. The Children's House is programmatically embodied by the following city institutions: the , the , and the . It was created by repurposing the drying and tobacco storage facilities of the former industrial complex "Rikard Benčić", and opened in early 2021. (en)
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  • Children's House, Rijeka (en)
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