Ivy is known in Greece since Homer's time, when it was called «Dionysion», because it was dedicated to god Dionysus. The ancient Greeks crowned with ivy, statues of Dionysus, poets and drinkers, because they considered it a symbol of immortality and antidote for the hangover from the intoxication.
«Ivy» hall is on the ground floor of the ViewHall building and therefore easily accessible even by people with disabilities. It is the most high-ceilinged room of our multiplex, which makes it imposing, with a sense of nobility and luxury.
Due to its location, «Ivy» is suitable for events open to the public, such as trade shows and product announcements.