11 Sights in Łagów, Poland (with Map and Images)

Here you can find interesting sights in Łagów, Poland. Click on a marker on the map to view details about the sight. Underneath is an overview of the sights with images. A total of 11 sights are available in Łagów, Poland.

List of cities in Poland Sightseeing Tours in Łagów

1. Ratsapotheke

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Ratsapotheke, also known as Struve Pharmacy, is one of the most famous civic residences in the historic old town of Görlitz. This Renaissance building is located north of Untermarkt, on the corner leading to Peterstrasse. On the side facing the market square, there are two sundials in the house, belonging to Zacharias Scultetus, brother of Görlitz astronomer and mathematician Bartholomäus Scultetus. The house's Renaissance gables face Peter Strassen.

Wikipedia: Ratsapotheke (Görlitz) (DE)

2. Nikolaiturm

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Nikolaiturm Frank Vincentz / CC BY-SA 3.0

The 45m tall Nikolai Tower probably erected before 1250 is part of the historic fortification of Görlitz. It is located inside the inner part of Görlitz between the old town and the historic nikolai suburb (Nikolaivorstadt). Together with the Thick Tower and the Reichenbach Tower three of four fortified towers are still preserved in Görlitz.

Wikipedia: Nikolai Tower (Görlitz) (EN)

3. Neues Rathaus

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Neues Rathaus Photographer and uploader was Hajotthu at de.wikipedia / CC-BY-SA-3.0

Görlitz City Hall has been the seat of municipal authority, power and jurisdiction since 1350; In 1369, a document of Görlitz Council first proved that it was a city hall. Its gorgeous interior dates back to the Renaissance. It consists of several interconnected buildings on Untermarkt 6-8 and is today home to several offices.

Wikipedia: Görlitzer Rathaus#Neues Rathaus (DE)

4. Finstertor

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The Finstertor, also known as the Armesündertor, was part of the fortification of the Görlitz suburbs. It formed the northern entrance to Nikolaivorstadt, which was surrounded by a mud wall and fences. The pointed arched passage had a drop gate. The Finstertor is the only surviving gate of the fortification of the suburbs.

Wikipedia: Finstertor (DE)

5. Vierradenmühle Görlitz

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Vierradenmühle is one of three large flour mills in the city of Görlitz. But it was also used as a mill by cloth merchants and tanners. In its location, there is now a turbine house used to generate electricity and an inn with the name Vierradenmühle restored.

Wikipedia: Vierradenmühle (DE)

6. Waidhaus

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Waidhaus Frank Vincentz / CC BY-SA 3.0

The Woad House is the oldest secular building of Görlitz. During its rich history it served various purposes and underwent numerous alterations. The common name Woad House is based on the woad that was stored in this building in the 16th century.

Wikipedia: Woad House (Görlitz) (EN)

7. Cerkiew pw. Świętych Równych Apostołom Konstantyna i Heleny

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Cerkiew pw. Świętych Równych Apostołom Konstantyna i Heleny Ralf Lotys (Sicherlich) / CC BY 3.0

The Church of saints equal to the Apostles Constantine and Helena – an Orthodox parish church in Zgorzelec. He belongs to the Deanery of Lubin of the Wrocław-Szczecin Diocese of the Polish Autocephalous Orthodox Church. Temporary temple.

Wikipedia: Cerkiew Świętych Konstantyna i Heleny w Zgorzelcu (PL)

8. Brauner Hirsch

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Braune Hirsch is a baroque civic residence in the town of G ö rlitz in Upper Lusatia. The house on the corner is on the east side of Untermarkt, in Neissstraße, which continues in the direction of Altstadtbrücke on Lusatian Neisse.

Wikipedia: Brauner Hirsch (Görlitz) (DE)

9. Stadtkirche St. Peter und Paul

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The parish church of St. Peter and Paul in Görlitz, called St. Peter's Church for short, towers over the Neisse Valley and dominates the historic old town with its copper-roofed high roof and the pair of towers visible from afar.

Wikipedia: Pfarrkirche St. Peter und Paul (Görlitz) (DE)

10. Nikolaikirche

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Nikolaikirche is a blasphemous Gothic hall church in Görlitz, Germany's easternmost city. It is surrounded by Nikolaikirchhof and is used as an exhibition and memorial room. The owner is Evangelische Kulturstiftung Görlitz.

Wikipedia: Nikolaikirche (Görlitz) (DE)

11. Sonnenorgel

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Sonnenorgel Frank Vincentz / CC BY-SA 3.0

The solar organ of St. Peter's and Paul's Church in Guerlitz is a special feature. In the prospectus of 1703, there were 17 suns with organ pipes. The current plant was built by Mathis Orgelbau in 1997.

Wikipedia: Sonnenorgel (DE)

Disclaimer Please be aware of your surroundings and do not enter private property. We are not liable for any damages that occur during the tours.

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