19 Sights in Białystok, Poland (with Map and Images)

Here you can find interesting sights in Białystok, 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 19 sights are available in Białystok, Poland.

List of cities in Poland Sightseeing Tours in Białystok

1. Branicki Palace

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Branicki Palace is a historical edifice in Białystok, Poland. It was developed on the site of an earlier building in the first half of the 18th century by Jan Klemens Branicki, a wealthy Polish–Lithuanian Commonwealth hetman, into a residence suitable for a man whose ambition was to become king of Poland. The palace complex with gardens, pavilions, sculptures, outbuildings and other structures and the city with churches, city hall and monastery, all built almost at the same time according to French models was the reason why the city was known in the 18th century as Versailles de la Pologne and subsequently Versailles de la Podlachie.

Wikipedia: Branicki Palace, Białystok (EN)

2. Muzeum Historyczne

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The Historical Museum in Białystok is part of the Podlasie Museum. The institution has a rich collection of archives and iconography, illustrating the past of Białystok and Podlasie, as well as a number of monuments of bourgeois culture, especially in the field of applied craftsmanship. There is also a Numismatic Cabinet with a collection of 20,000 coins, medals and securities. The museum is in possession of the only collection of memorabilia related to the Tatar settlement on the Polish-Lithuanian-Belarusian border.

Wikipedia: Muzeum Historyczne w Białymstoku (PL)

3. Muzeum Rzeźby Alfonsa Karnego

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Museum of Alfons Criminal Sculpture - Biographical Museum of Alfons Criminal, located in the historic, wooden villa of General von Driesen in Bialystok. He gathers the work of a sculptor, documents the artist's artistic activity, organizes exhibitions of contemporary art in the field of painting, sculpture, graphics, photography and conducts educational activities, with particular emphasis on the needs of people with visual and hearing dysfunction and intellectual disabilities.

Wikipedia: Muzeum Rzeźby Alfonsa Karnego (PL)

4. Muzeum Wojska

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Army Museum in Białystok is a military museum located in Bialystok the capital of Podlaskie Voivodeship in north-eastern Poland. It is the largest of its kind in that region. First opened in 1968, since 1976 it has been operating as an independent museum unit with a macro-regional range. It is currently a self-governing cultural institution of the city of Białystok. As part of the Army Museum, until the end of 2016, there was a Branch, the Siberia Memorial Museum.

Wikipedia: Army Museum in Białystok (EN)

5. St. Roch's Church

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St. Roch Roman Catholic Church in Białystok, Poland was built between 1927 and 1946 in a modernistic style, designed by renowned Polish architect, professor Oskar Sosnowski. Its official name is Church-Monument of Poland's Regained Independence and it stands on the Saint Roch hill on Lipowa Street in Bialystok, in the spot where a Roman Catholic cemetery, founded in 1839, once stood. The cemetery was profaned by the Russians during the January Uprising.

Wikipedia: St. Roch's Church, Białystok (EN)

6. Park Stary im. Księcia Józefa Poniatowskiego

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Prince Józef Poniatowski Old Park – Białystok naturalistic park with modernist elements. Founded in the years 1895–1897 in the place of the former mill pond on the Biała River, which was part of the composition of the palace gardens with an area of 4.76 ha in Białystok, it was designed by Walerian Kronenberg in cooperation with Teodor Chrząński.

Wikipedia: Park Stary im. Księcia Józefa Poniatowskiego (PL)

7. Park Konstytucji 3 Maja

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Park Konstytucji 3 Maja – a modernist park in Białystok created at the turn of the 20s and 30s of the twentieth century according to the design of J. B. Rybołowicz. After World War II, the park was called "Zwierzyniec Park". The new name of the Constitution of May 3 park was given in 2009. The area of the park is 16. 2 ha.

Wikipedia: Park Konstytucji 3 Maja w Białymstoku (PL)

8. Pomnik młodego Ludwika Zamenhofa

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Monument commemorating young Ludwik Zamenhof – a monument in Białystok located at Ludwika Zamenhofa Street. It presents the young Ludwik Zamenhof, the creator of the Esperanto language born in Białystok, from the period in which he lived in the city. One of the two monuments of a doctor linguist, located in this city.

Wikipedia: Pomnik młodego Ludwika Zamenhofa (PL)

9. Ogród Zoologiczny Akcent

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Akcent ZOO in Białystok – a zoological garden located in the Constitution 3 May Park with an area of 3 hectares. It was opened in the 60s of the twentieth century. For many years, the zoo was administered by the company Zieleń Miejska. The current manager is the Animal Shelter in Bialystok.

Wikipedia: Akcent ZOO w Białymstoku (PL)

10. Cerkiew Świętego Ducha

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The Church of the Holy Spirit is an Orthodox parish church in Bialystok, Poland. It belongs to the deanery of Białystok of the diocese of Białystok-Gdańsk of the Polish Autocephalous Orthodox Church. It is located in the Wysokie Stoczek district, at Antoniuk Fabryczny 13 Street.

Wikipedia: Cerkiew Świętego Ducha w Białymstoku (PL)

11. St. Roch's Church

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pw Cathedral. St. Rocha of Bialymstok is a Roman Catholic church, located in St. Bialymstok, set up as a monument to independence, located in St. Bialymstok. Rocha is in Bialstock, at the original site of St. John's Church. Rocha and the Catholic cemetery in 1839.

Wikipedia: Kościół św. Rocha w Białymstoku (PL)

12. Kościół pw. Najświętszego Serca Jezusa

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Church of the Sacred Heart of Jesus in Białystok – Roman Catholic church at 25 Romualda Traugutta Street in Białystok, the seat of the parish. The church was erected in the nineteenth century as an Orthodox church of the Dormition of the Mother of God.

Wikipedia: Kościół Najświętszego Serca Pana Jezusa w Białymstoku (PL)

13. Pomnik prawosławnych mieszkańców Białostocczyzny zabitych i zaginionych w latach 1939–1956

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The Monument to World War II Orthodox victims in Białystok is a privately funded memorial commemorating the memory of 5,000 Orthodox Christians from the Białystok region who perished in World War II and during the postwar repressions in Stalinist Poland.

Wikipedia: Monument to World War II Orthodox victims, Białystok (EN)

14. Opera i Filharmonia Podlaska - Europejskie Centrum Sztuki

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Podlaska Opera and Orchestra in Białystok is a cultural institution in Białystok, capital of Podlaskie Voivodeship of Poland. It is the largest artistic institution in north-eastern Poland and the most modern cultural center in this part of Europe.

Wikipedia: Podlaska Opera and Orchestra (EN)

15. Park Centralny

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Central Park – a city park in Białystok with an area of 3.27 ha located in the city center, located within the streets: Kijowska, Sosnowa, K. Kalinowski, J. Mariańskiego and the square of the Independent Students' Association.

Wikipedia: Park Centralny w Białymstoku (PL)

16. Pomnik Żołnierzy 42 Pułku Piechoty

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Monument to the soldiers of the 42nd Infantry Regiment – a monument located in Białystok in the Constitution of 3 May Park, commemorating the fact of regaining independence by Poland and soldiers of the 42nd Infantry Regiment.

Wikipedia: Pomnik żołnierzy 42 PP w Białymstoku (PL)

17. Białostocki Teatr Lalek

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Bialystok Puppet Theatre , founded in 1953, is one of the oldest puppet theaters in Poland. Its repertoire consists mainly of puppetry-based adaptations of international literature, as well as children's entertainment.

Wikipedia: Białystok Puppet Theatre (EN)

18. Kaplica pw. Błogosławionej Bolesławy Marii Lament

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Sanctuary Bl. Bolesława Lament in Bialystok - the temple in Bialystok is one of the nine sanctuaries belonging to the Archdiocese of Bialystok. The sanctuary was erected on May 11, 1991 by Fr. Bishop Edward Kisiel.

Wikipedia: Sanktuarium bł. Bolesławy Lament w Białymstoku (PL)

19. Park Branickich

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Branicki Park – a baroque palace park in Białystok with an area of approx. 10.0 ha, located within Legionowa and Akademicka streets. It is an extension of the green areas of the city - Planty Park.

Wikipedia: Park Branickich w Białymstoku (PL)

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