12 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 12 sights are available in Białystok, Poland.

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1. Kościół pw. Świętego Rocha

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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.

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2. Muzeum Motoryzacji i Techniki

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Muzeum Motoryzacji i Techniki
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Museum of Cars and Technology-A museum in Biavistok started by Motorcycle Retro, an association of used cars and technology enthusiasts. Its headquarters is a former military warehouse on the outskirts of the city center, in a military complex near UL. Coal. This area has antique car collectors' gold and conferences, dynamic displays and car shows and exhibitions.

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3. Pomnik Konstytucji 3 Maja

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Pomnik Konstytucji 3 Maja
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The May 3 Constitution Monument-the Obelisk, and the Green Monument in Bialymstoku, in the Vilvenziecki forest, commemorates Polish independence and is a symbol of Polish freedom-the May 3 Constitution. The monument is located in Constitution Park on May 3, between the Accent Zoo and the Honeycomb. Animals.

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4. Park Konstytucji 3 Maja

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Park Konstytucji 3 Maja - a modernist park in Bialystok created at the turn of the 1920s and 1930s according to the design of J. B. Rybołowicz. After World War II, the park was called "Park Zwierzyniec". The new name of the Park of the Constitution of May 3 was given in 2009. The park area is 16. 2 ha.

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5. 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.

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6. Kościół pw. Najświętszego Serca Jezusa

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PW Church. Church of the Sacred Heart of Jesus in Bialymstok-a Roman Catholic church on the street. Romualda Traugutta 25 is in Bialymstok, the seat of the parish. This church was built in the 19th century. Orthodox church where the Virgin Mary sleeps.

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7. Cerkiew pw. Świętej Eufrozyny Połockiej

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Church dedicated to St. Eufrozyna Połocka - Orthodox cemetery church in Bialystok. It belongs to the Cathedral parish of St. Mikołaj in Bialystok, in the deanery of the Białystok diocese of Białystok-Gdańsk Polish autocephalous Orthodox church.

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8. Krzyż-pomnik upamiętniający ocalenie miasta z katastrofy cystern z chlorem

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Krzyż-pomnik upamiętniający ocalenie miasta z katastrofy cystern z chlorem
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A railway disaster in Bialystok - a railway accident that took place on March 9, 1989, around 3:00 in Bialystok. The train transporting chlorine from the USSR to the GDR, as a result of the rail rupture, derailed around Poleska Street.

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9. Kościół św. Rocha

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Basilica Saint. Rocha in Bialystok - a Roman Catholic church founded as a monument to regaining independence, located on the Hill of St. Rocha in Bialystok, at the site of the chapel of St. Rocha and the Catholic cemetery from 1839.

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10. Cerkiew Świętego Ducha

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Holy Spirit Orthodox Church-the Orthodox Diocese of Biavistock. It belongs to Dekanatu Bialystok in the Biavistok-Gdansk parish of the Polish Orthodox Church. It is located in the high slope area of 13 Factory Street in Antoniuk.

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11. Ogród Zoologiczny Akcent

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Zoo accent in Bialystok - a zoo located in the 3rd hectares of May 3rd Park. It was opened in the 1960s. For many years, ZOOL was the administrator of ZIOL Miejska. The current manager is the animal shelter in Bialystok.

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12. Park Centralny

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Central Park - City Park in Bialystok with an area of 3.27 ha located in the city center, located within the following streets: Kiev, Sosnowa, K. Kalinowski, J. Mariański and the Student Independent Association Square.

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