7 Sights in Bogucin, Poland (with Map and Images)

Here you can find interesting sights in Bogucin, 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 7 sights are available in Bogucin, Poland.

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1. Brama Poznania ICHOT

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The Gate of Poznań ICHOT, earlier ICHOT - a cultural institution in Poznań, dealing with the presentation, interpretation and promotion of the history and heritage of Ostrów Tumski in Poznań. It is located in a complex of facilities located in the oldest part of the city, on Śródka and Ostrów Tumski near the Jordan Bridge, on the shore of Cybina. The complex consists of a modern main building and a restored cathedral lock, connected by a footbridge, connected over Cybina. The Gate of Poznań ICHOT is run by the Poznań Heritage Center - the local government cultural institution of the city of Poznań, and is its headquarters.

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2. Kościół pw. św. Józefa

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St. Peter's Basilica. The Carmel Barefoot Monastery of Joseph and Poznan is a Baroque temple in Poznan. Wojciech, on the holy mountain. Wojciecha, in St. Wojciech. This is the first in Poland dedicated to the holy. Joseph and St. Yue Se, the bridegroom of the Virgin Mary, and the Saints Worship Center in the Archdiocese of Poznan. In 2017, Pope Francis elevated the church to the title and dignity of a chapel. From 2017, Lent Station Church.

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3. Pomnik Wojciecha Szczęsnego Kaczmarka

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Monument to Wojciech Szczęsny Kaczmarek-a monument commemorating the figure of Wojciech Szczęsny Kaczmarek, President of Poznań in 1990-1998, Polish Consul in Paris (2000-2003), one of the co-creators of the revival of the Polish municipal self-government. The facility is located in Poznań, in the cemetery of distinguished Wielkopolans, in its central part, on the slope.

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4. Pomnik Armii Poznań

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Monument to the "Poznań" army - a monument in honor of the heroes of the "Poznań" army, unveiled in Poznań on September 1, 1982 on the 43rd anniversary of the outbreak of World War II. Located on the Hill of Saint Wojciech, between Kutrzeby streets, Prince Józef and Aleja Niepodległości, in the eastern part of the former Independence Square.

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5. Park Cytadela

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Park Cytadela in Poznań is a large park on the site of Fort Winiary, a 19th-century fortified area north of the city centre. It contains a military museum, military cemeteries, and the remains of some of the fortifications. It lies within the Stare Miasto district of the city, south of Winogrady.

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6. Kościół pw. św. Wojciecha

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The Church of St. Adalbert or the Church of St. Wojciech in Poznań, Poland, was constructed in the 15th century. It was the one of only two Polish churches under the Nazis (1939–1944). The church has a 16th-century wooden belfry.

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7. Młyn wodny w Bogucinie

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The Bogucina Water Mill is a historic water mill located at the Bogucin Fishing Ground on Ul. Boguchina's green. This mill was probably built in the early 19th century. Later, it was rebuilt-with higher floors added.

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