9 Sights in Mielec, Poland (with Map and Images)

Here you can find interesting sights in Mielec, 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 9 sights are available in Mielec, Poland.

List of cities in Poland Sightseeing Tours in Mielec

1. Kamienica Łojczykówka

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A townhouse on the street. Mickiewicza 2 in Lyczykovka Mielcu is a building in Podkarpacki, numbered A-986, dated 10 October 1991. It was built in 1904. It was designed by architect Leyko for Jan Loyczyk. The building is L-shaped, with the longer side adjacent to Adam Mickiewicz Street and the shorter side adjacent to Tadeusz Koschiuszka Street. The two-story townhouse is made of brick and mortar. It is covered with a double-sloping tin roof. Above the front door at the corner is a balcony with decorative metal forged railings. Above the balcony is a dome supported by an octagonal tambourine. This building has rich architectural features. It was taken apart, with Attica on the wall and a border on the window. The building has commercial functions, including sheriffs and police stations, as well as the Stadtverwaltung City Hall (Stadtverwaltung) during the German occupation. After the Second World War, it was home to the National Committee Presidium, the Women's Union and other bodies, including many shops and service facilities. In the 1980s, the townhouse, which was in danger of collapsing, was bought by City Hall from a family of pimps and renovated. It was refurbished between 2011 and 2012, and then allocated to the city public library. On March 9, 2022, a memorial plaque for the victims of Einsatz Reinhardt was unveiled outside the building.

Wikipedia: Kamienica przy ul. Mickiewicza 2 w Mielcu (PL)

2. Kamienica Dębickich

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The Denbicki apartment in Mielcu is a building located at 5 Mickiewicza Street. It was included in the Register of Permanent Memorial in Podkarpacki Province, numbered A-987, dated 4 August 1981. The townhouse was built from 1900 to 1901 for merchant Anthony Odbitsky on the original site of the wooden double-decker house that was destroyed by the Mieleca fire in 1900. The single-storey, brick townhouse is built on an L-shaped floor plan, covered with a double-sloping metal roof. The ground floor of Bonn is separated from the first floor by a special-shaped cornice. The facade of the brick floor is unplastered. The tiles between the attic windows are decorated with plant-themed plaster. The townhouse has a front door at the oblique angle and a balcony upstairs. Above the door of the balcony was written "1900 Fire," and a molten bucket hoop was embedded inside, with glass from the bottles caused by the fire. In the niche at the top of the corner, there is a bust of Tadeus Koshiuska, and below it is a white eagle wearing a crown. On the ground floor of the apartment building is Oak Bookstore. During World War II, townhouses were the contact point between the national army and gray scale. There were secret teaching and radio monitoring here, and they also found refuge for the "silent" here.

Wikipedia: Kamienica Dębickich w Mielcu (PL)

3. Ochotnicza Straż Pożarna w Mielcu

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The complex of buildings of the Volunteer Fire Brigade in Mielec – a complex of buildings located at 27 Kilińskiego Street. It is entered in the register of immovable monuments of the Podkarpackie Voivodeship under number A-364 of 17. 08. 2009. The complex consists of: watchtower, bowling alley and coach house. The watchtower was built in 1882. It is a wooden, one-storey, plastered building, built on a rectangular plan. It is covered with a gable sheet metal roof. It has a four-column portico with a triangular gable, on which there was a painting depicting Saint Florian putting out a fire and holding a flag in his hand. The watchtower was a place where various occasional meetings, balls, theatrical plays were staged. An amateur theater and a brass band operated here. It houses a Memorial Room. A wooden bowling alley was built in 1894. The brick coach house building, used as a garage, was built in 1921.

Wikipedia: Zespół budynków OSP w Mielcu (PL)

4. Sąd Rejonowy w Mielcu

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The building of the District Court in Mielec-a building located at Tadeusza Kościuszki Street. It was built at the end of the 19th century for the poviat court. After the liquidation of the poviats in 1975, the building became the seat of the District Court. The two -storey building built on the plan is brick and plastered. It has two projections: the rear covered with a gable roof and a front, five -axis covered with a three -hilly roof. Above the central part of the front break is a triangular fronton with a stylized eagle in the frame. The facade of the building is thirteen. The body of the building is covered with a hip roof. At the main entrance there is a plaque commemorating the freedom by the partisan troops of "Jędrusiów" and the Home Army on March 29, 1943. About 180 prisoners from prison at the court.

Wikipedia: Budynek Sądu Rejonowego w Mielcu (PL)

5. Budynek Rady Powiatowej w Mielcu

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The building of the District Council in Mielec – a building located at 10 Kościuszki Street. It is entered in the register of immovable monuments of the Podkarpackie Voivodeship under the number A-867 of 12.11.1979. It was built in 1909 in the eclectic style according to the design of the Lviv architect Jan Ostoja Stobiecki for the seat of the District Council. Currently, it houses the State Music School of I and II degree named after Mieczysław Karłowicz.

Wikipedia: Budynek Rady Powiatowej w Mielcu (PL)

6. Jadernówka

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The Museum of Photographic History "Jadernova" is a brick house built in Mielcu by photographer AugustJaderne from 1904 to 2006. Its predecessor and residence was the gathering place of local art circles during the 20th century war, and it was also the contact point of the resistance movement during the Nazi occupation. It is now a branch of the Mielc Regional Museum.

Wikipedia: Muzeum Historii Fotografii „Jadernówka” (PL)

7. Bazylika pw. Świętego Mateusza Apostoła i Ewangelisty

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St. Louis College Cathedral. Mielcu, the Apostle and Evangelist of Matthew, was a Baroque parish church in Mielcu in the late 17th and early 18th centuries and has been known as the Little Cathedral since 2006. From December 25, 2017, he became a collegiate bench, including a branch.

Wikipedia: Bazylika św. Mateusza Apostoła i Ewangelisty w Mielcu (PL)

8. Plebania

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Plebania Kroton / CC BY-SA 3.0

Plebania at ul. Bl. Father Romana Sitka 3 in Mielec-a building entered in the register of immovable monuments of the Podkarpackie Voivodeship under the number A-1056 from 14.12.2012. It is a brick, two -storey building from the turn of the 19th/XX. It houses a parish office.

Wikipedia: Plebania przy ul. bł. ks. Romana Sitki 3 w Mielcu (PL)

9. Muzeum Regionalne w Mielcu

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The Regional Museum of the Local Government Cultural Centre in Mielec – a museum located in Mielec, Poland. The institution is a municipal organizational unit, operating within the Local Government Cultural Center.

Wikipedia: Muzeum Regionalne w Mielcu (PL)

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