8 Sights in Nysa, Poland (with Map and Images)

Here you can find interesting sights in Nysa, 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 8 sights are available in Nysa, Poland.

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1. Park Miejski

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Nysa City Park is a historic park covering 42 hectares on the right bank. Nysy, there will be riots between downtown and neighborhoods. To the south is the single-family building of Slovakia Street, and to the west is the plot garden on Basalt Avenue. It is bounded to the north by the Nysa Kldzka River and Canal, and to the east by the former moat and Swan Lake. The advantage of the park lies in its beautiful geographical location, many interesting corners and abundant animals and plants. It is modeled after British landscape architecture. The park divides the streets of Silesian rebels in two.

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2. Piękna Studnia

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A beautiful well in Nysa - One of the oldest city wells, called so because of the rich decoration. It stands near the market square, at the beginning of Wrocławska Street. It is a unique object on a national scale, considered a masterpiece of Baroque blacksmith art. It is also one of the most valuable and beautiful monuments of Nysa.

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3. Muzeum Powiatowe w Nysie

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The Bishop's Palace in Nisa-a magnificent building that used to be a mansion. Bishop of Wroclaw in Nisa, as the capital of the principality under their rule. A representative city palace among the best baroque buildings in Silesia. It is currently home to the Nisa County Museum.

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4. Dwór Biskupi

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The episcopal court in Nysa - a historic building, which is the largest of the preserved elements of the now defunct Nysa castle of Wrocław bishops. It is located next to the episcopal palace, with which he was in the past connected by a porch running above the street and moat.

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5. Kościół pw. Świętego Jakuba i Świętej Agnieszki

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The Basilica of St. James and St. Agnes is a Catholic Church parish church and basilica minor in the New Town area of Nysa, Opole Voivodeship, Poland. Built in the Late Middle Ages, it was the historically the cultural centre of the town and Nysa's largest sacramental building.

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6. Kościół Zwiastowania NMP

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The church of the Annunciation of the Blessed Virgin Mary in Nysa - a small branch church of the parish of St. Jakub, formerly belonging to the Jesuits. The church is located in Nysa at Customs Street near the intersection with Moniuszki Street.

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7. Fontanna Trytona

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The crown handle of a shell-shaped goblet, on which stood the figure of a kneeling mermaid, depicted as half man and half fish, with his arms raised high, playing on the shell. It is a Baroque symbol of peace and harmony.

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8. Skarbiec św. Jakuba

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Skarbiec św. Jakuba Miechkot / Public domain

Treasury of St. Jakub in Nysa - exhibition gallery of works of sacred art, incl. liturgical vessels, sculptures, candlesticks, who have been in the possession of the parish of St. Jakub in Nysa. It was opened in 2005.

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