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1. Stary Browar (Atrium)
Shopping, Arts and Business Center "Stary Browar" - the center of commerce and art, built in November 2003, located in the center of Poznań, Poland at 42 Półwiejska Street. The center is a combination of retail space and an art gallery. The shopping center is adjacent to a Class A high-rise office complex. The total area of the center is around 130 000 m². The Old Brewery is home to around 210 stores and restaurants. The building was designed on the basis of a historic factory - the former Brewery Huggerów - by Studio ADS. The investor was Fortis, a company owned by Grazyna Kulczyk. Since 2015 it belongs to Deutsche Asset & Wealth Management, which current name is Deutsche Asset Management. The décor was designed by stage designer Ryszard Kaja. It is notable for preserving the original architecture and style.
2. Cyryl Ratajski
Cyril Ratasky Monument in Poznan, the prewar president of the city. It was unveiled on April 23, 2002 in front of Poznan Financial Center Building in Anders Square in the center of the city at 1 pm. By Cyril Lataski's granddaughter P. Sofia Ratajskie-Thaler and Presidents Richard Grobelny, Andrzej Wituski and Wojciech Szczny Kaczmarek. Archbishop Stanislav Godek's memorial sacrifice to John Kuchis. During the celebration, a commemorative album with the names of its sponsors was exhibited, and commemorative entries were made in the commemorative album by participants and invited guests. This book is stored in Poznan History Museum. Ahead of the main event, a memorial plaque on the wall of the IRS building was unveiled at 10 a.m. in Cyril Ratasky Square.
3. Zyga Latarnik
The Lighthouse's Zyga Monument is a bronze street sculpture on Poznan's levee, inside Lukasiewicz Square, near an ancient gas plant. Zyga means Poznan Sigmund. In this case, he is a completely fictional character. Created by Robert Sobocinski, the character was unveiled on May 29, 2003. The work, co-created by the Electoral newspaper and the Wielkopolska gas company, is titled "Save the Lantern," with the aim of preserving the city's real lanterns for future generations. The lanterns on the monument come from a beehive. Hedgehogs in Slovakia were completely renovated before being transferred.
The Pranger of Poznań is found near the north-east corner of the Town Hall, not far from the Prozerpina Fountain. It is an eight-sided, late-Gothic column, on the summit of which stands a statue of an executioner in a Crusader's outfit holding a raised sword. The current pranger is a copy made by Marcin Rożek in 1925. The original is in the Museum of History of Poznań in the town hall. The pranger was constructed in 1535, financed by fines extracted from workers who wore too-elaborate outfits. The pranger was used to exact punishment through flagellation or the removal of ears or fingers.
5. Stare Zoo
The Old Zoo in Poznań is one of the oldest zoological gardens in Poland, located in the city of Poznań, Greater Poland Voivodeship. It was founded in 1874 and was included on the register of objects of cultural heritage in 1978 as a unique example of a vivarium. The zoo started as a few animals kept by a restaurant owner in the early 1870s. It can thus be considered the oldest continuously operating Polish zoological garden. Together with the New Zoo in Poznań, which opened in 1974, it forms an integral part of the whole complex known as The Zoological Garden in Poznań.
6. Bazylika kolegiacka pw. Matki Bożej Nieustającej Pomocy, św. Marii Magdaleny i św. Stanisława Biskup
Poznań Fara, also known as the Parish Church or simply Fara, is a Roman Catholic basilica located in the heart of the Old Town district in Poznań, western Poland. It is one of the city's most recognizable landmarks, the most important Christian temple alongside the Cathedral and the finest example of Baroque architecture in Poland. The full name of the Church is Basilica of Our Lady of Perpetual Help, Mary Magdalene and Saint Stanislaus. It is currently part of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Poznań.
7. Muzeum Etnograficzne
Ethnographic Museum in Poznań - branch of the National Museum in Poznań, Ethnographic Museum. It is located in the building of the former Masonic Lodge at ul. Grobla 25. On June 26, 1821, the first concert of Karol Lipiński took place here. The current building was erected at the beginning of the 19th century. Was entered in the register of monuments under the entry number A019 on October 22, 1953.
8. Rozpoczęcie nauki w 1945
A monument on the street. Jarochowski is a twin-steeple monument located in Poznan, Lazarus, at the main entrance of the UL school complex. Jarochowski 1st Street. After the end of World War II, the first schools in Poland opened there. At present, there are Primary School No. 33, Comprehensive Middle School No. XXXIII with Physical Education and Youth Community Center No. 3 in the complex.
9. Fontanna Marsa
Mars Fountain is one of four fountains in Poznan Old Market, located northwest of Poznan Market. It was unveiled in 2005. The author of this sculpture is Raphael Nowak. As early as the 17th century, one of the four fountains in the square stood on this site, where it provided water for the inhabitants of Poznan until the end of the 19th century.
10. Pomnik ofiar katastrofy bombowca
Monument to the victims of the Air Catastrophe in Poznań - a monument commemorating the victims of the air disaster of June 10, 1952, taking place at the intersection of Strzelecka, Królowej Jadwiga and road Dębińska streets. The monument is located in the Tadeusz Mazowiecki Park in the center of Poznań.
11. Ławka Michała Sobeskiego
Michał Sobeski's bench in Poznań - monument bench commemorating prof. Michał Sobeski, one of the founders of the Piastowska University, current University of Adam Mickiewicz in Poznań. Located in the Campus of the Adam Mickiewicz University at ul. Augustine Szamarzewski on the gardens in Poznań.
12. Kościół pw. Najświętszej Maryi Panny Wspomożycielki Wiernych
Church Holy Virgin Mary Help of faithful also called from the former patron, Saint. Katarzyna Martyr, the Church of Catherine, or from the current guardians of the Salesian Church. It is located on the corner of Masztalarska and Wroniecka streets in Poznań. From 2017, the Lenten Station Church.
13. Ławka prof. Stanisława Kozierowskiego
Stanisław Kozierowski's bench in Poznań - a monument bench commemorating Fr. prof. Stanisław Kozierowski, one of the founders of the Piastowska University, current University of Adam Mickiewicz in Poznań. Located in front of the Collegium Maius building at ul. Aleksander Fredro in Poznań.
14. Kościół pw. św. Jana Jerozolimskiego za murami
The Church of Saint John of Jerusalem outside the walls is a Roman Catholic parish church in the city of Poznań in western Poland. The original church on this site was built at the end of the 11th century, making it one of the oldest churches within the present boundaries of Poznań.
15. Kościół pw. św. Rocha
16. Powstańcy Wielkopolscy
The Wielkopolski Uprising Monument in Poznan is a monument commemorating the Wielkopolski Uprising that broke out in Poznan on December 27, 1918. It is located at the junction of Willow Street and Queen Hedwig Street, on the edge of Isabella Park and Yarrogenev Drusky Park.
17. Stary Marych
Monument to Old Marych – a Poznań monument to the legendary, fictional character of Old Marych, created by Juliusz Kubel for the needs of the Poznań Polish Radio station. Radio dramas were read by Marian Pogasz and it is his face that has the monumental Old Marych.
18. Krzysztof Komeda-Trzciński
Monument to Krzysztof Komeda-Trzciński-monument to Krzysztof Komeda located in Poznań at ul. Przybyszewski, in front of the Congress and Dedactive Center of the Medical University. Komeda was a graduate of the Medical Academy in Poznań - an ENT specialist.
19. Pomnik ofiar Fortu VII (północny brzeg)
Poznan Rusalka VII Fort Victims Monument is a megalithic monument commemorating the victims of the 1940 Nazi murders, located in Poznan, Rusalka Lake, on the north shore, next to the narrow waterway Golacinsky Creek, near Rusalka parking lot and small meals.
20. Ławka Ignacego Łukasiewicza
The bench of Ignacy Łukasiewicz in Poznań - a street monument to the Polish chemist, pharmacist and inventor of the oil lamp - Ignacy Łukasiewicz, located in Poznań on Grobla, in front of the old city gas plant, on the Łukasiewicz square.
21. Pomnik poległych harcerzy
A Boy Scout monument on the street. Behind the castle is a monument commemorating the Boy Scouts who were killed and murdered in the old city of Poznan. Located on the northern edge of the castle, near the hive. Harvest horn behind the castle.
22. Maria Grzegorzewska
Maria Gregorzewska Monument-a monument to the professor. Dr. Maria Gregorzewska, founder of Special Education in Poland, is located in Poznan Street. Knight 43, Special School Team 103 in Karst Rano, the autonomous community south of Grunwald.
23. Kaponiera Kolejowa
The Kaporera railway is a stand-alone defensive facility at the Poznan fortress. It was built in 1872 to cover the railway line to Torun and Stagard. It is located under the exit road from Berlin Gate to the first railway station. Gamekeeper.
24. Kościół Matki Bożej Częstochowskiej
25. Kościół Najświętszej Maryi Panny Królowej Różańca
Church of the Queen of the Holy Rosary in Poznań – a temple belonging to the Dominican Order located in the center of Poznań at the corner of Libelta Street and Independence Avenue. Since 2017, the Lenten station church.
26. Park Gustawa Manitiusa
Gustaw Park Manitiusa - a park in Poznań, located within the auxiliary unit of the Grunwald Południe housing estate in Grunwald, at the intersection of Grunwaldzka and Reymonta streets, in former Evangelical cemeteries.
27. Park Izabeli i Jarogniewa Drwęskich
Izabela and Jarogniew Drwęski Park - a historic park in Poznań, located in the quarter of Królowej Jadwigi - Górna Wilda - Niedziałkowskiego - Topolowa - Wierzbięcice, in the area of the Auxiliary Unit Wilda estate.
28. Kościół pw. św. Franciszka Serafickiego
29. Izba Pamięci Jerzego Pertka
The Chamber of Remembrance of Jerzy Pertek - Biographical Museum dedicated to Maryni - Jerzy Pertek, formerly located in Poznań, at ul. A bend 12 in Ostroróg in the auxiliary unit of the Stary Grunwald housing estate.
30. Głaz prekursorów turystyki i krajoznawstwa
The Centennial Monument of the Polish Tourist Association is a monument in the form of a megalithic monument on Mount St. Wojciech in Poznan, near the entrance of Wielkopolan and near the Church of St. Poznan. Joseph.
31. Ławka prof. Heliodora Święcickiego
Heliodor Szocitsky Bench in Poznan is a street monument to the first president of a university. Adam Mickiewicz-Heliodor Szecitsky, in Poznan, in front of Unlegium Minus, in Ul. Henry Wieniawski, in Imperial District.
Stela Heinz Macka-an 18-meter outdoor sculpture, by Heinz Mack, located in the center of Poznań, in the axis of the central part of Aleja Marcinkowski, immediately in front of the old building of the National Museum.
33. Park Stare Koryto Warty
Old Warta River - a dry section of the old Warta Corridge, located in Poznań, between the bridge of St. Rocha, and the areas of the river port. The port of the port is the only fragment that still has water filling.
34. Park Jana Henryka Dąbrowskiego
Park Jan Henryk Dąbrowski - a park located in the center of Poznań, between ul. Ogrodowa in the north, ul. Ratajczaka in the west, back of ul. Półwiejska in the east and building of the old brewery in the south.
35. Muzeum Wiedzy o Środowisku
36. Kościół pw. Bożego Ciała
37. Muzeum Uzbrojenia
Armaments Museum in Poznań - a military museum, located in the Citadel Park occupying the remains of the Winiary Fort, branch of the Wielkopolska Museum of Independence at al. Poznań Army in Poznań.
38. Park Księdza Feliksa Michalskiego
Park pastor. Felix Michalski is a former estate park located in the Junikov area of Poznan near Grunwalzz Street and near the junction with Junikowska Street. There are brick springs in the park area.