71 Sights in Poznań, Poland (with Map and Images)
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1. Kościół pw. Najświętszego Zbawiciela
The church of the Holy Savior - a historic temple at ul. Fredry 11 in the imperial district in Poznań, erected in the years 1866–1869 in the neo -Gothic style according to the design of August Stüler and the detailed plans of Juliusz Hochberger for the Evangelical parish. The founder was Fryderyk Wilhelm IV, who allocated over 56,000 thalers for this purpose. Initially, the church was named after Saint. Paweł, but after the Catholics were seized in 1945, the call was changed to the present. In 1950, Archbishop Walenty Dymek erected a new parish here. Renovation after war damage was only ended in 1964.
Wikipedia: Kościół Najświętszego Zbawiciela w Poznaniu (PL), Website
2. Nowe Zoo
The new zoo in Poznań - the second in terms of the area of the zoo in Poland, founded in 1974 in Biała Góra Eastern Klina Zielenie Poznań, in the SIM Malta area unit. It covers an area of 120.68 ha located on a hilly forest area with six extensive ponds with a total area of over 13 ha, constituting a natural habitat of domestic fauna. The new zoo is famous for its collection of birds of prey and owls, which belongs to one of the richest in Europe.
3. Park Jurija Gagarina
Yuri Gagarin Park in Poznań is a park located in Poznań in the Pod Lipami housing estate in the area of the auxiliary unit Osiedle Nowe Winogrady Południe in Winogrady. It has an elongated shape on the east-west axis, occupying a small valley perpendicular to the Warta, along Serbska Street, from Rondo Solidarności to Naramowicka Street. It commemorates the Soviet cosmonaut Yuri Gagarin, referring to the Cosmonaut Settlement located to the north.
4. Muzeum Etnograficzne
The Ethnographic Museum in Poznań – a branch of the National Museum in Poznań, an ethnographic museum. It is located in the building of the former Masonic lodge at 25 Grobla Street. On June 26, 1821, the first concert of Karol Lipiński took place here. The present building was erected at the beginning of the nineteenth century. It was entered into the register of monuments under entry number A019 on October 22, 1953.
5. The Holy Blood of Lord Jesus Church
The Church of the Holy Blood of Jesus in Poznań - a historic rector church located in a former tenement house at 34 Jewish Street in Poznań, on the corner with Kramarska Street. The temple has the status of the Sanctuary of the Lord, together with the churches of the Sacred Heart of Jesus and the Mother of God and Corpus Christi, the Poznań Eucharistic Route forms. Since 2017, it has been a Lenten Station Church.
Wikipedia: Kościół Najświętszej Krwi Pana Jezusa w Poznaniu (PL), Website
6. Rozpoczęcie nauki w 1945
Monument at ul. Jarochowskiego - a monument in the form of a two -part obelisk, located in Poznań, in Lazarus at the main entrance to the school building complex at ul. Jarochowskiego 1 / ul. Wyspiański 27, in which the first Polish school after the end of World War II was launched. Currently, the complex houses Primary School No. 33, XXXIII High School with sports departments and the Youth Culture Center No. 3.
7. Fontanna Apolla
Apollo Fountain-one of four fountains in the Old Market Square in Poznań, on its south-eastern side at the mouth of Świętosławska and Wodna Street. She was set up in 2002. The creator of the fountain is Marian Konieczny. Already in the 17th century, one of four fountains standing on the market stood here, where until the end of the 19th century it supplied the inhabitants of Poznań with water.
8. Kazimierz Nowakowski
Kazimierz Nowakowski's boulder - a commemorative boulder worshiping the memory of prof. Kazimierz Bonawentura Nowakowski, located in Poznań, in his name, in the immediate vicinity of the roundabout of Jan Nowak-Jeziorański in Grunwald, at the administrative housing estate of St. Lazarus. The background consists of, among others Buildings of the Cultural estate from the late 1920s.
9. Pomnik Wojciecha Szczęsnego Kaczmarka
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.
Wikipedia: Pomnik Wojciecha Szczęsnego Kaczmarka w Poznaniu (PL)
10. Fontanna Marsa
Mars Fountain-one of four fountains in the Old Market Square in Poznań, stands on the northwestern side of the Poznań market. It was unveiled in 2005. The author of the sculpture is Rafał Nowak. Already in the 17th century, one of four fountains standing on the market stood here, where until the end of the 19th century it supplied the inhabitants of Poznań with water.
11. Pomnik ofiar Fortu VII (północny brzeg)
Monument to the victims of Fort VII on the Rusalka River in Poznań – a monument in the form of a memorial stone with an inscription, commemorating the victims of the Nazi murders of 1940, located in Poznań, on Lake Rusałka, on the northern shore, directly on the narrow watercourse – the Golęciński Stream, near the Rusałka car park and small gastronomic points.
Wikipedia: Pomnik ofiar Fortu VII nad Rusałką w Poznaniu (północny brzeg) (PL)
12. Muzeum Armii „Poznań”
The Poznań Army Museum - Branch of the Greater Poland Independence Museum located in the Citadel Park in Poznań. Military, photographs and documents are presented here. In the period from May 2010 to October 2013, the museum building was closed due to its terrible technical condition. Since October 2, 2013, the museum has been functioning normally.
13. Pomnik Armii Poznań
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.
14. Kościół Najświętszego Serca Jezusa i Matki Bożej Pocieszenia (jezuici)
Church of the Sacred Heart of Jesus and Our Lady of Consolation. The Sanctuary of Our Lady of the Rosary at 18 Szewska Street in Poznań – the oldest, still existing, church of the left-bank city. The church is part of the monuments and attractions of the tourist route of the Royal-Imperial Route. Since 2018, the Lenten station church.
Wikipedia: Kościół Najświętszego Serca Jezusowego i Matki Boskiej Pocieszenia w Poznaniu (PL), Website
15. Hala Betonowa
Hala Betonowa – a building located within the boundaries of Wilson Park on Łazarz Street in Poznań. The former exhibition pavilion of the East German Exhibition of Industry, Crafts and Agriculture organized in 1911 in the city of Poznań. The hall was entered into the register of monuments under no. A 320 on September 17, 1991.
16. Kopiec Wolności
Mound of Freedom - a mound located in Poznań, on the right bank of Warta in the Malta district, at the Harto Administrative Estate; Originally built to celebrate the victorious Greater Poland Uprising and joining the region to independent Poland. The rebuilt is to symbolize broadly understood freedom as the greatest value of man.
17. Kaplica ewangelicko-augsburska
Evangelical-Augsburg Chapel in Poznań – a former neo-Gothic cemetery chapel, after World War II for many years serving as a temple of the Evangelical-Augsburg parish in Poznań. It is located at 48 Grunwaldzka Street, in the auxiliary unit Osiedle Grunwald Południe, in the Grunwald district, in Manitius Park.
Wikipedia: Kaplica ewangelicko-augsburska w Poznaniu (PL), Website
18. Ogród Dendrologiczny Uniwersytetu Przyrodniczego
The dendrological garden of the Poznań University of Life Sciences - Arboretum belonging to the University of Life Sciences in Poznań, located in the part of Golęcin - Niestachów, in the Golęciński Laszek, right next to its border with Sołacz. The designers were: Władysław Marciniec and Rudolf Boettner.
Wikipedia: Ogród Dendrologiczny Uniwersytetu Przyrodniczego w Poznaniu (PL)
19. Pomnik poległych wielkopolskich harcerzy
The Monument to the Scouts in Malta in Poznań – a monument commemorating the scouts of Greater Poland killed in the fight for independence in the years 1918–1920, primarily in the Greater Poland Uprising of 1918–1919. Located in the eastern part of the so-called "Scout Glade" in Malta in Poznań.
20. Park Jana Pawła II
John Paul II Park in Poznań - a park located in Poznań, in the Dębiński Łęga, in the area of the Auxiliary Unit Wilda, between Dolna Wilda streets and Dębińska. It occupies part of the Dębiński Łęgów area. It is one of the popular holiday and recreational areas of densely built -in Wilda.
21. 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.
22. Park Cytadela
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.
23. 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 Katarzynek, 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.
Wikipedia: Kościół Najświętszej Marii Panny Wspomożycielki Wiernych w Poznaniu (PL)
24. Ogród Botaniczny Uniwersytetu im. Adama Mickiewicza
The Botanical Garden of the Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań is a scientific and educational institution of the Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań, located in the Ogrody district, which also serves as a public park. Originally, the botanical garden in Poznań was today's Wilson Park.
Wikipedia: Ogród Botaniczny Uniwersytetu im. Adama Mickiewicza w Poznaniu (PL), Website
25. Kaponiera Kolejowa
Kaponiera Kolejowa - an independent fortification facility included in the Poznań Fortress. It was built in 1872 to cover the fire of railway lines leading towards Toruń and Stargard. Located under the exit road running from the Berlin Gate towards the first railway station at ul. Gajowa.
26. 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.
Wikipedia: Church of Saint John of Jerusalem outside the walls (EN)
27. Kościół pw. św. Rocha
St. Rocha in Poznań - a Roman Catholic church located in Poznań on the right bank of the Warta in a part of the city called Saint Roch, between St. Rocha, Serafitek and Kórnicka. It serves as a parish church for the parish under the same call. Lent station church from 2017.
28. Prof. Józef Rivoli
Józef Rivoli Monument – a monument to the doyen of Polish forestry and one of the organizers of the University of Poznań – Józef Rivoli, located in Poznań, at the Cieszkowski College, belonging to the University of Life Sciences – Wojska Polskiego Street (Golęcin).
29. Dom modlitwy gminy żydowskiej
Tenement house of the Board of the Jewish Commune in Poznań - a tenement house located in the northern part of the Old Town in Poznań, on the corner of Stawna 10 and Szewska 10 streets, located in the interwar period and since 2003 the authorities of the Poznań Kahal.
Wikipedia: Kamienica zarządu gminy żydowskiej w Poznaniu (PL)
30. Dzwon Pokoju i Przyjaźni Między Narodami
The Bell of Peace and Friendship between Nations is a monument located in Poznań at the Citadel. The bell was cast in the foundry workshop of Saturnin Skubiszyński's artistic craft in Poznań at 39 Przełęcz Street. It was the third bell of peace in the world.
31. Park Izabeli i Jarogniewa Drwęskich
Izabela and Jarogniew Drwęski Park is a historic park in Poznań, Poland, located in the quarter of the following streets: Królowej Jadwigi – Górna Wilda – Niedziałkowskiego – Topolowa – Wierzbięcice, in the area of the auxiliary unit Osiedle Wilda.
Wikipedia: Park Izabeli i Jarogniewa Drwęskich w Poznaniu (PL)
32. Głaz prekursorów turystyki i krajoznawstwa
Monument to the century of the Polish Society of Sightseeing - a monument in the form of an erratic boulder, located on the Hill of Saint Wojciech in Poznań, near the entrance to the cemetery of distinguished Wielkopolans and near the church of St. Józef.
Wikipedia: Pomnik stulecia Polskiego Towarzystwa Krajoznawczego w Poznaniu (PL)
33. Kościół pw. Świętej Trójcy
The Church of the Holy Trinity in Poznań - the Roman Catholic Church located in Dębiec in Poznań, at the intersection of two main streets - Czechoslovaka and June 28, 1956, near the Poznań railway station Poznań Dębiec. Lent station church from 2017.
34. Pomnik poległych harcerzy
The Scout Monument on Bonin – a monument in the form of an obelisk and an accompanying horizontal block, located in Poznań, in Bonin, in the administrative estate of Winiary, at the scout at 3 Widna Street, in the educational complex from 1929.
35. Franciszek Jaśkowiak
Franciszek Jaśkowiak's Boulder – a natural monument, a historic granitogneiss erratic boulder located at Meteorytowa Street, in Morasku in Poznań in the immediate vicinity of the Morasko Meteorite nature reserve and the historic linden alley.
Wikipedia: Głaz Franciszka Jaśkowiaka w Poznaniu (PL), Website
36. Mieszkanie-Pracownia Kazimiery Iłłakowiczówny
Kazimiera Iłłakowiczówna's Apartment-Studio – a museum dedicated to Kazimierza Iłłakowiczówna, located in apartment No. 8 at 4 Gajowa Street in Poznań's Jeżyce district, in the apartment occupied by the poet from 1948 until her death.
Wikipedia: Mieszkanie-Pracownia Kazimiery Iłłakowiczówny (PL), Website
37. Pomnik ofiar Fortu VII (południowy brzeg)
Monument to the victims of Fort VII on the Rusalka River in Poznań – an obelisk commemorating the victims of the Nazi murders of 1940, located in Poznań, on Lake Rusałka, on the southern shore, about 20 meters south of the walking route.
Wikipedia: Pomnik ofiar Fortu VII nad Rusałką w Poznaniu (południowy brzeg) (PL)
38. Jurij Gagarin
Yuri Gagarin Monument – a monument in the form of a modernist obelisk, located in the Yuri Gagarin Park located in the Pod Lipami housing estate, administratively belonging to the auxiliary unit Osiedle Nowe Winogrady Południe in Poznań.
39. Fontanna Neptuna
Neptune Fountain – one of the four fountains in the Old Market Square in Poznań, standing on its south-western side at the mouth of Paderewskiego and Szkolna Streets. The fountain was designed by Marcin Sobczak. It was unveiled in 2004.
40. Muzeum Wiedzy o Środowisku
The Museum of Environmental Knowledge in Poznań – a unit of the Institute of Agricultural and Forest Environment of the Polish Academy of Sciences in Poznań, located at 19 Bukowska Street. Entrance from the Old Zoo. Admission is free.
41. Piotr Majchrzak
Piotr Majchrzak's boulder - a commemorative boulder worshiping the student's technical school - Piotr Majchrzak, murdered by ZOMO in 1982, located in Poznań, directly at the church of the Holy Savior at ul. Fredry 11 in the city center.
42. Kościół pw. św. Wojciecha
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.
43. Kościół Najświętszej Maryi Panny Królowej Różańca
The 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 Aleja Niepodległości. Since 2017, the Lenten station church.
Wikipedia: Kościół Najświętszej Maryi Panny Królowej Różańca Świętego w Poznaniu (PL)
44. Park Szelągowski
Park Szelągowski - a historic park, located in Poznań, in Szeląg, on the Warta Valley slope, north of the city center. This park is adjacent to the green areas of the Citadel. It is a fragment of the northern wedge of greenery.
45. Wojewódzki Urząd Ochrony Zabytków
The tenement house at 2 Gołębia Street is a tenement house in the Old Town of Poznań, at Gołębia Street, built in the fourteenth century and rebuilt in 1990. The seat of the Wielkopolska Provincial Conservator of Monuments.
46. Floating fountain commemorating the 750 anniversary of granting town privileges to Poznań
Fountain in Malta - the largest floating fountain installation in Poland, located on the Poznań Malta Lake, in its western part, near the Maltanka Park Railway station. It is one of the elements of the holiday complex in Malta.
47. 600-lecie bitwy pod Grunwaldem
Monument to the 600th anniversary of the Battle of Grunwald – a monument located in Poznań, in the area of the auxiliary unit Osiedle Piątkowo, in Piątków, within the boundaries of Władysław Jagiełło's housing estate.
Wikipedia: Pomnik 600-lecia bitwy pod Grunwaldem w Poznaniu (PL)
48. Ks. Augustyn Szamarzewski
Monument to Father Augustyn Szamarzewski (1832-1891)-commemorating one of the main organizers of organic work in Greater Poland, located in Poznań at ul. Szamarzewskiego 3, in the church of the Exaltation of the Holy Cross.
49. Pomnik poległych harcerzy
Scout Monument at Za Cytadelą Street – a monument commemorating the fallen and murdered scouts from the Old Town in Poznań. Located on the northern edge of the Citadel, at Za Cytadelą street at the corner of Żniwna.
Wikipedia: Pomnik Harcerski przy ul. Za Cytadelą w Poznaniu (PL)
50. Kościół pw. św. Franciszka Serafickiego
St. Franciszek Seraficki in Poznań, usually called the Bernardine Church - the baroque church and the adjacent monastery are located at ul. Garbary 22 opposite Bernardyński Square. From 2017, the Lenten Station Church.
Wikipedia: Kościół św. Franciszka Serafickiego w Poznaniu (PL), Website
51. Kościół pw. Wszystkich Świętych
All Saints' Church in Poznań - located on the property of ul. Grobla 1 was erected in the years 1777–1783 according to the design and under the direction of Antoni Höhne as the Evangelical church of the Holy Cross.
Wikipedia: Kościół Wszystkich Świętych w Poznaniu (PL), Website
52. Pomnik ofiar Fortu VII (wschodni brzeg)
Monument to the victims of Fort VII nad Rusałką in Poznań – a monument commemorating the victims of the German murders of 1940, located in Poznań, on Lake Rusałka, about 100 meters from the eastern shore (lock).
Wikipedia: Pomnik ofiar Fortu VII nad Rusałką w Poznaniu (wschodni brzeg) (PL)
53. Poznańska Pyra
Monument to Pyra - a monument in the form of an erratic boulder, a potato -like shape, placed in the central part of the John Paul II park in the Dębiński River, in the auxiliary unit of the Wilda estate in Poznań.
54. Gazownia Miejska
Gasworks at ul. The dyke in Poznań, also called the plants of strength, light and water - the closed city gas in Poznań located on the former worthy island of the Grobel. The first construction works began in 1853.
55. 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.
56. Muzeum Bambrów Poznańskich
The Poznań Bambrów Museum is a museum devoted to the culture and history of Poznań Bambrów, located in Poznań, in the building at Mostowa na Grobli Street, in the immediate vicinity of the Ethnographic Museum.
57. Paweł Edmund Strzelecki
Monument of Paweł Edmund Strzelecki – a monument in the form of an obelisk, located in Poznań, in Głuszyn, in front of the entrance to Primary School No. 53, which bears the name of the patron of the monument.
Wikipedia: Pomnik Pawła Edmunda Strzeleckiego w Poznaniu (PL)
58. Fontanna Felderhoffa
Felderhoff Fountain – a fountain located in Poznań within Maciejewski Park, in the vicinity of the intersection of Niepodległości Avenue and Święty Marcin Street, currently forming part of Forum Academicum.
59. Cmentarz Jeżycki
Jerzicki Cemetery is a historic cemetery in Poznan, located in the garden at the junction of Novina Street and Hospital Street. The cemetery has been administered by the Good Shepherd of Christ parish since 1995.
60. Studnia Higiei
Fountain of Hygiene in Poznań – a monument with an artificial spring in the center of Poznań in the local government housing estate of the Old Town, on Wolności Square, in front of the Raczyński Library.
61. Park Władysława Czarneckiego
Władysław Czarnecki Park in Poznań – a park located in Poznań's Winogrady, in the area of Osiedle Przyjaźni, in the immediate vicinity of the Połabska tram terminus, partly along Aleje Solidarności.
62. Kard. August Hlond
August Hlond Monument – a monument of Cardinal August Hlond, located in Poznań, on Ostrów Tumski, directly in front of the building of the Seminary for the Polish Diaspora Abroad at Lubrańskiego Street.
63. Muzeum Uzbrojenia
The Armament Museum in Poznań is a military museum located in the Citadel Park occupying the remains of Fort Winiary, a branch of the Wielkopolska Museum of Independence at Armii Poznań Avenue in Poznań.
64. Stara Rzeźnia
Slaughterhouse in Garbarach in Poznań - a former Municipal Shoening Factory erected in 1897–1900 in Poznań in Garbarach, entered in the register of immovable monuments of the Greater Poland Voivodeship.
65. Kościół Matki Bożej Częstochowskiej
The Church of Our Lady of Czestochowa in Poznań is a Roman Catholic parish church located in Poznań, Poland, in Naramowice, Poland, at 156 Naramowicka Street. It belongs to the Poznań-Piątkowo Deanery.
Wikipedia: Kościół Matki Boskiej Częstochowskiej w Poznaniu (PL), Website
66. John of Nepomuk statue
St. John of Nepomuk in the Old Market Square - figure of St. John of Nepomucena located in the Old Market Square in Poznań, on the axis of ul. Quadro, running through the block of intra -relief buildings.
67. Kościół pw. Najświętszego Serca Jezusa i św. Floriana
Church of the Sacred Heart of Jesus and St. Florian in Poznań – a parish church referring to the neo-Romanesque style, located in Jeżyce at 3 Kościelna Street. Since 2017, the Lenten station church.
Wikipedia: Kościół Najświętszego Serca Jezusa i św. Floriana w Poznaniu (PL), Website
68. Kościół pw. Świętego Krzyża
Church of the Holy Cross in Poznań – a neo-Gothic temple of the Evangelical-Methodist Church, located in the city center at 6 Ogrodowa Street, on the north-eastern edge of Jan Henryk Dąbrowski Park.
Wikipedia: Kościół Świętego Krzyża w Poznaniu (metodystyczny) (PL)
69. Kościół pw. Matki Boskiej Królowej Korony Polskiej
Church of Our Lady of the Queen of the Polish Crown - a Catholic parish temple, located on Krzesiny in Poznań at ul. Jarosławska 5. The architecture of the facility is based on North -onian patterns.
Wikipedia: Kościół Matki Boskiej Królowej Korony Polskiej w Poznaniu (PL), Website
70. Woodrow Wilson
Monument to Woodrow Wilson in Poznań - a monument depicting the figure of the 28th US president - Thomas Woodrow Wilson, located in the Wilson Park in Poznań at the main entrance from ul. Głogowska.
71. Kościół pw. św. Anny
Church of St. Anne – a neo-Gothic temple on the plan of a Greek cross located in Poznań's Łazarz district at the corner of Matejki and Limanowskiego Streets. Since 2017, the Lenten station church.
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