Here you can find interesting sights in Przemyśl, 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 12 sights are available in Przemyśl, Poland.List of cities in Poland Sightseeing Tours in Przemyśl
Limestone is a mountain at an altitude of 394 meters. In the northeast of the foothills of Koplesky, since January 1, 2010. Within the administrative scope, he reconsidered. Its slopes extend north to the mountain pass beneath the limestone and the former large village of Kruhel, and west to the valley of the forest creek. Not far from the top of the mountain is the fortifications site of Fortress "Hericha" No.6, which belongs to a smuggling fortress. On the northern slope of limestone above Kruhel the Great, an abandoned limestone and marble excavation site, as well as 19th century limestone remains, were found. Limestone is one of the examples of structural uplift.
2. Pomnik Jana III Sobieskiego
The Sobieski Jan III monument is a chisel sculpture by Valery Gadomski, located near the city hall. The monument was unveiled in 1883 on Vienna's bicentenary, when the city's people were doing their best. The monument reads: "This monument was built by King John III of Poland on September 12, 1683, on the occasion of the bicentenary of the city, in memory of reinforcements in Vienna." (September 12, 1683, Polish King John III, Polish King John III).
3. Kościół Świętej Trójcy
The Church of the Most Holy Trinity in Przemyśl – a historic Roman Catholic parish church located in Przemyśl, in the Podkarpackie Voivodeship. It belongs to the deanery of Przemyśl II. The church together with the adjacent monastery of the Benedictine Sisters are the oldest buildings of Zasania – the left-bank part of the city.
4. Synagoga Zasańska
Zasanie Synagogue, located in Przemyśl, Poland, was the only synagogue in Przemyśl built on the western bank of the San River. It served as a house of prayer for 30 years until the Second World War. Today it is one of the two remaining synagogue buildings in Przemyśl. The other is the New Synagogue (Przemyśl).
5. Teatr Fredreum
Fredreum Dramatic Society – the oldest Polish amateur theatre founded in Przemyśl in 1869. It is probably also the oldest amateur theatre in Europe. The patron since 1912 is Polish comedian Aleksander Fredro, who came from the Przemyśl Land.
6. Nowa Synagoga
The Przemyśl New Synagogue, also known as the Scheinbach Synagogue, was an Orthodox synagogue in Przemyśl, Poland. Since World War II, the synagogue, which is still standing, has been used as the Ignacy Krasicki Przemyśl Public Library.
7. Cerkiew Zaśnięcia NMP
The Church of the Dormition of the Most Holy Theotokos is an Orthodox co-cathedral and parish church in Przemyśl. It belongs to the deanery of Przemyśl of the Przemyśl-Gorlice Diocese of the Polish Autocephalous Orthodox Church.
8. Muzeum Archidiecezjalne
Archdiocesan museum. St. Joseph Sebastian Perchal is a sacred museum in Sturstel, located on the Cathedral Square in Sturstel, in the historic building of the cathedral school 1564-72 years ago and the adjacent apartment building.
9. sobór archikatedralny Św. Jana Chrzciciela
The Greek Catholic Cathedral of St John the Baptist in Przemyśl serves as the mother church of the Ukrainian Greek Catholic Archeparchy of Peremyshl-Warsaw. It is located at the Ulica Katedralna in Przemyśl, in southern Poland.
10. Muzeum Historii Miasta
Museum of the History of the City of Przemyśl – a museum institution in Przemyśl, a branch of the National Museum of the Przemyśl Land. The museum, located in two historic tenement houses, was opened in 2005.
11. Zamek Kazimierzowski
Przemyśl Castle or Casimir Castle is a Renaissance castle in Przemyśl, Poland, located on the Castle Hill, which rises to a height of 270 metres above sea level and 70 meters above the city and the San River.
12. Narodnyj Dim w Przemyślu
Narodnyj Dim in Przemyśl – a building built in Przemyśl at 5 Kościuszki Street in the years 1901–1904 from the contributions of Przemyśl Ukrainians, intended for cultural and educational purposes.
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