18 Sights in Rzeszów, Poland (with Map and Images)

Here you can find interesting sights in Rzeszów, 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 18 sights are available in Rzeszów, Poland.

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1. Park im. Władysława Szafera

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The Chłapowskie court in Rzeszów - a manor complex covering the court building, park, a steward, hunting house, stables, barns, granary and gate is located at Powstańców Śląskich Street in the eastern district of the city - Słocin. The property belonged to the family of Dezydery Chłapowski. The main building is characterized by an irregular block with a varied height. The entrance part is a low symmetrical block on a rectangular plan, formed at the beginning of the 19th century. Approx. 50 years later, the western higher wing was added. After the war, there was an orphanage here. Currently, the manor house falls into ruin. After taking over the real estate by the municipality, the councilors decided that at the end of May 2008 the manor house would be handed over as a compensation of the Rzeszów curia. The park surrounding the court, however, remained a publicly available city garden.

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2. Tablica pamiątkowa w miejscu kirkutu

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Tablica pamiątkowa w miejscu kirkutu J-k / Public domain

The old Germanic Jewish cemetery was established in the 17th century and is located on the former site of the present square of the Sacrificial Square in the Ghetto. It is now being cut by the hive. Sobeski. The site is commemorated by a basalt boulder and a granite stele with related words in Hebrew and Polish: "This is a 16th century Jewish cemetery destroyed by Nazi occupiers during the Second World War, and Jews were gathered here in the summer of 1942 and then taken to death camps." The cemetery was destroyed in 1942. More than a dozen tombstones are preserved in the cemetery.

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3. Muzeum Okręgowe

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The Rzeszov County Museum is a regional museum established in 1935. It has a collection of more than 240,000 exhibits. There is a special ethnic branch in the museum. Except for the main branch office located in UL Building. On May 3, part of the museum is the outpost of the Ethnographic Museum and the Museum of Urban History, with the main attractions being underground tourist routes under the market and permanent exhibitions from the 14th century. Until World War II. Another branch is the Julian Poposio Biography Museum in Xiapin.

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4. Plac Wolności

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Plac Wolności, formerly the New Town Rynek, Nowy Rynek is located in the city center on the route of Piłsudskiego Aleja, is a historic Rzeszów Square, created as a result of the construction of a commercial estate, the so -called New Town (not to be confused with the district and housing estate with the same name. Historical new city was located northeast of the Rzeszów Market Square and the center of the then city.

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5. Muzeum Dobranocek ze Zbiorów Wojciecha Jamy

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The Dobranacek Museum in Rzeszów is located in the city center, near the Rzeszów Market Square. The museum was established by resolution of the City Council on January 29, 2008. It presents exhibits from the collection of Wojciech Jama. The "Dobranacek Museum" collection was handed over to the city with a notarial deed on January 24, 2008. The Dobranacek Museum was officially opened on March 22, 2009.

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6. Muzeum Diecezjalne w Rzeszowie

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The Diocesan Museum is a church institution founded by Bishop Kazimierz Snoowny in 1997. The museum was officially opened on September 22, 1998, on the European Cultural Heritage Day held in Germanic. The collections are works of religious art, but due to the age of the diocese, most of them are in the Plastsky and Tanovsky museums. For the first 17 years, it was run by priests. Francis Laird.

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7. Zamek Lubomirskich

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Rzeszów Castle - one of the main landmarks of Rzeszów rebuilt between 1902-1906, located on the former grounds of the castle of the House of Lubomirski. The castle located between Aleja Pod Kasztanami and Aleja Lubomirski, Chopin Street, Śreniawitów Square and Colonel Lis-Kula Street. Currently the castle houses the seat of the provincial court, the building housed a prison up until 1981.

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8. Pomnik Sybiraków

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The Siberian Monument in Japan is a bronze sculpture in the Siberian Park in Japan, which was unveiled on September 17, 2014, World Siberian Day and the 75th anniversary of the Soviet invasion of Poland. The monument was designed by Jacob Ataman. The sculpture was created by sculptor Michael Butkevich. It was made in the Bronze Studio of Goldfinch Art Studio near Krakow.

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9. Podziemna trasa turystyczna

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Rzeszowa Underground Tourist Route Rzeszowa Cellar is a tourist route made up of former city cellars located beneath an ancient city market in Rzeszowa. The underground entrance is at Rzeszov City Hall and the exit is at Market No.12. At present, the route is managed by the housing management department of Rzeshov city. The route is 396 meters long.

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10. Kościół pw. Wniebowzięcia Najświętszej Marii Panny

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The Church of the Ascension of the Imperial Virgin Mary is both a parish church and a sanctuary for the Imperial Virgin Mary. The temple is located in a tight urban center on the edge of the old city of Rzeshowska in the center of the city. Adjacent to it is the house of OO Abbey. St. Bernard. All facilities protected by law have historical status.

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11. Letni Pałac Lubomirskich

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The Rzesz ó w Lubomirskii Summer Palace is an ancient, late Baroque mansion located on the Rzesz ó w Lubomirskii Boulevard, near the castle. It originated in the 1990s. The 17th century. In Nicholas' former vineyard, he would ask Ligeza as part of a larger hypothesis aimed at building a large garden complex around the castle's residence.

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12. Muzeum Mleczarstwa

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Museum of Dairy in Rzeszów - a museum located in Rzeszów, in the production halls of the former school dairy building of the Food School Complex Tadeusza Rylski at ul. Warszawska 20. The facility is a municipal organizational unit, and the patronage over it is held by the National Association of Dairy Cooperatives in Warsaw.

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13. Kościół pw. Matki Boskiej Królowej Polski

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Kościół pw. Matki Boskiej Królowej Polski J-k / Public domain

PW Garrison Church. This church is located in the center of Reshova. It belongs to both the Rzeshov parish and the WP field area because it is the temple of the military and civilian parish. This is a building protected by law and has a historical position.

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14. Kościół pw. Opatrzności Bożej

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Church Divine Providence in Rzeszów, owned by Salesian Rzeszów - church at ul. Witold Witness in the center of Nowe Miasto. The Rzeszów Salesian Center includes: Church of Divine Providence, Oratory of St. Jan Bosco, "Salos" football field.

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15. Cerkiew Przeniesienia Relikwii św. Mikołaja z Miry Licejskiej do Bari

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Church of the transfer of the relics of St. Mikołaj from Miry Liczyska to Bari - an Orthodox parish church in Rzeszów. It belongs to the Przemyśl deanery of the Przemyśl-Gorlice diocese of the Polish autocephalous Orthodox Church.

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16. Pomnik Łukasza Cieplińskiego

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Monument to the Cursed Soldiers in Rzeszów - a monument dedicated to Polish anti -communist underground activists, located in Rzeszów. Karol Badyna was the author of the monument project and the contractor.

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17. Kościół pw. Świętej Trójcy

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The church of the Holy Trinity - the church in Rzeszów, is currently in the city center at Targowa Street. The headquarters of the Greek Catholic parish Dormitions of the Blessed Virgin Mary in Rzeszów.

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18. Pomnik Czynu Rewolucyjnego

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A monument to a revolutionary act or a monument to revolutionary fighting - a monument located in the very center of Rzeszów at the intersection of Łukasz Ciepliński Avenue and Aleja Józef Piłsudski.

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