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

Explore interesting sights in Rzeszów, Poland. Click on a marker on the map to view details about it. Underneath is an overview of the sights with images. A total of 19 sights are available in Rzeszów, Poland.

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1. Dom Polonii

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Polonia's house is an apartment building north of the Rzeszowski market. In front of the townhouse, you can see a distinctive vestibule, whose level deviates greatly from the floor of the square. Below it is the oldest existing masonry relic in Germany, that is, the cellar in the 15th century. Today's townhouses were acquired after rebuilding in the early 20th century and after the war. Three neighboring townhouses were demolished to form the so-called "Ram Cave", which is currently under construction. The interior of the townhouse is decorated with multicolored pigments. The stairwell was part of the 19th century hunt. Below is the illusory Bogna. It is the property of the Polish community, with shops on the first floor and hotels on the first floor.

Wikipedia: Dom Polonii w Rzeszowie (PL), Website

2. Tablica pamiątkowa w miejscu kirkutu

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Tablica pamiątkowa w miejscu kirkutu

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.

Wikipedia: Cmentarz żydowski w Rzeszowie (PL)

3. cmentarz żydowski

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cmentarz żydowskiEmmanuel DYAN from Paris, France / CC BY 2.0

kirkut is located on Rejtana Avenue in Reshov, at kirkut in Reshov, built in 1849. It covers an area of 2.5 hectares and can distinguish between older and newer parts. The cemetery was devastated during World War II. Many tombstones were used to lay the streets of Asnyk, Shopen and others, as well as the market in Tyczna. There are 754 tombstones preserved, most of which are broken (lying down). The oldest surviving Macheva can be traced back to 1851.

Wikipedia: Cmentarz żydowski na Czekaju w Rzeszowie (PL)

4. Muzeum Diecezjalne w Rzeszowie

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The diocesan museum is a church institution founded in 1997 by the bishop of Kazimierz Górny. The museum was officially opened on September 22, 1998 on the occasion of European Cultural Heritage Days in Rzeszów. Collections are works of sacred art that came out of use, but due to the age of the diocese, most of the exhibits from its area are in the Przemyśl and Tarnów museums. For the first 17 years, Fr. Franciszek Dziedzic.

Wikipedia: Muzeum Diecezjalne w Rzeszowie (PL)

5. Kościół pw. Najświętszego Serca Pana Jezusa

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The Cathedral of the Sacred Heart of Jesus in Rzeszów, owned by the Rzeszów Cathedral of the Sacred Heart of Jesus, is a church at W. Sikorskiego Avenue in the south-eastern part of the city in Zaleskie Błonia. Built as a votive offering for 600 years of the existence of the Przemyśl diocese. The first temple built in Rzeszów after World War II. Since 1982, the statue of Our Lady of Fatima has been venerated there.

Wikipedia: Katedra Najświętszego Serca Pana Jezusa w Rzeszowie (PL), Website, Facebook

6. Muzeum Dobranocek ze Zbiorów Wojciecha Jamy

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

Wikipedia: Muzeum Dobranocek w Rzeszowie (PL), Website

7. Podziemna trasa turystyczna

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Underground Tourist Route "Rzeszów Cellars" in Rzeszów – a complex of former city cellars connected into a tourist route, located in Rzeszów, under the Old Town Market Square. The entrance to the underground is located at the Rzeszów Town Hall, while the exit - at Market Square 12. Currently, the route is managed by the Municipal Board of Residential Buildings in Rzeszów. The length of the route is 396 meters.

Wikipedia: Podziemna Trasa Turystyczna w Rzeszowie (PL), Website

8. Pomnik Sybiraków

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The Siberian monument in Rzeszów - bronze sculpture in the Siberian Park in Rzeszów, unveiled on September 17, 2014 on World Siberian Day and on the 75th anniversary of the USSR aggression against Poland. The author of the monument project is Jakub Ataman. The sculptor was made by the sculptor Michał Batkiewicz. The cast was created in the Art-Studio Bronze Laboratory in Szczyglice near Krakow.

Wikipedia: Pomnik Sybiraków w Rzeszowie (PL)

9. Letni Pałac Lubomirskich

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Summer Palace of Lubomirski in Rzeszów - a historic, late Baroque residence with elements of Rococo, located at Aleja Lubomirskie in Rzeszów, near the castle. Established in the 1990s in the former vineyard of Mikołaj Spytek Ligęza, as part of a larger assumption, which was aimed at creating a large garden complex around the residence at the castle.

Wikipedia: Letni Pałac Lubomirskich w Rzeszowie (PL)

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.

Wikipedia: Bazylika Wniebowzięcia Najświętszej Maryi Panny w Rzeszowie (PL)

11. Cmentarz Pobitno

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Pobitno Cemetery – necropolis in Rzeszów, in the Pobitno district on the right bank of the Wisłok, in the eastern part of the city. It is located in the immediate vicinity of the northern ring road of Rzeszów and Lwowska Street, at the Pobitno roundabout. The cemetery has the legal status of a monument.

Wikipedia: Cmentarz Pobitno w Rzeszowie (PL)

12. Kościół pw. Matki Boskiej Królowej Polski

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Kościół pw. Matki Boskiej Królowej Polski

Garrison Church of Our Lady Queen Polish – the church is located in the center of Rzeszów. It belongs to both the diocese of Rzeszów and the military ordinariate of the Polish Army, because the church is a temple of a civil-military parish. The building is protected by law, has the status of a monument.

Wikipedia: Kościół Garnizonowy w Rzeszowie (PL)

13. Wojewódzka i Miejska Biblioteka Publiczna

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Wojewódzka i Miejska Biblioteka Publiczna

Provincial and Municipal Public Library in Rzeszów - Public Library based in Rzeszów. It serves as the Municipal and Poviat Public Library for the City of Rzeszów, the Poviat Public Library for the Rzeszów poviat and the Provincial Public Library for the Podkarpackie Voivodeship.

Wikipedia: Wojewódzka i Miejska Biblioteka Publiczna w Rzeszowie (PL), Website

14. Kościół pw. Opatrzności Bożej

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Church of Divine Providence in Rzeszów, owned by the Salesians of Rzeszów – the church at Witolda Świadka Street in the center of Os. New town. The Salesian Center in Rzeszów includes: the Church of Divine Providence, the Oratory of St. John Bosco, the football field "Salos".

Wikipedia: Kościół Opatrzności Bożej w Rzeszowie (PL), Website

15. Archiwum Państwowe w Rzeszowie

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The Staromiejska Synagogue in Rzeszów - a synagogue located in Rzeszów at 4 Bożnicza Street is one of the oldest preserved synagogues in the Podkarpackie Voivodeship. Formerly called the old school and the small, due to its smaller size relative to the New Town synagogue.

Wikipedia: Synagoga Staromiejska w Rzeszowie (PL)

16. Kaplica pw. Świętego Huberta

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Kaplica pw. Świętego Huberta Łukasz Niemiec / CC BY-SA 4.0

Saint Hubert Chapel in Rzeszów - a baroque hunting chapel. The chapel is located in the church area of the newly established parish under the same call near the Baranówka IV and Miłocin housing estate, with a direct descent from Warszawska Street to Borowa Street.

Wikipedia: Kaplica św. Huberta w Rzeszowie (PL)

17. Pomnik Łukasza Cieplińskiego

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

Wikipedia: Pomnik Żołnierzy Wyklętych w Rzeszowie (PL)

18. 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.

Wikipedia: Kościół Świętej Trójcy w Rzeszowie (PL)

19. 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.

Wikipedia: Pomnik Czynu Rewolucyjnego w Rzeszowie (PL)


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