33 Sights in Szczecin, Poland (with Map and Images)


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Explore interesting sights in Szczecin, 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 33 sights are available in Szczecin, Poland.

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1. Kościół pw. Świętego Wojciecha

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St. Adalbert's Church in Szczecin – a neo-Gothic hall church built in 1906–1909 according to the design of architect Jürgen Kröger. It currently serves as the Roman Catholic garrison church of the Szczecin-Kamien diocese. It is built of brick and has a massive, asymmetrically set tower with a height of 65.5 m in the façade. The style of the building is eclectic – mostly neo-Gothic, but there are also neo-Romanesque motifs, especially in the decoration. The length of the building is 35 m, width – 23 m, hall height – 17 m.

Wikipedia: Kościół św. Wojciecha w Szczecinie (PL)

2. Kościół Matki Bożej Różańcowej

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Kościół Matki Bożej Różańcowej

The Church of Our Lady of the Rosary – is located in the oldest part of the Szczecin housing estate Gumieńce at Lwowska Street. The church was built at the end of the fifteenth century as an aisleless building, without a tower and without an architecturally separated chancel. At the end of the sixteenth century, the church received a barrel vault with lunettes. In 1800, a half-timbered tower was added to the church, the walls of the temple were also strengthened by adding buttresses and window openings were rebuilt.

Wikipedia: Kościół Matki Bożej Różańcowej w Szczecinie (PL)

3. Posąg Flory

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The Statue of Flora in Szczecin is a baroque monument to Flora, a goddess of flowers and spring, located at White Eagle Square in Szczecin. The statue was made of sandstone around 1730 by German sculptor Johann Georg Glume to a design by Johann Konrad Koch. The sculpture group consists of Flora holding a basket of flowers, along with a putto on either side: one climbing on a horn of plenty; one sitting by another basket of flowers. It was destroyed during the Second World War and restored in 1953.

Wikipedia: Statue of Flora (Szczecin) (EN)

4. Fontanna Manzla

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Fontanna Manzla

The Manzel Fountain – an object consisting of a fountain basin by Otto Rieth and a figural composition by Ludwig Manzel, once located at Tobrucki Square, at the intersection of today's Dworcowa and Nowa Streets in Szczecin. In the place of the unpreserved composition, a Monument with an Anchor was created. The monument was an inspiration for the Sedina fountain built after the war according to the design of Mieczysław Glib and placed on Bolesław Chrobry Square in Police.

Wikipedia: Fontanna Manzla (PL)

5. Zielone wzgórze

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Green Hill – a hill in the area of the Kupala Wilderness in Szczecin-Gocław. Steep slopes covered with beech forests - the eastern ones fall towards the Oder valley, and the western ones towards the Glinianka valley. In 1912, an observation tower was built on the hill - the Bismarck Tower. In the lower part of Green Gables there was an entertainment venue Weinberg with a restaurant and lounges. The Gocławek Trail passes through the hill.

Wikipedia: Zielone Wzgórze (Wzgórza Warszewskie) (PL)

6. Kościół Niepokalanego Serca Najświętszej Marii Panny

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Kościół Niepokalanego Serca Najświętszej Marii Panny

The Church of the Immaculate Heart of the Blessed Virgin Mary – a Gothic single-nave church with a transept, built of brick on a granite foundation. One of the few churches in Szczecin with preserved Baroque furnishings. The temple is located in the Stołczyn housing estate, at the intersection of Nehringa and Kościelna streets. It belongs to the parish of the Immaculate Heart of the Blessed Virgin Mary in Szczecin-Stołczyn.

Wikipedia: Kościół Niepokalanego Serca Najświętszej Marii Panny w Szczecinie (PL)

7. Kościół pw. Niepokalanego Poczęcia Najświętszej Maryi Panny

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The Church of the Immaculate Conception of the Blessed Virgin Mary in Szczecin-Dąbie is the oldest church of the former city of Dąbie, incorporated into the city of Szczecin. The center of the parish of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary. According to some sources, the church also has such a call. Initially, like the current Szczecin Archcathedral, it was dedicated to St. James.

Wikipedia: Kościół Niepokalanego Poczęcia Najświętszej Maryi Panny w Szczecinie Dąbiu (PL)

8. Archikatedra pw. Świętego Jakuba Apostoła

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Szczecin Cathedral, in full the Archcathedral Basilica of St James the Apostle, is a Gothic cathedral located in Szczecin, Poland and seat of the Archdiocese of Szczecin-Kamień. Built in the 12th-14th centuries, it is the second tallest church in Poland, the largest church in the region of Western Pomerania, and one of the most distinctive landmarks of the Szczecin Old Town.

Wikipedia: Szczecin Cathedral (EN), Website

9. Morskie Centrum Nauki im. prof. Jerzego Stelmacha

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The Prof. Jerzy Stelmach Maritime Science Centre in Szczecin is a science centre located at 1 Nad Duńczyca Street in Szczecin, Poland. The mission of the Science Centre in Szczecin is to support the discovery of the world with the use of scientific tools, to stimulate active action and to build the identity and brand of the region based on its relationship with the sea.

Wikipedia: Morskie Centrum Nauki im. prof. Jerzego Stelmacha w Szczecinie (PL), Website

10. Pomnik Jana Czekanowskiego

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Pomnik Jana Czekanowskiego

Monument to Jan Czekanowski in Szczecin - a modern monument made by Yossooufa Toure for Szczecin. He commemorates Jan Czekanowski - a Polish anthropologist and ethnographer, a distinguished Africa who has been in Szczecin recently, where he died. The monument was designed in the type of monument-scale, in the form of a travel trunk with a traveler sitting on him.

Wikipedia: Ławeczka Jana Czekanowskiego w Szczecinie (PL)

11. Willa Fritza Hoerdera

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Hoerder's Villa in Szczecin – a historic former residential house in Szczecin, located at 76 Wojska Polskiego Avenue. The style in which the building was built is eclecticism with Gothic, Baroque and Renaissance forms. The villa is included in the register of monuments and is the seat of the St. Maximilian Maria Kolbe Catholic High School in Szczecin.

Wikipedia: Willa Fritza Hoerdera w Szczecinie (PL)

12. Pomnik Chłopca Węgierskiego

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The Monument of Hungarian Boy is a statue in the city of Szczecin, Poland, located in the Jan Kasprowicz Park. It was made by Richárd Juha, and unveiled on 9 December 2016. The monument commemorates the aid of Szczecin inhabitants to Budapest population during the Hungarian Revolution of 1956. The identical statue is located in Budapest, Hungary.

Wikipedia: Monument of Hungarian Boy (Szczecin) (EN)

13. Café 22

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Café 22

Pazim is the second tallest building in Szczecin, Poland, after the St. James Cathedral, if including Pazim's spire. It contains twenty-three floors and is 92 meters tall. The building was designed by Milijenko Dumencić. It is the headquarters of Polsteam, with its name originating from company's alternative name abbreviation, PŻM.

Wikipedia: Pazim (EN), Website

14. Wzgórze Napoleona

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Wzgórze Napoleona

Napoleon's Hill – an artificial earth mound erected in honour of Emperor Napoleon I in Szczecin, located in the Zawadzkiego-Klonowica housing estate on the border with Pogodno, at the intersection of Unii Lubelska and Klonowica streets. It has a height of about 8 m and its diameter at the base is about 50 m.

Wikipedia: Wzgórze Napoleona (PL)

15. Muzeum Narodowe w Szczecinie

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The Szczecin National Museum is a national museum in Szczecin, Poland, established on 1 August 1945. The museum features ancient and modern art, archaeological, historical, numismatic, nautical and ethnographic collections and is divided into six branches, five located in Szczecin and one in Gryfice.

Wikipedia: Szczecin National Museum (EN), Website

16. Pomnik Czynu Polaków

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The Monument to the Polish Endeavor, also known as the Monument of the Three Eagles, and the Eagles' Nest, is a monument in the city of Szczecin, Poland, located at the Bright Meadows Square, at the boundary with the Jan Kasprowicz Park. It was designed by Gustaw Zemła, and unveiled in 1979.

Wikipedia: Monument to the Polish Endeavor (EN)

17. Kościół świętego Jana Ewangelisty

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The Church of St. John the Evangelist in Szczecin is a Gothic, non-oriented, post-Franciscan church at 9 St. Duch Street in Szczecin. It is the only surviving building of the former Gothic, Franciscan monastery complex. The church is located on the European Route of Brick Gothic.

Wikipedia: Kościół św. Jana Ewangelisty w Szczecinie (PL), Url, Url 0

18. Wieża Quistorpa

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Wieża Quistorpa

Quistorp's Tower – an observation tower on the Arkona Hill in the Arkoński Forest in Szczecin (Osów), erected in the years 1900–1904; since the end of World War II in a state of ruin; entered into the register of immovable monuments of the West Pomeranian Voivodeship.

Wikipedia: Wieża Quistorpa (PL)

19. Stajnia książęca

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Stajnia książęca

The prince's stable - a historic building from around 1600. Originally on the first floor there was a rotation warehouse. The lower part served as a stable and riding school. The building is located at 3 Rycerska Street, next to the Pomeranian Dukes' Castle in Szczecin.

Wikipedia: Stajnia książęca w Szczecinie (PL)

20. Archiwum Państwowe w Szczecinie

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Archiwum Państwowe w Szczecinie

The State Archives in Szczecin were established on 1 August 1945. The Archive has two branch offices in Stargard and Międzyzdroje, a branch office in Strzmiele and a warehouse in Dobra. The range of activity covers the area of the former Szczecin Voivodeship.

Wikipedia: Archiwum Państwowe w Szczecinie (PL), Website

21. Kościół pw. Świętej Trójcy

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Kościół pw. Świętej Trójcy

The Church of the Holy Trinity – a historic church of the Roman Catholic parish in Szczecin Krzeków, at 1a Żołnierska Street; one of the two churches of this name in the town, the other – the Evangelical-Augsburg church – is located in Łasztownia.

Wikipedia: Kościół Świętej Trójcy w Szczecinie (Krzekowo) (PL), Heritage Website

22. plac Tobrucki

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Tobrucki Square is a square in Szczecin between Dworcowa Street, Holy Spirit Street and Nowa Street. On the square there is a Monument with an Anchor, on which before the war there was a sculpture of Sedina and the Red Town Hall, as well as a bus station.

Wikipedia: Plac Tobrucki w Szczecinie (PL)

23. Pomnik Jana Pawła II

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Pomnik Jana Pawła II

The Monument of John Paul II in Szczecin – a bronze statue on a pedestal made of granite cubes, placed in Szczecin's Jasne Błonia opposite the Monument to the Deed of Poles, commemorating Pope John Paul II and the mass celebrated here on June 11, 1987.

Wikipedia: Pomnik Jana Pawła II w Szczecinie (PL)

24. Kościół świętej Rodziny

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Kościół świętej Rodziny

The Church of the Holy Family in Szczecin – modernist church originally built for the Evangelical parish. At that time, it was called the Holy Cross (Kreuzkirche). The building is located at the current 28 Królowej Korony Polskiej Street in Szczecin.

Wikipedia: Kościół św. Rodziny w Szczecinie (PL)

25. Kościół świętego Piotra i świętego Pawła

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The Church of St. Peter and St. Paul in Szczecin is a small Gothic brick aisleless church in Szczecin, Poland. This church is located on the European Route of Brick Gothic. Currently, it is a parish church of the Polish Catholic Church.

Wikipedia: Kościół św. Piotra i św. Pawła w Szczecinie (PL)

26. Central Cemetery

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The Central Cemetery in Szczecin is a municipal cemetery in Szczecin, Poland. With an area of over 167.8 hectares, and still expanding, it is officially the largest cemetery in Poland and the third largest cemetery in Europe.

Wikipedia: Central Cemetery, Szczecin (EN)

27. Prawosławna Parafia św. Mikołaja

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The Orthodox Church of St. Nicholas is an Orthodox cathedral and parish church in Szczecin, Poland. It belongs to the Szczecin deanery of the Wrocław-Szczecin diocese of the Polish Autocephalous Orthodox Church.

Wikipedia: Cerkiew św. Mikołaja w Szczecinie (PL)

28. Kościół pw. Najświętszego Serca Pana Jezusa

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Kościół pw. Najświętszego Serca Pana Jezusa

The Church of the Sacred Heart of Jesus in Szczecin – a modernist church with a reinforced concrete structure, with elements of Neo-Baroque and Neo-Romanesque. It is located at Zwycięstwa Square in Szczecin.

Wikipedia: Kościół Najświętszego Serca Pana Jezusa w Szczecinie (PL)

29. Kościół pw. Najświętszej Rodziny

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Kościół pw. Najświętszej Rodziny

The Church of the Holy Family in Szczecin is one of the historic churches in Szczecin. It is located in the Płonia district. It belongs to the Szczecin-Dąbie deanery of the Archdiocese of Szczecin and Kamien.

Wikipedia: Kościół Najświętszej Rodziny w Szczecinie (PL)

30. Pomnik Bartolomeo Colleoniego

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The Monument of Bartolomeo Colleoni in Szczecin – an equestrian statue of the famous condottiero, a historic copy of the Renaissance monument of Bartolomeo Colleoni by Andrea del Verrocchio found in Szczecin.

Wikipedia: Pomnik Bartolomea Colleoniego w Szczecinie (PL)

31. Ławeczka Michała Doliwo-Dobrowolskiego

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Michał Doliwo-Dobrowolski's Bench – a monument unveiled on 10 June 2022 in Szczecin. It is located on the Michał Doliwo-Dobrowolski Square, in the Turzyn housing estate, in the Śródmieście district.

Wikipedia: Ławeczka Michała Doliwo-Dobrowolskiego (PL)

32. Zbór Kościoła Adwentystów Dnia Siódmego

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The Seventh-day Adventist Church in Szczecin is an Adventist church in Szczecin, Poland, which belongs to the West Pomeranian District of the Western Diocese of the Seventh-day Adventist Church in Poland.

Wikipedia: Zbór Kościoła Adwentystów Dnia Siódmego w Szczecinie (PL), Website

33. Punkt widokowy przy ul. Górskiej

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The Warszewskie Hills – moraine hills that are part of the Szczecin Hills, partly within the administrative borders of Szczecin, the remaining part, i.e. the north-western part, in the Police District.

Wikipedia: Wzgórza Warszewskie (PL)


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