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Here you can find interesting sights in Szczecin, 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 15 sights are available in Szczecin, Poland.List of cities in Poland Sightseeing Tours in Szczecin
1. Kościół pw. Świętego Wojciecha
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 a Roman Catholic garrison church of the diocese of Szczecin-Kamień. It is built of brick, in the façade it has a massive, asymmetrically set tower 65.5 m high. 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, height of the hall – 17 m.
2. Posąg Flory
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.
3. Fontanna Manzla
The Manzla Fountain, a facility consisting of the fountain pool of Otto Rieth and the graphics of Ludwig Manzl, was once located in Tobrucki Square, at the intersection of the modern station and the new Szchacin Street. Where the composition was not preserved, an anchored monument was built. The monument inspired the post-war Sedina Fountain, built according to the Mieczyslaw Glib design, and is located in the police force's Boleslaw Chrobreg Square.
4. Pomnik Jana Czekanowskiego
Jan Czekanowski Monument in Szczecin – a contemporary monument made by Yossouf Toure for Szczecin. It commemorates Jan Czekanowski – a Polish anthropologist and ethnographer, meritorious in the study of Africa, who in the last period of his life stayed in Szczecin, where he died. The monument was designed in the type of a monument-bench, in the form of a traveling trunk with a traveler's figure sitting on it.
5. Archikatedra pw. Świętego Jakuba Apostoła
Szczecin Cathedral, in full the Archcathedral Basilica of St James the Apostle, is a Gothic cathedral located in Szczecin, Poland and seat of the Roman Catholic 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.
6. 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.
7. plac Tobrucki
Tobrucki Square - Square in Szczecin between ul. Dworcowa, Saint. Spirit and New. On the square there is a monument with an anchor, where before the war there was a sedine sculpture and a red town hall and a PKS station from the square: ul. Nowa, ul. Dworcowa, ul. Świętopełka, ul. Rybacka and ul. Fruit and Saint. Spirit.
8. Kościół świętego Jana Ewangelisty
St. The evangelist John in Szczecin-a Gothic, directionless post-Franciscan church, located near the hive. Holy Spirit 9 in Szczecin. It is the only remaining relic of the former Gothic Franciscan monastery complex. The church sits on the European Brick Gothic Trail.
9. Stajnia książęca
Ducal stable – a historic building from around 1600. Originally, the first floor housed a warehouse of the obrok. 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.
10. Baszta Panieńska
Maiden Tower also the Tower of Seven Coats – the building is located near the Oder River at the foot of the Pomeranian Dukes' Castle at 47 Panieńska Street in Szczecin. Entered into the register of monuments under No. 8 of June 11, 1954.
11. Muzeum Narodowe w Szczecinie
The National Museum in Szczecin is a museum in Szczecin, Poland, established on 1 August 1945. The main part of an exhibition is placed in Old House of the Pomeranian Estates, 1727-1729 by Gerhard Cornelius von Wallrave, Staromłyńska 27.
12. Archiwum Państwowe w Szczecinie
Szczecin National Archives was established on August 1, 1945. The Archives has two long-distance telephone branches in Stargard and Interrows, an exhibit in Strzmielk and a warehouse in Strzmielk. It covers the former province of Szczecin.
13. Zbór Kościoła Adwentystów Dnia Siódmego
The church of the Adventist Church of the Seventh Day in Szczecin - the Adventist Congregation in Szczecin belongs to the West Pomeranian District of the Diocese of Western Adventist Church of the Seventh day in the Republic of Poland.
14. Prawosławna Parafia św. Mikołaja
The Orthodox Church of St. Nicholas is an Orthodox co-cathedral and parish church in Szczecin, Poland. It belongs to the deanery of Szczecin of the Diocese of Wrocław-Szczecin of the Polish Autocephalous Orthodox Church.
15. Kościół pw. Najświętszego Serca Pana Jezusa
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 Victory Square in Szczecin.
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