14 Sights in Wrocław, Poland (with Map and Images)

Here you can find interesting sights in Wrocław, 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 14 sights are available in Wrocław, Poland.

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1. Promenada Staromiejska

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Promenada Staromiejska Julo / Public domain

Ancient City Promenade is an urban green belt located along the old fortifications along the moat of Wroclaw City. It is an urban green area located in the old city. In the riverbank green space, a long corridor has been built across the avenue with both footpaths and bicycle paths. The city moat, Gondoli Bay and boulevards on both sides of the Oder River are also part of it. Walking avenues and bicycle lanes are delineated inside the moat; Opposite (outside) the moat is a considerable stretch of road, excluding the stretch through Julius Park, Gondoli Bay and the Oder River in Slovakia. The beginning is determined by the gene bridge. Vadislav Sikorski. The promenade along the moat is cut off by the following streets and squares: John Paul II Square in Wroclaw and Sao Paulo Pedestrian Bridge. Anthony, Pedestrian Bridge on Moat, Krupnika Street, Svednika Street, Peter Bulletin Street, Olaf Street, Al. Julius, Slovakia, the street of evangelist John Purkini, on the Oder River, runs along Xavier Dunikovsky Avenue to Sand Bridge. The ancient city promenade surrounds the old city with a ring from the west, south and east, and encloses the ring from the north.

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2. Elektrownia Wodna Wrocław II

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Elektrownia Wodna Wrocław II Autor nie został podany w rozpoznawalny automatycznie sposób. Założono, że to Julo (w oparciu o szablon praw autorskich). / Public domain

Wroclaw II is a hydropower station in Wroclaw, on the Oder River, more specifically, on a tributary of the river that flows through a hub in the city center. North Oder River, including a water system, which is called "bourgeois water system", that is, the downstream water system of the city center. It is located 1.2 km from the North Oder River, which is about 1 km. 252 kilometers of measles. Built between 1924 and 1925, it built on the former Werdermühle mill and was handed over to the municipal government on 26 January 1926.

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3. Dom altarystów Małgosia,

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Dom altarystów Małgosia, / Public domain

Jaś and Małgosia-two medieval tenements at the northwestern corner of the Wrocław market square, connected with each other with an arcade. Built probably in the 15th century, they were part of a larger group of altarist houses of the parish church of St. Elizabeth. Between the tenement houses, under the arcade, there was the entrance to the cemetery liquidated in the 18th century, as reminiscent of the inscription on the cartouche "Mors Ianua Vitae" - "Death of the Gate of Life". There was once a gate in this gate.

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4. Hala Stulecia

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Hala Stulecia Centennial Hall / Public domain

The Centennial Hall, formerly named Hala Ludowa, is a historic building in Wrocław, Poland. It was constructed according to the plans of architect Max Berg in 1911–1913, when the city was part of the German Empire. Max Berg designed Centennial Hall to serve as a multifunctional structure to host "exhibitions, concerts, theatrical and opera performances, and sporting events". The hall continues to be used for sporting events, business summits, and concerts.

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5. Ogród Japoński

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Wrocław's Japanese Garden was founded in the years 1909–1913 as an exotic garden for the Centennial Exhibition. It is located in the Śródmieście district of Wrocław, in the boundaries of Szczytnicki Park, near the Centennial Hall. It is home to almost 270 taxa of woody plants, as well as 78 species of Asian plants, of which 38 are endemic to Japan, such as Styrax japonicus. It is an important landmark of Wrocław.

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6. Wieża Ciśnień

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The water tower at ul. On the dyke - a pressure tower with a total height of 40 m, located in Wrocław, which is one of the oldest technical objects of the city's infrastructure. The tower was created as a key element of the project of John Moore supplies 200,000 inhabitants with water, corrected and dressed in a historicizing robe by municipal construction counsel Johann Christian Zimmermann.

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7. Krzesło

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Chair - an outdoor sculpture by Tadeusz Kantor standing at the intersection of Rzeznicza Street with Nowy Świat street in Wrocław. The sculpture was one of the projects intended for urban space prepared on the occasion of the Wrocław '70 art symposium. Another sculpture, implemented in Wrocław according to projects from the symposium, is the arena made according to Jerzy Beresia's design.

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8. Hydropolis

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Hydropolis, or the Hydropolis Centre for Ecological Education, is a science centre dedicated to water, located in Wrocław, Poland. Its exhibitions use a variety of technology to teach visitors about the role of water in the environment, its importance to humans, and the history of human interactions with water.

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9. Wrocławska Fontanna

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Wrocławska Fontanna Tumi-1983 / Public domain

The Wrocław Fountain — Wrocław Multimedia Fountain, — Polish: Wrocławska Fontanna, is a multimedia musical fountain and ornamental pond in Wrocław, of western Poland. The fountain runs only during the summer season - from the last weekend of April or the first weekend of May to late October.

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10. Kamienica Pod Siedmioma Elektorami

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The townhouse under the seven voters is a Renaissance townhouse on the Wroclaw market in the second half of the 13th century. It has rich decorations. A Habsburg eagle was placed in the tympanum. In the 17th century. It is called Köbersche House or Stellenfeldsche House.

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11. Sobór Narodzenia Przenajświętszej Bogurodzicy

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Cathedral of the Nativity of the Holy Mother of God-the Orthodox Department in Wrocław, which is the main temple of the diocese of Wrocław-Szczecin and the seat of the Parish of the Nativity of the Holy Mother of God. The Council is located at Św. Nicholas.

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12. Muzeum Pana Tadeusza

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Muzeum Pana Tadeusza Siloy / CC BY-SA 3.0

Pan Tadeusz Museum - part of Ossolineum, presenting the plant's collections on a rich historical and literary background. It has been operating since May 2016 in a tenement house under the Golden Sun in Wrocław.

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13. Kościół pw. Świętego Michała Archanioła we Wrocławiu

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Kościół pw. Świętego Michała Archanioła we Wrocławiu Julo / Public domain

PW Church. The Archangel of St. Michael in Wroclaw is a Roman Catholic parish church belonging to the Diocese of St. Michael. Archangel Michael, in the west of Decanat Wroclaw and (Kozan). It's near the big fly.

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14. Fontanna Alegoria Walki i Zwycięstwa

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Fontanna Alegoria Walki i Zwycięstwa Ernst Seger / Public domain

Fountain of the Allegory of Fight and Victory - fountain and sculptures (monuments) Fight and victory located in Wroclaw at Jan Paweł II Square along the Old Town Promenade running along the city moat.

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