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1. skwer Skaczącej Gwiazdy
Springstern is a square located in the settlement of Olbin in Wroclaw, named by a resolution passed by Wroclaw City Council on November 4, 2010, which came into effect on December 15, 2010. The name comes from the old city wall, the street on the city wall, which historically lies in the area, and is the place name mark of the old city wall built from 1771 to 1782 under the order of King Frederick II of Prussia. The word "jumping star" comes from the same name (Springstern) of the northeast fortifications of Wroclaw in the 18th century, which is in this area. Springstern's name comes from the layout of this fortifications. These fortifications were demolished in 1807. After the French army captured the city under their orders. At that time, an arm of the Oder River also passed through here, and at the same time, it was buried.
2. The Botanical Garden
The Botanical Garden of the University of Wrocław is a botanical garden in Wrocław founded in 1811 in the area of Ostrów Tumski. The garden was established for medical students at the local university. During the Napoleonic Wars, the garden was damaged after the city fortifications were destroyed. Part of the garden featured a branch off the Odra river and was filled in during the conflict, but has since been restored as a large lily pond. It is the second oldest garden of this type in Poland, after the garden in Kraków. In 1974 it was listed as a protected monument in Lower Silesia, since 1994 it was included in the protected historical city center.
3. Dworzec Wrocław Nadodrze
Wrocław Nadodrze – railway station and the penultimate of all standard-gauge stations built in Wrocław, built in 1868 according to the design of Hermann Grapow, who is often confused with Wilhelm Grapow, the author of the Upper Silesian Railway station designed several years earlier, which in 1857 replaced the old Upper Silesian Railway Station and today is called Wrocław Główny. The station is located on railway line No. 143 connecting Kalety and Wrocław Popowice, at Powstańców Wielkopolskich Square in the Nadodrze housing estate. It is an important station within the Wrocław Agglomeration Railway and in intra-city traffic.
4. Pałac Schaffgotschów
Schaffgotsch Palace in Wrocław at 34 Kościuszki Street – a villa, erected in 1890 at the request of Hans Ulrich von Schaffgotsch according to the design of K. Heidenreich as a result of the extension of an older building – the house of G. van Hees, which was located here since 1862. The Schaffgotschs bought the plot in 1887 and had the house extended into a three-wing palace in the Renaissance style, with a tower, numerous bay windows, dormers, etc. The façade is faced with red brick with light sandstone details; In front of the palace there is a courtyard, at the back was a garden, originally in the English style.
5. Park Generała Władysława Andersa
General Władysław Anders Park is a park located in the southern part of Wrocław, south of Kamienna Street, in the area of the Krzyki district. The park was created in the area once occupied by the necropolis complex, i.e. cemeteries: Old cemetery of St. Mary Magdalene, New cemetery of the Evangelical-Reformed community, Cemetery of St. Maurice, Cemetery of St. Dorothy. It occupies an area of about 6 ha. The current name of the park is valid on the basis of § 1 point 21 of the Resolution No. LXXI/454/93 of the City Council of Wrocław of 9 October 1993 on the names of parks and forest areas existing in Wrocław.
6. Cmentarz Grabiszyński
Grabiszyński Cemetery – next to the Osobowicki Cemetery, the Holy Family Cemetery, the St. Lawrence Cemetery, one of the largest necropolises in Wrocław. The cemetery in its current boundaries is one of the three parts constituting a larger cemetery complex in the first half of the twentieth century. Initially, it was a cemetery where the dead from the southern parishes of Wrocław, Evangelical: St. Elizabeth and Holy Trinity, Catholic: St. Charles Borromeo and St. Elizabeth of Hungary and monks from the Bonifratri monastery were buried. Later it became a municipal cemetery – Kommunal Friedhof in Graebschen.
7. Dom altarystów Jaś
Hansel and Gretel are two medieval apartment buildings in the northwest corner of Wroclaw Market, connected by an arcade. The building, which is likely to have been built in the 15th century, is part of a wider housing complex within the French Farm Church, the St. French Church (St. French Church) of the St. French Church (St. French Church) known as "St. French Church" (St. French Church). Elizabeth. Between the apartment blocks beneath the arcade, there is an entrance to the graveyard that was abolished in the 18th century, like the "Walrus Ianua Vitae"-the "Gate of Death"-on Cutus. This door used to be a door.
8. Park Dąbski
Dąbski Park – is a park located in the eastern part of Wrocław, on the Dąbie estate, on the so-called Big Island. The current name of the park is valid on the basis of § 1 point 22 of the Resolution No. LXXI/454/93 of the City Council of Wrocław of 9 October 1993 on the names of parks and forest areas existing in Wrocław. Near the park there are numerous academic houses of the Wrocław University of Science and Technology and the University of Wrocław, the areas of the Ślęza Wrocław stadium and behind them the Zoological Garden, Szczytnicki Park and the Centennial Hall, as well as the tram depot.
9. Park Stanisława Tołpy
Waschteich Park is a small park in Wrocław located entirely on the Ołbin estate. Until 2005, the park was called Park Nowowiejski, pursuant to § 1 point 5 of the resolution no. LXXI/454/93 of the City Council of Wrocław of 9 October 1993 on the names of parks and forest areas existing in Wrocław. The name of the park was changed by the resolution of the Wrocław City Council of 7 July 2005 No XL/2481/05; by virtue of this resolution, the current patron of the park is Stanisław Tołpa. The park is located within the streets: Nowowiejska Street Bolesława Prusa Street Edith Stein Street.
10. Bojownikom o wyzwolenie narodowe i społeczne
Memorial stone in honor of the Fighters for National and Social Liberation – a granite erratic boulder located on Tadeusz Kościuszko Square in Wrocław, dedicated to the memory of fighters for national and social liberation. It was unveiled on 24 March 1946, on the occasion of the First Congress of Participants in the Armed Struggle for Independence and Democracy, which took place as part of the Kosciuszko Year, celebrated in 1946. There are opinions that it was a propaganda attempt to include the Recovered Territories in the tradition of the Polish armed act.
11. Domek Romański
Romanesque House in Wrocław, or House of the Ladies of Trzebnica in Wrocław, is a Romanesque villa at Plac Biskupa Nankiera in Wrocław. More precisely, it is an early-Gothic building with Romanesque elements that dates back to the beginning of the 13th century, partly reconstructed after World War II. It was the centre for the Cistercians of Trzebnica, which is why it was called the House of the Ladies of Trzebnica. Nearby, along the Kotlarska Street, were the Nowe Jatki, a medieval shopping center belonging to the monastery.
12. Pomnik Bohaterów Powstania Węgierskiego
The Monument to the Heroes of the Hungarian Uprising is a monument in Wrocław, Poland, commemorating the Hungarian insurgents of 1956. The monument is located within Nadodrze, along the Sunny Boulevard running along the northern bank of the Northern Oder, and south of the Bourgeois Route. The author of the monument is Monika Molenda. The unveiling of the monument by the Mayor of Wrocław Rafał Dutkiewicz and the Hungarian Ambassador Michala Györ took place on 2 November 2006, on the 50th anniversary of the events in Hungary.
13. ZOO Wrocław
The Wrocław Zoological Garden, known simply as the Wrocław Zoo, is a zoo on Wróblewskiego Street in Wrocław, Poland. It is the oldest zoo in Poland, having been opened in 1865 as the Breslau Zoological Garden while the city was part of Prussia. It is also the largest zoo in Poland. The zoo covers 33 hectares in downtown Wrocław. It is home to about 10,500 animals representing about 1,132 species. In terms of the number of animal species it is the third largest zoological garden in the world.
Jagusia, "Mobile Jagusia", is located at Hutmen S. A. in Wroclaw. An open-air fountain before. 241 Grabishinska Street. It consists of a pool with a copper figure in it. The diagram consists of three parts that rotate each other. Body shape refers to a woman's body. It expresses the view that in this work, the combination of light and water elements used by the creator and moving sculpture has considerable impact. The sculpture was created by Tadeusz Teller. This work was unveiled in 1974.
15. Centennial Hall
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.
16. Park Świętej Edyty Stein
St. Edith Stein Park is a small park in Wrocław located entirely on the Ołbin estate. It was separated from the Stanisław Tołpa Park by virtue of the resolution of the Wrocław City Council of 17 March 2011 No. VIII/98/11; by virtue of this resolution, the current patron of the park is St. Teresa Benedicta of the Cross. The park is located within the following streets: Nowowiejska Street, Cardinal Stefana Wyszyńskiego Street, Blessed Edith Stein Street.
17. Japanese Garden
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.
18. Cmentarz Żołnierzy Polskich
The Polish Soldiers Cemetery in Wrocław – a war necropolis created in the years 1968–1970 and expanded in the years 1972–1979 as the resting place of 604 people, mainly Polish soldiers – participants of the September Campaign who died in German captivity and soldiers of the 2nd Polish Army killed at the front, as well as soldiers of underground struggle and forced civilian workers and victims of Nazi terror.
19. Kamienica Pod Złotą Kotwicą
The tenement house at 38 Market Square, also known as the Golden Anchor House, is a tenement house on the Wrocław Market Square, on its eastern frontage, on the so-called Green Reed or Green Pipe (according to Mateusz Goliński, this part of the frontage was called "Pod Parcadeami Kapeluszników"). On the Wrocław Market Square, two tenement houses bear the same name: the second one is located at the Rynek 52 lot.
20. Katedra Świętej Marii Magdaleny
St. Mary Magdalene Church in Wrocław, Poland, is a gothic church located between Szewska and Laciarska street close to the central market square, established in the 13th century. Currently it is a cathedral of the Polish Catholic Church led by Piotr Mikolajczak. On 21 October 1523, the first Lutheran services in Breslau were held here. The church is named after Jesus' companion Mary Magdalene.
21. Park Staszica
Stanisław Staszic Park in Wrocław – a park located in the Nadodrze housing estate, with an area of about 5.5 ha. The park was established between 1905 and 1908 on the site of the former horse market (Rossplatz). The current name is valid on the basis of Resolution No LXXI/454/93 of the Wrocław City Council of 9 October 1993 on the names of parks and forest areas existing in Wrocław.
22. Most Grunwaldzki
Grunwald Bridge is a suspension bridge over the river Oder in Wrocław, Poland, built between 1908 and 1910. Initially the bridge was called the Imperial Bridge (Kaiserbrücke), then the Bridge of Freedom (Freiheitsbrücke). The architectural design of the bridge was by a city councilor, Richard Plüddemann. The bridge opened on 10 October 1910 in the presence of Emperor Wilhelm II.
Chair – outdoor sculpture by Tadeusz Kantor standing at the intersection of Rzeźnicza Street and Nowy Świat Street in Wrocław. The sculpture was one of the projects for urban space prepared on the occasion of the Wrocław '70 Art Symposium. Another sculpture, realized in Wrocław according to the designs from the Symposium, is ARENA made according to the design of Jerzy Bereś.
24. Teatr Polski
The Polish Theatre in Wrocław is one of the theatres in Wrocław, Poland. The Polish Theatre in Wrocław has three stages: Small Stage on 28 Świdnicka Street, “Na Świebodzkim” Stage, situated inside Świebodzki railway station's building at 20c Orląt Lwowskich Square, and Jerzy Grzegorzewski Stage located in the Theatre's main building at 3 Zapolska Street.
25. Park Skowroni
Skowroni Park – a park located in the southern part of Wrocław, between the Gaj and Borek housing estates. The area of the park is about 25 ha. The current name of the park is valid on the basis of § 1 point 11 of the Resolution No. LXXI/454/93 of the City Council of Wrocław of 9 October 1993 on the names of parks and forest areas existing in Wrocław.
26. Kościół Świętego Augustyna
St. Augustine's Church is a post-evangelical Catholic church at Sudecka Street in Wrocław, Poland. Its patron is Augustine of Hippo; until 1945 this call was carried by another church in Wrocław's Borek, at Kleinburgstraße (Januszowicka Street), which was razed to the ground during the Red Army's attack on Festung Breslau at the end of World War II.
27. Zesłańcom Sybiru
Monument to the Exiles of Siberia in Wrocław – a monument designed by the sculptor Jarosław Perszko in close artistic cooperation with the architectural engineer Czesław Bielecki, erected in Wrocław on the Sybirak Square next to Strzelecki Square. The silhouette of the monument with a height of 12 meters depicts the Latin Cross piercing the wall.
28. Archikatedra Świętego Jana Chrzciciela
The Cathedral of St. John the Baptist in Wrocław,, is the seat of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Wrocław and a landmark of the city of Wrocław in Poland. The cathedral, located in the Ostrów Tumski district, is a Gothic church with Neo-Gothic additions. The current standing cathedral is the fourth church to have been built on the site.
29. Wieża Ciśnień
Honeycomb water tower. With a total height of 40 meters, the water tower in Wroclaw is one of the oldest technical infrastructures in the city. The tower, a key component of John Moore's project to provide water to 200,000 residents, was adjusted and dressed in historic robes by municipal architectural consultant John Christian Zimmermann.
30. Kamienica Pod Siedmioma Elektorami
Kamienica Pod Siedmioma Elektorami – a Renaissance tenement house on the Market Square in Wrocław from the second half of the thirteenth century. It is characterized by rich decorations. A Habsburg eagle was placed in the tympanum. In the seventeenth century, the tenement house was called Köbersche Haus or Stellenfeldsche Haus.
31. Wrocław Market Hall
Wrocław Market Hall is a food hall in central Wrocław, Poland. Designed by Richard Plüddemann, it was built between 1906-08 as the Breslauer Markthalle Nr 1, when the city was part of German Empire. The Hall was renowned for its then-innovative application of reinforced concrete trusses, which was unique in Europe at the time.
32. Dobry wieczór we Wrocławiu
Good evening in Wrocław – neon sign located on the roof of a block of flats at 106–114 Piłsudskiego Street in Wrocław. The neon sign is realized in the form of a two-and-a-half-meter human figure with a flower in one hand and a tilting hat in the other and the inscription "good evening in Wrocław" on the right.
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.
34. Wzgórze Gajowickie
Gajowicke Hill-an artificially constructed hill in the village of Gajowice in Wroclaw. Formed from 1928 to 1932, it was reclaimed as a municipal landfill. It is located along the freight loop of Wroclaw Railway. It is part of the Hugo Richter Promenade, a vital part of the city's walking and cycling network.
35. Wrocławska Fontanna
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.
Fountain with the Fencer – a fountain located on the square in front of the University of Wrocław and being one of its symbols. It was designed by Hugo Lederer, a professor at the Berlin Academy of Fine Arts (1871–1940), and was erected on University Square on 26 November 1904.
37. Most Zwierzyniecki
Zwierzyniecki Bridge is located in the eastern part of Wrocław, Poland. The bridge spans the Oder River and is in the immediate vicinity of Wrocław Zoo and the exhibition grounds about Centennial Hall. The bridge was built around 1655 and was originally wooden.
38. Teatr Muzyczny Capitol
Capitol Musical Theatre – musical theatre established in Wrocław in 2004, which is a continuation of earlier theatres existing in the same place, such as: Operetta Dolnośląska, Teatr Muzyczny, Operetta Wrocławska and Teatr Muzyczny – Operetta Wrocławska
39. Monument to the Anonymous Pedestrians
The Monument to the Anonymous Passer-by – a monument unveiled on the night of 12 to 13 December 2005, consisting of fourteen life-size bronze figures cast, standing on both sides of Świdnicka Street in the place where it intersects with Piłsudskiego Street.
40. Kamienica Dom Bankierów
The tenement house at Rynek 21 – a tenement house on the Market Square in Wrocław, on the southern frontage of the Market Square, the so-called side of the Golden Cup, also known as the Bankers' House, and one of the narrowest tenement houses in Wrocław.
41. Kościół Świętego Łazarza
Church of St. Lazarus in Wrocław – a gothic brick church built by the Order of Knights and Hospitallers of Saint Lazarus of Jerusalem in the second half of the fourteenth century on the road leading from medieval Wrocław to the south-east – to Oława.
42. Mała Sobótka
Mała Sobótka – artificially created hill in the Grabiszynek housing estate in Wrocław with an altitude of 136 m above sea level. It is also often called the "Treasury Hill" by the inhabitants of the city due to the street of this name running nearby.
43. Park Hotel
Park Hotel in Wroclaw is a modern hotel building located on Dabie Street. Copernicus 5, based on the design of Hans Scharoun, was built as the residence of the WUWA Exhibition Experimental Manor, as the residence of single and childless married couples.
44. Kościół Opieki Świętego Józefa
Church of the Protection of St. Joseph in Wrocław – classicist-neo-Romanesque church designed by architect Carl Ferdinand Langhans, built in 1821–1823, located in Wrocław at 1 Ołbińska Street at the intersection with Jedności Narodowej Street.
45. Jewish Cemetery
The Old Jewish Cemetery is a historic necropolis-museum situated on 37/39 Ślężna Street, in the southern part of Wrocław, Poland. Opened in 1856, the cemetery's eclectic layout features many architectural forms and styles on a monumental scale.
46. Kościół pw. Najświętszego Serca Jezusowego
The Church of the Sacred Heart of Jesus is a Roman Catholic parish church of the Parish of the Sacred Heart of Jesus in Wrocław, Wrocław, in the deanery of Wrocław Cathedral, in the Archdiocese of Wrocław. It is located on Grunwaldzki Square.
47. Kaplica Kościoła Ewangelicko-Metodystycznego
The Chapel of the Evangelical Methodist Church in Wrocław – the parish church of the Peace of God Parish belonging to the Evangelical-Methodist Church in Poland, located at 28a Worcella Street in Przedmieście Oławskie in Wrocław.
48. Muzeum Pana Tadeusza
Pan Tadeusz Museum – part of the Ossolineum, presenting the Department's collections against a rich historical and literary background. It has been operating since May 2016 in the Pod Złotym Słońcem tenement house in Wrocław.
49. Kościół pw. Świętej Trójcy
The Church of the Holy Trinity of the Bonifraters in Wrocław – a historic Catholic church in Wrocław, located in Przedmieście Oławskie, at Gen. Romuald Traugutta Street, is the monastery church of the Order of Bonifraters.
50. Kościół Najświętszej Maryi Panny Matki Pocieszenia
The Church of the Blessed Virgin Mary, Mother of Consolation – Roman Catholic parish church, belonging to the deanery of Wrocław north II (Sępolno) of the Archdiocese of Wrocław. It is located in the Dąbie housing estate.
51. Bastion Ceglarski
The brick fortress is part of the Wroclaw fortifications, built in 1585, and is located in the northeast of the outer wall belt around Wroclaw New Town. It was torn down along with the city wall in the early 19th century.
52. Contemporary Museum
Wrocław Contemporary Museum, is a museum located in Wrocław, Poland. It was established in 2011. It develops relations with contemporary artists by exhibitions and educational events, while expanding its art collection.
53. W hołdzie patriotom różnych narodowości straconych w latach 1939-1945
Obelisk in Honor of the Murdered Patriots – a monument located in Wrocław on the square at the intersection of Reymonta and Kleczkowska streets. It commemorates the victims of Nazism, murdered in a nearby prison.
54. Kamienica Dwór Polski
Rynek 5 tenement house – a tenement house on the Wrocław market square in the Gothic-Renaissance style with late Baroque elements, known as the "Dwór Polish" tenement house after the restaurant located in it.
55. Kamienica Pod Złotym Dzbanem
The Golden Jug House is a medieval tenement house in the southern frontage of the market square in Wrocław, Poland, number 22, opposite the entrance to the Świdnicka Cellar and next to the Green Pumpkin House.
56. Kościół Świętej Elżbiety Węgierskiej
Church of St. Elizabeth in Wrocław - a Catholic temple at Grabiszyńska Street erected at the end of the nineteenth century according to the design of Wrocław architect Joseph Ebers in the neo-Gothic style.
57. Muzeum Mineralogiczne
The Kazimierz Maślankiewicz Mineralogical Museum in Wrocław is a unit of the Institute of Geological Sciences of the University of Wrocław, at 30 Cybulskiego Street with a branch at 22 Kuźnicza Street.
58. Kościół parafialny pw. Świętego Józefa Rzemieślnika
Church of St. Joseph the Craftsman is a Roman Catholic parish church belonging to the deanery of Wrocław, East of the Archdiocese of Wrocław. It is located in the Przedmieście Oławskie housing estate.
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