21 Sights in Wroclaw, Poland (with Map and Images)

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Here you can find interesting sights in Wroclaw, 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 21 sights are available in Wroclaw, Poland.

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1. Pomnik ofiar UPA

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Monument to the murdered in Kresy - a monument erected in Wrocław at ul. Andrzej Frycz-Modrzewski. The monument has the form of two pylons, and in the clearance between them a stylized figure of the crucified Christ is sculpted. At the bottom of the pylons there is an inscription: If I forget about them, you God ... forget me. "The monument to the metal coats of cities: Lviv, Stanisławów, Łuck and Tarnopol and a metal plaque with the inscription: Polish citizens murdered in Kresy South - in the years 1939–1947 by the organization of Ukrainian nationalists of the OUN - a Ukrainian insurgent army (UPA). Borderland and veterans' organizations. Wrocław. 2000 mass murders of the Polish land: Volyn, Tarnopol, Lviv, Stanisławów, Lublin, Poleska and Rzeszów-Przemyśl in 1939–1947 "and" Remembrance of Ukrainians who gave shelter to Poles. "

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2. Pałac Schaffgotschów

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Pałac Schaffgotschów Julo / Public domain

Schaffgotsch Palace in Wrocław at ul. Kościuszki 34 - Willa, erected in 1890 on the order of Hans Ulryk von Schaffgotsch according to the design of K. Heidenreich as a result of the expansion of the older object - the house of G. van Hees, which was here since 1862. Schaffgotschowie bought a plot in 1887 and recommended the expansion of the house to a three -wing palace in the Renaissance style, with a tower, numerous bay windows, dormers, etc. The facade is lightened with red brick with light sandstone details; There is a courtyard in front of the palace front, there was a garden at the back, originally in the English style.

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3. Jagusia

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Jagusia Grzegorz W. Tężycki / CC BY-SA 3.0

Jagusia, "Mobile Jagusia", is located in Hutmen S. Wroclaw. A. 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.

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4. Bojownikom o wyzwolenie narodowe i społeczne

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National and Social Emancipation Fighters Memorial Stone-A granite bedspread boulder in Wroclaw's Tadeusz Koschiuszki Square, dedicated to commemorating national and social liberation fighters. It was inaugurated on 24 March 1946 to celebrate the participants and the Congress of the Armed Struggle for Independence and Democracy held in 1946. It was suggested that this was a propaganda attempt to incorporate the recovered land into the tradition of Polish military conduct.

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5. Pogodynka

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Meteorologist-Meteorology (CZ) is in Wroclaw, on Swidnicka Street, on its east side, at its intersection with the ancient city promenade, near the ancient Courage Building; Built in the 1880s. It is located at the intersection of the main commercial street and the park in the old city and in the form of small buildings, reflecting the composition of convalescence in the 19th century. The structure was thoroughly repaired between 1984 and 1985.

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6. Katedra Świętej Marii Magdaleny

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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.

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7. Ogród Staromiejski

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Nicolas Copernicus Park is located in the center of Wroclaw, within the Old City, along Theatre Street and Theatre Square. Its current name came into effect on January 1, 1994. It was previously known as Zwingerpark, Crossing City Park, Ancient City Park, Hanki Sawicka Park. It covers an area of 2.75 hectares. It is managed by the urban greening management department.

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8. Cmentarz Żołnierzy Polskich

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The Polish Soldiers Cemetery in Wroclaw, a war cemetery established from 1968 to 1970 and expanded from 1972 to 1979, is a resting place for 604 people, mainly Polish soldiers-German captives killed in the September campaign and Polish Second Army soldiers killed, underground combat soldiers and forced civilian workers, and victims of Hitler's horrors.

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9. Hala Targowa

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Hala Targowa Андрэй Дзмітрыеў (http://fgb.by/viewtopic.php?p=60515#60515) / CC BY-SA 3.0

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.

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10. Wzgórze Gajowickie

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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.

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11. Dobry wieczór we Wrocławiu

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Good evening in Wrocław - a neon located on the roof of the apartment block at ul. Piłsudskiego 106–114 in Wrocław. Neon is realized in the form of a two -half -meter human figure with a flower in one hand and a tilted hat in the other and the inscription "Good evening in Wroclaw" on the right.

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12. Pomnik Anonimowego Przechodnia

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Monument to the anonymous passer -by - a Wrocław monument unveiled on the night of December 12-13, 2005 consisting of fourteen -casting figures of human natural size, standing on both sides of Świdnicka Street in a place where it crosses with Piłsudskiego Street.

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13. Park Juliusza Słowackiego

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Park Juliusza Słowackiego
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Julius Park in Slovakia in Wroclaw is a park located near the old city. A new city. It is also partly located in the backfill section of the city's moat, which has been the estuary section of the Olava River for some time. The park covers an area of 5.74 hectares.

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14. Bolesław Chrobry

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Bolesław Chrobry Julo / Public domain

Bolesław Brave monument in Wrocław-a horse monument to Bolesław the Brave according to the design of Dorota Korzeniewska, Maciej Albrzykowski and Grażyna Jaskierska-Albrzykowska, erected in Wrocław on Świdnicka Street and unveiled on September 15, 2007.

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15. Feniks

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The Barasch Brothers' Department Store is the original name of a department store in Wrocław, Poland, located between the eastern side of the market square and the Ulica Szewska. Today, the building accommodates the Phoenix Department Store.

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16. Pomnik Pomarańczowej Alternatywy

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A monument to the Orange Alternative - a bronze monument unveiled in Wrocław in 2001 to commemorate the movement of the orange alternative, operating in this city during martial law. The author of the monument is Olaf Brzeski.

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17. Pomnik ofiar I wojny światowej

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Monument to the Victims of World War I in Wrocław, also: Monument to the fallen students and teachers of the Junior High School of St. Maciej - a reconstructed monument, located in the courtyard of Ossolineum in Wrocław.

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18. Kościół Opatrzności Bożej

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Kościół Opatrzności Bożej Autor nie został podany w rozpoznawalny automatycznie sposób. Założono, że to Julo (w oparciu o szablon praw autorskich). / Public domain

The Church of Divine Providence in Wrocław, formerly known as the Court Church-the Evangelical Church belonging to the Evangelical-Augsburg Providence of God's Providence in Wrocław, located at ul. Kazimierz Wielki.

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19. Kościół pw. Świętej Trójcy

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Holy Trinity Church. Bonifratr ó w in Wroclaw is a historic Catholic church in Wroclaw, located in UL, a suburb of Olaf. Genes. Romualda Traugutta is the monastery church of the Monastery of Bonifratr.

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20. Kościół Świętego Wojciecha

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St. Wojciecha, Nie. Adalbertkirche, in Wroclaw. The Dominican Church in the Old City is one of the largest and oldest Gothic churches in the city. Double sanctuaries: Holy Podkaminska and Holy Czeslaw.

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21. Opera Wrocławska

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Opera Wrocławska Wrocław Opera / Public domain

The Wrocław Opera is an opera company and opera house in the Old Town of Wrocław, Poland. The opera house was opened in 1841 and up to 1945 was named after the city's then German name, Oper Breslau.

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