Here you can find interesting sights in Zielona Góra, 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 11 sights are available in Zielona Góra, Poland.List of cities in Poland Sightseeing Tours in Zielona Góra
1. Park Tysiąclecia
Green Mountain Millennium Park is an urban park on Green Mountain, which is close to the city center and is located between Waza Street, Bankowa Street and Stanislaw Stashic Street. It was built in 1966 in a cemetery. It has a rich flora, including linden, maple, Douglas fir, ginkgo and western plants, as well as many shrubs. Forsythia and taula. Among the fauna, the park likes squirrels and magpies.
2. Pomnik Wydarzeń Zielonogórskich
Green Mountain Incident-Street clashes with Green Mountain militias and Zomo people on 30 May 1960. As a protest against the authorities' actions to close the Doctrine Church and take back the Catholic House in PW Diocese. St. Hedwig. Today, this is the seat of the Green Mountain Philharmonic Orchestra. It was one of the largest protests in the PRL between June 1956 and December 1970.
3. Wzgórze Braniborskie
Bolsky Mountain in Blani is a hill in Green Mountain City, with an altitude of 203 meters. It is located on the Green Mountain Wall about 2 kilometers southeast of the city center. An observation tower was built at the top of this tower in 1860, which is the site of the astronomical research institute and observatory of Green Mountain University today.
4. Muzeum Ziemi Lubuskiej
The Museum of the Lubusz Land in Zielona Góra - gathers and protects the material and spiritual cultural heritage of the lands over the middle of the Oder, which after World War II was given the name "Land Lubuska". An important task of the museum is also the dissemination of knowledge about history, culture, traditions and monuments of the region.
5. Jagodowe Wzgórze
Jagodowe Wzgórze - Hill in the Piast Hills with a height of 210 m a.s.l. It is the highest hill within Zielona Góra. In 2001, a 76-member expedition led by the editor-in-chief of Gazeta Zachodnia Maciej Krzyślak and geographer Mieczysław Wojecki showed that the summit is the highest hill in Zielona Góra and called it a blueberry hill.
6. Kościół pw. Najświętszego Zbawiciela
PW Church. The holiest savior in Green Mountain-built on Green Mountain by Georg Beuchelt and his sister Liddy's foundation. Beuchelt gave him $50,000 in his will to build it. Marek. A plot near Al was selected for construction. Belonging to Beuchelt's independence. This church was built for the evangelical parish of Augsburg.
Bureau of Art Exhibitions in Zielona Góra - Galeria of Contemporary Art founded in 1965 on the initiative of the District Association of Polish Artists, currently operating as a city gallery. Her activity was briefly interrupted in 1981, when it was liquidated for political reasons.
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9. Pomnik Dobosza
10. Kościół Polskokatolicki Najświętszej Maryi Królowej Polski
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