Poznań - stone

markerA Poznań Old Town Poznań Old Town is a central neighbourhood of the city of Poznań in western Poland, covering the area of the walled medieval city of Poznań. It is called Stare Miasto in Polish (although that name may also refer to the wider administrative district of Stare Miasto , which extends to most of the city... Poznań Old Town - photo
markerB Imperial Castle in Poznań The Imperial Castle in Poznań, popularly called Zamek is a palace in Poznań, Poland. It was constructed in 1910 by Franz Schwechten for William II, German Emperor, with a significant input from William himself. Since its completion, the building has housed government offices of Germany (to 1918 and ... Imperial Castle in Poznań - photo
markerC Royal Castle, Poznań The Royal Castle in Poznań (Zamek Królewski w Poznaniu) is the oldest preserved king residence in Poland. Dates from 1249 and the reign of Przemysł I. Located in the Polish city of Poznań, it was largely destroyed during the Second World War but has since been partly rebuilt. There are plans to ... Royal Castle, Poznań - photo
markerD Fara Church in Poznań Fara Church in Poznań (full-name in polish: Kolegiata Matki Boskiej Nieustającej Pomocy i św. Marii Magdaleny w Poznaniu) - a Baroque parish church located on a cross of streets Gołębia and Świętosławska. On June 29, 2010 under special permission granted by Pope Benedict XVI, the church raised to th... Fara Church in Poznań - photo
markerE Górka Palace in Poznan Górka Palace in Poznan is the municipal residence of great splendour that belonged to a prominent Wielkopolskan family was erected in the years 1544-48 and it replaced old Gothic burgher houses. Built for Andrzej Górka of the Łodzia coat of arms, the governor of Wielkopolska, the palace of recta... Górka Palace in Poznan - photo
markerF Apollo's fountain in Poznaniu Fountain of Apollo - one of the four fountains in the Old Market Square in Poznan, stands on the south-eastern side of Poznań at the mouth of the Świętosławsa Street and Wodna. Was unveiled in 2002. The creator of the fountain is Marian Konieczny. Already in the seventeenth century in this place wa... Apollo's fountain in Poznaniu - photo
markerG New Zoo in Poznań New Zoo in Poznań - located in the eastern part of Poznan has an area of 117 hectares (making it the second largest zoo in Poland). It is a reachly shaped valley area with many artificial ponds with a total area of ​​16 hectares. Inside you can also  find a historic Fort III of Prussia from 18... New Zoo in Poznań - photo
markerH Poznań Grand Theatre Grand Theatre in Poznań (called also Poznań Opera) is a neoclassical opera house located in Poznań, Poland. It is named after famous Polish composer Stanisław Moniuszko. Designed by German architect Max Littmann, and inaugurated in 1910 with The Magic Flute (Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart), is a m... Poznań Grand Theatre - photo
markerI Freedom Square in Poznan Freedom Square is a square in Poznan, located on the west of the medieval part of town. In 2005 began another remodeling, associated with the creation of underground parking under the square. The authors of the project, which referred to that of the interwar period were Kazimierz Rucinski and Stani... Freedom Square in Poznan - photo
markerJ Bazar Hotel The building of Bazar was erected in the years 1838-42 on the initiative of Karol Marcinkowski who contributed to the establishment of the Bazar Poznański joint stock company. The Neoclassical edifice faced Nowa Street (now I. Paderewskiego Street) that was marked out at the same time and the pr... Bazar Hotel - photo

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Name Poznań
Region Greater Poland
Country Poland (PL)
Population 556,022 inhabitants

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