Poznań - tile
|Poznań Town Hall||Poznań Town Hall or Ratusz is a building in the city of Poznań in western Poland, located in the Old Market Square (Stary Rynek) in the centre of the Old Town neighbourhood. It served as the city's administrative building until 1939, and now houses a museum. The town hall was originally built in the...|
|Jesuit College in Poznan||The Jesuits came to Poznań in the 16th century and built a monastery, a church and a school (college) whose first rector was Reverend Jakub Wujek - the author of the first Polish translation of the Bible. The college opened in 1573 and sustained high standards of education but never achieved status ...|
|Academy Lubrański||The academy was the first tertiary-level school in Poznań and the first modern humanist university in Poland. It was founded in 1518 by the local bishop, Jan Lubrański, who, aided by King Sigismund the Old, also provided necessary funds to support the work of the school. It was in its prime in t...|
|Church of Sts. John of Jerusalem Outside the Walls||The Knights Hospitaller (also called the Knights of Malta) were brought to Poznań by Duke Mieszko the Old. At the turn of the 12th and 13th c.) they built a commandry and a church dedicated to St. John the Baptist, or St. John of Jerusalem as he came to be called when the knights founded a hospital ...|
|Hotel Kolegiacki||Hotel Kolegiacki(Collegiate Hotel)- its excellent location near the Old Market Square on Plac Kolegiacki 5 makes that you do not need to waste time on the access to major places of Poznan. Kolegiacki Hotel is a boutique, where every room and bathroom are individually designed. Housed in two...|
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