Lower Silesian - tourist attractions

markerA Market Square in Wrocław The Market Square, Wrocław ( Polish: Rynek we Wrocławiu, German: Großer Ring zu Breslau ) is a medieval market square in Wrocław, now the heart of a pedestrian zone. The square is rectangular with the dimensions 205 x 175 m. The buildings around the square are built according to different styles: th... Market Square in Wrocław - photo
markerB Cathedral Island in Wrocław Cathedral Island (Ostrów Tumski) is the oldest part of the city of Wrocław in south-western Poland. It was formerly an island ( ostrów in old Polish) between branches of the Oder River. Archaeological excavations have shown that the western part of Ostrów Tumski, between the Church of St. Martin and... Cathedral Island in Wrocław - photo
markerC Centennial Hall The Centennial Hall (German: Jahrhunderthalle, Polish: Hala Stulecia (formerly Hala Ludowa- People's Hall)) 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. As an early landmark of re... Centennial Hall - photo
markerD Wrocław Town Hall Wrocław Town Hall (Ratusz) stands at the centre of the City’s Rynek (Market Square). It has a long history reflecting the developments that have taken place in the city over the period since its initial construction. Today, it continues to be in the service of the city. The Ratusz is used for civic ... Wrocław Town Hall - photo
markerE Japanese Garden in Wroclaw Japanese Garden in Wroclaw is located in the Park Szczytnicki. Japanese Garden was founded in the years 1909 - 1912 in connection with the Centennial Exhibition in 1913, at the initiative of Count Fritz von Hochberg of Iłowa and designed by a Japanese gardener Mankichi'ego Arai. Unfortunately, after... Japanese Garden in Wroclaw - photo
markerF Wrocław Palace The Wrocław Palace in Wrocław, Poland, formerly the Palace of Prussian kings, currently the Wrocław City Museum. Initially a baroque palace of Heinrich Gottfried Spaetgen, it was built in 1717 in the Vienna style. In 1750, after Prussia took control over the Silesia in the First Silesian War, it was... Wrocław Palace - photo
markerG University of Wrocław The University of Wrocław (Uniwersytet Wrocławski) is one of nine universities in Wrocław, Poland. Former, German university was founded in 1702 as Leopoldina, and re-founded in 1811 as Schlesische Friedrich-Wilhelms-Universität zu Breslau. History of a contemporary Polish university started in 1945... University of Wrocław - photo
markerH Racławice Panorama The Racławice Panorama (Polish: Panorama racławicka ) is a monumental (15 × 114 meter) cycloramic painting depicting the Battle of Racławice, during the Kościuszko Uprising. It is currently located in Wrocław, Poland. The painting is one of only a few preserved relics of a genre of 19th century mass... Racławice Panorama - photo
markerI Chapel on Śnieżka Saint Joseph's Oratory on Śnieżka (Chapel on Śnieżka) is a historic oratory on Śnieżka near Karpacz in Lower Silesia, in the district of Jelenia Góra. Located in south-western Poland, in the eastern part of the Giant Mountains at the top of the highest hill of the Sudety, about 5.3 km. south-west o... Chapel on Śnieżka - photo
markerJ Palace in Wojanów The palace is built on a high pedestal, turning a terrace on the south side. It has 3 floors with a mezzanine. The shape is close to a square with round towers covered with a steep hipped roof. In the garden there is a large garden with side steps, flanked by the extreme corners of greenhouses. The... Palace in Wojanów - photo

Lower Silesian - Tourist attractions

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