sculptorWrocław Wroclaw is a city in western Poland. The history of this city can be traced back more than a thousand years ago. Its long heritage is almost integrated with all religions and cultures of Europe. At different times, it has been part of the Kingdom of Poland, the Kingdom of Bohemia, the Kingdom of Hungary, the Habsburg monarchy, Prussia and Germany. Wroclaw became part of Poland again in 1945 because of changes in the borders after World War II, which included a complete population exchange. The old town in the city center is very beautiful. It's worth a walk.
邵红升的旅行日记Wroclaw, the fourth largest city in Poland, is also known as the "City of Dwarfs". There are more than 300 dwarfs hidden in the city waiting for you to find. There are 11 public universities, 21 private universities, 15 art galleries, 14 museums, 10 theater and concert halls, and more than 100 theater festivals and countless concerts every year. It was named "European Capital of Culture", "World Book Capital" and ten Nobel Prize winners...
_We***95This is a very spectacular World Heritage site exhibition hall, with a history dating back to the early 20th century. One of the earliest concrete buildings in the world. The scale of the main hall is shocking. This can be found by the steel cross on the dome. You can take tram No. 2 east line.
sculptorRynek we Wroclaw is the medieval market square in Wroclaw in southwestern Poland. The buildings around the square are built in different styles: the middle part of the ring is a building composed of the old town hall, the new town hall and numerous citizen houses. The Market Square is an urban complex with two diagonally continuous areas-the salt market and the square in front of St. Elizabeth's Church. 11 streets leading to the market: two at each corner, two narrow lanes and an open external square "Chicken Market".
The market was first established under Magdeburg law and was first ruled by Henry I, Duke of Poland, the Beard I between 1214 and 1232. With the passage of time, houses of the nobles appeared, and by the middle of the 14th century, they had formed a closed building-defined plot.
Until the late 1970s, vehicles were able to travel along the east-west axis. Between 1996 and 2000, the square was re-paved, and the last east side accessible by cars was walked.
M32***23[Scenery] A majestic building. Inside is a very beautiful rich altar. It is nice to sit down quietly and admire the interior decoration.
[Fun] The Church of St. Elizabeth of Hungary is quiet and peaceful, great!
sculptorWrocław Wroclaw’s history can be traced back more than a thousand years, and its long heritage incorporates almost all religions and cultures in Europe. At different times, it was once part of the Kingdom of Poland, the Kingdom of Bohemia, the Kingdom of Hungary, the Habsburg monarchy, Prussia and Germany. Wroclaw became part of Poland again in 1945 because of changes in the borders after World War II, which included a complete population exchange. Wroclaw has many historical landmarks, including the main market square, Cathedral Island and the Centennial Memorial, which is listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
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This is the #zoo park of #wroclaw located in #poland and is also one of my favourite places there. There is an africarium hall which is extremely wet and hot because of the animals inside. Also there is an aquarium, terrarium and wide open space for bigger animals. The monkeys were very nice also. Don't skip this place if you go there.
For me Wroclaw is the most beautiful city in Poland. The only town I compare with it is Gdansk, hut Wroclaw is definitely number 1 in my hearth. The many islands that Oder river makes are amazing. The central square and the bridges around the town are so colorful and nice. #poland #wroclaw