Wrocław 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.
[Poland] Wroclaw, the second largest city in Poland's economy, the European Capital of Culture in 2016, is also one of the most popular tourist destinations in Central and Eastern Europe. Since the 11th century, it has experienced the rule of the Roman Empire, the invasion of the Mongols, the rule of the Kingdom of Bohemia, the immigration of the Germans, the rule of the Kingdom of Prussia, the incorporation of the German Empire, the experience of the First World War, the Second World War, and the intricacies of being transferred to Poland. history. The buildings in the center of the old city and the area around the island are very beautiful and charming, and the old city square is full of vitality.