Grunwaldzki Square in Szczecin
Grunwaldzki Square (Kaiser-Wilhelm-Platz) is the biggest star-shaped square in Szczecin. It’s the basis of its urbanistic layout as well. In the place where the Grunwaldzki Square is, in 19th century there was Wilhelm’s Fort. It was the part of massive fortifications stretching around the city, making it unable to grow.
There are eclectic houses around the square, but, unfortunately, some of them were destroyed during World War II by the bombs dropped by RAF. And now there are standing commie-blocks. But, who knows, maybe on one day they’ll be demolished.