Poznan

Dendrorogical Garden in Poznan

Dendrological Garden, covering the area of 4 ha, was established in 1920. Before World War II as many as 900 species and varieties of trees could be seen here. Since the Garden was open to the Read More »

Arecheological Museum in Poznan

The origins of the Museum date back to September 23th, 1857 when the Department of Historical and Moral Sciences of the Poznan Society of the Friends of Sciences decided to establish the Museum Read More »

Armoured Weapon Museum in Poznan

The Armoured Weapon Museum was established in 1963-1964. Initially, it was a place where the students had classes on building and operation of the armoured equipment, in which, at that time, the Read More »

Museum of Musical Instruments in Poznan

The Ethnography Museum is a branch of the National Museum in Poznan, belongs to the oldest Polish exhibition institutions that present the wealth of folk culture. Ethnography Museum in Poznan Read More »

Etnography Museum in Poznan

The Ethnography Museum is a branch of the National Museum in Poznan, belongs to the oldest Polish exhibition institutions that present the wealth of folk culture. Ethnography Museum in Poznan Read More »

Poznan Historical Museum

Since 1954, the Poznan Historical Museum has been located in the Town Hall, the old seat of the City Authorities. Originally built as a small one-story structure, the building dates back to the Read More »

The Model of Former Poznan

The model shows Poznan as it was presented in Braun-Hogenberg’s picture of 1618. Its central part is covered by a town located on the left bank of Warta River, in the circle of medieval Read More »

Town Hall in Poznan

Formerly seat of the city council, one of the most valuable Renaissance architecture monuments in central Europe. The earliest mention about it dates back to 1310. It must have been erected Read More »

The Cathedral in Poznan

The monumental edifice that used to be a residence of the German emperor was built in the years 1904-1910 according to a design by Franz Schwechten, who apparently took on board many suggestions Read More »

Imperial Castle in Poznan

The monumental edifice that used to be a residence of the German emperor was built in the years 1904-1910 according to a design by Franz Schwechten, who apparently took on board many suggestions Read More »

Royal Castle in Poznan

The residence started to be built in the mid-13th century by the Great Poland prince Przemysl I. Most probably the first structures built were an inhabited tower and farm buildings surrounded by Read More »

Old Market Square in Poznan

The central square of the city established in 1253 on the left bank of the Warta River was designed on the base of a square with four 141 – metre sides. In terms of size, the square is the Read More »

Prosperine fountain in Poznan

Located in the Old Market Square, in front of the Town hall, it replaced a well from the beginning of the 17th century, one of four such wells in the square. The modifications were made in the Read More »

Graveyard of Distinguished Residents of Wielkopolska region

It is situated on the northern slope of St. Abelard’s Hill (Wzgorze Sw. Wojciecha) and spans the area of 1.8 ha covered with beautiful old trees. It is one of the oldest graveyards in Read More »

The City Walls in Poznan

The walls surrounding the medieval city were erected around 1280 in the place of the wood and earthen fortifications built immediately after the settling. The new fortification had a roughly Read More »

Merchant’s Houses in Poznan

They are unique relics of early commercial architecture. As early as in the 13th century there used to be herring stalls here that also sold salt, candles and torches, as well as some every day Read More »

Archbishop Palace in Poznan

Some type of bishops’ residence must have stood near the Cathedral from the time it was built. The earliest written reference to it comes from 1404 and mentions a structure erected by Read More »

Old Brewery in Poznan

Over the past few years, Poznan has become famous for its modern commercial centres which, apart from meeting the basic consumption demand, fulfil a variety of municipal and cultural functions. Read More »

Palm House in Poznan

The Poznan Tropical Plants Exhibition (The Palm House) is the largest of its kind in Poland. The first green house with a total size of 534 sq meters was built in 1910-11. Between 1928-29 a Read More »

Zoological Garden in Poznan

Poznan is one of the few cities which boasts as many as two zoological gardens: the Old Zoological Garden and the New Zoological Garden. The Old Zoological Garden former, situated in Read More »

Maltanka in Poznan

The Maltanka railway is supervised by MPK Poznan and it works from April till September/October. Older habitants of Poznan certainly remember first railway for children. Its opening took place on Read More »

Avana – climbing wall in Poznan

“Avana” is the world of climbing and recreation – The biggest modern climbing gym in Poznan. Here waiting for you are approximately 1000 square meters of climbing walls. Avana is open Read More »

Botanical Garden in Poznan

Botanical Garden, established in 1925, has been a public park and a university research institution. It is a perfect venue for relaxation after sightseeing the city. After walking along the paths Read More »

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