Poznań’s attractions reopen!

The attractions of Poznań and the surrounding areas had been closed down in mid-March, when the state of epidemic emergency was introduced. Fortunately, some of the facilities and tourist attractions...

Fort VII - Museum for Wielkopolska Martyrs

The Museum of Wielkopolska Martyrs is housed in Fort VII - Colomb.
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Golęczewo historic buildings

The wattle and daub railway station, the “Pod Złotą Gwiazdą” inn, the communal house with a school (nowadays housing a primary school), a...
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Górka Palace

The Górka Palace - this municipal residence of great splendour that belonged to a prominent Wielkopolskan family was erected in the years...
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Great Theatre (Opera-House)

The Great Theatre is a Neo-classical building designed by Max Litmann. Flanked by six massive columns, its façade is headed by a triangular...
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Guardhouse

The oldest mention of the wooden building of the municipal guard is from the early eighteenth century. The present Neoclassical edifice was built in...
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Kaiser's Castle

This huge neo-Romanesque building, designed by Franz Schwechten, was constructed in the years 1905-10 for German Emperor William II. After WWI when...
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Luboń Industrial Architecture Trail

Mysteries big and small, solved and still awaiting answers, are a vital part of the over 100 years of history of the Luboń factories.
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Lubrański Academy

The academy was the first tertiary-level school in Poznań and the first modern humanist university in Poland. It was founded in 1518 by the local...
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Market Square in Śrem

The Market Square, currently the Square of the 20th October, used to be the centre of the medieval town located on an island which is referred to as...
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Merchant houses

Located to the south of the town hall, the houses were once used for trade purposes. In the Middle Ages makeshift wooden stalls were erected there...
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