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  • 1 Poznan Town Hall Highly Recommended Highly Recommended Highly Recommended

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    Stary Rynek 1 PL - Poznan

    Standing at the centre of the Rynek, this is one of Poland's finest town halls. Italian Giovanni Battista Quadro restored it in the Renaissance style after the fire in 1536. Each day when its bells strike noon, the Poznan goats emerge from the clock ..

  • 2 Poznan Old Market Place Highly Recommended Highly Recommended Highly Recommended

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    Stary Rynek PL - Poznan

    At the very centre of the city, the market place is surrounded by Gothic, Renaissance and Baroque houses, most of which were badly damaged in 1945 but superbly restored after the war. In warm pastel hues, some of the façades are embellished by painti..

  • 3 Parish Church of St Stanislas Recommended Recommended

    Religious buildings

    Ul. Klasztorna 11 PL - Poznan

    Originally a Jesuit foundation, this monumental Baroque church comprising a nave and two aisles separated by Corinthian columns performs perfectly the role of giving its worshippers a foretaste of the glories of paradise. Stuccowork, paintings and gi..

  • 4 National Museum Recommended Recommended

    Museums and art

    Al. Marcinkowskiego 9 PL - Poznan

    The museum occupies an austere early 20C structure to which has been added a purist contemporary extension; the latter houses collections of contemporary pictures and sculpture. The original building has Romanesque and Gothic works, 15C-18C Italian, ..

  • 5 Cathedral of St Peter and St Paul, Poznan Interesting

    Religious buildings

    PL - Poznan

    The first cathedral built in Poland (968), several times destroyed and rebuilt, this is a Gothic basilica with three naves, and two bell towers crowned with Baroque domes. Inside, the Golden Chapel, which was modelled on the Byzantine style in the 19..

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