Very impressive art work presented in a specially designed building. Well organized group presentation so everyone could hear and see without being interrupted. Well worth the visit.
Having wiped from public memory the 700 years of Silesia being under German rule, all things Polish and concerning Polish history are well preserved and are made into a tourist attraction. This is a purpose built round building which houses a 15m high canvas of enormous length which is sewn together to give a 360degree view of this famous battle.... More
This attraction is of interest to history buffs. It puts the visitor in the middle of the battlefield as you stand in a central pod with the battlefield all around you. There is an audio available for non Polish speaking visitors. To enter you join a group of a limited number for the next showing (every half hour). Very interesting.... More
A definite must see! There is no place like it. Very cool idea, very detailed piece of work. Something to do when you don't have a lot of time, but want to see something of a historical/cultural value.
If you want to visit this beautiful display, be there early, Hop in immediately and reserve your tickets. You are allocated at a certain time interval. If you are arriving late it may well be that you arrive at 10 and the first available time slot is at 3. Busses with groups of visitors can easily block several hours during... More
The Panorama of Raclawice Battle is a spectacularly presented Panoramic perspective of a battle. The viewing takes place at set times, every 30 minutes it appears and correspondingly the visit lasts 30 minutes. If you do not speak Polish be sure to get the language recording to help explain what you will be looking at. The commentary is very helpful... More
You have to see this, the tour last about 1/2 hour and the history is told, about the battle. The panoramic view is excellent, we listened to the history on a recorder, which was included in the price.
The Panorama is shown on scheduled times with an automated explanation in at least five languages. The polish one comes by loudspeaker, the rest by audio-guides. The Panorama is huge in size which makes it a little bit difficult to find out what exactly the narrator is explaining. A better light design would be a real asset. The explanations last... More
for us.. it was an interesting experience.. the line for tickets was a little long.. we entered after an hour, however, what we have seen deserved waiting.. a huge magnificent painting sorrounding a balcony overlooking it , explaines an important period in the polish history.. their war with russia. english audio guides are available.
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