It's the same as the most Squar's in Poland. This one have the specially every 12am two Coats shock. You will visit the city center, you will pass for this one.
The town hall is not the biggest one in Poland but it's beautifully refurbished and feature Poland's well-known ramming somersaults that ram every day at 12:00PM. It has been build on the verge of 14th century. The legend says that after the fire in the town it has been decided to restore the town hall and install a new beautiful... More
The Ratusz (former city hall) was a Renaissance builting designed by the Italian architect Quadro. Toward the end of WW2 it was nearly levelled by Allied bombing and Soviet artillery. What one sees today is a not very scrupulous reconstruction. But, still, it gives a decent flavour of what the building must once have been like. Inside, there is the... More
Rynek here is surrounded by nothing but bars, restaurants, and night clubs. Do I really need to say more. Highly recommend !!! There is nothing like it in North America
The City Hall is a marvel in the middle of the quirky city of Poznań. Beautiful old construction saw different events from history of Poland. Was destroyed and reconstracted and the wonderful architecture now shine over the Old Market Square which itself is full of beautiful buildings.When you are with the kids,go before 12pm. They can have fun watching the... More
Beautifully set out showing medieval artifacts on the ground floor and as you work your way up the building, you also work your way through the centuries right up to the war. Some very disturbing photos of the devastation suffered by Poznan during the war. The document issued by the German authorities showing the name changes to the the streets... More
During WW II, in 1945, 60% of all buildings around the Old Market Square were destroyed and completely gutted by fire. The City Hall was severely hit. Tower collapsed to the Gothic quadrangular base, and the interior was damaged by a phosphorus bomb blast. The reconstruction was carried out according to strict conservation plans developed in an attempt to restore... More
The history of this building reflects the history of the city itself. The beauty of the exterior is self evident. Although not an exciting event, the goats that emerge from above the clock and butt heads every day a noon is a fun thing to watch. Inside is the museum of the city's history. History buffs will like the 100-plus... More
It's the most famous place in the city. And I should end my review now because there's not much to see in general. All buildings and monuments were hided behind Christmas stands or were renovated. Not many pubs around...however if you want to eat or drink something you should do so there, you will have slice a chance of finding... More
The lady at the desk claimed she spoke English, but that was limitied to naming the ticket fare and ask med to leave the backpack at the entrance. Very little information in English, but interesting enough if you like historical buildings.
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