Town Hall (Ratusz)
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jenx14
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May 2018 • Business
Beautiful old churches and many cafes and restaurants. Interesting architecture. The Lubuska Land Museum is worth a visit - a local history museum as well as a dungeon featuring old devices of torture. There is not much English spoken here so brush up on your Polish. A lovely place for an afternoon wander.
Written June 3, 2018
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halszkab2015
London, UK6 contributions
Jan 2018 • Family
We have attended wedding ceremony. Beautiful building and really nice service. First-time inside, looks great, good to visit.
Written January 20, 2018
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Annaline
Park Ridge, IL7,031 contributions
Apr 2015 • Solo
Historical building. It looks really handsome surrounded by colorful houses of the Old Town (Stare Miasto). If you live in Zielona Góra and you want to get married most likely you would go for a civil ceremony here. Therefor usually on Saturdays this area is flooded with newlyweds and wedding guests cheering for couples and pouring rice on their heads .
In its history since XV century, the town hall served many functions. On its upper storey was stored acts and municipal documents. The oldest and most valuable of these were housed in a black wooden box placed in a room connected to the meeting room. In the forties of the eighteenth century, Town Hall served the Lutheran community as a church. For a fee you could rent a reception hall for a banquet or a wedding. Today there is in the building a Historical Room and also an Indian restaurant in the basement.

In the basement of the tower there was a prison dungeon for criminals, and in the basement of the town hall was a headquarter of champion of justice (cat). From 1639 years was carried out in the basement speakeasies wine Zielona Gora, later foreign and beer. It is worth mentioning that the richness of wines produced and made in the basement of the town hall was stored as gifts for various distinguished guests treated during urban celebrations, it could even serve as payment of arrears to the magistrate.
Written October 14, 2015
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