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The Park is located to the north of the City Centre probably about 20 mins walk although we got to it by using ‘Lime’ Scooters which then proved useful for getting around. Although not evident at first it’s a large area on a significant hill...More
While visiting family in Poznan we took the children here to learn about Polish History during World war 2. The museum is very informative with lots of Military artifacts. The children were interested to find out about the war in Poland and came away with...More
Malgorzaty Abakanowicz grew up not far from Poznan and taught at the university. Her installation "Unrecognized" is in the park, and definitely a highlight of Poznan. The green space was vast, and made for a lovely evening walk.
Before the Prussian rulers designated the place for military purposes during the 1800s, the area was rural and called Winiary hill. If you want to get an idea of how the Prussian fortress looked like visit Klodzko, where a similar fort was built and maintained...More
This is a large park not far away from the city centre which has a variety of interesting things in it. There is a multitude of natural features from the wild birds and animals to trees and flowers including a spectacular rose garden. Dotted around...More
The old citadel is now an open park, several museums and a war cemetery giving the city space for leisure. The museums are quite small and easy to include if you're on a tight schedule. These are well set out with sufficient interpretation for non...More