Landmarks/ Points of Interest in Szczecin

Top Points of Interest & Landmarks in Szczecin, Poland

Points of Interest & Landmarks in Szczecin

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  • YuiOkami
    Szczecin, Poland191 contributions
    The layout of old tenement houses that have been rebuilt. a charming place full of gastronomy and no parking spaces.
    Written December 28, 2021
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  • Asswag
    Stavanger, Norway1,092 contributions
    Royal gate left to its own devices in the middle of the busy street. Well worth a visit and a grand monument to take pictures of.
    Written September 21, 2019
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  • twinkletoes75
    Wickford, UK281 contributions
    Disappointed I didn’t stumble across this at night other people’s night time pictures are stunning! You can walk under the fountains archway which some children were doing, if with children there is a park with play equipment very nearby as well.
    Written May 10, 2018
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  • Stendel
    Eastpointe, MI412 contributions
    Very nice street with nice architecture and some cafes and restaurants. If you are in the area check it out otherwise don’t make a special trip to see it.
    Written September 8, 2019
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  • pawel_hbg
    Sopot, Poland9,376 contributions
    The harbour gate has been started built in 1724 year. There are not so many old buildings in Szczecin do it is worth to see it, especially it is beautiful with a lot of details.
    Written July 15, 2019
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  • Marco Brevi
    Livigno, Italy303 contributions
    walking around the city on the way to our hotel. you can feel the Christmas atmosphere, people all around malls, a huge line of man by the jewelry shops
    Written December 28, 2016
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  • Rafal W
    Skoki, Poland1,391 contributions
    Church of Sts. Peter and Paul was built in years 1223-37, in place of first, wooden shrine, that has been burned down during Danish raid. Historians believe, that church stands in the same spot where the temple of Trzyglów, also called Tryglaw or Trajan/Trojan, great Pomeranian and Polabian god, once stood, as customarily, first Christian churches usually were built in places of earlier, pre-Christian temples. Small, oldest in Szczecin and built of characteristic red brick church, is located to the north-west of Ducal Castle, and originally stood outside of the city walls perimeter. In 15th century church was enlarged and tower was added, but the latter one didn't last for long. After less than century tower was demolished during rebuilding church's northern façade. At the beginning of 17th century church acquired small ridge turret, feature that can be found in many Pomeranian churches, both in Poland and Germany. Church suffered serious damage during siege of Szczecin in 1677. After the war, church was refurbished and rebuild. Old Gothic vaults and columns were replaced with wooden pseudo-vault and church gained new, Baroque look. During next renovation of the church in 1817, nearly all Baroque elements were removed, and at the beginning of 20th century northern façade was given Neo-Gothic look. The times of WW2 church survived relatively untouched. Huge, Baroque painting on ceiling has been well preserved, as well as some much earlier, Gothic elements. In 2006, in church's crypts some old, medieval burials were found. Unfortunately, we weren't able to look around the church's interior. We just had a little glimpse of it through the iron grating separating porch from the nave.
    Written September 23, 2020
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  • BoBartek
    27 contributions
    WHAT AN AWESOME PLACE! It is so nice building with very friendy guids.
    I recommend garnizonowy church for all kinds of tourism.
    Written May 31, 2017
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  • Keith G
    Petoskey, MI22 contributions
    We visited this unique part of Szczecin during our family heritage trip last June mainly because our last name is similar to the name of this park. Beautiful trees and flowers as well as interesting sculpture here. Unfortunately, all the signs were in Polish and not in English so we couldn't read anything. Later, we found it on the Internet and learned about the history of this special place. To make the visit more worthwhile, read about it on the web before you go see it.
    Written April 24, 2019
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  • Stendel
    Eastpointe, MI412 contributions
    The monument here is a nice bronze monument with an anchor. That’s it not really worth it unless you are already in the area.
    Written September 7, 2019
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