Poznań is a large city located in the west of Poland. Since it was the first capital of Poland, Poznań is a town very much wrapped up in history, and seen by many as the birthplace of the Polish nation. In this sense, tourists that visit Poznan and have an interest in Polish history will have a lot to do here.
Poznań in Poznań (Województwo Wielkopolskie) with it's 570,352 inhabitants is a city in Poland about 173 mi (or 278 km) west of Warsaw, the country's capital. Local time in Poznań is now 07:40 PM (Monday).
- Old Town Poznań. At the center of the city lies the Old Town, founded in 1253 it is filled with historic monuments and reeks of Medieval Polish culture.
- Town Hall. At the center of the Old Market Square, lies the Town Hall. The wonderful architecture is filled with arches and columns in the exterior. Whilst the interior has an impressive Renaissance-style great hall wonderfully decorated with tapestries, busts, and coats of arms.
- Grand Theatre of Moniuszko. Eponymous with famous Polish opera composer Stanisław Moniuszko. Enjoy fantastic musical performances in the Poznań Grand Theatre with its great acoustic design.
- Cathedral Basilica of St. Peter and St. Paul. The Cathedral of St. Peter and St. Paul is the oldest Polish cathedral built in the 10th century. The Cathedral has been rebuilt in Romanesque, Gothic and Neoclassical styles due to fires and raids, and portions of the structure still hold remnants of the old styles.
PoznaÅ "is located in the time zone CEST: UTC / GMT + 1 (UTC / GMT + 2 in summer). Poland has been a member of the European Union since 2004. However, the official currency remains the new Zloty (PLN), Â In 2014, 1 euro equals approximately 4.20 zlotys. Points of interests / things to see
Stalag XXI-D was a German World War II PoW Camp based in Poznań (Posnan), Poland. Located at 52.402, 16.951 (Lat. / Lng.), about 2 miles away. Wikipedia Article World War II prisoner of war camps, Military history of Poland during World War II, History of Poznań, Defunct prisons in Poland, Buildings and structures in Poznań
After the success of the uprising, Posen province was until mid-1919 an independent state with its own government, currency and military. With the signing of the Treaty of Versailles in 1919, most of the province, composed of the areas with a Polish majority, was ceded to Poland and was reformed as the Poznań Voivodeship.
Poznań Town Hall or Ratusz is a building in the city of Poznań in western Poland, located in the Old Market Square (Stary Rynek) in the centre of the Old Town neighbourhood. It served as the city's administrative building until 1939, and now houses a museum.
The Poznań International Fair (PIF, Polish: Międzynarodowe Targi Poznańskie, MTP) is the biggest industrial fair in Poland. It is held on the Poznań fairground in Poland. Poznań International Fair is located in the centre of the city opposite the main railway station - Poznań Główny, in the centre of Poland and in the centre of Europe ...
Edmunda Szyca is a ruined multi-purpose stadium in Poznań, Poland. The stadium opened in 1929 during the Powszechna Wystawa Krajowa and had a capacity of 60,000 people. Located at 52.3961, 16.9294 (Lat. / Lng.), about 2 miles away. Wikipedia Article Multi-purpose stadiums in Poland, Stadiums in Poznań, Sports venues in Greater Poland Voivodeship
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