Wrocław

Wrocław

bridges, gothic buildings and street art

Location: 

Słodowa Island, Wrocław, Poland

Duration: 

Sunday, December 13, 2015

personal highlights

  1. Wrocław (aka Breslau): the capital of Silesia at the River Oder
  2. Street art: many huge and creative artworks on buildings
  3. Old Town: many beautifully restored and colorful buildings 
  4. Waterfront: many picturesque bridges and lovely islands
  5. Market Square: Polands most beautiful Christmas market

image sources

    1. Public artwork @ Ossolineum
    2. Soviet apartments @ Plac Nowy Targ
    3. Aula Leopoldina @ Uniwersytet Wrocławski
    4. Hotel Mercure @ Galeria Dominikańska
    5. Cathedral of St. John the Baptist

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