Africarium

Oceanarium presenting aquatic ecosystems (marine and freshwater) and terrestrial fauna of Africa in the Zoological Garden in Wrocław. The complex was opened on October 26, 2014[1] – it is the first facility of this type in Poland.

Wroclaw Market Square

Mediaeval market square in Wrocław, now the central part of the pedestrian zone. One of the largest Old Town markets in Europe, with the largest town halls in Poland, covers the entire area of the square with all the architectural elements located in its area and the buildings surrounding the square from four sides.

The main railway station

The largest of the personal railway stations in Wrocław, located on the border of the Przedmieście Świdnickie and Huby housing estates, in the vicinity of the main bus station located in the underground of the Wroclavia shopping centre. One of the few railway stations in Poland that has a platform hall.

National Music Forum

One of the largest and concert venues in Europe located in Wrocław and the name of the cultural institution established in 2014.

University of Wroclaw

One of the eighteen state classical universities in Poland, based in Wrocław, educating in the humanities and sciences. It was originally founded in 1702 as Academia Leopoldina, in 1811 merged with Viadrina University moved from Frankfurt (Oder), and in 1945 it was transformed into a Polish university.

Museum of the University of Wrocław

Academic museum collecting collections related to the history of the University of Wrocław. The museum was established on August 6, 1992, as a result of the transformation of the Museum Collections Department of the Archives of the University of Wrocław into an independent university-wide unit.

Wroclaw Airport

Wrocław Airport im. Mikołaj Kopernik. (official English name: Copernicus Airport Wrocław, IATA code: WRO, ICAO code: EPWR) – an international airport located in the city of Wrocław, about 10 km west of its centre, on the Strachowice housing estate.

Centennial Hall

Spectacle and sports hall in Wrocław, on Zalesie, in Szczytnicki Park, expressionist, built in 1911-1913 according to the design of Max Berg. In 2006, the hall was recognised as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

The Odra River

In terms of total length, it is the second (after the Vistula) river of Poland. Taking into account only part of it within the borders of Poland, it is the third river in terms of length (after its tributary – Warta).

Panorama Racławicka

A branch of the National Museum in Wrocław, founded in 1893 in Lviv[2], since 1980 in Wrocław; exhibits a cycloramic painting Battle of Racławice painted in 1893 to 1894 by a team of painters under the direction of Jan Styka and Wojciech Kossak.

Botanical Garden of the University of Wrocław

A place of refreshment, during the first day of the Symposium, which has over 200 years of history. It is called a place of beauty and peace in the centre of Wroclaw. It is located near the pearls of Gothic sacred architecture of Ostrów Tumski. It delights visitors with a valuable collection of plants from […]

Museum of the University of Wrocław

Academic museum collecting collections related to the history of the University of Wrocław. The museum was established on August 6, 1992, as a result of the transformation of the Museum Collections Department of the Archives of the University of Wrocław into an independent university-wide unit.

Africarium

Oceanarium presenting aquatic ecosystems (marine and freshwater) and terrestrial fauna of Africa in the Zoological Garden in Wrocław. The complex was opened on October 26, 2014[1] – it is the first facility of this type in Poland.

Wroclaw Airport

Wrocław Airport im. Mikołaj Kopernik. (official English name: Copernicus Airport Wrocław, IATA code: WRO, ICAO code: EPWR) – an international airport located in the city of Wrocław, about 10 km west of its centre, on the Strachowice housing estate.

Wroclaw Market Square

Mediaeval market square in Wrocław, now the central part of the pedestrian zone. One of the largest Old Town markets in Europe, with the largest town halls in Poland, covers the entire area of the square with all the architectural elements located in its area and the buildings surrounding the square from four sides.

Centennial Hall

Spectacle and sports hall in Wrocław, on Zalesie, in Szczytnicki Park, expressionist, built in 1911-1913 according to the design of Max Berg. In 2006, the hall was recognised as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

The main railway station

The largest of the personal railway stations in Wrocław, located on the border of the Przedmieście Świdnickie and Huby housing estates, in the vicinity of the main bus station located in the underground of the Wroclavia shopping centre. One of the few railway stations in Poland that has a platform hall.

The Odra River

In terms of total length, it is the second (after the Vistula) river of Poland. Taking into account only part of it within the borders of Poland, it is the third river in terms of length (after its tributary – Warta).

National Music Forum

One of the largest and concert venues in Europe located in Wrocław and the name of the cultural institution established in 2014.

Panorama Racławicka

A branch of the National Museum in Wrocław, founded in 1893 in Lviv[2], since 1980 in Wrocław; exhibits a cycloramic painting Battle of Racławice painted in 1893 to 1894 by a team of painters under the direction of Jan Styka and Wojciech Kossak.

University of Wroclaw

One of the eighteen state classical universities in Poland, based in Wrocław, educating in the humanities and sciences. It was originally founded in 1702 as Academia Leopoldina, in 1811 merged with Viadrina University moved from Frankfurt (Oder), and in 1945 it was transformed into a Polish university.

Botanical Garden of the University of Wrocław

A place of refreshment, during the first day of the Symposium, which has over 200 years of history. It is called a place of beauty and peace in the centre of Wroclaw. It is located near the pearls of Gothic sacred architecture of Ostrów Tumski. It delights visitors with a valuable collection of plants from […]