Around the old town

 

The Ethnographic Museum in Wroclaw


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It is ethnography's responsibility to revive cultural trends which best reflect social processes along with regional and ethnic differences. At the same time ethnography plays essential role in the territories marked with people's relocations and...

The Wroclaw Philharmonic


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Lovers of classical music have probably already heard of the Wroclaw Philharmonic Orchestra, which has been delighting audiences for over fifty years since the end of the Second World War. As well as entertaining the masses in its very own concert hall,...

The University of Wroclaw


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The University of Wroclaw was established by Jesuits in 1702 as the Leopoldina Academy. One of nine Polish universities, it is generally regarded today as the third, behind Warsaw and Cracow, most important institution of higher education in...

Panorama of the Battle of Raclawice in Wroclaw


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Panorama of the Battle of Raclawice in Wroclaw, an impressive relic of 19th-century century mass culture, is one of only few examples of this genre preserved in Europe. The large painting (15x114m) 'transfers' the viewer into an altogether different...