Bernardine Church and Monastery – Museum of Architecture in Wroclaw

 

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A 16th-century former Bernardine church and monastery contains the Museum of Architecture. The inherent problem with any museum of architecture is that you can't really exhibit architecture. Anyway this is a decent enough place with a permanent collection of stained glass windows and stoves, and temporary exhibitions in both architecture and photography, which are more often than not worth popping in for.

The museum is housed under the impressive rafters of 16th Century Church of the Bernardine Monastery. Through many years the Museum of Architecture has become ‘the art venue’ hosting unusual cultural events. Apart from exhibitions, the Museum is well known for its theatrical performances, festivals and promotions of the latest technologies connected with architecture. Undoubtedly it is an extraordinary place for business meetings.



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