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Wanderings on Poland (13a)
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  • 1. Beauty is ourentirePoland<br />
  • 2. Lower SilesianVoivodeship<br />This voivodeship is located in the southwest of the country, covers a large part of historical Silesia (Lower Silesia) and the eastern Lusatia.<br />Lower Silesia is one of the most economically developed regions of the country.<br />Wroclaw is the capital of the province - a city of over a hundred bridges and churches, <br />26 parks and many of historic sites. It is a city of young people - one third of the over 600 thousand Wroclaw residents are students of ten public and many private universities.<br />Warszawa - Teatr Wielki<br />Hala Stulecia, pergola i multimedialna fontanna<br />
  • 3. Wrocław - seen from the air <br />
  • 4. Wrocław – Old Town, surrounded by the moat<br />
  • 5. Wrocław - Cathedral Island<br />
  • 6. Church of Sts. Giles - in the vicinity of the Cathedral of Wroclaw<br />is the oldest (the first half of the thirteenth century), a full preserved building in Wroclaw<br />
  • 7. Romanesque style is also represented by the Saint Martin church,<br />in the western part of the Cathedral Island, during the war destroyed in 80%<br />
  • 8. Gothic Catedral of St John the Baptist<br />
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  • 10. ... and the GothicTown Hall<br />
  • 11. Hansel and Gretel - two twin houses on Wroclaw's Market Square<br />
  • 12. Przejście Garncarskie and Renaissance houses <br />
  • 13. Renaissance houses in the PrzejścieGarncarskie street<br />
  • 14. In a beautiful Leśnicki Park there is a baroque Leśnicki Castle<br />
  • 15. SpätgensBaroque palace, the seat of the Prussian kings since 1750<br />
  • 16. Spätgen Palace from the Baroque garden side<br />
  • 17. Wroclaw Opera House - Neo-Classicism<br />
  • 18. Secession of Wroclaw - in the Rzeznicza street<br />
  • 19. The corner of streets - Rzeznicza and St. Nicholas<br />
  • 20. Former Barasch Brothers department store<br />todayPhoenix Gallery<br />
  • 21. Historicism in architecture is represented by this building in Pilsudski street<br />
  • 22. ModernistCentennial Hal<br />
  • 23. Hala Stulecia (Centennial Hal) – built in the years 1911-1913<br />
  • 24. Wroclaws Spire - the characteristic,height of 96m, steel mast, erected in 1948 on the occasion <br />of the Exhibition Regained Territories<br />
  • 25. The interior of the Centennial Hall<br />
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  • 28. Modernist, post-war buildings of Grunwald Square<br />
  • 29. Building of Wroclaw Technical University on the Wyspianski Coast <br />
  • 30. Postmodern - Bema Center<br />
  • 31. Office building on the Lvov Eaglets square<br />
  • 32. Grunwald Center<br />
  • 33. The former and new Wroclaw<br />post-modern multiplex and historic building of the University Library<br />
  • 34. Meeting the past with the present<br />In the mirrored walls the Dominican's Gallery you can seen an flected of the church St Adalbert<br />
  • 35. Wroclaw's alleys - the by-street of St Joseph<br />
  • 36. The beautiful Ukryta street, in the background the tower building of the Faculty of Architecture, Wroclaw University of Technology<br />
  • 37. Courtyard of the Ossolineum<br />
  • 38. NiepoldaPassage<br />
  • 39. StGiles Lane<br />
  • 40. The crossing to the Kanonia street<br />
  • 41. Kanonia street<br />
  • 42. Twilight on Cathedral street<br />
  • 43. The Tumski Bridge in the fog<br />
  • 44. .. and the same bridge seen from the other side<br />
  • 45. The Grunwald Bridge<br />
  • 46. The National Museum in the moonlight<br />
  • 47. Let's see now Wroclaw fountains - here is fountain in front of the Swiebodzki station <br />
  • 48. Fountain with allegories of struggle and victory of John Paul II Square<br />
  • 49. The same fountain at night<br />
  • 50. A small but nice fountain at the Salt Square<br />
  • 51. Aquatic fantasies on the Oławskastreet<br />
  • 52. Square with a fountain at the corner of streets of Szewska and Wit Stwosz<br />
  • 53. A fountain with a swordsman - University Square<br />
  • 54. Another famous fountain - on Wroclaw Market Square <br />
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  • 56. ... and the newest, the biggest in Europe - multimedia fountain on Pergola<br />
  • 57. "Dancing fountains" on the background of the Centennial Hall<br />
  • 58. The fountain in the Pergola is one of several such projects in the world. <br />In the fountain basin, an area of about 1 ha, were placed almost 300 different types of wateryetsjets(geysers, jets foaming, dynamic, hazing, point, palm, water) and 3 nozzles fire.<br />The water is fired at a height of about 40 meters. On the water-screen with an area <br />over 700 m 2 can be viewed of art-animations, enriched by music.<br />
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  • 60. The spectacle of water and fire enrich the images cast by a projector onto the water-screen, <br />and also lights of Lasers and sounds of music. Fountain is illuminated by nearly 800<br />large and small points of light.<br />
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  • 63. Pergola around the pond with fountains<br />
  • 64. Wroclaw Pergola had become empty, the fountains fell silent, until the spring ...<br />
  • 65. the end<br />Music - F. Chopin; I Piano Concerto e-moll - romance larghetto<br />Illustrations – was copied from an accessible website<br />The presentation was made by - Anna<br />

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