Poland III.: Wrocław

Since the 10th century Wroclaw has always been a market town. With an interesting and thrilling background, it became a Polish cultural center. Divided by River Odera, Wroclaw is the fourth biggest city in Poland. Fun fact: Nobel Prize winner Paul Ehrlich went to high school and university here.

Here are the top 10 attractions of Wroclaw:

  1. Rynek
  2. Little dwarf statues (There are 350 of them!)
  3. Old Town
  4. Town Hall
  5. National Museum
  6. Cathedral Island
  7. Cathedral of St. John the Baptist
  8. Multimedia Fountain
  9. Wroclaw University Museum
  10. Jatki

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