Old Jewish Cemetery
This fascinating sculpture depicts a group of seven bronze pedestrians literally being swallowed into the pavement, only to re-emerge on...
Church of SS Stanislaus, Wenceslas and Dorothy
This massive Gothic affair just south of the Old Town was founded in 1351 to commemorate the meeting between Polish King Kazimierz III...
White Stork Synagogue
The partially restored White Stork Synagogue built in 1829, is a reminder that this city was once home to more than 20,000 Jews.
Housed in a modern glass and concrete building, the Polish Theatre is the major mainstream venue in town, staging classic Polish and...
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Old Jewish Cemetery information
The Old Jewish Cemetery , founded in 1856, is about 1.5km south of the train and bus stations.