Monument to the Victims of June 1956
Museum of Poznań June 1956
Within the grand neo-Romanesque Kaiserhaus , built from 1904 to 1910 for German Emperor Wilhelm II, this museum offers details of the...
Centrum Kultury Zamek
Active cultural hub located in the Kaiserhaus, hosting cinema, art and music events.
Short for Wielkopolska Zagroda (Wielkopolskan Farm), the W-Z takes its rustic theme to the limit – the building contains a re-creation...
Monument to the Victims of June 1956 information
Lonely Planet review
On Plac Mickiewicza you’ll find one of Poznań’s most significant memorials, which commemorates the ill-fated workers’ protest of 1956. The monument, consisting of two 20m-tall crosses bound together, was unveiled on 28 June 1981, the 25th anniversary of the strike, at a ceremony attended by more than 100,000 people. It’s a huge, evocative landmark, similar to the Monument to the Fallen Shipyard Workers in Gdańsk.