No one interested in Egyptian archaeology can miss out this museum. It displays a fantastic collection of pharaonic artefacts.
The National Museum in Poznań, Poland, abbreviated MNP, is a state-owned cultural institution and one of the largest museums in Poland.
The Church of St. Adalbert or the Church of St. Wojciech in Poznań, Poland, was constructed in the 15th century.
Gothic cathedral that was badly damaged during the WWII. It took 11 years to rebuild this dominant of the Tumski island.
Działyński Palace in Poznań, Poland is a Baroque palace built in 1773 - 1776.
Grand Theatre, Poznań is a neoclassical opera house located in Poznań, Poland. It is named after famous Polish composer Stanisław Moniuszko.
Museum of Applied Arts in Poznań is a branch of the National Museum in Poznań, art museum opened in 1965 as the Museum of Arts and Crafts.
The Pranger of Poznań is found near the north-east corner of the Town Hall, not far from the Prozerpina Fountain.
The Archcathedral Basilica of St. Peter and St.
The Municipal Stadium in Poznań, sometimes called Bułgarska Street Stadium after the road it is situated on, or INEA Stadion for…
Poznań Goats is one of the tourist attractions of Poznań. The mechanical goats' butting display takes place every day at 12:00 on the tower…
Shopping, Arts and Business Center "Stary Browar" - the center of commerce and art, built in November 2003, located in the center of Poznań…
The Church of Saint John of Jerusalem outside the walls is a Roman Catholic parish church in the city of Poznań in western Poland.
Fort Winiary was part of Festung Posen, a system of defensive fortifications around the Polish city of Poznań.
The Raczyński Library is a public library founded by Count Edward Raczyński in Poznań.
University of the Arts Poznan Poznań is one of the major fine-art academies in Poland.
Magdalena Abakanowicz University of the Arts Poznan Poznań is one of the major fine-art academies in Poland.
TVP3 Poznań is one of the regional branches of the TVP, Poland's public television broadcaster.
Unique model of the city that is more like some puppet show - it shows the history of Poznan in an interactive way.
Stadion Edmunda Szyca is a ruined multi-purpose stadium in Poznań, Poland, named after Edmund Szyc, one of founders of Warta Poznań.