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Wroclaw sightseeing

The pearl of Silesia, is criss-crossed by many tributaries and canals of the Odra River, which form the dozen islands connected by 117 bridges. The most important and the most impressive places in Wroclaw for visitors: the Market Square with townhouses creating backdrop to the impressive 16th century Gothic-Renaissance Town Hall. In neighbourhood of Market Square: Plac Solny, St. Elizabeth Church the tallest in the City, and Wroclaw University with magnificent Aula Leopoldina- the grand Baroque ceremonial hall constructed in the 18th century, full of Baroque paintings, sculpture, gold-plated stuccoes and other decorations and Mathematical Tower.
Ostrow Tumski - the oldest part of Wroclaw, where episcopate was established in year 1000 - with numerous Gothic churches, the most precious of them St John the Baptist Cathedral, founded in 1244, contains remains of the first, Romanesque church.
Panorama Racławicka - Poland's largest painting of battle scenes with a length of 120 meters by Wojciech Kossak and Jan Styka. One of the finest, most picturesque places for spending time in Wroclaw is Botanical Garden.