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Henryk Tomaszewski (1919–2001), a creator of a legendary Wrocław Pantomime Theatre, which is today known in the most remote corners of the world. He created a revolutionary method of mimes’ and dancers’ work. He was also a known gatherer of pieces of art, furniture, craft, sophisticated artifacts..

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The complex of royal residential apartments consists of six carefully restored rooms: a rococo room belonging to Frederick the Great, baroque rooms belonging to Frederick William II. In 1813, in Frederick William’s III room German history was settled. For safety reasons, during the war against Na..

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One of the most modern museum exhibitions in Poland, where the historical heritage of Wrocław meets the latest exhibition technology. The exhibition includes over 3000 objects illustrating the history of Wrocław from the early Middle Ages to the present day. There are unique and valuable objects...

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The Museum of Medallic Art is the only place in Poland specializing in gathering medallic and phaleristic exhibits. Currently, its vast collection includes around 50 thousand medals, medallions, and plaques, as well as orders, distinctions, Polish and foreign (mainly European) military decoration..

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The Exhibition is closed until further notice.

The exhibition in the Wrocław Municipal Arsenal presents various types of weapons from the earliest and more recent times, as well as military tactics used during wars.

Old Weapon

The exhibition presents weapon a..

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The exhibition occupies three floors of the Municipal Arsenal. On the basis of the collected objects and reconstructions of fragments of ancient settlements and burial sites, it presents the beginnings of the settlement in Silesia and the development of medieval towns.

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Zbigniew Horbowy – Polish artist, one of the most outstanding European glass designers, creator of his own design school, educator. He was awarded the prestigious Silesian Cultural Award of Lower Saxony, which was posthumously presented in September 2019. Of the many Silesian artists, he is one o..

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The exhibition is displayed on two floors of the gallery of the west wing of the Royal Palace in Wrocław. It is devoted to the paintings of artists educated at the Wroclaw School of Arts and Crafts (later the Academy) and artists from other regions, working in Wroclaw or the region of Lower Siles..

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The exhibition presents about 150 oil lamps from the 19th and 20th century. It is one of the largest collections of its kind in Poland.

The first kerosene lamp was created in 1853 in Lviv, invented by Ignacy Łukasiewicz in cooperation with Adam Bratkowski. On 31 July this year, it was poss..

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